Pesticide behaviour in soils, water and air

Ron Cooke Hub, University of York, UK

12.00 Wednesday 31st August to 14.00 Friday 2nd September 2022

Details of the conference sessions

Full programme

 

Session 1: Laboratory-scale investigations of fate in soil, water and air

Oral Sessions

O-01
Size matters: the effect of scale in chemical biodegradation studies.
Andris Grigorjevs, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

O-02
Biodegradation of metaldehyde: from elucidation of bacterial degrading genes to pilot scale removal from drinking water
Victor Castro-Gutiérrez, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica

O-03
Mechanistic explanation of biphasic dissipation kinetics by FOCUS TOXSWA
Alexander Dorn, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

O-04
Understanding the effects of formulations on the e-fate of pesticides
Reza Zolfaghari, Bayer AG, Germany

O-05
Potential removal of pesticide active ingredients by common water treatment processes
Philippe Matter, Arcadis Schweiz AG, Switzerland

Poster Sessions

P-01
Effects of the metazachlor and flufenacet on phytoplankton communities – a microcosm approach
Lishani Nisansala Wijewardene, Institute for Natural Resource Conservation, CAU Kiel, Germany

P-02
New resources and advanced prediction features in enviPath – the Environmental Contaminant Biotransformation Pathway Resource
Jörg Wicker, enviPath, Germany

P-03
Considering pH-dependent degradation and adsorption in soil for groundwater leaching assessment – a guidance under development
Janina Wöltjen, Umweltbundesamt, Germany

P-04
Use of alginate and chitosan as support in the preparation of controlled release formulations of essential oil (Ruta Graveolens L.). Biocidal properties of essential oil in the control of nematodes
Martha Isabel Paéz, Universidad del Valle, Colombia

P-05
Environmental fate of metaldehyde: Modelled vs measured
Carmel Ramwell, Fera Science Ltd, United Kingdom

P-06
Development of a Harmonized Study Design for the Measurement of a Foliar Wash-off Coefficient : Influence of Crop Type
Laurence Hand, Syngenta, United Kingdom

P-07
Movement of insecticide (chlorantraniliprole, imidacloprid, pirimicarb and thiametoxam) residues and their main reaction intermediates in soil
Carmen María Martínez, IMIDA, Spain

P-08
Degradation and sorption of the herbicide pelargonic acid in agricultural topsoils and in subsoils below railway tracks
Thomas Poiger, Agroscope, Switzerland

P-09
Sorption of three pesticides to the seaweeds Ulva lactuca and Sargassum muticum
Wim Beltman, Wageningen Environmental Research, Netherlands

P-10
Seed dressing with triazole fungicides – an additional source for 1,2,4-triazole?
Ulla E. Bollmann, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), Denmark

P-11
Remediation of soils polluted with triazole residues by ozonation technology at laboratory and field scale
Carmen María Martínez, IMIDA, Spain

 

Session 2: Field-scale investigations of fate in soil, water and air

Oral Sessions

O-06
Transport of water and pesticides through sloping vegetated filter strips on macroporous soil
Roger Holten, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Norway

O-07
Aging reduces bioaccessibility and explains persistence of triazol-fungicides accumulated in agricultural topsoil
Anders Johnsen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland(GEUS), Denmark

O-08
Long-range atmospheric transport of pesticides over Europe – a snapshot
Ludovic Mayer, RECETOX, Masaryk University, Czech Republic

O-09
Monitoring atmospheric contamination by pesticides: a single multiresidue analytical method on air and rainwater pesticide concentrations
Celine Decuq, INRAE ECOSYS, France

O-10
Pesticide Reduction using Friendly and Environmentally Controlled Technologies
Héctor Calvete-Sogo, CEAM Foundation, Spain

Poster Sessions

P-12
Biocide or pesticide as source of groundwater contaminants? – an example of two very different sources leading to a widespread contamination of the fungicidal degradation product N,N-dimethylsulfamide
Christian Albers, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), Denmark

P-13
Spatial Trends of the Level of Organ chlorine Pesticides in the Ethiopian Rift Valley Lakes Using Semipermeable Membrane Devices
Ermias Deribe Weldemariam, Kotebe Metropolitan University, Ethiopia

