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Title
Soil pollution Soil pollution :
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Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: TD878 .S655 2018 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 628.5/5 full
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Lccn: 2017964477
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Table Of Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1. Soil and Pollution: An Introduction to the Main Issues / Armando C. Duarte
1.1. General Aspects of Soil
1.2. Soil Pollution: Major Causes
1.3. Potential Effects on the Environment and Human Health
1.4. Strategies and Policies for Soil Protection
Acknowledgments
References
2. Distribution, Transport and Fate of Pollutants / Eduardo Ferreira da Silva
2.1. Soil Pollution Overview
2.2. Factors Affecting Soil Pollutants Distribution, Transport and Fate
2.3. Soil Pollutants Transport
2.4. Methodologies for Modeling Pollutants Leaching and Transport: An Overview
Acknowledgments
References
3. Changes in Soil Ecosystem Structure and Functions Due to Soil Contamination / Maria N. Gonzalez-Alcaraz
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Soil Ecosystem Structure
3.3. Soil Ecosystem Functions
3.4. Soil Ecosystem Services
Acknowledgments
References
4. Pollutants Transformation and Metabolite Accumulation in Soils / Eduarda Pereira
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Transformation of Pollutants and Respective Formation of Metabolites in Soils
4.3. Conclusions and Perspectives
Acknowledgments
References
5. Organic Pollutants in Soils / Nicola Senesi
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Sources, Behavior, and Fate of OPs in Soils
5.3. Analytical Strategies for Determining OPs in Soils
5.4. Concluding Remarks
Acknowledgments
References
6. Inorganic Pollutants in Soils / Nuno Duraes
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Sources and Levels of Potential Toxic Elements (PTEs) in Soils
6.3. Methodologies for Monitoring PTEs in Soils
6.4. Case Study: Copper in Douro Vineyards Soils
6.5. Case Study: Sources and Spatial Distribution of Cr and Pb in Athens Soil
6.6. Case Study: Arsenic and Metal Soil Contamination in a Historical Mining Zone (Zimapan, Mexico)
Acknowledgments
References
7. Nanomaterials as Soil Pollutants / Cornelis A.M. Van Gestel
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Routes of Entry of ENM into Soil During Nano-enabled Products Life Cycle
7.3. Fate in Soil
7.4. Bioavailability of ENM
7.5. Biological Interactions of ENM in Soils
7.6. Exposure and Hazard Assessment of ENM
7.7. Toxicokinetics of ENM
7.8. Trophic Transfer of ENM
Acknowledgments
References
8. Ecotoxicological Effects and Risk Assessment of Pollutants / Christian P. Andersen
8.1. Soil Ecotoxicology in Risk Assessment: Applications and Developments
8.2. Frameworks, Legal Support, and Implementation of ERA
8.3. Future Perspectives
Acknowledgments
References
9. Human Health Risks and Soil Pollution / Paul F.A.M. Romkens
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Human Health Risks from Soil Pollution
9.3. Factors Affecting Potential Human Health Hazardous Effects
9.4. Tools to Assess Human Health Risks
9.5. Inclusion of Site-Specific Bioavailability Measurements in Risk Assessment
9.6. Emerging Issues and Case Studies
9.7. Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
Further Reading
10. Strategies for Soil Protection and Remediation / Amarilis de Varennes
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Phytoremediation Techniques and Principles
10.3. Assisted Phytostabilization in Mine-Contaminated Soils
10.4. Industrially Contaminated Site Remediation
10.5. Sustainable Management Systems and Environmental Policies for Soil Protection
Acknowledgments
References.
Authorized Access Point
Duarte, Armando C., Soil pollution
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Cachada, Anabela, Soil pollution
Rocha-Santos, Teresa, Soil pollution