HERBICIDES IN WATER

    Bibliography Number 72-14
            Prepared by
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    Technical Services Division
   Office of Pesticides Programs
  Environmental Protection Agency
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         February 22, 1972

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Aly, 0. M.
   Studies on the physical, chemical and biological factors
affecting the persistence of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic-acid
in natural waters.
Diss. Abs. 25(3):1522, Sept. 1964.

Aly, 0. M., and Faust, S. D.
   Studies on the fate of 2,4-D and ester derivatives in
natural surface waters.
J. Agric. Food Chem. 12(6) :541-46, 1964.

Avraman, F. V.
   Maximum permissible concentration of "prometrin" in
bodies of water.
Gig. i Sanit.--Hyg. Sanit. (Translation) 33(2):163-67, 1968.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 2(4):110, (Abst. No. 69-0373), April 1969).

Bailey, G. W., et al.
   The degradation kinetics of an ester of Silvex and the
persistence of silvex in water and sediment.
Weed Sci. 18(3):413-19, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:72, (Abst. No. 71-0269), 1971).

Bartley, T. R.
   Abstract of progress report on herbicide monitoring.
Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. No. 23:65-66, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:619, (Abst. No. 71-2383), 1971).

Bartley, T. R., and Hattrup, A. R.
   2,4-D contamination and persistence in irrigation water.
Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. No. 23:10-33, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:619, (Abst. No. 71-2382), 1971).

Buryi, V. S., et al.
   An attempt at evaluating the conditions for the use of
herbicides in rice culture.
Gigiena i Sanit. 35(5) :98, 1970 (RUS).
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:255, (Abst. No. 71-0921), 1971).

Calderbank, A.
   The fate of paraquat in water.
Outlook Agr. 6(3):128-30, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:317, (Abst. No. 71-1143), 1971).

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Davis, E. A., and Ingebo, P. A.
   Fenuron contamination of stream water from a chaparral
watershed in Arizona.
Res. Progr. Rep. West. Soc. Weed Sci. 22-23, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:620, (Abst. No. 71-2385), 1971).

Davis, W. A., and Rahn, E. M.
   Atrazine, trifluralin and bromacil in surface water
from selected agricultural and industrial sites.
Proc. Northeast. Weed Control Conf. 24:283, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 3:563, (Abst. No. 70-2156), 1970).

Demint, R. J., e al.
   Amitrole residues and rate of dissipation in
irrigation water.
Weed Sci. 18(4):439-42, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:188, (Abst. No. 71-0681), 1971).

Devine, J. M., and Zweig, G.
   Note on the determination of some chlorophenoxy herbicides
and their esters in water.
J. Assoc. Offic. Anal. Chemists 52(1):187-89, 1969.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 2(4):120, (Abst. No. 69-0412), April 1969).

Edwards, W. M., and Glass, B. L.
   Methoxychlor and 2,4,5-T in lysimeter percolation and
runoff water.
Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 6(1):81-84, 1971.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:313, (Abst. No. 71-1130), 1971).

Frank, P. A., et al.
   Herbicides in irrigation water following canal-bank
treatment for weed control.
Weed Sci. 18(6):687-92, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:441, (Abst. No. 71-1635), 1971).

Golovan1, D. I.
   Eksperimental'noe obosnovanie dopustimogo soderzhaniia
dianata i 2,3,6-trikhlorbenzoinoi kisloty v vodoemakh.
(Experimental basis for the permissible level of dianate
and 2,3,6-trichlorobenzoic acid in reservoirs.)
Gigiena i Sanit. 35(10):14-17, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:644, (Abst. No. 71-2486), 1971).

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Green, L. R.
   Effect of picloram and phenoxy herbicides in small
chaparral watersheds.
Res. Progr. Rep. West. Soc. Weed Sci.: 24-25, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:620, (Abst. No. 71-2386), 1971).

Grzenda, Alfred R.
   Public Health Aspects of Weed Control in Potable
Water Supplies.
Sixteenth Annual Meeting, Southern Weed Conference,
Mobile, Alabama, January 16-18, 1963.

