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Passive Sampling as a Tool to Assess Atmospheric Pesticide Contamination Related to Vineyard Land Use
The massive use of pesticides in agriculture has led to widespread contamination of the environment, particularly the atmospheric compartment. Thirty-six pesticides, most used in viticulture, were monitored in ambient air using polyurethane foams as passive air samplers (PUF-PAS). Spatiotemporal data were collected from the samplers for 10 months (February–December 2013), using two different sampling times (1 and 2 months) at two different sites in a chateau vineyard in Gironde (France). Adoi:10.3390/atmos13040504 fatcat:y6l2tvwmyfd5bk5scnhffmgmcu