P-14
Monitoring groundwater in Italy – site selection strategy and validation of vulnerability using GeoPEARL and GIS overlay methods
Cecilia Mucha Hirata, FMC Corporation, USA

P-15
Triazole fungicide transformation products – are we missing something? A combined target and non-target field scale leaching study
Nora Badawi, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), Denmark

P-16
Effect of mycorrhizal fungus on thiamethoxam, azoxystrobin and fludioxonil behavior on maize rhizosphere under field conditions
Zisis Vryzas, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

P-17
Occurrences and sources of Glyphosate, glufosinate ammonium, and AMPA in groundwater of hilly vineyards
Nicoleta Suciu, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

Session 3: Landscape studies into pesticide fate and exposure

Oral Sessions

O-11
Plant protection products and their transformation products in kettle holes – temporal dynamics and influence of different input pathways
Lukas Paul Loose, Institute for Natural Resource Conservation, CAU Kiel, Germany

O-12
Temporally highly resolved in-situ monitoring of pesticide dynamics in a karst spring in the Swiss Jura reveals threshold exceedances
Johannes Schorr, Eawag, Switzerland

O-13
The overlooked pathway: Hydraulic shortcuts and their influence on pesticide transport in agricultural areas
Urs Schönenberger, Eawag, Switzerland

O-14
Aquatic risks at landscape scale – example using a case study of pyrethroid use in pome orchards in Belgium
Wim Beltman, Wageningen Environmental Research, Netherlands

O-15
A Tiered landscape level approach to derive generic dilution factors for PPPs at drinking water abstraction locations
Shanghua Li, BASF SE, Germany

O-16
Spatial distribution of pesticide concentrations in Germany calculated with Geopelmo_DE
Michael Klein, Fraunhofer IME, Germany

Poster Sessions

P-18
Evaluation of monitoring data to assess the groundwater vulnerability to pesticides
Anne-Karin Cooke, Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe, Germany

P-19
A pragmatic approach to derive greenhouse scenarios for emissions to groundwater and surface water for soil-bound cultivation in Southern Europe
Klaus Hammel, Bayer AG, Crop Science Division, Germany

P-20
High resolution exposure modelling at landscape-level – on the development of a mechanistic drift module for SWAT+
Sebastian Gebler, BASF SE, Germany

P-21
Determination of transfer factors for solute concentrations from agricultural fields to drinking water abstraction points
Robin Sur, Bayer AG, Germany

P-22
Collation and Analysis of Regulatory Field Trial Data for the Validation and Refinement of Crop Development Dates used in Pesticide Exposure Modelling and Risk Assessment
Greg Hughes, CEA, United Kingdom

P-23
Factors affecting spring pesticide spray operations in Central Sweden: Towards refining the FOCUSsw D1 scenario pesticide application timing
Greg Hughes, CEA, United Kingdom

Session 4: Innovative approaches in mathematical modelling

Oral Sessions

O-17
Synoptic determination of the plant uptake factor (TSCF) of trifluoracetic acid from soil container and field rotational crop studies by inverse modelling
Klaus Hammel, Bayer AG, Germany

O-18
Field test of the TOXSWA pesticide fate model: comparison of simulated and observed chlorpyrifos in water, sediment and macrophytes in four stagnant ditches
Paulien Adriaanse, Wageningen Environmental Research, Netherlands

O-19
Evidence for aged sorption to be used in combination with field degradation studies in regulatory assessments
Bernhard Jene, BASF SE, Germany

O-20
A comprehensive model for simulating aerial pesticide spray drift at the field scale, and its application in vineyards
Meriem Djouhri, LISAH, University of Montpellier, France

O-21
Probabilistic exposure assessment for edge-of-field watercourses next to fruit orchards and avenue tree nurseries in The Netherlands
Henk Jan Holterman, Wageningen Environmental Research, Netherlands

O-22
The Casanova Drift Model: An Arable Crop Boom Spray Drift Model
Andrew Chappell, Bayer AG, USA

