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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 5, Number 1, January-March 2003

Phytoremediation of Pyrene in a Cecil Soil under Field Conditions
pp. 1-12(12)
Authors: Lalande, T. L.; Skipper, H. D.; Wolf, D. C.; Reynolds, C. M; Freedman, D. L.; Pinkerton, B. W.; Hartel, P. G.; Grimes, L. W.

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Optimizing Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal-Contaminated Soil by Exploiting Plants' Stress Adaptation
pp. 13-23(11)
Authors: Barocsi, Attila; Csintalan, Zsolt; Kocsanyi, Laszlo; Dushenkov, Slavik; Kuperberg, J. Michael; Kucharski, Rafal; Richter, Peter I.

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Stimulation of Hybrid Poplar Growth in Petroleum-Contaminated Soils through Oxygen Addition and Soil Nutrient Amendments
pp. 57-72(16)
Authors: Rentz, Jeremy A.; Chapman, Brad; Alvarez, Pedro J. J.; Schnoor, Jerald L.

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The Role of Microbial Reductive Dechlorination of TCE at a Phytoremediation Site
pp. 73-87(15)
Authors: Godsy, E. Michael; Warren, Ean; Paganelli, Victor V.

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