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Unpublished Paper
Atrazine and Water Quality: An Updated CEEPES Analysis
CARD Staff Reports
  • Aziz Bouzaher, Iowa State University
  • Richard Cabe, New Mexico State University
  • Jason F. Shogren, Iowa State University
  • Alicia L. Carriquiry, Iowa State University
  • Derald J. Holtkamp, Iowa State University
  • Philip W. Gassman, Iowa State University
  • David W. Archer, Iowa State University
  • P. G. Lakshminarayan, Iowa State University
  • Todd Campbell, Iowa State University
  • Qingbin Wang, Iowa State University
  • Andrew Manale, United States Environmental Protection Agency
  • Robert Taylor, Auburn University
Publication Date
12-1-1992
Series Number
92-SR 59
Abstract
Atrazine is the most widely used herbicide for corn and sorghum and the most commonly encountered in surface water and groundwater. In addition to water quality problems, atrazine poses hazards through atmospheric transport, food residues, and exposure of applicators and wildlife. It atrazine use is restricted, substitute herbicides will come into wider use, increasing the likelihood for occurrence of their own sets of potentially undesirable side effects and imposing cost or efficacy penalties.
Copyright Owner
Iowa State University
Citation Information
Aziz Bouzaher, Richard Cabe, Jason F. Shogren, Alicia L. Carriquiry, et al.. "Atrazine and Water Quality: An Updated CEEPES Analysis" (1992)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alicia_carriquiry/70/