Land Contamination & Reclamation. Volume 17 (2009)

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Volume 17: Number 1 (2009)

Natural and anthropengic occurrence

Occurrence and geochemistry of tungsten  in the Carson River Basin, Nevada, USA
Michael J. Pardus and Julie K. Sueker
pp. 9-29
DOI 10.2462/09670513.930

Spatial patterns of tungsten and cobalt on leaf surfaces of trees in Fallon, Nevada
Paul R. Sheppard, Christine L. Hallman, Gary Ridenour and Mark L. Witten
pp.  31-41
DOI 10.2462/09670513.920


Competitive sorption of tungstate, molybdate and phosphate mixtures onto goethite
Nan Xu, Christos Christodoulatos, Agamemnon Koutsospyros and Washington Braida
pp. 45-57
DOI 10.2462/09670513.925

Dissolution of tungsten–tin compared to tungsten–nylon rounds
D. Felt, C. Griggs, S. Larson, C. Nestler and M. Thompson
pp. 59-66
DOI 10.2462/09670513.928

Distribution of tungsten on soil particles following firing of tungsten ammunition into various soil types
G. O’Connor, W.A. Martin, S. Larson, C.A. Weiss Jr and P.G. Malone
pp. 67-73
DOI 10.2462/09670513.918

Effect of soil type on tungsten leachability
G. O’Connor, S. Larson, C. Griggs, M. Thompson and C. Nestler
pp. 75-81
DOI 10.2462/09670513.924

Partitioning between aqueous and soil system components for soluble tungsten and lead species
C. Griggs, S. Larson, J. Johnson, D. Felt and C. Nestler
pp. 83-91
DOI: 10.2462/09670513.917

Persistence and bioaccumulation of tungsten and associated heavy metals under different climatic conditions
B. Wilson and F.B. Pyatt
pp. 93-100
DOI 10.2462/09670513.935

Effect of other metals on the dissolution of tungsten
Adebayo Ogundipe, Washington Braida, Christos Christodoulatos, Agamemnon Koutsospyros and G. O’Connor
pp. 101-110
DOI 10.2462/09670513.938

Effect of legacy lead on leachability of tungsten and lead from differing soil types
G. O’Connor, S. Larson, C. Griggs, M. Thompson and C. Nestler
pp. 111-117
DOI 10.2462/09670513.919

Analytical methodology

Coupling of oxygen and pH requirements for effective microwave-assisted digestion of soils for tungsten analysis
C. Griggs, S. Larson, C. Nestler and M. Thompson
pp. 121-128
DOI 10.2462/09670513.927

Polytungstate analysis by SEC–ICP–MS and direct-infusion ESI–MS
A.J. Bednar, R.A. Kirgan, D.R. Johnson, A.L. Russell, C.A. Hayes and C.J. McGrath
pp. 129-137
DOI 10.2462/09670513.929

Toxicology and biological uptake

Tungsten bioavailability and toxicity in sunflowers (Helianthus annuus L.)
D.R. Johnson, L.S. Inouye, A.J. Bednar, J.U. Clarke, L.E. Winfield, R.E. Boyd, C.Y. Ang and Jennifer Goss
pp. 141-151
DOI 10.2462/09670513.939

Uptake of lead and tungsten in Cyperus esculentus in a small-arms range simulation
A.D. Butler, V.F. Medina, S. Larson and C. Nestler
pp. 153-159
DOI: 10.2462/09670513.926

The potential for bioaccumulation of tungsten in earthworms – the effect of legacy lead on biouptake
D. Felt, S. Larson, C. Griggs, C. Nestler and M. Thompson
pp. 161-167

Prenatal exposure of mice to tungstate is associated with decreased transcriptome-expression of the putative tumor suppressor gene, DMBT1: implications for childhood leukemia
Cynthia D. Fastje, Kim Le, Nina N. Sun, Simon S. Wong, Paul R. Sheppard and Mark L. Witten
pp.  169-178
DOI: 10.2462/09670513.931

Preliminary risk-based concentrations for tungsten in soil and drinking water
John D. Schell and Michael J. Pardus
pp. 179-188
DOI: 10.2462/09670513.934

