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Trace Elements in Soils

Edited By: Peter Hooda
Trace Elements in Soils
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Written as an authoritative guide for analytical chemists, geochemists, soil scientists, agricultural chemists and environmental scientists at postgraduate level and beyond, "Trace Metals in Soils" provides an up-to-date, balanced and comprehensive review broken up into four sections, covering: basic chemistry and general principles; long-term behaviour of trace metals in soils; and, environmentally important trace metals, and remediation and management of metal contaminated soils.

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Peter Hooda is Reader in Environmental Soil Science at Kingston University London, UK
Edited By: Peter Hooda
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This book is very suitable for soil scientists involved in soil contamination, but also for research chemists, geochemists, agronomists, environmental scientists, ecotoxicologists, and professionals who deal with contaminated soils. (Anal Bioanal Chem, February 2011)
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