AGROMonday, August 17, 2009

1:15 PM-4:40 PM Renaissance Washington -- Renaissance West A, Oral
Lawrence A. Burns Memorial Symposium on Advances in Environmental Modeling of Pesticides
Organizers:Tharacad S. Ramanarayanan
Ronald D. Parker
1:15 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:25 PMA new PRZM algorithm for predicting biphasic degradation of pesticide in soil using coupled time-dependent sorption and degradation kinetics: Model theory and conceptualization
Wenlin Chen, Mark Cheplick
1:45 PMIncorporating effect of vegetative filter strip in pesticide aquatic exposure assessment
George J. Sabbagh, Garey Fox, Rafael Munoz-Carpena, Mark Lenz
2:05 PMModeling pesticide total residues of toxicological concern
Mohammed Ruhman, James Hetrick, R. David Jones
2:25 PMComparison of aquatic exposure assessment models for pesticide use on rice
Amy M. Ritter, W. Martin Williams, Jane Tang, Tharacad S. Ramanarayanan, Dean Desmarteau, Stephen Anderson
2:45 PMCumulative tracking of pesticide drift in New Zealand
Andrew J Hewitt, Robert J Connell, Jerzy A Zabkiewicz, Elizabeth Post
3:05 PMCoffee Break
3:20 PMDevelopment and application of a minimal calibration approach for watershed-scale modeling of pesticides with SWAT
Michael F. Winchell, Raghavan Srinivasan, Natalia Peranginangin
3:40 PMLessons learned from an exercise to evaluate watershed-scale pesticide fate and transport models
Michael Barrett, Ronald D. Parker
4:00 PMPRZM version 4.2 calibration, geospatial extrapolation, and model output query tool
Tammara L. Estes, Wenlin Chen, Michael F. Winchell, Barbara Patterson, Adrian M. Wadley, Cecil Dharmasri
4:20 PMIs the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's pesticide aquatic risk assessment process protective?
W. Martin Williams, Paul Hendley, Scott H. Jackson, Amy M. Ritter, J. Mark Cheplick, Chris M. Holmes

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