Tungsten in the former Soviet Union: review of environmental regulations and related research
Nikolay Strigul, Agamemnon Koutsospyros and Christos Christodoulatos
pp. 189-215
DOI 10.2462/09670513.923

Tungsten human toxicity: a compendium of research on metallic tungsten and tungsten compounds
Michael J. Pardus, Ranulfo Lemus-Olalde and Danyle R. Hepler
pp. 217-222
DOI: 10.2462/09670513.933

Volume 17: Number 2 (2009)

Phytoremediation and its effect on the mobility of metals in soil: a fractionation study
Prabha K. Padmavathiamma and Loretta Y. Li
pp. 223-235
DOI 10.2462/09670513.937

Remediation of soils contaminated with petrol and diesel using lime
C.D. Collins, D. Lothian and V. Schifano
pp. 237-244
DOI 10.2462/09670513.940

Characteristics of removal of hydrophobic organic carbons from sand/mulch using nonionic surfactants
Shehdeh W. Jodeh
pp. 245-254
DOI 10.2462/09670513.875

Volume 17: Number 3-4 (2009)

Introduction: smart environmental management
K. Gruiz and T. Meggyes
pp. 315-317
DOI 10.2462/09670513.971

1. Environmental management

Efficient environmental management and MOKKA
K. Gruiz
pp. 321-323
DOI 10.2462/09670513.945

Risk-based environmental management: end-user demand in Hungary
Á. Czibók
pp. 325-328
DOI 10.2462/09670513.947

Efficient environmental management and MOKKA: the European context
Y. Spira
pp. 329-331
DOI 10.2462/09670513.985

EURODEMO: end-user needs
D. Edwards
pp. 333-334
DOI 10.2462/09670513.986

Risk-based environmental management and decision making
I. Zöldi
pp. 335-338
DOI 10.2462/09670513.972

2. Environmental risk management and decision making

Scientific and engineering ‘improvement’ of environmental risk management by MOKKA
K. Gruiz
pp. 341-343
DOI 10.2462/09670513.948

Risk management and decision making in remediation option selection
S. Colombano, C. Merly and H. Gaboriau
pp. 345-353
DOI 10.2462/09670513.946

Complex environmental risk management at a former mining site
K. Gruiz, E. Vaszita, Z. Siki, V. Feigl and F. Fekete
pp. 355-367
DOI 10.2462/09670513.949

3. Site assessment and monitoring tools

Integrated and efficient assessment of contaminated sites
K. Gruiz
pp. 371-384
DOI 10.2462/09670513.950

Early warning and monitoring in efficient environmental management
K. Gruiz
pp. 385-404
DOI 10.2462/09670513.983

Cyclodextrin-containing sensors to provide an early warning of contamination
É. Fenyvesi and L. Jicsinszky
pp. 405-412
DOI 10.2462/09670513.951

Spatial modelling of contamination in a catchment area impacted by mining: a case study of the Recsk copper mine, Hungary
G. Jordan, A. Van Rompaey, A. Somody, U. Fügedi and A. Farsang
pp. 413-421
DOI 10.2462/09670513.987

Remote sensing as a promising tool for environmental assessment
M. Szomolányi Ritvayné, G. Frombach, A. Nagy
pp. 423-429
DOI 10.2462/09670513.980

In situ site assessment: a short overview and description of the field-portable XRF and its application
A. Sarkadi, E. Vaszita, M. Tolner and K. Gruiz
pp. 431-442
DOI 10.2462/09670513.981

Measuring adverse effects of contaminated soil using interactive and dynamic test methods
K. Gruiz, M. Molnár and V. Feigl
pp. 443459
DOI 10.2462/09670513.952

Microcosm models and experiments: types and applications
K. Gruiz and E. Vaszita
pp. 461-462
DOI 10.2462/09670513.955

Complex leaching of metal-sulfide-containing mine waste and soil in microcosms
E. Vaszita, J. Szabó and K. Gruiz
pp. 463-471
DOI 10.2462/09670513.953

