Estimation of parameters for modeling the behavior of selected pesticides and orthophosphate
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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Athens, GA, Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Pesticides -- Biodegradation.,
  • Pesticides -- Environmental aspects -- United States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementP.S.C. Rao, V.E. Berkheiser, and L.T. Ou.
ContributionsBerkheiser, V. E., Ou, L. T., Environmental Research Laboratory (Athens, Ga.)
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15306605M

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, Estimation of parameters for modeling the behavior of selected pesticides and orthophosphate [microform] / P.S.C. Rao, V.E. Berkheiser, and L.T. Ou U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory ; Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] Athens, GA: Cincinnati, OH. Wikipedia Citation. Rao PSC, Burkhesiser VE, Ou LT () Estimation of parameters for modeling behavior of selected pesticides and orthophosphate. US Environmental Protection Agency Rep No EPA/, pp. Google ScholarCited by: In: Estimation of Parameters for Modeling the Behavior of Selected Pesticides and Orthophosphate. EPA Ecological Research Series, # EPA/, USEPA, Athens, GA. Edited by P. S. C. Rao, V. E. Berkheiser and L. T. Ou). Pages In Japan, while experimental data for the dissipation behavior of paddy pesticides under a standardized test system are available, the application of a mathematical model is limited. This paper proposes a new model calibration procedure for inversely deriving the model parameters from the experimental data.

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The book brings together many different aspects of environmental fate modelling of pesticides comprising such diverse subjects as, e.g., compartment theory, nonlinear biological degradation models, modelling toxicity, parameter identification, coupling of physical and biological processes, pedotransfer functions, translation of models across. Adjustment of parameter values to allow for acclimation and other modifying factors has been examined. The performance of the model has been compared with published LCexposure curves and experimental evidence of the response of fish to varying ammonia concentrations. Request PDF | Development of Optical Sensor Strips for Point-of-Care Testing for Pesticide | Disposable or point-of-care sensors are a promising tool for low-cost and rapid sensing of analytes. The term parameter estimation refers to the process of using sample data (in reliability engineering, usually times-to-failure or success data) to estimate the parameters of the selected distribution. Several parameter estimation methods are available. This section presents an overview of the available methods used in life data analysis.