POCIS evidence Yaoundé’s rivers pesticides contamination.

Abstract : Yaoundé’s freshwater supply is crucial to the local population and to the production of crops in its humid lowlands [1]. However, contribution of agricultural activities on water pollution is likely to occur but has never been documented in Yaoundé. Thus, in situ physico-chemical measurements, passive (POCIS) and grab sampling [2][3] was deployed to monitor contamination from 32 polar pesticides in urban and peri-urban tropical watershed.
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Perrine Branchet, Emmanuelle Cadot, David Sebag, Hélène Fenet, Benjamin Ngounou Ngatcha, et al.. POCIS evidence Yaoundé’s rivers pesticides contamination.. Goldschmidt 2017, Aug 2017, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02112480⟩

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