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- Alburquerque, J.A., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2014 v.196 pp. 103-111
- Myrtus communis; Retama sphaerocarpa; Rosmarinus officinalis; Tamarix gallica; arsenic; cadmium; copper; ecological restoration; ecosystems; heavy metals; indigenous species; lead; microbial biomass; phytoremediation; soil microorganisms; soil pH; soil quality; solubility; sulfides; survival rate; toxicity; zinc; Spain
- ... Re-vegetation is the main aim of ecological restoration projects, where the use of native plants is recommended over exogenous species, which may result in an undesirable modification of the ecosystem. A 10-year phytoremediation programme was carried out in a site affected by the toxic spill of pyritic (iron sulphide) residue at Aznalcóllar (Spain) in 1998, contaminated with heavy metals (Cd, Cu, ...