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The dissipation of bromacil in Humic Luvic Gleysols amended with cow manure was evaluated at two sites in northwestern Alberta from 1984 to 1987. At each site, nine locations were sampled in 4 cm increments from 0 to 40 cm, and analyzed for bromacil, pH, electrical conductivity (EC), and organic...
Long Term Dynamics And Potential Remediation Of Fine Textured Soils And Ground Water Contaminated With Chlorinated Organic Compounds And SaltsDownload
Contamination of land, water, and air is a widespread concern often associated with anthropogenic activities. Remediation of contaminated sites is necessary to minimize negative impacts on human health and the environment and allow for safe, productive use of land. Although contaminated sites...
Mineral carbon sequestration (MCS) is a type of carbon storage based on natural rock weathering processes where CO2, dissolved in rainwater, reacts with alkaline minerals to form solid carbonates. Although MCS has advantages over other carbon storage techniques, an economic MCS process has not...