Development of the TOXSWA model for predicting the behaviour of pesticides in surface water; proceedings of a workshop, held on November 8, 1994 at Wageningen, The Netherlands

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    Abstract

    In an international workshop the state of the art of the aquatic fate model TOXSWA was presented. This report gives an account of the presentations and discussions of the workshop. Model concepts of TOXSWA are explained and preliminary results of the sensitivity analysis are given. Next, the TOXSWA model is compared with the existing SLOOT.BOX model. The leaching model TRANSOL and the spray drift model IDEFICS are presented. They describe two possible entry routes and can be used to generate input data for TOXSWA. Finally, future applications of the TOXSWA model are discussed.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherDLO-SC
    Number of pages86
    Publication statusPublished - 1995

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    No.105

    Keywords

    • air
    • air pollution
    • canals
    • hygiene
    • leaching
    • models
    • persistence
    • pesticide residues
    • pesticides
    • plant protection
    • research
    • rivers
    • soil
    • streams
    • surface water
    • water
    • water pollution
    • water quality

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