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1. Transient migration behavior of VOC vapor in layered unsaturated soils subjected to multiple time-dependent point pollution sources: analytical study.

Predicting the migration behavior of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) vapor is essential for the remediation of subsurface contamination such as soil vapor extraction. Previous analytical prediction models of VOCs migration are mostly limited to constant-concentration nonpoint sources in...

Author(s) : Ding XiangHong; Feng ShiJin; Zheng QiTeng; Peng ChunHui; Zhu ZhangWen; Yang ChunBaiXue

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.806 No.Part 1 ref.48

2. Plant- and microbe-assisted biochar amendment technology for petroleum hydrocarbon remediation in saline-sodic soils: a review.

Soil degradation through salinization and pollution by toxic compounds such as petroleum hydrocarbons (PHCs) in the coastal wetlands has become a significant threat to ecosystem health, biodiversity, and food security. However, traditional remediation technologies can generate secondary pollutants, ...

Author(s) : Meki, K.; Liu Qiang; Wu Shuai; Yuan YanFei

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Beijing, China

Journal article : Pedosphere 2022 Vol.32 No.1 pp.211-221

3. Biosurfactant-assisted phytoremediation of potentially toxic elements in soil: green technology for meeting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Biosurfactants are biomolecules produced by microorganisms, low in toxicity, biodegradable, and relatively easy to synthesize using renewable waste substrates. Biosurfactants are of great importance with a wide and versatile range of applications, including the bioremediation of contaminated sites. ...

Author(s) : Songita Sonowal; Nava, A. R.; Joshi, S. J.; Borah, S. N.; Islam, N. F.; Soumya Pandit; Ram Prasad; Hemen Sarma

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Beijing, China

Journal article : Pedosphere 2022 Vol.32 No.1 pp.198-210 ref.118

4. Microplastics in soil: impacts and microbial diversity and degradation.

Microplastics (MPs) are plastic particles less than 5 mm in size that have become a major environmental pollutant due to their ubiquitous and persistent nature. Microplastic contamination of the aquatic environment has received the most attention so far, whereas the current understanding of MP...

Author(s) : Paramdeep Kaur; Kashmir Singh; Baljinder Singh

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Beijing, China

Journal article : Pedosphere 2022 Vol.32 No.1 pp.49-60

5. Spatial variability of soil quality within management zones: homogeneity and purity of delineated zones.

Fields are the original management zones used in agricultural ecosystems. Uniformity of soil within management zones (MZ) is crucial for sustainable soil management, long-term productivity, and avoiding environmental problems. When considering a new area for agricultural expansion or for improving...

Author(s) : Zeraatpisheh, M.; Bottega, E. L.; Bakhshandeh, E.; Owliaie, H. R.; Taghizadeh-Mehrjardi, R.; Kerry, R.; Scholten, T.; Xu Ming

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 1 ref.56

6. Coupling in vitro assays with sequential extraction to investigate cadmium bioaccessibility in contaminated soils.

To understand how Cd in different fractions contributes to Cd bioaccessibility by in vitro assays, Cd bioaccessibility in 12 contaminated soils was determined by four assays (UBM, SBRC, IVG, and PBET) and correlated with different Cd fractions based on a sequential extraction scheme. The Cd...

Author(s) : Li ShiWei; Chang MingHui; Huang XiaoYue; Li HeLian; Li HongBo; Ma, L. Q.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.288 No.Part 3

7. Bioremediation of an oxyfluorfen-polluted soil using biostimulants obtained by fermentation processes: effect on biological properties.

We report a study of the bioremediation of two biostimulants obtained from sewage sludge by fermentation processes in a oxyfluorfen-polluted soil over a 72-day period under laboratory conditions. The effects thereof on enzymatic activities, bacterial community and the evolution of oxyfluorfen in...

Author(s) : Tejada, M.; Macias-Benitez, S.; Caballero, P.; Gómez, I.; Paneque, P.; Parrado, J.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Applied Soil Ecology 2022 Vol.170 ref.68

8. Citrate-modified biochar for simultaneous and efficient plant-available silicon release and copper adsorption: performance and mechanisms.

Silicon (Si) deficiency and heavy metals (HMs) pollution are common for farmland soil because of long-term intensive farming. In this study, a novel citrate-modified biochar (C-BC) was introduced as a soil conditioner to simultaneously increase the amount of plant-available Si (PASi) and immobilize ...

