Phytomanagement of Polluted Sites

  • ID: 4465312
  • Book
  • 300 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Phytomanagement of Polluted Sites: Market Opportunities in Sustainable Phytoremediation brings together recent and established knowledge on different aspects of phytoremediation, providing this information in a single source that offers a cutting-edge synthesis of scientific and experiential knowledge on industrially contaminated site restoration that is useful for both practitioners and scientists. The book gives interested groups, both non-profit and for-profit, methods to manage dumpsites and other contaminated areas, including tactics on how to mitigate costs and even profit from ecological restoration.

  • Covers successful examples of turning industrially contaminated sites into ecologically healthy revenue producers
  • Presents examples of the applications of phytomanagement of dumpsites from around the globe
  • Provides the tools the reader needs to select specific plant species according to site specificity
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1. Unexpected conservation value of finely-grained industrial substrate deposits for invertebrate communities with implications for their restoration 2. Restoration of uranium contaminated sites by phytoremediation and natural attenuation 3. Phytorestoration of metalliferous soils in vicinity of chromite -asbestos mine 4. Phytorestoration of Bauxite Residue 5. Ecorestoration of fly ash deposits by native plant species at a thermoelectric power station (Serbia) 6. Restoration of waste dumpsites through aromatic plants cultivation 7. Eco-restoration of coalmine degraded lands 8. Restoration of coal mine spoil sites through plantation 9. Restoration of contaminated water ecosystem through vegetation 10. Contaminated soil remediation by vermitechnology 11. Restoration of red mud deposits through naturally growing plants 12. Ecological restoration of heavy metal contaminated soil with microbial amendments 13. Remediation of persistent organic pollutant contaminated sites 14. Mechanism of arsenic uptake, translocation, tolerance and accumulation in plants: Implication in improving phytoremediation potential of plants for arsenic decontamination in industrial sites

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Pandey, Vimal
Dr. Vimal Chandra Pandey is currently working as a consultant at Council of Science & Technology, Uttar Pradesh, India. Prior to his current position, he worked in the Plant Ecology and Environmental Sciences Division, CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, UP, India. Dr. Pandey is an Environmental Botanist, Internationally recognized in the area of phytomanagement of fly ash. His research domain area is phytoremediation, revegetation of fly ash dumps, restoration of degraded lands with special reference to raising rural livelihoods and maintaining ecosystem services.
Bauddh, Kuldeep
Dr. Kuldeep Bauddh is currently an Assistant Professor of Environmental Science at the Centre for Environmental Sciences, Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi, India. Dr. Bauddh is currently engaged in teaching in key areas of environmental sciences like Environmental Pollution and Management, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Toxicology, Soil Science, and Hazardous Waste Management. He is also an Associate Editor of the journal "Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability” as well as the co-editor of the magazine "Kahaar”. His main research areas are phytoremediation, ecological restoration and slow release fertilizers.
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