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The ground we walk on contains an entire ecosystem of organisms essential to life on earth, ranging from bacteria to earthworms.  Understanding the potential impact on soil-dwelling organisms is critical considering contaminants may move to non-target areas or be directly applied (such as manure or biosolid applications). The factors influencing chemical concentrations in soil may vary over geographic space, spanning many soil types and weather regimes, as well as human factors such as veterinary pharmaceutical usage and human waste disposal methods. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) incorporating these factors can be linked to soil fate models to provide the information needed for sound decision making.

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