Author(s) : Liu Yang; Zhang LiXun; Zhang ZhengFang; Zhang Ying; Guan, Y.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Management 2022 Vol.301 ref.44

9. The co-transport of Cd(II) with nanoscale As2S3 in soil-packed column: Effects of ionic strength.

To observe the co-transport of Cd(II) with nanoscale As2S3 (nAs2S3) in a soil-packed column under different ionic strength (IS). A soil-packed column experiment with Cd(II) and nAs2S3 was conducted. The results show that the transport of Cd(II) was facilitated remarkably in the presence of nAs2S3,...

Author(s) : Zhang YuHao; Liao Min; Guo JiaWen; Xu Na; Xie XiaoMei; Fan QiYan

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.286 No.Part 2

10. Contradictory tendency of As(V) releasing from Fe-As complexes: influence of organic and inorganic anions.

The strong ability of ferrihydrite and its aged minerals for fixing arsenate is a key factor in remediating arsenate-polluted environments. It is therefore crucial to clarify the stability of Fe-As complexes and the release conditions for As(V). The As(V) release amount was evaluated and compared...

Author(s) : Yang ZhongLan; Zhang Nan; Sun BenHua; Su ShiMing; Wang YanAn; Zhang Yang; Wu CuiXia; Zeng Xibai

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.286 No.Part 2 ref.58

11. Enhanced arsenic migration in tailings soil with the addition of humic acid, fulvic acid and thiol-modified humic acid.

Humus is an important parameter to affect the environmental fate of arsenic (As) in tailing soil. According to the batch and column experiment, the effects of humus (HS) including humic acid (HA), fulvic acid (FA) on the As release and basic properties of soil were studied in the soil from a mining ...

Author(s) : Qian GuangRen; Xu Lu; Li Nuo; Wang KaiLi; Qu YangWei; Xu YunFeng

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.286 No.Part 2 ref.40

12. Leaching of 1,2,4-triazole from commercial barley seeds coated with tebuconazole and prothioconazole.

Seed dressing with fungicide or insecticide is a standard procedure for growing major crops, but very little is known about the leaching risk and the general fate of pesticides from coated seeds. Triazole fungicides are commonly used seed dressing fungicides and recently, there has been increasing...

Author(s) : Albers, C. N.; Bollmann, U. E.; Badawi, N.; Johnsen, A. R.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.286 No.Part 2 ref.25

13. In-situ remediation of zinc contaminated soil using phosphorus recovery product: hydroxyapatite/calcium silicate hydrate (HAP/C-S-H).

This work discussed the feasibility and stability of utilizing C-S-H phosphorus recovered products, HAP/C-S-H, to remove Zn(II) from aqueous solution and in-situ immobilize Zn(II) in contaminated soil. The removal mechanisms of Zn(II) by HAP/C-S-H were relatively complex, combining multiple...

Author(s) : Yuan Meng; Gu ZaoLi; Xia SiQing; Zhao JianFu; Wang XueJiang

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.286 No.Part 2

14. Interactive effects of increased plant density, cultivars and N rates in environments with different cotton yield recovery potential.

Nitrogen (N) is one of the most absorbed and exported nutrients by cotton plants (Gossypium hirsutum L.), but excessive rates can result in excessive growth and reduce fiber yield and quality. Combinations of high N rates and high plant density reduced yields, especially in locations where yield is ...

Author(s) : Galdi, L. V.; Cordeiro, C. F. dos S.; Senna e Silva, B. de; Torre, E. J. R. de la; Echer, F. R.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Industrial Crops and Products 2022 Vol.176 ref.32

15. Tracking changes in rhodium nanoparticles in the environment, including their mobility and bioavailability in soil.

The goals of the undertaken studies included assessment of the mobility of Rh nanoparticles (Rh NPs) and ionic forms (Rh(III)) in soil, optimization of the digestion procedure of environmental samples containing Rh NPs, and comparison of Rh NPs and Rh(III) uptake and bioaccumulation by...

Author(s) : Kowalska, J.; Biadun, E.; Kinska, K.; Gniadek, M.; Krasnodebska-Ostrega, B.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.806 No.Part 3 ref.49

16. The toxicity of hexavalent chromium to soil microbial processes concerning soil properties and aging time.

Chromium (Cr) pollution has attracted much attention due to its biological toxicity. However, little is known regarding Cr toxicity to soil microorganisms. The present study assesses the toxicity of Cr(VI) on two microbial processes, potential nitrification rate (PNR) and substrate-induced...