Poster Sessions

P-24
Two-dimensional model for the fate of pesticides applied to potatoes: theory and application
Colin Brown, University of York, United Kingdom

P-25
Development of new objective functions to improve visual acceptability of first order kinetic optimisations to soil residue data
Edna Roedig, Syngenta, United Kingdom

P-26
Evaluating groundwater – surface water interactions using data-driven and integrated modeling approaches
Reza Zolfaghari, Bayer AG, Germany

P-27
Synoptic determination of the plant uptake factor (TSCF) of trifluoracetic acid from soil container and field rotational crop studies by inverse modelling
Klaus Hammel, Bayer AG, Germany

P-28
Improved GEM scenarios for aquatic risk assessment for plant protection products applied to soil-bound crops grown in greenhouses
Maarten Braakhekke, Wageningen Environmental Research, Netherlands

P-29
Biotransformation Pathway Data and Prediction – Current Challenges in Industrial Applications
Sebastian Schmidt, Bayer AG, Germany

P-30
SorpKinAnalysis – Implementation of a two-site aged sorption model in accordance with EFSA PPR Panel (2018)
Judith Klein, Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology IME, Germany

P-31
Determination of the plant uptake factor (TSCF) of trifluoracetic acid from field rotational crop studies by inverse modelling
Gerald Reinken, Bayer AF, Germany

P-32
A DFOP-based PRZM model to predict non-first order degradation and subsurface transport in soil and groundwater
Amy Ritter, Waterborne Environmental, Inc. USA

P-33
Development of a surface- and groundwater modelling risk assessment tool for predicting exposure from pesticides used in major crops in Norway
Roger Holten, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Norway

P-34
efam: automated modeling software for environmental risk assessment
Ronnie Juraske, Knoell Germany, Germany

P-35
Prototype of amphibian breeding pond scenario to predict pesticide exposure
Wim Beltman, Wageningen Environmental Research, Netherlands

P-36
A new approach to simplify degradation kinetics
Janina Wöltjen, Umweltbundesamt, Germany

P-37
Consideration of pH dependent adsorption and degradation in FOCUS Tier2a leaching assessments
Gerald Reinken, Bayer AG, Germany

P-38
The WUR Drift Calculator for estimating downwind deposits of spray drift
Henk Jan Holterman, Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands

P-39
FOCUS SW REPAIR – Stage 2 testing – first outcomes
Denis Weber, Exponent International Ltd., Switzerland

P-40
Initiative to Develop a Harmonised Framework for Spatially Distributed Leaching Modelling of Pesticides Status Update 2022
Gerco Hoogeweg, Waterborne Environmental Inc, USA

P-41
Holistic approach for a sustainable plant protection transition
Nicoleta Suciu, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

P-42
To what extent can European pesticide risk assessments be employed in Latin America?
Carmel Ramwell, Fera Science Ltd, United Kingdom

 

Session 5 – Mitigation and management for sustainable use of pesticides

Oral Sessions

O-23
Use of wood chips in a reactive ditch for mitigation of pesticides into receiving waters -experiences & challenges
Uta Ulrich, Kiel University, Germany

O-24
New and updated features for vegetation buffers pesticide mitigation with VFSMOD in the revised EU higher-tier SWAN tool
Rafael Muñoz-Carpena, University of Florida, USA

O-25
Parameterization of PRZM for the Mitigation of Run-off and Erosion by In-field Measures
Stephan Sittig, Knoell Germany, Germany

O-26
Use of Catchment Studies to Calibrate and Develop a Risk Map for Grower Use and Improved Stewardship for Bentazone
Richard Andrews, Ramboll UK, United Kingdom

Poster Sessions

P-43
Encapsulation and controlled release of carbofuran from chitosan microparticles for controlling nematodes in tomato crops and a way to diminish the environmental impact
Rubén Sánchez-Andica, Universidad del Valle, Colombia

P-44
Groundwater Catchment Study Findings to Contextualise the Sources of Detected Concentrations of Bentazone in Drinking Water Wells
Richard Andrews, Ramboll UK, United Kingdom

