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Bioremediation and Phytoremediation Technologies in Sustainable Soil Management: Volume 2: Microbial Approaches and Recent Trends

Innovations in Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Megh R. Goyal, Junaid Malik, 1774637197, 978-1774637197, 9781774637197, B09YMYZC2W

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English | 2023 | PDF | 11 MB | 332 Pages

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This  4-volume set focuses on the use of microbial bioremediation and  phytoremediation to clean up pollutants in soil, such as pesticides,  petroleum hydrocarbons, metals, and chlorinated solvents, which reduce  the soil's fertility and renders it unfit for plant growth.

Volume 2: Microbial Approaches and Recent Trends focuses on new and emerging techniques and approaches to address soil  pollution. These include the use of rhizobacteria, archaea,  cyanobacteria, and microalgae as biofertilizers and for soil  bioremediation efforts. New technologies for assessment of soil  bioremediation are explored also. The chapters provide in-depth coverage  of the mechanisms, advantages, and disadvantages of the technologies  used and highlight the use of different microbial enzymes that are used  in the process of bioremediation and phytoremediation to clean up  different pollutants without causing damage to the natural environment.

Other volumes in the 4-volume set:
• Volume 1: Fundamental Aspects and Contaminated Sites
• Volume 3: Inventive Techniques, Research Methods, and Case Studies
• Volume 4: Degradation of Pesticides and Polychlorinated Biphenyls

Together,  these four volumes provide in-depth coverage of the mechanisms,  advantages, and disadvantages of the bioremediation and phytoremediation  technologies for safe and sustainable soil management. The diverse  topics help to arm biologists, agricultural engineers, environmental and  soil scientists and chemists with the information and tools they need  to address soil toxins that are a dangerous risk to plants, wildlife,  humans and, of course, the soil itself.