Assessment of fly ash-aided phytostabilisation of highly contaminated soils after an 8-year field trial: part 1. Influence on soil parameters and metal extractability.

@article{LoparevaPohu2011AssessmentOF,
  title={Assessment of fly ash-aided phytostabilisation of highly contaminated soils after an 8-year field trial: part 1. Influence on soil parameters and metal extractability.},
  author={Alena Lopareva-Pohu and Bertrand Pourrut and Christophe Waterlot and Guillaume Garçon and G{\'e}raldine Bidar and Christelle Pruvot and Pirouz Shirali and Francis Douay},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2011},
  volume={409 3},
  pages={
          647-54
        }
}
Sustainable management of large surface areas contaminated with trace elements is a real challenge, since currently applied remediation techniques are too expensive for these areas. Aided phytostabilisation appears to be a cost efficient technique to reduce metal mobility in contaminated soils and contaminated particle spread. In this context, this study aimed at evaluating the long-term efficiency of aided phytostabilisation on former agricultural soils highly contaminated with trace elements… CONTINUE READING

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