Volume 13

Land Contamination & Reclamation. Volume 13 (2005)

Volume 13, Number 1

Thirty years of site investigation – more, but is it better?
Michael Smith

Cost-effective investigation of contaminated land: application of the innovative OCLI method to organic contamination
Paul D. Taylor and Michael H. Ramsey

Stabilisation and solidification technologies for theremediation of contaminated soils and sediments: an overview
D. Samuel Suman Raj, C. Aparna, P. Rekha, V. Hima Bindhu and Y. Anjaneyulu

New measurement techniques for the monitoring of landfills
K. Münnich, J. Bauer and K. Fricke

Wheat and field beans grown on Gault Clay or a soil-forming material amended with paper-mill sludge
G. Sellers, F. Christin and H.F. Cook

Application of a neural network model for the containment of groundwater contamination
S. Mohan and J. Sreeram

Volume 13, Number 2

Managing the risks from petroleum hydrocarbons at contaminated sites: achievements and future research directions
S.J.T. Pollard, R. Duarte-Davidson, K. Askari and E. Stutt

Implementation of remediation technologies – theory and practice
Karl Ernst Roehl and Gabi Gregolec

Fit-for-purpose analysis in the regulatory environment
K. Clive Thompson

Evaluation of microfungi for the bioremediation of diesel oil in Egypt
El-Sayed M. El-Morsy

Bioavailability: concept for understanding or tool for predicting?
Joop Harmsen, Wim Rulkens and Herman Eijsackers

Monitoring the sustainability of brownfield redevelopment projects: the Redevelopment Assessment Framework
Kalliope Pediaditi, Walter Wehrmeyer and Jonathan Chenoweth

Volume 13, Number 3

Site investigation and monitoring for ground gas assessment – back to basics
Steve Wilson and Sarah Haines

Treatment of a low-carbon nitrified wastewater effluent in subsurface flow constructed wetlands
Ginachi Amah, I.H. (Mel) Suffet, Randal Orton, Jacqy Gamble and Michael K. Stenstrom

Ammonia shadow of my former self: a review of potential groundwater chemical pollution from cemeteries
Alwyn Hart

Monitored natural attenuation
Philip Morgan and Anja J.C. Sinke

Spatial distribution of manganese in vegetation cover in the proximity of an abandoned manganese oxide mine and implications for future agricultural development in the region
Georges Ekosse and Paul S. Fouche

Continuous contaminated site monitoring (CCSM): integrated remote real-time supervision methodology applied to an old polluted industrial site
Frédéric Portet, Konrad Szafnicki, Agnès Laboudigue and Jacques Bourgois

Volume 13, Number 4

Appropriate methods for the Mean Value Test for soil contamination datasets
Paolo Masi & Philip Morgan

Robust biological descriptors of soil health for use in reclamation of brownfield land
Nicholas M. Dickinson, William Hartley, Louise A. Uffindell, Amanda N. Plumb, Helen Rawlinson and Philip Putwain

Are incentives for regenerating UK brownfield sites sustainable?
Gareth Thornton and Paul Nathanail

Use of phytocaps in remediation of closed landfills – suitability of selected soils to remove organic nitrogen and carbon from leachate
I.R. Phillips and K.J. Sheehan

Multi-objective decision-making for soil remediation problems
Michiel A. van Drunen, Euro Beinat, Matthijs Nijboer and Joop P. Okx

Ecological restoration of acidic coal-mine overburden dumps – an Indian case study
Subodh K. Maiti and Mrinal K. Ghose