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Survey of pesticide distribution in upper Jordan Basin
Year:
2000
Source of publication :
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution
Authors :
מינגלגרין, אורי
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Volume :
119
Co-Authors:
Bar-Ilan, I.
Shmerkin, S.
Mingelgrin, U.
Levanon, D.
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From page:
139
To page:
156
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Total pages:
18
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Abstract:
A survey was conducted of pesticide distribution in the water of the upper Jordan basin, due to the importance of its quality as the main source of drinking water in Israel. A preliminary survey of pesticide distributers and farmers revealed intensive use of many pesticides in agriculture. Four of these were selected as targets for monitoring in the surface water of the region, at seven sampling stations. The highest residue found was of aldicarb and its metabolites, with lower content of organophosphate and organochlorine insecticides. No concentrations reached the maximum levels permitted by the EPA for drinking water, but recommendations were made, nonetheless, for continuous monitoring of pesticides in the region. Subsequent monitoring (1993-1997) showed a steady decrease in aldicarb residues.
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Agriculture
drinking water
environmental protection
herbicides
insecticides
Israel
monitoring
pest control
surface water
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Publication Type:
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Language:
אנגלית
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23678
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A survey was conducted of pesticide distribution in the water of the upper Jordan basin, due to the importance of its quality as the main source of drinking water in Israel. A preliminary survey of pesticide distributers and farmers revealed intensive use of many pesticides in agriculture. Four of these were selected as targets for monitoring in the surface water of the region, at seven sampling stations. The highest residue found was of aldicarb and its metabolites, with lower content of organophosphate and organochlorine insecticides. No concentrations reached the maximum levels permitted by the EPA for drinking water, but recommendations were made, nonetheless, for continuous monitoring of pesticides in the region. Subsequent monitoring (1993-1997) showed a steady decrease in aldicarb residues.
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