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Emerging contaminants in agricultural systems
Emerging contaminants include antibiotics, flame retardants, and personal care products. These compounds are commonly found in low concentrations in the wastewater, biosolids, and manure used in agricultural systems as irrigation and fertilizer. Emerging contaminants enter the environment as products that go down the drain in our homes, from industrial sources, and in the manure of livestock treated with antibiotics. Although increased monitoring has identified the presence of these compounds, little is known about how emerging contaminants move through the environment, or what impacts they may have over time.
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Online ISSN: 2325-3584 | Print ISSN: 1529-9163
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