Brian D. Fath
July 6, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 536 Pages - 80 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138342637 - CAT# K394382
Series: Routledge Studies in Environmental Migration, Displacement and Resettlement
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Acaricides. Adsorption. Allelochemics. Aluminum. Boron: Soil Contaminant. Cadmium and Lead: Contamination. Cadmium: Toxicology. Carbon Sequestration. Carbon: Soil Inorganic. Chromium. Cobalt and Iodine. Copper. Endocrine Disruptors. Geographic Information System (GIS): Land Use Planning. Globalization. Heavy Metals. Heavy Metals: Organic Fertilization Uptake. Herbicides. Herbicides: Non-Target Species Effects. Inorganic Carbon: Composition and Formation. Inorganic Carbon: Global Carbon Cycle. Inorganic Carbon: Modeling. Inorganic Compounds: Eco-Toxicity. Insecticides: Aerial Ultra-Low-Volume Application. Leaching. Lead: Ecotoxicology. Lead: Regulations. Mercury. Mycotoxins. Neurotoxicants: Developmental Experimental Testing. Nitrogen. Nitrogen: Biological Fixation. Nutrients: Best Management Practices. Nutrients: Bioavailability and Plant Uptake. Nutrient–Water Interactions. Persistent Organic Pesticides. Phenols. Phosphorus: Agricultural Nutrient. Phosphorus: Riverine System Transport. Pollutants: Organic and Inorganic. Pollution: Genotoxicity of Agrotoxic Compounds. Pollution: Non-Point Source. Pollution: Pesticides in Agro-Horticultural Ecosystems. Pollution: Pesticides in Natural Ecosystems. Pollution: Point and Non-Point Source Low Cost Treatment. Pollution: Point Sources. Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs). Potassium. Strontium. Sulfur. Sulfur Dioxide. Thermodynamics. Toxic Substances. Vanadium and Chromium Groups.