Bioavailability- and bioaccessibility-dependent mutagenicity of pentachlorophenol (PCP)
Cs. Hajdu, K. Gruiz and É. Fenyvesi
pp. 473-481
DOI 10.2462/09670513.973

Chemical stabilization of toxic metals in soil microcosms
V. Feigl, N. Uzinger and K. Gruiz
pp. 483-494
DOI 10.2462/09670513.954

Laboratory testing of biodegradation in soil: a comparison of chemical and biological methods
M. Molnár, É. Fenyvesi, K. Gruiz, G. Illés, Z. Nagy, Cs. Hajdu and P. Kánnai
pp. 495-506
DOI 10.2462/09670513.956

4. Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data interpretation and risk assessment
K. Gruiz
pp. 509-512
DOI 10.2462/09670513.957

GIS-based quantitative hazard and risk assessment of an abandoned mining site
E. Vaszita, Z. Siki and K. Gruiz
pp. 513-529
DOI 10.2462/09670513.958

5. Development of remediation technologies

Contaminated-site remediation: role and classification
K. Gruiz
pp. 533-542
DOI 10.2462/09670513.974

Soil bioremediation – a bioengineering tool
K. Gruiz
pp. 543-551
DOI 10.2462/09670513.975

In situ soil remediation: the reactor approach
K. Gruiz
pp. 553-575
DOI 10.2462/09670513.959

Combined chemical and phytostabilization: field application
V. Feigl, A. Anton, F. Fekete and K. Gruiz
DOI 10.2462/09670513.960

Cyclodextrin-enhanced soil-remediation technologies
É. Fenyvesi, M. Molnár, L. Leitgib and K. Gruiz
pp. 585-597
DOI 10.2462/09670513.961

Development of cyclodextrin-enhanced soil remediation: from the laboratory to the field
M. Molnár, L. Leitgib, É. Fenyvesi and K. Gruiz
pp. 599-610
DOI 10.2462/09670513.976

Demonstration of soil bioremediation technology enhanced by cyclodextrin
É. Fenyvesi, L. Leitgib, K. Gruiz, G. Balogh and A. Murányi
pp. 611-617
DOI 10.2462/09670513.977

Bioremediation of areas polluted with chlorinated and non-chlorinated hydrocarbons
A.A.M. Langenhoff
pp. 619-625
DOI 10.2462/09670513.962

Practical experience with in situ remediation technologies – application problems and solutions
L. Wimmerova
pp. 627-633
DOI 10.2462/09670513.963

Enhancing the efficacy of permeable reactive barriers
T. Meggyes, M. Csővári, K.E. Roehl and F.-G. Simon
pp. 635-650
DOI 10.2462/09670513.964

EURODEMO – environmental efficiency of remediation
D. Müller and H. Gaboriau
pp. 651-659
DOI 10.2462/09670513.965

Verification tool for in situ soil remediation
K. Gruiz, M. Molnár and É. Fenyvesi
pp. 661-684
DOI 10.2462/09670513.982

EURODEMO – improving the uptake of efficient soil and groundwater remediation technologies
Y. Spira, D. Edwards, J. Henstock, H. Gaboriau, C. Merly, D. Müller, V. Birke and H. van Duijne
pp. 685-692
DOI 10.2462/09670513.966

6. MOKKA Databases

Web-based information system and decision-support tool: the structure and use of the MOKKA IT tool
K. Gruiz
pp. 695-702
DOI 10.2462/09670513.967

The informatics background to the MOKKA project
Z. Siki
pp. 703-705
DOI 10.2462/09670513.978

Promoting knowledge and learning through remediation demonstration projects
J. Henstock
pp. 707-710
DOI 10.2462/09670513.968

EUGRIS – more than a database
J. Frauenstein and P. Bardos
pp.  711-715
DOI 10.2462/09670513.969

The interface between the MOKKA decision-support tool and EUGRIS: an integrated approach
J. Fehér, P. Bardos, G. Fehér and Zs. Dargai
pp. 717-725
DOI 10.2462/09670513.979

K. Gruiz and T. Meggyes
pp. 727-735
DOI 10.2462/09670513.970