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View Resource How Contaminants Reach Groundwater

This Florida Cooperative Extension Service/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences website describes the processes that are involved in the movement of contaminants through the soil zone,...
View Resource Pesticide Active Ingredient Information

This searchable website provides pesticide profiles, including the Extoxnet Pesticide Information Profiles as well as information taken from other sources, such as the EPA and the Federal Register. ...
View Resource Congressional Research Service Reports: Pesticides

National Council for Science & the Environment Library provides related links to foundations, careers & jobs, meetings & conferences, research, laws & treaties, journals & other news sources, some...
View Resource Pesticides in Water and Suspended Sediment of the Alamo and New Rivers, Imperial Valley/Salton Sea Basin, California, 2006-2007

Water and suspended-sediment samples were collected at eight sites on the Alamo and New Rivers in the Imperial Valley/Salton Sea Basin of California and analyzed for both current-use and...
View Resource Environmental Contamination and Public Health: The Kilauea Story

In the last century, sugar plantations blanketed the Hawaiian Islands from Hilo to Lihue. Today, just a single plantation remains in operation. Yet many of these plantations leave behind a hidden...
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