Degradation of glyphosate in a Colombian soil is influenced by temperature, total organic carbon content and pH

Angelica M. Muskus, Martin Krauss, Anja Miltner, Ute Hamer, Karolina M. Nowak

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    Abstract

    Temperature controlled mineralization and extractable glyphosate, whereas total organic carbon and pH influenced formation of xenobiotic and biogenic non-extractable residues.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number113767
    JournalEnvironmental Pollution
    Volume259
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Apr 2020

    Bibliographical note

    Funding Information:
    The authors thank the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ and the German Research Council (DFG, NO 980/3-1 ) for supporting the research. COLCIENCIAS Foundation is acknowledged for funding the fellowship of A. Muskus. We also appreciate the valuable assistance of Ursula Günther, Steffen Kümmel and Matthias Gehre (UFZ, Dept. Isotope Biogeochemistry) in compound-specific isotope analysis. The authors are also grateful to Dr. Cindy Weidauer and Dr. Hubert Schupke (UFZ, Dept. Effect-Directed Analysis) for helping with the analysis of glyphosate and AMPA. We acknowledge the local municipality of Piedecuesta and in particular Mr. Jairo Robayo, the students Paula Güiza and Alejandra Rojas from the environmental Engineering Faculty of the UPB in Bucaramanga for their help with the soil sampling. Appendix A

    Funding Information:
    The authors thank the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ and the German Research Council (DFG, NO 980/3-1) for supporting the research. COLCIENCIAS Foundation is acknowledged for funding the fellowship of A. Muskus. We also appreciate the valuable assistance of Ursula G?nther, Steffen K?mmel and Matthias Gehre (UFZ, Dept. Isotope Biogeochemistry) in compound-specific isotope analysis. The authors are also grateful to Dr. Cindy Weidauer and Dr. Hubert Schupke (UFZ, Dept. Effect-Directed Analysis) for helping with the analysis of glyphosate and AMPA. We acknowledge the local municipality of Piedecuesta and in particular Mr. Jairo Robayo, the students Paula G?iza and Alejandra Rojas from the environmental Engineering Faculty of the UPB in Bucaramanga for their help with the soil sampling.

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    Keywords

    • C and N mass balance
    • Biogenic NER
    • Degradation pathway
    • Glyphosate
    • Tropical soil

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