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  • Phytoremediation
    Organic and inorganic contaminants covered include petroleum hydrocar- bons, heavy metals /metalloids, wastewater, and nutrients.
  • Progress in Environmental Science and Engineering
    Study on Variation Trends of Heavy Metals Contents in Process of Sludge Energy Utilization .
  • Phytoremediation
    Organic and inorganic contaminants covered include BTEX, PAHs, RDX, hydrocarbons including petroleum, and heavy metals /metalloids.
  • Environmental Impacts of Metallic Elements
    The book is a thorough study of mining activities, extraction procedures, heavy metal pollution, detection, treatments and remediation methods in ex-mining areas.
  • Plant-Based Remediation Processes
    At present, there are about 420 species belonging to about 45 plant families which have been reported as hyperaccumulators of heavy metals (Cobbett 2003).
  • Advances in Environmental Technologies
    Occurrence, Distribution, and Assessment of Heavy Metals in Roadside Dusts in Universities in Beijing, China .
  • Bio-Geo Interactions in Metal-Contaminated Soils
    Since metal contamination is an increasing ecological and ecotoxicological risk, the basic understanding of processes involved in metal mobilization as well as sorption and mineralization are the key features for remediation actions in the field of heavy metal -contaminated land management.
  • The Plant Family Brassicaceae
    Considerable amounts of heavy metals can be retained in the cell walls, especially of ecto- and ericoid mycorrhizal fungi, thus limiting metal uptake by the plants.