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BIOAVAILABILITY OF ELEMENTS FOR EFFECTIVE PHYTOREMEDIATION AND PHYTOMINING: THE ROLE OF RHIZOSPHERE PROCESSES
The success of phytoremediation (especially phytoextraction) and phytomining depends heavily on the bioavailability of target elements, which, among others, is a function of soil mineral phases, soil organic ...
THE PCA OF PHYTOMINING: PRINCIPLES, CHALLENGES AND ADVANCES
There is a number of commercially valuable elements whose concentration in the crust of the earth is too low for an economic mining with traditional approaches. However, phytotechnologies which take advantage ...
PHYTOREMEDIATION POTENTIAL OF NATIVE PLANTS GROWING ON RECLAIMED COAL DUMPS
In the formation of phytocoenoses on the reclaimed coal dumps the processes of self-growth by species most tolerant to conditions of acidification and salinization of soils play an important role. Besides, naturally ...
SHORT-TERM EFFECT OF DISPERSION OF RESIDUAL SLUDGE ON THE SOIL EUCALYPTUS CAMALDULENSIS DEHNH, TIARET (ALGERIA)
Silvicultural upgrading of sewage sludge is an alternative to current solutions. It presents a lower risk of contamination of the human food chain than its use in agriculture. In this context, the use of forest plantations ...