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Bioremediation: Principles and Applications

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Edited By: RL Crawford and DL Crawford
400 pages, Figs, tabs, diags
Bioremediation: Principles and Applications
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  • Bioremediation: Principles and Applications ISBN: 9780521019156 Paperback Sep 2005 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Increased industrial and agricultural activity has led to vast quantities of the earth's soil and groundwater resources becoming contaminated with hazardous chemicals. Bioremediation provides a technology based on the use of living organisms, usually bacteria and fungi, to remove pollutants from soil and water, preferably in situ. This approach, which is potentially more cost-effective than traditional techniques such as incineration of soils and carbon filtration of water, requires an understanding of how organisms transform chemicals, how they survive in polluted environments and how they should be employed in the field. This book examines these issues for many of the most serious and common environmental contaminants, resulting in a volume which presents the most recent position on the application of bioremediation to the cleanup of polluted soil and water.


Preface D. Crawford; 1. Introduction R. Crawford; 2. Engineering of bioremediation processes W. Admassu and R. A. Korus; 3. Bioremediation in soil: influence of soil properties on organic contaminants and bacteria M. J. Morra; 4. Biodegradation of 'BTEX' hydrocarbons under anaerobic conditions L. Crumholtz, M. E. Caldwell and J. M. Suflita; 5. Bioremediation of petroleum contamination E. Rosenberg and E. Zon; 6. Bioremediation of environments contaminated by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons J. Mueller, C. Cerniglia and P. Pritchard; 7. Bioremediation of nitroaromatic compounds S. B. Funk, D. Crawford and R. Crawford; 8. A history of PCB biodegradation R. Unterman; 9. Bioremediation of chlorinated phenols J. Puhakka and E. Melin; 10. Biodegradation of chlorinated aliphatic compounds L. Wackett; 11. Microbial remediation of metals T. Roane, I. Pepper, R. Miller; 12. Molecular techniques in bioremediation M. Shields and S. Francesconi; Index.

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Handbook / Manual
Edited By: RL Crawford and DL Crawford
400 pages, Figs, tabs, diags
Media reviews
'The editors of this book and the contributing authors should be congratulated in providing an up to date review of this rapidly developing subject and it should be of use to many scientists interested in Bioremediation.' The Association of Applied Biologists News
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