Bioremediation of Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems by Milton Fingerman, R. Nagabhushanam

By Milton Fingerman, R. Nagabhushanam

Bioremediation, using microorganisms to degrade, sequester, or get rid of environmental contaminants, is an pressing desire of our planet for cover and recovery from poisonous contaminants. This booklet not just offers innovative information regarding bioremediation of aquatic and terrestrial habitats, but in addition highlights the gaps in our wisdom of the topic. one of the themes lined during this quantity are those who care for petroleum spill bioremediation, bioremediation of heavy metals, and using genetically engineered microorganisms in bioremediation.

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