Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements in Coal and Coal Combustion Byproducts

Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements in Coal and Coal Combustion Byproducts

by Kenneth S. Sajwan
     
 

ISBN-10: 0306462885

ISBN-13: 9780306462887

Pub. Date: 01/28/2000

Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corporation

The research papers in this book present current knowledge of the sources, pathways, behavior, and effects of trace elements in soils, waters, plants, and animals. It is of interest to a variety of readers, including public health and environmental professionals, consultants, and academicians.

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The research papers in this book present current knowledge of the sources, pathways, behavior, and effects of trace elements in soils, waters, plants, and animals. It is of interest to a variety of readers, including public health and environmental professionals, consultants, and academicians.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780306462887
Publisher:
Plenum Publishing Corporation
Publication date:
01/28/2000
Pages:
359
Product dimensions:
6.48(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.95(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction. 1. Coal Combustion Product (CCP) Production and Use: Survey Results; B.R. Stewart. Environmental Effects from Power Plants. 2. Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Residue: Potential Applications and Environmental Issues; T. Punshon, et al. 3. Environmental Aspects of Power Plants Fly Ash Utilization in Deep Coal Mine Workings; I. Twardowska. 4. Coal Ash From Thermal Power Plants in Finland: A Review; A.K. Mukherjee, R. Kikuchi. 5. Environmental Behavior of Power Plants Fly Ash Containing Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Solids Untilized in Deep Coal Mines; I. Twardowska. Trace Elements in Size-Density Fractionated Fly Ashes and Ash Utilization. 6. Trace Elements in Indian Coal and Coal Fly Ash; M.P. Khandekar, et al. 7. Concentrations and Distribution of Major and Selected Trace Elements in Size-Density Fractionated Fly Ashes; S.V. Mattigod, et al. 8. Coal Fly Ash Chemistry and Carbon Dioxide Infusion Process to Enhance its Utilization; K.J. Reddy. 9. Evaluation of Coal Combustion Products as Components in Disturbed Land Reclamation by the Baker Soil Test; D.E. Baker, et al. 10. The Revival of a Failed Constructed Wetland Treating a High Fe Load AMD; A.D. Karathanasis, C.D. Barton. Transport and Leachability of Metals from Coal and Ash Piles. 11. Leaching of metals from Soils Amended With Fly Ash and Organic By-Products; A.K. Alva, et al. 12. Effect of Fly Ash and Sewage Sludge Amendments on Transport of Metals in Different Soils; A.K. Alva, et al. 13. The Use of Cyclonic Ashes of Fluidized Bed Burning of Coal Mine Refuse for Long-Term Immobilization of Metals in Soil; J. Vangronsveld, et al. 14. Impact of Coal Pile Leachate and Fly Ash on Soil and Groundwater; G.S. Ghuman, et al. 15. Contaminant Mobility in Soil Columns Amended with Fly Ash and Flue Gas Desulfirization Gypsum; C.F. Ishak, et al. Use of Coal Ash for Plant Growth. 16. Nickel, Lead, Cadmium, and Chromium Concentrations in Shoots of Maize Grown in Acidic Soil Amended with Coal Combustion By-products; R.B. Clark, et al. 17. Fly Ash-Borne Arsenic in the Soil-Plant Syatem; M.E. Summer, S. Dudka. 18. Effect of Rock Phosphate on Arsenic Uptake from Fly Ash Treated Mine Soil; D.K. Bhumbla, et al. 19. Citrus Tree Growth and Fruit Production Response to Flue-Gas Desulfurization Gypsum; A.K. Alva, et al. 20. A Review of Selenium Uptake, Transformation, and Accumulation by Plants with Particular Reference to Coal Fly Ash Landfills; P.B. Woodbury, et al.

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