Edited By: M Kovacs
207 pages, Figs, tabs, illus
This book demonstrates how living organisms, particularly fungi, mosses, lichens and flowering plants, are used to detect the presence of environmental pollutants, e.g. sulphur dioxide, hydrogen fluoride, and heavy metals in air and water.
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