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Author NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Use of Humates to Remediate Polluted Environments : from Theory to Practice (2002 : Zvenigorod, Russia)

Title Use of humic substances to remediate polluted environments : from theory to practice / edited by Irina V. Perminova, Kirk Hatfield and Norbert Hertkorn
Published Dordrecht ; [Great Britain] : Springer, 2005


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Description xxvii, 506 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series NATO science series.. Series IV, Earth and environmental sciences ; v. 52
NATO science series. Series IV, Earth and environmental sciences ; v. 52
Contents Machine derived contents note: Part 1. Remedial properties of humic substances: general considerations -- and problems in addressing needs of environmental remediation -- 1. Remediation chemistry of humic substances: theory and -- implications for technology -- I. V. Perminova and K. Hatfield 3 -- 2. Soil organic matter and protective functions of humic substances in -- the biosphere -- D. S. Orlov and L. K. Sadovnikova 37 -- 3. Chemical stoichiometry and molecular level mechanisms as -- support for future predictive engineering calculations -- D. S. Gamble, C. H. Langford and A. G. Bruccoleri 53 -- Part 2. Complexing interactions of humic substances with heavy metals and -- radionuclides and their remedial implementation -- 4. Interactions of humic substances with trace metals and their -- stimulatory effects on plant growth -- A . Kaschl and Y . Chen 83 -- 5. Influence of UV-oxidation on the metal complexing properties of -- NOM -- F. H. Frimmel, K. Vercammen and D. Schmitt 115 -- 6. Role of humic substances in the complexation and detoxification of -- heavy metals: case study of the Dnieper reservoirs -- P. N. Linnik and T. A. Vasilchuk 135 -- 7. Complexation of radionuclides with humic substances -- V . M oulin 155 -- 8. Humic acids as barriers in actinide migration in the environment -- S.N. Kalmykov, A.P. Novikov, A.B. Khasanova, N.S. Scherbina and -- Yu.A. Sapozhnikov 175 -- 9. The use of humates for detoxification of soils contaminated with -- heavy metals -- O. S. Bezuglova and A. V. Shestopalov 185 -- Part 3. Sorptive-partitioning interactions of humic substances with organic -- ecotoxicants and their implementation for remediation technologies -- 10. Utilization of immobilized humic organic matter for in-situ -- subsurface remediation -- G. U. Balcke, A. Georgi, S. Woszidlo, F.-D. Kopinke and -- J. Poerschm ann 203 -- 11. The use of aqueous humic substances for in-situ remediation of -- contaminated aquifers -- D. R. Van Stempvoort, S. Lesage and J. Molson 233 -- 12. Advantages of in-situ remediation of polluted soil and practical -- problems encountered during its performance -- J. F. D e Kreuk 257 -- 13. Wastewater treatment using modified natural zeolites -- P. Princz, J. Olah, S. E. Smith, K. Hatfield and M. E. Litrico 267 -- Part 4. Impact of humic substances on physiological functions of living -- organisms and on microbial transformations of ecotoxicants -- 14. Mitigating activity of humic substances: direct influence on biota -- N. A. Kulikova, E. V. Stepanova and 0. V. Koroleva 285 -- 15. Cytogenetic effects of humic substances and their use for -- remediation of polluted environments -- A. Gorova, T. Skvortsova, I. Klimkina and A. Pavlichenko 311 -- 16. Influence of metal ions on the activity of soil humic-enzyme -- complexes -- S. Jorobekova, K. Kydralieva and E. Hudaybergenova 329 -- 17. Microbial redox reactions mediated by humus and structurally -- related quinones -- J. A . Field and F. J. Cervantes 343 -- 18. Enhanced humification of TNT bioremediation of contaminated soil -- and water in practice -- H . Thom as and A. Gerth 353 -- 19. Commercial humates from coal and their influence on soil -- properties and initial plant development -- O . S. Iakim enko 365 -- 20. Impact of humic substances on plants in polluted environments: -- implications for phytoremediation technologies -- M. M. Kharytonov, R. A. Karbonyuk and M. P. Bulgakova 379 -- Part 5. Quantifying structure and properties of humic substances and -- example studies on design of humic materials of the desired properties -- 21. Molecular level structural analysis of natural organic matter and -- of humic substances by multinuclear and higher dimensional NMR -- spectroscopy -- N . Hertkorn and A. Kettrup 391 -- 22. Understanding capillary electrophoretic separation processes to -- characterize humic substances and their interactions with -- pollutants -- Ph. Schmitt-Kopplin and A. Kettrup 437 -- 23. Ozone application for modification of humates and lignins -- M. M. Ksenofontova, A. V. Kudryavtsev, A. N. Mitrofanova, -- I. V. Perminova, A. N. Pryakhin, and V. V. Lunin 473 -- 24. Synthesis, metal-binding properties and detoxifying ability of -- sulphonated humic acids -- M. V. Yudov, D. M. Zhilin, A. P. Pankova, A. G. Rusanov, -- I. V. Perminova, V. S. Petrosyan and D. N. Matorin 485
Notes "NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Use of Humates to Remediate Polluted Environments : from Theory to Practice, Zvenigorod, Russia, 23-29 September 2002" - t.p. verso
On t.p.: "Published in co-operation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division"
Bibliography Includes bibliographic references and index
Credits On t.p.: "Published in co-operation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division"
Subject Pollution prevention -- Congresses.
Humates -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Hatfield, Kirk.
Perminova, Irina V.
Hertkorn, Norbert.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Public Diplomacy Division.
LC no. 2006382631
ISBN 1402032501 :