Land Contamination & Reclamation. Volume 12 (2004)

Volume 12: Number 1

State of the art in permeability tests of single-phased cut-off walls
Chr. Scholz et al.

Metal contamination from abandoned mining sites: experimental investigation of possible remediation techniques
A. Concas et al.

Long-term observation of alternative landfill capping systems – field tests on a landfill in Bavaria
U. Henken-Mellies & E. Gartung

Renewal of land damaged by coal mining for its sustainable, beneficial use in the Indian context
M.K. Ghose

Recovering chromium from chromite ore processing residues
K.J. Sreeram & T. Ramasami

Volume 12: Number 2

Remediation of DNAPL source zones in groundwater using airsparging
Krishna R. Reddy and Luesgald Tekola

A case study of the assessment of pollution-mediated ecosystem effects and risk methodology: the River Ribble estuary
C. Mawby, S. Woodruff, S. Dack and S. Fryer

Sustainable waste management in contaminated land redevelopment
Steve Wallace

Integrated contracting
Matthias Sumann and Chantal J.G. Schrijver

Innovative field screening tools for a reliable and cost-effective site characterisation
Katrin Batereau, Martin Müller, Norbert Klaas and Baldur Barczewski

Sharing experiences in the management of megasites: towards a sustainable approach in land management of industrially contaminated areas. Report of the NICOLE workshop, 29–31 October 2003, Lille, France
Compiled by Paul Bardos with the assistance of Marjan Euser

Volume 12: Number 3

Contamination of soils in domestic gardens and allotments: a brief overview
B. J. Alloway

Metal content of surface soils in parks and allotments from three European cities: initial pilot study results
Andrew Hursthouse, Donna Tognarelli, Peter Tucker, Franco Ajmone Marsan, Chiara Martini, Luis Madrid, Fernando Madrid and Encarnacion Diaz-Barrientos

Estimating dietary risk from soils in urban gardens
Joyce Mack Scheyer

The mobility of heavy metals in urban soils used for food production in Poland
H. Dabkowska-Naskret

Analysis of risk from mercury contamination at the Khimprom Plant in Kazakhstan
S. Woodruff and S. Dack

Uptake of arsenic by vegetables for human consumption: a study of Wellingborough allotment plots
Paul Nathanail, Caroline McCaffrey, Richard Ogden, Neil Foster, Andrew Gillett and David Haynes

The legacy of historic land-use in allotment gardens in industrial urban settings: Walker Road allotment in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Tanja Pless-Mulloli, Vivienne Air, Catherine Vizard, Ian Singleton, David Rimmer and Phillip Hartley

Part IIA and the identification and remediation of contamination in residential gardens in Totley, Sheffield, UK
Peter Knight

Practical advice for a successful remediation project: Portsmouth Asphalt Works
Tracey Viney

Volume 12: Number 4

The future for excavated contaminated/brownfield site materials: new policy and practice across the EU
Malcolm Doak

1979–2004: Twenty-five golden years? Is Part IIA good law, or good for lawyers?
Stephen Tromans

Human health risk assessments for contaminated sites: a retrospective view and forward look
Simon Pollard

Use of phytocaps in remediation of closed landfills – correct selection of soil materials
I.R. Phillips, M. Greenway and S. Robertson

Chemical–biological stabilisation of hydrocarbon-contaminated soil and drilling cuttings in tropical Mexico
Randy H. Adams

Restoration and revegetation strategies for degraded mineland for sustainable mine closure
Mrinal K. Ghose