This 5-volume set allows you to assess the health and environmental effects of chemicals by determining the routes of exposure of the chemical to sensitive organisms. Environmental Fate and Exposure of Organic Chemicals provides relevant facts on how individual chemicals behave in the environment and how humans and environmental organisms are exposed to the chemicals during their production, rise, transport, and disposal.
Each chemical is prepared by one of the best-known organizations in environmental fate and exposure and is peer-reviewed by a panel of expert scientists. The information on each chemical includes all experimental values and references for physical properties, all chemical fate studies, and all available monitoring data and interpretative summaries.
Table of Contents
VOLUME III - Pesticides: Aldicarb. Aldrin. 3-Amino S-Triazole. Atrazine. Benomyl. Captan. Carbaryl. Carbofuran. Chlordane. Chlorobenzilate. Chloropicrin. Chlorpyrifos. 2,4-D. 2,4-D, Butoxyethyl Ester. 2,4-D, Butyl Ester. 2,4-D, Dimethylamine. 2,4-D, Isooctyl Ester. 2,4-D, Isopropyl Ester. Dalapon. Diallate. Diazinon. 1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane. Dicamba. Dichlobenil. Dichlone. Dichlorvos. Dieldrin. Dimethoate. 4,6-Dinitro-O-Cresol. Dinosed. Diquat Dibromide. Disulfoton. Diuron. Endosulfan. Endothall. Endrin. EPN. Ethion. Fensulfothion. Heptachlor. Heptachlor Epoxide. Isodrin. Kelthane. Kepone. Alpha-Lindane. Lindane. Malathion. Maleic Hydrazide. Methomyl. Methoxychlor. Methyl Guthion. Methyl Parathion. Parathion. Pentachlorophenol. Pentachloronitrobenzene. Picloram. Pronamide. Propoxur. Silvex. 2,4,5-T. 2,4,5-T, N-Butyl Ester. 2,4,5-T, Isooctyl Ester. Thiram. Toxaphene. 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol. Warfarin. Zectran. Zineb. Ziram.
Irving Louis Horowitz, Andrew McIntosh, Patrick Ivins, Deborah Berger