Entry and Toxicity of Organic Pesticides and Copper in Vineyard Streams: Erosion Rills Jeopardise the Efficiency of Riparian Buffer Strips

Entry and Toxicity of Organic Pesticides and Copper in Vineyard Streams: Erosion Rills Jeopardise the Efficiency of Riparian Buffer Strips

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Bereswill, R., Golla, B., Streloke, M., Schulz, R. 2012. Entry and Toxicity of Organic Pesticides and Copper in Vineyard Streams: Erosion Rills Jeopardise the Efficiency of Riparian Buffer Strips. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment. Elsevier B.V. Number 146. Pages 81-92

Analysis, Erosion, Management, Mitigation, Pesticides, Riparian buffer, Streams, Water quality, Field assessment, Riparian

This study evaluated the effects of riparian buffer strip width on pesticide concentrations in streams in a vineyard-dominated region of southwestern Germany. The authors also present potential methods for mitigating the effects of pesticides, including implementing grass field paths, vegetated ditches, and/or wetlands in addition to riparian buffer strips.

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