Land Contamination & Reclamation. Volume 16 (2008)

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Volume 16: Number 1 (2008)

Effect of nutrient and surfactant addition on polyaromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) biodegradation in contaminated soils
Lilia Corona Ramírez, Rosario Iturbe and Luis G.Torres
pp. 1-11
DOI 10.2462/09670513.882

Biodegradability of famoxadone by various microbial isolates in aquatic systems
A.S.H. Derbalah, E.B. Belal and A.H. Massoud
pp. 13-23
DOI 10.2462/09670513.876

Floating islands as an alternative to constructed wetlands for treatment of excess nutrients from agricultural and municipal wastes – results of laboratory-scale tests
Frank M. Stewart, Tim Mulholland, Alfred B. Cunningham, Bruce G. Kania and Mark T. Osterlund
pp. 25-33
DOI 10.2462/09670513.874

Sorption characteristics of a non-ionic surfactant in soil contaminated with decane
S. Jodeh
pp. 35-44
DOI 10.2462/09670513.870

Volume 16: Number 2 (2008)

Some geotechnical aspects of long-term effectiveness of man-made environmental protection measures
R.W. Sarsby
pp. 97-111
DOI 10.2462/09670513.840

Deliberating the environmental risk posed by contaminated land: the importance of local context
Philip Catney, John Henneberry, Nigel Lawson and Sally Shaw
pp. 113-124
DOI 10.2462/09670513.894

Radon exhalation from the surface of a uranium-tailings deposit, and its relationship to precipitation events
Olivier Semar and Karl Josef Witt
pp. 125-134
DOI 10.2462/09670513.883

Metal accumulation in naturally colonizing vegetation in abandoned Cu-tailings ponds at Rakha mines, East Singhbhum, Jharkhand, India
Manab Das and Subodh Kumar Maiti
pp. 135-153
DOI 10.2462/09670513.691

Application of the shelf-life concept to the renewal of mine-degraded land
Mrinal K. Ghose
pp. 155-167
DOI 10.2462/09670513.889

Volume 16: Number 3 (2008)

Experimental woodland establishment on brick clays in southern England
A.J. Moffat, T.R. Hutchings, I. Tubby, K.R. Butt and C.N. Lowe
pp. 181-190
DOI 10.2462/09670513.898

Enhanced removal of cadmium from alkaline soil by electromigration
Rakesh K. Srivastava, Ram P. Tiwari and P. Bala Ramudu
pp. 191-212
DOI 10.2462/09670513.873

Antioxidative and metabolic responses to arsenic in the common reed (Phragmites australis): implications for phytoremediation
F. Ghassemzadeh, H. Yousefzadeh and M. Ghorbanli
pp. 213-222
DOI 10.2462/09670513.872

Modular approach to analysing vapour migration into buildings in the UK
Steve Wilson
pp. 223-236
DOI 10.2462/09670513.896

Desorption study of a fly ash bed previously exposed to chrome-bearing wastewater
Kaushik Bandyopadhyay, Amal K. Misra and Nitin Som
pp. 237-247
DOI 10.2462/09670513.893

Effect of time and electrical potential gradient on the buffer capacity of soils, as measured using an electrokinetic method
Mario V. Vázquez, Diego A. Vasco and Felipe Hernández-Luis
pp. 249-260
DOI 10.2462/09670513.895

Volume 16: Number 4 (2008)

Sustainable remediation: including the external costs of remediation
Paul E. Hardisty, Ece Ozdemiroglu and Stuart Arch
pp. 307-317
DOI 10.2462/09670513.905

Utilization of drinking-water treatment residue to immobilize copper and zinc in sewage-sludge-amended soils
M. Nur Hanani, I. Che Fauziah, A.W. Samsuri and S. Zauyah
pp. 319-332
DOI 10.2462/09670513.903

Remediation of soil arsenic toxicity in Ipomoea aquatica, using various sources of organic matter
S.M. Imamul Huq, Shamim Al-Mamun, J.C. Joardar and S.A. Hossain
pp. 333-341
DOI 10.2462/09670513.900

Cover systems for landfills and brownfields
Georg Heerten and Robert M. Koerner
pp. 343-356
DOI 10.2462/09670513.904

Seasonal effect on the load in soil and subsequent transfer of arsenic to rice
S.M. Imamul Huq, J.C. Joardar and A.F.M. Manzurul Hoque
pp. 357-363
DOI 10.2462/09670513.908

Elemental profile of abiotic components of the East Calcutta Wetlands, a Ramsar site in India
S. Chatterjee, B. Chattopadhyay and S.K. Mukhopadhyay
pp. 365-379
DOI 10.2462/09670513.901