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Landfarming is a widely used method of treating petrochemical waste through microbial bio-degradation. The effects of residual petrochemical contamination on wildlife, especially terrestrial mammals,(More)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate possible exposure and resultant hepatic effects of petrochemical waste on cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus) living on landfarmed sites. Male and female cotton(More)
Petrochemical waste contains both organic and inorganic contaminants that can pollute soil and may pose significant ecological risks to wildlife. Petrochemical waste typically is disposed of in land(More)
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