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Global pesticide use is at present expected at nearly 2. five billion kg in line with yr (Pimentel eta/. , 1998). To be potent, insecticides have to persist for a definite time period. although, the longer their patience, the better the possibility of delivery of a fragment of the quantity utilized clear of the objective region. insecticides are dispersed within the atmosphere by means of water currents, wind, or biota. insecticides can without delay contaminate floor and floor waters by means of leaching, floor run-off and glide. insecticides may also input the ambience in the course of program through evaporation and go with the flow of small spray droplets, that stay airborne. Following program, insecticides may well volatilise from the crop or the soil. ultimately, wind erosion could cause soil debris and mud loaded with insecticides to go into the ambience. the level to which insecticides input the air compartment will depend on many components: the houses of the substance in query (e. g. vapour pressure), the volume used, the tactic of program, the formula, the elements stipulations (such as wind velocity, temperature, humidity), the character of the crop and soil features. Measurements at program websites display that typically greater than 1/2 the quantity utilized is misplaced into the ambience inside of a number of days (Spencer and Cliath, 1990; Taylor and Spencer; 1990; Van den Berg et a/. , this issue).

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Glotfelty eta/. (1990b) found atrazine and simazine to be present in the atmosphere at all times of the year, albeit the winter values were much lower than the summer values. Wu (1981) even found atrazine to be present in rainwater in Maryland in high concentrations throughout the year. This is consistent with the findings of Millet et a!. (1997), who observed roughly constant contaminant levels in both air and precipitation throughout the year in the upper Rhine Valley in France. Several other investigations revealed the presence of pesticides in air and rainwater outside the application period (Chevreuil and Garmouma, 1993; Scharf and Bachmann, 1993; Baas and Duyzer, 1997).

However, analysis of standard solutions placed at the sampling sites showed that the samples were not stable, although the sample bottles contained acid as a preservative. Therefore, it could not be ruled out that transformation products were formed in the sampler during the collection period (approximately two weeks), especially in the summer season or when rain fell at the beginning of the collection period. Felding et a/. (1999) point out that more advanced sampling equipment is needed, in which the samples are cooled during the collection period.

VAN DIJK AND R. GUICHERIT Waite eta/. (1999) tried to measure dry deposition rates of some pesticides more representatively with a new sampler, called the 'dust collector', that can collect dry (particle deposition plus gas absorption) and wet deposition separately. It consists of a moving sheet of water, which is recirculated through an absorbing resin. It simulates an open water surface, which is the natural surface that is most easily reproduced. 76 mg/ha/day, respectively, in Regina, Saskatchewan, during five weeks in May and June.

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