An overview of the Oregon Water Quality Decision Aid (OWQDA) : a tool for assessing groundwater contamination risk from specific soil-pesticide combinations Public Deposited

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  • The Oregon Water Quality Decision Aid (OWQDA) is a first-tier screening tool that allows you to make a broad determination of the likelihood that a specific chemical, when applied to a specific Oregon soil, will move through the soil and contaminate groundwater. This determination is called the groundwater vulnerability rating.
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