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Potential risks of pesticide degradates to aquatic life

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Alistair Boxall, C. Sinclair, and Dana W. Koplin, 2006, Potential risks of pesticide degradates to aquatic life: U.S. Geological Survey.

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Recent advances in analytical methodology and greater access to analytical standards have led to the detection of degradates from a wide variety of pesticides and other compounds in surface water, ground water, precipitation, air, and sediment (Boxall and others, 2004). Many of these degradates are more persistent in the environment than their parent compounds, and many are more mobile, as well.

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