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Title: Soil and Water Pollution in a Banana Production Region in Tropical Mexico
Keywords: Soil and water pollution
Issue Date: 24-Aug-2010
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Bull Environ Contam Toxicol (2010) 85:407–413
Abstract: The effects of abundant Mancozeb (Mn, Zn— bisdithiocarbamate) applications (2.5 kg ha-1week-1 for 10 years) on soil and surface-, subsurface- and groundwater pollution were monitored in a banana production region of tropical Mexico. In soils, severe manganese accumulation was observed, wheras the main metabolite ethylenethiourea was near the detection limit. Surface and subsurface water was highly polluted with ethylenethiourea, the main metabolite of Mancozeb (22.5 and 4.3 lg L-1, respectively), but not with manganese. In deep ground water, no ethylenethiourea was detected. The level of pollution in the region presents a
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/52
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