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Sorption and desorption of non-ionic herbicides onto particulate organic matter from surface soils under different land uses. European Journal of Soil Science. 59:178-189.. 2008.
Selected pesticides adsorption and desorption in substrates from artificial wetland and forest buffer. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.. 2011.
Prediction of the Fate of Organic Compounds in the Environment From Their Molecular Properties: A Review. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology. 45(12):1277-1377.. 2015.
Pesticide desorption from soils facilitated by dissolved organic matter coming from composts: experimental data and modelling approach. Biogeochemistry. 106(1):117-133.. 2011.
Nature and decomposition degree of cover crops influence pesticide sorption: Quantification and modelling. Chemosphere. 119:1007-1014.. 2015.
Modeling the effect of soil structure on water flow and isoproturon dynamics in an agricultural field receiving repeated urban waste compost application. Science of The Total Environment. 499:546-559.. 2014.
Formation of pesticide nonextractable (bound) residues in soil: Magnitude, controlling factors and reversibility.. Environmental Science and Technology. 42:1845-1854.. 2008.
Epoxiconazole degradation from artificial wetland and forest buffer substrates under flooded conditions. Chemical Engineering Journal. 173(3):760-765.. 2011.
Effet d`apports de composts sur la disponibilité de micropolluants métalliques et organiques dans un sol cultivé. Étude et Gestion des Sols. 16(3):255-274.. 2009.
Comparison of three pesticide fate models with respect to the leaching of two herbicides under field conditions in an irrigated maize cropping system. Science of The Total Environment. 499:533-545.. 2014.
Availability and biodegradation of metribuzin in alluvial soils as affected by temperature and soil properties. Weed Research. 47:517-526.. 2007.
Adsorption and desorption behavior of selected pesticides as influenced by decomposition of maize mulch. Chemosphere. 91(11):1447-1455.. 2013.