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Edgar Hiller, Maroš Sirotiak, Veronika Tatarková and Ľubomír Jurkovič

: Canadian sediment quality guidelines for the protection of aquatic life: DDT, DDE, and DDD. In: Canadian environmental quality guidelines, 1999, Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, Winnipeg. CHI J., 2009: Vertical fluxes and accumulation of organochlorine pesticides in sediments of Haihe River, Tianjin, China. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 82 , 510-515. COVACI A., GHEORGHE A., HULEA O., SCHEPENS P., 2006: Levels and distribution of organochlorine pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls and polybrominated

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Agnieszka Popenda and Maria Włodarczyk-Makuła

of DDT and its metabolites in the Międzyodrze Ecosystem, Poland, Polish J. of Environ. Stud., 18, 3, 467-474 (2009). 34. Kaley K. B., Carlisle J., Siegel D., Salinas J.: Health Concerns and Environmental Issues with PVC-Containing Building Materials in Green Buildings, Integrated Waste Management Board, California Environmental Protection Agency, USA (2006). 35. Bojakowska I., Gliwicz T.: Chlorinated Pesticides and Polychlorinated Biphenyls in River Sediments of Poland, Prz. Geol., 53, 649-655 (2005). [in Polish] 36

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Tomasz Seredyn and Robert Rowiński

International Agricultural Aviation Conference, 1959, pp. 148-157. [5] Csanady G. T.: Turbulent Diffusion in the Environment. Dordrecht, D. Reidel Publishing, 1973. [6] Elliot J. G., Wilson B. J.: The Influence of Weather on the Efficiency and Safety Pesticide Appliation. UK, Occasional Publication No. 3, Report of BCPC Res & Dev. Committe, 1983. [7] Hartley G. S.: Physics of Droplet Drift by a Wind. Cranfield, Raport of First International Agricultural Aviation Conference, 1959, pp. 142-147. [8] Kaul P., Mayer E., Gebauer S.: Direkte Abtrift von Pflanzenschutzmitteln

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Abdul Basit, Wasif Latif, Munir Ashraf, Abdur Rehman, Kashif Iqbal, Hafiz Shahzad Maqsood, Abdul Jabbar and Sajjad Ahmad Baig

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The demand of cotton is increasing but its low production rate cannot fulfill the world requirements. The increase in cotton demand has augmented the production of regenerated cellulosic fibers. Furthermore, cotton has proved to be unsustainable because of the use of huge amount of fresh water, pesticides and insecticides. The purpose of this work is to find out the suitable blend/blends of regenerated fibers so as to replace 100% cotton fabrics. Therefore, mechanical and comfort properties of Tencel fabrics blended with other regenerated cellulose fibers have been compared with 100% cotton to achieve the equivalent or even better end properties. Hence, cotton, viscose, Tencel, modal, and bamboo fibers were taken. Plain woven blended fabrics of 100% cotton and 50:50 blends of Tencel with other regenerated fibers were prepared from normal yarn count of 20 tex. The mechanical properties (warp-wise and weft-wise tensile and tear strengths, pilling, and abrasion resistance) and the comfort properties including air permeability, moisture management properties, and thermal resistance were evaluated. It is found that Tencel blended fabrics show better results than 100% cotton fabrics. Therefore, it is concluded that Tencel blended with these regenerated fabrics can be used to replace 100% cotton fabrics.

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Musliu Olushola Sunmonu, Michael Mayokun Odewole, Ibukunolowa Omotola Oyeleke, Grace Olufunke Otitodun, Mobolaji Omobowale and Moses Odunayo Ogundare

, pp. 973–976. BARITBUSA, D. – LOWENBERG-DEBOER, J. – MURDOCK, L. – MOUSSA, B. 2010. Profitable chemical-free cowpea storage technology for smallholder farmers in Africa: opportunities and challenges. In Proceedings of the 10 th International Working Conference on Stored Product Protection. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5073/jka.2010.425.340 CGIAR, 2015. A global agricultural research partnership. Available at: www.cgiar.org/ourstrategy/crop-factsheets/cowpea/ CHEGE, A. C. 2004. Cowpea productivity improvement in Africa. In Pesticides News, vol. 61, pp

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Kirill M. Gerke, Roy C. Sidle and Dirk Mallants

.A., 1992. A field study of the effects of soil and irrigation method on preferential flow of pesticides in unsaturated soil. J. Contam. Hydrol., 11, 101-125. Gödeke, S., Richnow, H.-H., Weiβ, H., Fischer, A., Vogt, C., Borsdorf, H., Schirmer, M., 2006. Multi tracer test for the implementation of enhanced in-situ bioremediation at a BTEX-contaminated megasite. J. Comtam. Hydrol., 87, 211-236. Gubareva, T.S., Gartsman, B.I., 2010. Estimating distribution parameters of extreme hydrometeorological characteristics by L-moments method. Water

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Erij Ben Slimene, Laurent Lassabatere, Jiří Šimůnek, Thierry Winiarski and Remy Gourdon

, Applications, and Environmental Considerations. Academic Press. Jarvis, N., 2007. A review of non-equilibrium water flow and solute transport in soil macropores: Principles, controlling factors and consequences for water quality. Eur. J. Soil Sci., 58, 523–546. Köhne, J.M., Köhne, S., Šimůnek, J., 2009a. A review of model applications for structured soils: a) Water flow and tracer transport. J. Contam. Hydrol., 104, 4–35. Köhne, J.M., Köhne, S., Šimůnek, J., 2009b. A review of model applications for structured soils: b) Pesticide transport. J. Contam

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Haiwen Mao, Pibo Ma and Gaoming Jiang

(7): p. 614-624. [4] Kosmider, K. and J. Scott, Polymeric nanofibres exhibit an enhanced air filtration performance. Filtration & Separation, 2002. 39(6): p. 20-22. [5] Aleksandrov, V.P., R.B. Baranova, and A.Y. Valdberg, Filter materials for bag filters with pulsed regeneration. Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, 2010. 46(1): p. 33-39. [6] Barry, J.A., Laboratory Batch Test Evaluation of Five Filter Materials for Removal of Nutrients and Pesticides from Drainage Waters. 2010. 53(1). [7] Barhate, R.S. and S. Ramakrishna, Nanofibrous filtering

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Elizabeth M. Pontedeiro, Paulo F. Heilbron, Jesus Perez-Guerrero, Jian Su and Martinus Th. van Genuchten

.Th., Wagenet, R.J., 1989. Two-site/two-region models for pesticide transport and degradation: Theoretical development and analytical solutions. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 53, 5, 1303–1310. Yu, C., Gnanapragasam, E., Biwer, B.M., Kamboi, S., Cheng, J.-J., Yuan, Klett, T., LePoire, D., Ziele, A.J., Chen, S.Y., Williams, W.A., Wallo, A., Domotor, S., Mo, T., Schwartzman, A., 2007. User’s manual for RESRADOFFSITE. Version 2. ANL/EVS/TM/07-1. Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL.

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Anton Kashkarov, Volodymyr Diordiiev, Andrii Sabo and Gennadii Novikov

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