Bio-Geo Interactions in Metal-Contaminated Soils

Bio-Geo Interactions in Metal-Contaminated Soils

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ISBN-13: 9783642427350
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 02/23/2014
Series: Soil Biology , #31
Edition description: 2012
Pages: 426
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Contaminated Soil: Physical, Chemical and Biological Components.- Biogeosciences in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils.- The Role of Mineralogy and Geochemistry in Hazard Potential Assessment of Mining Areas.- Rare Earth Elements in Biotic and Abiotic Acidic Systems.- Geomicrobial Manganese Redox Reactions in Metal Contaminated Soil Substrates.- Natural Biomineralization in the Contaminated Sediment-Water System at the Ingurtosu Abandoned Mine.- Speciation of Uranium in Seepage Water and Pore Water of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil.- Plant microbe interaction in heavy metal contaminated soils.- Heavy Metal Resistant Streptomycetes in Soil.- Role of Mycorrhiza in Re-Forestation at Heavy Metal Contaminated Sites.- Historical Copper Spoil Heaps in Salzburg/Austria: Geology, Mining History, Aspects of Soil Chemistry and Vegetation.- Natural Vegetation, Metal Accumulation and Tolerance in Plants Growing on Heavy Metal Rich Soils.- Hyperaccummulation: a Key to Heavy Metal Bioremediation.- Nickel Hyperaccumulating plants and Alyssum bertolonii: Model Systems for Studying Biogeochemical Interactions in Serpentine Soils.- The Role of Organic Matter in the Mobility of Metals in Contaminated Catchments.- Mycorrhizal-Based Phytostabilization of Zn-Pb Tailings: Lessons from the Trzebionka Mining Works (Southern Poland).- Bioremediation of Copper, Chromium and Cadmium by Actinomycetes from Contaminated Soils.- Bioremediation and heavy metal uptake: microbial approaches at field scale.- Contributions to the Theoretical Foundations of Integrated Modeling in Biogeochemistry and their Application in Contaminated Areas.

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