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- Lin, C.H.; Lerch, R.N.; Garrett, H.E.; George, M.F.
- Journal of environmental quality 2008 v.37 no.1 pp. 196
- polluted soils, etc ; soil pollution; atrazine; herbicide residues; metabolites; forage grasses; riparian buffers; bioremediation; biodegradation; rhizosphere; leaching; hydroxylation; phytotoxicity; herbicide resistance; metabolic detoxification; bioaccumulation; field experimentation; Missouri; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... A sound multi-species vegetation buffer design should incorporate the species that facilitate rapid degradation and sequestration of deposited herbicides in the buffer. A field lysimeter study with six different ground covers (bare ground, orchardgrass, tall fescue, timothy, smooth bromegrass, and switchgrass) was established to assess the bioremediation capacity of five forage species to enhance ...
- Moseley, Rebecca A.; Barnett, Mark O.; Stewart, Melanie A.; Mehlhorn, Tonia L.; Jardine, Philip M.; Ginder-Vogel, Matthew; Fendorf, Scott
- Journal of environmental quality 2008 v.37 no.6 pp. 2116
- polluted soils, etc ; lead; phosphates; soil amendments; remediation; bioavailability; military lands; pH; extraction; immobilization in soil; cost effectiveness; United States; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... In–situ stabilization using phosphate (P) amendments, such as P-based fertilizers and rock, are a potentially cost-effective and minimally disruptive alternative for stabilizing Pb in soils. We examined the effect of time (0–365 d), in vitro extraction pH (1.5 vs. 2.3), and dosage of three P-based amendments on the bioaccessibility (as a surrogate for oral bioavailability) of Pb in 10 soils from U ...