The fate of agro-chemicals in the land-water interface, with reference to Jamaica and the wider Caribbean.

Abstract

Agro-chemical pollution in Jamaica is largely non-point source in nature, hence it is very difficult to measure and research. Pesticide contamination has been detected in river and estuarine shrimp and is believed to potentially have a significant impact on the reproductive health of fish. Little or no studies in Jamaica have been conducted on the bioaccumulation of pesticides in the food chain.

Citation

Edwards, P. (2001) The fate of agro-chemicals in the land-water interface, with reference to Jamaica and the wider Caribbean. Project report No 5. Jamaica: Centre for Marine Studies, UWI. 33 pp.

The fate of agro-chemicals in the land-water interface, with reference to Jamaica and the wider Caribbean.

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