1st Edition

Bioavailability, Toxicity, and Risk Relationship in Ecosystems




ISBN 9781578081929
Published January 3, 2003 by CRC Press
360 Pages

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FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES: Risk Assessment in Environmental Contamination and Environmental Health: Michael Moore; The Role of Chemical Separation in Bioavailability: S bastien Suav ; Bioavailability of Metals in the Soil-plant Environment and its Potential Role in Risk Assessment: R. Naidu et al. INDICATORS OF BIOAVAILABILITY: Microbial Parameters as Indicators of Toxic Effects of Heavy Metals on the Soil Ecosystem: Phil Brooks; Metal-Algae Interactions: Implications of Bioavailability: M. Megharaj et al.; Absorption and Translocation of Chromium by Plants: Plant Physiological and Soil Factors: R.H. Loeppert et al. CASE STUDIES: Effects of Mine Wastewaters on Freshwater Biota in Tropical Northern Australia: Scott J. Markich et al.; Inplace Inactivation and Natural Ecological Restoration Technologies (IINERT): W.R. Berti and J.A. Ryan; An Assessment of the Revegetation Potential of Acidic Basemetal Tailings using Metal-tolerant Grass Species and Lime: W.J. Morrell et al.; Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in West Bengal--India and Bangladesh: Case Study on Bioavailability of Geogenic Arsenic: Uttam Kumar Chowdhury et al.; Plant Soil Metal Relationships from Micro to Macro Scale: K. Bujtas et al.

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