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Rhizoremediation uses root development and exudation to favor microbial activity. Thus it can enhance polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) biodegradation in contaminated soils. Spatial heterogeneity of rhizosphere processes, mainly linked to the root development stage and to the plant species, could explain the contrasted rhizoremediation efficiency levels(More)
The sample mean of data collected during critical pollution periods is a biased estimator of the annual mean. The bias can be corrected by weighting techniques, which take into account the measurement dates. The differences with standard calculations become important to characterize the temporal evolution when sampling changes with time. Sound statistical(More)
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