Impact of agricultural practices on veterinary pharmaceutical occurrence in superficial waters

Abstract : Diffuse contamination of surface water by veterinary pharmaceuticals (VP) has been poorly studied in intensive breeding context. Recycling animal waste on soil is supported to fertilize crops and reduce utilization of mineral fertilizer but may have some environmental impact by recycling pollutants on soils and transferring pollutants from soils to rivers. Most of pharmaceuticals are consumed indifferently by human and animal, especially antibiotics. This study aims to quantify veterinary pharmaceuticals (VP) in superficial water in two agricultural catchments. One is dedicated to the production of drinkable water. Agriculture but also waste water treatment plant may contribute to the contamination of water and it is difficult to distinguish animal versus human source of contamination.
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Anne Jaffrézic, Annie Soulier, Lucie Carrera, Barbara Le Bot, Emilie Jardé. Impact of agricultural practices on veterinary pharmaceutical occurrence in superficial waters. 1ere conférence internationale sur l’évaluation des risques des résidus de médicament dans l’environnement, Sep 2016, Paris, France. ⟨insu-01473619⟩

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