Topic 2; Movement and interaction of nitrates and pesticides in the vegetation cover-soil groundwater-rock system

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Authors:Alföldi, László
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Orsz. Vizugui Hivatal, Budapest, Hungary
Volume Title:Environmental Geology (New York)
Source:Environmental Geology (New York), 5(1), p.19-25. Publisher: Springer International, Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany. ISSN: 0099-0094
Publication Date:1983
Note:In English. Review of current research reported at the International Hydrological Programme symposium held in Prague, 1982. 9 refs.; illus. incl. 2 tables
Summary:Organic and inorganic materials brought into the soil by intensive agricultural activities are decomposed in the soil zone by chemical and biochemical effects and redox processes, and will enter into the infiltration process in the form of dissolved ions. Water movement in the unsaturated and saturated infiltration zone is subject to the laws of hydrology, but the changes of dissolved material content are controlled by chemical and biochemical effects also subject to changes in the transport processes. (Authors' abstract)
Subjects:Agriculture; Critical review; Ground water; Movement; Nitrate ion; Pesticides; Pollution; Processes; Soils; Vegetation; Water regimes; Dispersion
Record ID:1984034018
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes data from Mineralogical Abstracts, United Kingdom, Twickenham, United Kingdom
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