Author(s) : Zhang XueMeng; Zhang Xin; Li LinFeng; Fu GengXue; Liu XiaoYing; Xing ShuPing; Feng HaiYan; Chen BaoDong

Publisher : Elsevier Inc, Orlando, USA

Journal article : Environmental Research 2022 Vol.204 No.Part A ref.117

17. Effects of ecohydrological interfaces on migrations and transformations of pollutants: a critical review.

With the rapid development of society, the soil and water environments in many countries are suffering from severe pollution. Pollutants in different phases will eventually gather into the soil and water environments, and a series of migrations and transformations will take place at ecohydrological ...

Author(s) : Zhao Shan; Wang JianHua; Feng ShiJin; Xiao ZaiLun; Chen ChunYan

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.804 ref.290

18. Brazilian gross domestic product adjusted by the depreciation of agricultural soil.

Accounting for the depletion of environmental assets, which it uses to support economic growth, is allowed to consider environmental passivity in the measurement of the Green Gross Domestic Product (GGDP). The aim is to measure the depletion affected in the active environmental soil, regarding the...

Foreign Title :O produto interno bruto do Brasil ajustado pela depreciação do solo agrícola.

Author(s) : Azevedo Junior, W. C. de; Santana, A. C. de

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.2 ref.82

19. Determining the bioavailability of benzo(α)pyrene through standardized desorption extraction in a certified reference contaminated soil.

There is a strong need for certified reference materials in the quality assurance of nonionic soil contaminant bioavailability estimations through physicochemical methods. We applied desorption extraction, a method recently standardized as ISO16751, to determine the bioavailable concentration of...

Author(s) : Posada-Baquero, R.; Semple, K. T.; Ternero, M.; Ortega-Calvo, J. J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.803 ref.47

20. Fate of sulfamethoxazole in compost, manure and soil amended with previously stored organic wastes.

Application of organic wastes as soil fertilizers represents an important route of agricultural soil contamination by antibiotics such as sulfamethoxazole (SMX). Soil contamination may be influenced by the storage time of organic wastes before soil spreading. The objective of this work was to study ...

Author(s) : Gonod, L. V.; Dellouh, L. P. Y.; Andriamalala, A.; Dumény, V.; Bergheaud, V.; Cambier, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.803 ref.72

21. Biofertilizers and nanofertilizers for sustainable agriculture: phycoprospects and challenges.

Increased food demands and ceasing nutrient deposits have resulted in a great shortfall between the food supply and demand and would be worse in the years to come. Higher inputs of synthetic fertilizers on lands have resulted in environmental pollution, persistent changes in the soil ecology, and...

Author(s) : Mahapatra, D. M.; Satapathy, K. C.; Bhabatarini Panda

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.803 ref.178

22. Using an improved Si-rich husk ash to decrease inorganic arsenic in rice grain.

Paddy rice is efficient at arsenite accumulation by sharing the uptake and transport pathway for silicic acid. To limit As entry into rice by increasing soil Si availability, rice husk with concentrated Si deposition was subject to an ethanol-aided open combustion in this work to promote Si release ...

Author(s) : Wang Hao; Wang Xin; Peng Bo

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.803 ref.60

23. Using prototypes to enable development of commercially viable field scale contaminated site remediation processes.

Soil structure was damaged from solvents and localised heating after a large fire which had potential to limit bioremediation of an industrial site. Laboratory prototypes (biopile, bioflushing, bioreactor, slurry reactor) for treating the site contamination were developed. After successful...

Author(s) : Guerin, T. F.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.288 No.Part 2 ref.47

24. Uptake and assimilation of nutrient resources.

Fruit trees require six macronutrients (N, P, K, calcium, Mg and sulfur) and eight micronutrients (Zn, Fe, B, Mn, Cu, chlorine, nickel and molybdenum) that are taken up through the roots. Many of these occur naturally in the soil as cations bound to negatively charged soil particles, while others...

Author(s) : DeJong, T. M.

Book chapter : Concepts for understanding fruit trees 2022 pp.18-21

25. Modeling of soil gas radon as an in situ partitioning tracer for quantifying LNAPL contamination.

In the last decades radon (Rn) has been widely proposed as a naturally occurring tracer for non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPL) in the soil. This work examines the feasibility of using soil gas data collected at some distance from the source zone for the application of the Rn deficit technique for the ...

Author(s) : Cecconi, A.; Vergin, I.; Baciocchi, R.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.806 No.Part 2 ref.43