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Phytoremediation and Innovative Strategies for Specialized Remedial Applications - 5(6)

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Title: Phytoremediation and Innovative Strategies for Specialized Remedial Applications - 5(6)
Author: Andrea; Alleman, Bruce C., Leeson
ISBN: 1574770799 / 9781574770797
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 340
Publisher: Battelle Press
Year: 1999
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Phytoremediation is a site remediation strategy whose time seems to have come in the past few years, with field implementations taking place in a host of applications. From laboratory studies on plant uptake to full-scale phytoremediation treatment strategies, this volume covers the use of plants to treat contaminants such ha hydrocarbons, metals, pesticides, perchlorate, and chlorinated solvents. In addition to the phytoremediation studies, this volume also covers specialized remediation approaches such as sequential anaerobic/aerobic in situ treatment, membrane bioreactors, and Fenton's reagent oxidation. This book is one of the eight-volume proceedings from the 1999 International Bioremediation Symposium held in San Diego, April 1999.

Foreword

Chapter 1 : Demonstration of a Sequential Anaerobic/Aerobic In Situ Treatment System at a Superfund Site
Chapter 2 : Phytoremediation and Modeling of Land Contaminated by Hydrocarbons
Chapter 3 : Degradation of Organic Contaminants in Sludge-Amended Agricultural Soil
Chapter 4 : Salt Tolerance of Woody Phreatophytes for Phytoremediation Applications
Chapter 5 : A Greenhouse-Based Test of Plant-Aided Petroleum Hydrocarbon Degradation
Chapter 6 : Using Microbial Community Structure Changes to Evaluate Phytoremediation
Chapter 7 : Growing Biomass to Stimulate Bioremediation : Technical and Economic Perspective
Chapter 8 : Phytoremediation of Creosote-Contaminated Surface Soil
Chapter 9 : Phytotoxicity and Phytoremediation Studies in Soils Polluted by Weathered Oil
Chapter 10 : Shoreline Cleaner Evaluation on a Petroleum-Impacted Wetland
Chapter 11 : Mycoremediation : A Method for Test- to Pilot-Scale Application
Chapter 12 : Selection of Ligninolytic Fungi for Biodegradation of Organopollutants
Chapter 13 : Biotreatment of hPAH-Contaminated Soils in Intermittently Mixed Batch Reactors (IMBRs)
Chapter 14 : Combined Intrinsic and Stimulated In Situ Biodegradation of Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH)
Chapter 15 : Anaerobic Bioremediation of Toxaphene-Contaminated Soil
Chapter 16 : International Activities in Phytoremediation : Industry and Market Overview
Chapter 17 : Phytoremediation of Trichloroethene (TCE) Using Cottonwood Trees
Chapter 18 : The Fate of Chlorinated Organic Pollutants in a Reed-Bed System
Chapter 19 : Agronomic Management for Phytoremediation
Chapter 20 : Conjugate Formation During the Metabolism of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene in Plant Roots
Chapter 21 : Laboratory Studies on Plant Uptake of TCE
Chapter 22 : Biodegradation of Carbon Tetrachloride by Poplar Trees : Results From Cell Culture and Field Experiments
Chapter 23 : Bioaugmentation of Poplar Roots with Amycolata sp. CB1190 to Enhance Phytoremediation of 1,4-Dioxane
Chapter 24 : Isolation, Purification, and Partial Characterization of Plant Dehalogenase-Like Activity from Waterweed (Elodea canadensis)
Chapter 25 : Phytoremediation of Organophosphorous (OP) Compounds Using Axenic Plant Tissue Cultures and Enzyme Extracts
Chapter 26 : Enhancement of Recalcitrant Compounds Biodegradation by Fenton’s Oxidation Treatment
Chapter 27 : Fate of Pathogenic Microorganisms in Soil
Chapter 28 : Field Demonstration of a Permeable Bioreactive Barrier for Leachate Control
Chapter 29 : Potential Use of Biopolymer Grouts for Liquefaction Mitigation
Chapter 30 : Solid-State Bioreactor Design for Laboratory-Scale Landfill Studies
Chapter 31 : Bioremediation Potential of Phthalate Esters in Sediments from Subarctic and Arctic Sites
Chapter 32 : Innovative In Situ Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage Using Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria for Acid Mine Drainage Control
Chapter 33 : Design and Construction of Bioreactors with Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria for Acid Mine Discharge Control
Chapter 34 : Use of Bioactivation and Bioaugmentation Techniques for Treating Acidic Metal-Rich Drainage
Chapter 35 : Design, Construction, and Operation of a 1,200-GPM Passive Bioreactor for Metal Mine Drainage
Chapter 36 : Remediation of Acid Mine Drainage by Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria in Biofilm Reactors
Chapter 37 : Nematodes as Soil Quality Mirror
Chapter 38 : Phytoremediation of Perchlorate-Contaminated Water : Laboratory Studies
Chapter 39 : Aerobic In Situ Stabilization of Completed Landfill
Chapter 40 : Rapid Landfill Stabilization and Improvements in Leachate Quality by Leachate Recirculation
Chapter 41 : Bioremediation of Landfill Leachate with Remote Monitoring and On-Site Disposal
Chapter 42 : 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4-D) Degradation in a Membrane Bioreactor
Chapter 43 : Degradation of Synthetic and Natural Dyes by White-Rot Fungi
Chapter 44 : Autothermal Thermophilic Aerated Bioreactor Impacts on Microorganisms : A Pilot Study
Chapter 45 : Sustainable Remediation of Land Contamination
Chapter 46 : Economic Analysis to Support Remedial Decision Making and Technology Selection
Chapter 47 : Dutch Research Programme on In Situ Bioremediation (NOBIS) : A Market-Oriented R&D Network—Bringing Knowledge Together for Solutions

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