P-45
Development of an Open-Access Stewardship Risk Map to Assist Growers in Management of Bentazone
Richard Andrews, Ramboll UK, United Kingdom

P-46
Impact of a new sediment parameterization method in VFSMOD on PECsw/sed in FOCUS step4
Stephan Reichenberger, Knoell France SAS, France

P-47
Evaluation of the effectiveness of mitigation measures to reduce pesticide inputs into surface water bodies via surface runoff and erosion
Stephan Reichenberger Knoell France SAS France

P-48
Field-specific modelling and assessment of runoff mitigation in the Netherlands
Wim Beltman, Wageningen Environmental Research, Netherlands

P-49
Does redistribution of pesticide residues during soil cultivation affect subsequent transport to drains?
Lily Summerton, University of York, United Kingdom

P-50
Developing a data table tool for farmers to assess the leaching potential of pesticides under different soil and climate conditions in Norway
Roger Holten, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, NIBIO, Norway

P-51
Effect of tillage system on pesticide leaching to drains
Martha Villamizar, University of York, United Kingdom

P-52
MOBILITY OF MAIZE HERBICIDES AT FIELD SCALE: CONSERVATION VS. CONVENTIONAL AGRICULTURE
Jesús M. Marín-Benito, Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Salamanca (IRNASA-CSIC), Spain

P-53
Investigation of innovative irrigation options for the reduction of water consumptions and environmental impacts
Diego Voccia, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

P-54
Environmental Risk Assessment and identification of mitigation measures in MiMERA tool
Andrea Di Guardo, Università di Milano Bicocca, Italy

 

Session 6 – Advances in design and interpretation of pesticide monitoring

Oral Sessions

O-27
High-frequency Monitoring of pesticide dynamics to reveal the unexpected?
Daniele la Cecilia, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Eawag, Switzerland

O-28
Estimation of Annual Maximum Herbicide Concentrations from Sparse Monitoring Data with the Statistical Model SEAWAVE-QEX in a High Agricultural Intensity Catchment in Western Europe
Hendrik Rathjens, Stone Environmental, USA

O-29
Approaches for cumulative risk assessment of pesticide monitoring data
Marianne Stenrød, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO), Norway

O-30
The impact of pesticides on groundwater status in Denmark
Lærke Thorling, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), Denmark

O-31
Post registration groundwater monitoring studies – experiences and developments in Germany
Wolfram König, German Environment Agency (UBA), Germany

Poster Sessions

P-55
Contextualisation of Publicly Available Groundwater Monitoring Data for Chlorantraniliprole in the European Union
Stuart Leslie, FMC Agricultural Solutions, United Kingdom

P-56
The Challenges and Benefits of Large-Scale Multi-Country Monitoring Studies
Joseph White, Arcadis, United Kingdom

P-57
Environmental fate of glyphosate used on Swedish railways – results from environmental monitoring conducted between 2007–2010 and 2015–2019
Harald Cederlund, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

P-58
Collation and analysis of public environmental monitoring datasets for regulatory submissions
Simon Mayer, Bayer AG Crop Science Division, Germany

P-59
List of items to characterise publicly available monitoring data
Wolfram König, German Environment Agency (UBA), Germany

P-60
Using LC-Q-Orbitrap for the screening of 850 pesticides in soil, water and food of plant origin
Marit Almvik, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO), Norway

P-61
Design and construction of a calibration chamber for determining the sampling rate of pesticides for atmospheric monitoring using passive poly (ethylene-co-vinylacetate) samplers
Santiago Rivera-Alba, Universidad del Valle, Colombia

P-62
Analysis of flow and transport dynamics in field systems using the numerical model MACRO subject to different calibration methodologies
Sachin Karan, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), Denmark

P-63
Public Monitoring Data Gathering and Compilation Across the EU: A Summary of Challenges
Virginia Houck, Arcadis, US, USA

P-64
Conduct of an Intensive Surface Water Monitoring Study to Capture Potential Acaricide Run-off from Treated Citrus Groves and Vegetable and Cotton Crops in Spain
Paul Hamer, Arcadis (UK) Ltd. United Kingdom