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The BROWSE model for predicting exposures of residents and bystanders to agricultural use of plant protection products : an overview

M Clare Butler Ellis, Jan C van de Zande, Frederik van den Berg, Marc C Kennedy, Christine M O'Sullivan, Cor M Jacobs, Georgios Fragkoulis, Pieter Spanoghe UGent, Rianda Gerritsen-Ebben, Lynn J Frewer, et al. (2017) BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING. 154. p.92-104
abstract
New models have been developed, with the aim of improving the estimate of exposure of residents and bystanders to agricultural pesticides for regulatory purposes. These are part of a larger suite of models also covering operators and workers. The population that is modelled for residents and bystanders relates to people (both adults and children) who have no association with the application (i.e. not occupational exposure) but are adjacent to the treated area during and/or after the application process. The scenarios that the models aim to describe are based on consideration of both best practice and of real practice, as shown in surveys and from expert knowledge obtained in stakeholder consultations. The work has focused on three causes of exposure identified as having potential for improvement: boom sprayers, orchard sprayers and vapour emissions.
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keyword
Spray drift, Vapour drift, Boom sprayer, Orchard sprayer, FAN ORCHARD SPRAYER, SIZED APPLE-TREES, FLOW-RATE, VOLATILIZATION, LOSSES, DEPOSITS, CROP, SYSTEM, DRIFT
journal title
BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Biosyst. Eng.
volume
154
issue title
Spray drift reduction
pages
92 - 104
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Article
Web of Science id
000394917200009
ISSN
1537-5110
DOI
10.1016/j.biosystemseng.2016.08.017
language
English
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yes
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A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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8510786
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8510786
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2017-02-22 13:53:07
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2017-10-05 07:23:02
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  abstract     = {New models have been developed, with the aim of improving the estimate of exposure of residents and bystanders to agricultural pesticides for regulatory purposes. These are part of a larger suite of models also covering operators and workers. The population that is modelled for residents and bystanders relates to people (both adults and children) who have no association with the application (i.e. not occupational exposure) but are adjacent to the treated area during and/or after the application process. The scenarios that the models aim to describe are based on consideration of both best practice and of real practice, as shown in surveys and from expert knowledge obtained in stakeholder consultations. 
The work has focused on three causes of exposure identified as having potential for improvement: boom sprayers, orchard sprayers and vapour emissions.},
  author       = {Butler Ellis, M Clare and van de Zande, Jan C and van den Berg, Frederik and Kennedy, Marc C and O'Sullivan, Christine M and Jacobs, Cor M and Fragkoulis, Georgios and Spanoghe, Pieter and Gerritsen-Ebben, Rianda and Frewer, Lynn J and Charistou, Agathi},
  issn         = {1537-5110},
  journal      = {BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING},
  keyword      = {Spray drift,Vapour drift,Boom sprayer,Orchard sprayer,FAN ORCHARD SPRAYER,SIZED APPLE-TREES,FLOW-RATE,VOLATILIZATION,LOSSES,DEPOSITS,CROP,SYSTEM,DRIFT},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {92--104},
  title        = {The BROWSE model for predicting exposures of residents and bystanders to agricultural use of plant protection products : an overview},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biosystemseng.2016.08.017},
  volume       = {154},
  year         = {2017},
}

Chicago
Butler Ellis, M Clare, Jan C van de Zande, Frederik van den Berg, Marc C Kennedy, Christine M O’Sullivan, Cor M Jacobs, Georgios Fragkoulis, et al. 2017. “The BROWSE Model for Predicting Exposures of Residents and Bystanders to Agricultural Use of Plant Protection Products : an Overview.” Biosystems Engineering 154: 92–104.
APA
Butler Ellis, M. C., van de Zande, J. C., van den Berg, F., Kennedy, M. C., O’Sullivan, C. M., Jacobs, C. M., Fragkoulis, G., et al. (2017). The BROWSE model for predicting exposures of residents and bystanders to agricultural use of plant protection products : an overview. BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING, 154, 92–104.
Vancouver
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Butler Ellis MC, van de Zande JC, van den Berg F, Kennedy MC, O’Sullivan CM, Jacobs CM, et al. The BROWSE model for predicting exposures of residents and bystanders to agricultural use of plant protection products : an overview. BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING. 2017;154:92–104.
MLA
Butler Ellis, M Clare, Jan C van de Zande, Frederik van den Berg, et al. “The BROWSE Model for Predicting Exposures of Residents and Bystanders to Agricultural Use of Plant Protection Products : an Overview.” BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING 154 (2017): 92–104. Print.