141 Poster and 5 Minute Rapid--Environmental Fate, Transport, and Monitoring of Pesticides Poster (includes student competition)

Oral Session
SSSA Division: Soils and Environmental Quality
Understanding the environmental fate and transport of pesticides is critical to prediction and assessment of the potential for non-target organism exposures and evaluation of environmental and human health risk. This session will discuss improvements in the knowledge base for evaluating pesticide degradation patterns and pathways, partitioning with soils, sediments, and aquifer materials, dissipation patterns via aerial and land transport, and improvements in environmental fate data collection for exposure modeling.

Approved for 0.5 SW CEUs

Monday, November 7, 2016: 3:20 PM-3:50 PM
Phoenix Convention Center North, Room 131 B

Sharon K. Papiernik , Michael Barrett and Matthew Polizzotto
Sharon K. Papiernik and Michael Barrett
3:20 PM
Introductory Remarks
3:25 PM
Exploring the Reactivity of Manganese Oxides with Pyrethroid Insecticides.
Owen W. Duckworth, North Carolina State University; Benjamin Uster, NC State University; Joshua Henson, NC State University; James Harrington, Research Triangle Institute
3:30 PM
Transport and Fate of a Neonicotinoid Pesticide from Corn Seed Coatings.
Jesse Radolinski, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Junxue Wu, Virginia Polytechnic and State University; Kang Xia, Virginia Tech; Ryan Stewart, Virginia Tech
3:35 PM
The Impact of Soil Characteristics and Land Use on Atrazine Sorption: A Meta-Analysis Approach.
Ling Ou, North Carolina State University; Travis W Gannon, North Carolina State University; Matthew Polizzotto, North Carolina State University
3:40 PM
Pesticides Sorption Kinetics, Equilibria, and Column Transport Using Fertilizer Mixtures Applied to Soils from Florida and Nigeria.
Jorge A. Leiva, University of Florida; Nasiru M. Danmowa, University of Florida; Peter Nkedi-Kizza, University of Florida; Kelly T. Morgan, University of Florida; James W. Jawitz, University of Florida; Patrick Christopher Wilson, University of Florida
3:45 PM
Panel Discussion
3:50 PM