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Use of humic substances to remediate polluted environments : from theory to practice

Author: Irina V Perminova; Kirk Hatfield; Norbert Hertkorn; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Public Diplomacy Division.
Publisher: Dordrecht, the Netherlands : Springer, ©2005.
Series: NATO science series., Series IV,, Earth and environmental sciences ;, v. 52.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Effective remediation of polluted environments is a priority in both Eastern and Western countries.

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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Irina V Perminova; Kirk Hatfield; Norbert Hertkorn; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Public Diplomacy Division.
ISBN: 1402032501 9781402032509
OCLC Number: 59351947
Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Use of Humates to Remediate Polluted Environments : from Theory to Practice, Zvenigorod, Russia, 23-29 September 2002"--Title page verso.
"Published in co-operation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division."
Credits: On t.p.: "Published in co-operation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division."
Description: xxvii, 506 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Preface. Introduction. Contributors.Part 1. Remedial properties of humic substances: general considerations and problems in addressing needs of environmental remediation. 1. Remediation chemistry of humic substances: theory and implications for technology; I.V. Perminova, K. Hatfield. 2. Soil organic matter and protective functions of humic substances in the biosphere; D.S. Orlov and L.K. Sadovnikova. 3. Chemical stoichiometry and molecular level mechanisms as support for future predictive engineering calculations, D.S. Gamble et al. Part 2. Complexing interactions of humic substances with heavy metals and radionuclides and their remedial implementation. 4. Interactions of humic substances with trace metals and their stimulatory effects on plant growth; A. Kaschl, Y. Chen. 5. Influence of UV-oxidation on the metal complexing properties of NOM; F.H. Frimmel et al. 6. Role of humic substances in the complexation and detoxification of heavy metals: case study of the Dnieper reservoirs; P.N. Linnik, T.A. Vasilchuk. 7. Complexation of radionuclides with humic substances; V. Moulin. 8. Humic acids as barriers in actinide migration in the environment; S.N. Kalmykov et al. 9. The use of humates for detoxification of soils contaminated with heavy metals; O.S. Bezuglova, A.V. Shestopalov. Part 3. Sorptive-partitioning interactions of humic substances with organic ecotoxicants and their implementation for remediation technologies. 10. Utilization of immobilized humic organic matter for in-situ subsurface remediation; G.U. Balcke et al. 11. The use of aqueous humic substances for in-situ remediation of contaminated aquifers; D.R. Van Stempvoort et al. 12. Advantages of in situ remediation of polluted soil and practical problems encountered during its performance; J.F. De Kreuk. 13. Wastewater treatment using modified natural zeolites; P. Princz et al. Part 4. Impact on physiological functions of living organisms and on microbial transformations ofecotoxicants. 14. Mitigating activity of humic substances: direct influence on biota; N.A. Kulikova et al. 15. Cytogenetic effects of humic substances and their use for remediation of polluted environments; A. Gorova et al. 16. Influence of metal ions on the activity of soil humics-enzyme complexes; S. Jorobekova et al. 17. Microbial redox reactions mediated by humus and structurally related quinines; J. A. Field, F.J. Cervantes. 18. Enhanced humification of TNT; H. Thomas, A. Gerth. 19. Commercial humates from coal and their influence on soil properties and initial plant development; O.S. Iakimenko. 20. Impact of humic substances on plants in polluted environments: implications for phytoremediation technologies; M.M. Kharitonov et al. Part 5. Quantifying structure and properties of humic substances and example studies on design of humic materials of the desired properties. 21. Molecular level structural analysis of natural organic matter and of humic substances by multinuclear and higher dimensional NMR spectroscopy; N. Hertkorn, A. Kettrup. 22. Understanding capillary electrophoretic separation processes to characterize humic substances and their interactions with pollutants; Ph. Schmitt-Kopplin, A. Kettrup. 23. Ozone application for modification of humates and lignins; M.M. Ksenofontova et al. 24. Synthesis, metal-binding properties and detoxifying ability of sulfonated humic acids; M.V. Yudov et al. Author Index. Subject Index.
Series Title: NATO science series., Series IV,, Earth and environmental sciences ;, v. 52.
Responsibility: edited by Irina V. Perminova, Kirk Hatfield and Norbert Hertkorn.
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