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by Bnayahu Bar-Yosef,N.J. Barrow,J. Goldshmid

  • Author: Bnayahu Bar-Yosef,N.J. Barrow,J. Goldshmid
  • ISBN: 3540507884
  • ISBN13: 978-3540507888
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (October 24, 1989)
  • Pages: 200
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Bar-Yosef, B. (Bnayahu), 1941-

Inorganic contaminants in the vadose zone B. Bar-Yosef, . Barrow, J. Goldshmid, eds. Inorganic contaminants in the vadose zone B. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Bar-Yosef, B. (Bnayahu), 1941-. Personal Name: Barrow, N. J.

Inorganic Contaminants in the Vadose Zone. The understanding of pollutant transformations, sorption and transport in soils and uptake by plants is the key to controlling contaminant movement towards groundwater and accumulation in food-chains. Chemical studies on the ultimate composition of plants, animals, and sediments of the marine environment have revealed the existence of high concentrations of such minor oceanic constituents as zirconium, titanium, and thallium. The fact that some of these elements have not yet been detected in sea water has made these observations all the more striking.

Ecological studies ; vol. 74. General Note: Selected papers from an international workshop hosted by the Institute of Soils and . Note: Includes bibliographies and index. Personal Name: Bar-Yosef, B. (Bnayahu), 1941

Bibliography, etc. Personal Name: Goldshmid, J. (Jhuda), 1931-. Corporate Name: Makhon le-karka? u-mayim (Israel).

Ecological studies analysis and synthesis vol 74 inorganic contaminants in the vadose zone second international workshop on pollutant behavior in the vadose zone israel june 1987. B. Bar Yosef, N. Goldshmid. The Allen Institute for Artificial IntelligenceProudly built by AI2 with the help of our. Collaborators.

Автор: Bnayahu Bar-Yosef; . Описание: Selected Papers from an International Workshop, Israel, June 1987.

Toxic element accumulation in soils and crops: protecting soil fertility and agricultural food-chains, in Inorganic Contaminants in the Vadose Zone, eds B. Bar-Yosef, N. Barrow, and J. Goldshmid (Berlin: Springer), 140–158. Chenu, . Le Bissonnais, . and Arrouays, D. (2000).

Coordinators: Bar-Yosef Bnayahu, Barrow . This book contains selected works presented in the 1987 workshop by invited special­ ists from various disciplines and countries.

The understanding of pollutant transformations, sorption and transport in soils and uptake by plants is the key to controlling contaminant movement towards groundwater and accumulation in food-chains. Some of these major processes were discussed in the first International Workshop on Pollutants in Porous Media, con­ vened in Israel in 1983 (pollutants in Porous Media, Eds. Yaron, Dagan and Goldshmid, Springer-Verlag, 1984). Since that meeting, research on contaminant impact on the environment expanded considerably. New mechanisms explaining inorganic pollutant par­ titioning between solid and solution phases in soils were proposed and tested; specific elements and specific reactions were investigat­ ed, and more case studies to evaluate management practice effects on drinking water quality and accumulation of contaminants in crops were carried out. The recognition that the new knowledge needs to be discussed and evaluated, and the scientific and engineering communities be updated, led the IUPAC (Interna­ tional Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) and IAHS (Interna­ tional Association of Hydrological Sciences) Water Quality Com­ missions to organize a second International Workshop on pollu­ tant behaviour in the vadose zone, hosted by the Institute of Soils and Water of the Agricultural Research Organization, Israel. In this workshop, taking place in June 1987, attention was focused on chemical, physico-chemical and microbial-mediated reactions of different contaminants in the vadose zone. This book contains selected works presented in the 1987 workshop by invited special­ ists from various disciplines and countries.
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