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- Peikert, B.; Schaumann, G.E.; Keren, Y.; Bukhanovsky, N.; Borisover, M.; Garfha, M.A.; Shoqeric, J.H.; Dag, A.
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2015 v.199 pp. 176-189
- West Bank, etc ; thermal stability; fatty acids; carbon; hydrophobicity; biochemical oxygen demand; polluted soils; sugars; soil pollution; isotopes; agrochemicals; screening; thermal analysis; water pollution; oil mill effluents; contact angle; sorption; soil organic matter; food processing wastes; soil quality; phytotoxicity; wastewater; phenolic compounds; Israel; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Uncontrolled land disposal of olive mill waste water (OMW) can potentially result in soil pollution as a consequence of its high chemical and biochemical oxygen demand and high concentration of phytotoxic phenolic compounds. Although both positive and negative effects of OMW on soil quality have been reported, no clear consensus regarding its direct influence on soil hydrophobicity or soil organic ...