Grzenda, A. R., e al.
   Persistence of four herbicides in pond water.
J. Amer. Water Works Assoc. 58(3) :326-32, 1966.

Harrold, L. L., and Edwards, W. M.
   Watershed studies of agricultural pollution.
Ohio Rept. Res. Develop. 55(4):85-86, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:492, (Abst. No. 71-1852), 1971).

Hass, R. H., t al.
   Occurrence and persistence of picloram in grassland
water sources.
Weed Res. ll(l):54-62, 1971.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:567, (Abst. No. 71-2142), 1971).

Kuhn, H., and Lingelbach, H.
   The contamination of drinking water by herbicides.
Zeitschr. gesamte Hygiene 10(7):433-39, 1964.

Manigold, D. B., and Schulze, J. A.
   Pesticides in selected western streams - a progress report,
Pesticides Monit. J. 3(2):124-35, 1969.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 3:63, (Abst. No. 70-0204), 1970).

Marston, R. B., t al.
   Amitrole concentrations in creek waters downstream from
an aerially sprayed watershed sub-basin.
Pesticides Monit. J. 2(3):123-28, 1968.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 2(2):38, (Abst. No. 69-0127), 1969).

Newman, J. F.
   Ecological implications of the use of paraquat and
diquat as aquatic herbicides.
Chem. Ind. (London) No. 45:1424-25, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:314, (Abst. No. 71-1132), 1971).

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Nicholson, H. Page, t al.
   Water pollution by insecticides in an agricultural river
basin.  I.  Occurrence of insecticides in river and treated
municipal water.
Limnol. Oceanography 9(3):310-17, July 1964.

Orlovskii, V. M., e_t al.
   Gigienicheskaia kharakteristika obrabotki orositel"nykh
kanalov novymi khlororganicheskimi gerbitsidami.  (The
hygienic characteristics of the treatment of irrigation
canals with new organochlorine herbicides.)
Gigiena i Sanit. 35(11):91-92, 1971 (RUS).
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:697, (Abst. No. 71-2701), 1971).

Palmova, I. V., and Galuzova, L. V.
   On the maximum permissible concentration in water of
2,4-D herbicide sodium salts and butyl esters.
Gigiena i Sanit. 28(7):11-13, 1963.

Rahn, E. M., and Davis, W. A.
   Are herbicides contaminating surface and ground water
in Delaware?
Delaware Med. J. 41:319-20, 1969.

Schwab, G. 0., et al.
   Measure pollutants in agricultural drainage.
Ohio Kept. Res. Develop. 55(4):87-89, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:493, (Abst. No. 71-1853), 1971).

Scifres, C. J., e al.
   Picloram persistence in semiarid rangeland soils and
water.
Weed Sci. 19(4):381-84, 1971.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:623, (Abst. No. 71-2397), 1971).

Sewell, W. D.
   Diquat residues in two New York lakes.
Proc. Northeast. Weed Control Conf. 24:281-82, 1970.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 3:563, (Abst. No. 70-2155), 1970).

Tolot, F., t al.
   Polyneuritis due to lindane.
Arch. Maladies Profess. Med. Trav. Securite Sociale 30(7-8):443,
1969 (French).
(ABST.:  HAPAB 3:328, (Abst. No. 70-1072), 1970).

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Walker, C. R.
   Endothal derivatives as aquatic herbicides in fishery
habitats.
Weeds 11(3):226-32, 1963.

Winston, A. W., and Ritty, P. M.
   What happens to phenoxy herbicides when applied to a
watershed area.
Proc. Northeast. Weed Control Conf. 15:396-401, 1961.

Wojtalik, T. A., et al.
   Monitoring ecological conditions associated with
wide-scale applications of DMA 2,4-D to aquatic environments.
Pesticides Monit. J. 4(4):184-203, 1971.
(ABST.:  HAPAB 4:317, (Abst. No. 71-1145), 1971).

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