Antibiotics and Hormones: Occurrence in Water, Fate and Transport, and Best Management Practices

Animal Manure Management August 24, 2011 Print Friendly and PDF


This presentation focused on how (and how often) antibiotics and hormones contaminate water and best management practices to prevent their movement to water bodies. This was the second in a two-part series ( Go to Part 1) The presenters are: Linda Lee, Purdue University; Keith Loftin, US Geological Survey; and Jessica Davis, Colorado State University. This presentation was originally broadcast on April 25, 2008. More...

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  • Fate and Transport of Pharmaceuticals, Linda Lee, Purdue University (23 minutes). Power Point Slides | Streamed videoTo view the streamed video, click on the link and drag the time slider (bottom of the screen) to 6:24.
  • Occurrence of Pharmaceuticals in Water, Keith Loftin, US Geological Survey (15 minutes). Power Point Slides | Streamed video To view the streamed video, click on the link and drag the time slider (bottom of the screen) to 29:50.
  • Best Management Practices for Pharmaceuticals, Jessica Davis, Colorado State University (13 minutes). Power point slides | Streamed video To view the streamed video, click on the link and drag the time slider (bottom of the screen) to 45:18.
  • Question and Answer segment (13 minutes). Streamed video To view the streamed video, click on the link and drag the time slider (bottom of the screen) to 58:38.

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