The Ecoremed protocol for an integrated agronomic approach to characterization and remediation of contaminated soils

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Massimo Fagnano *
Nunzio Fiorentino (Guest editors)
(*) Corresponding Author:
Massimo Fagnano | fagnano@unina.it

Abstract

Definition of a site as contaminated: Problems related to agricultural soils
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Geography of soil contamination for characterization and precision remediation of potentially contaminated sites
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Assessing the bioavailability of potentially toxic elements in soil: A proposed approach
Claudia Rocco, Diana Agrelli, Maria Tafuro, Antonio Giandonato Caporale, Paola Adamo.......... pp. 16-22


Use of the native vascular flora for risk assessment and management of an industrial contaminated soil
Donato Visconti, Nunzio Fiorentino, Adriano Stinca, Ida Di Mola, Massimo Fagnano.......... pp. 23-33


Assisted phytoremediation for restoring soil fertility in contaminated and degraded land
Nunzio Fiorentino, Mauro Mori, Vincenzo Cenvinzo, Luigi Giuseppe Duri, Laura Gioia, Donato Visconti, Massimo Fagnano.......... pp. 34-44


Bioassays for evaluation of sanitary risks from food crops cultivated in potentially contaminated sites
Luigi Giuseppe Duri, Nunzio Fiorentino, Eugenio Cozzolino, Lucia Ottaiano, Diana Agrelli Massimo Fagnano.......... pp. 45-52


Responses of bacterial community structure and diversity to soil eco-friendly bioremediation treatments of two multi-contaminated fields
Valeria Ventorino, Vincenza Faraco, Ida Romano, Olimpia Pepe.......... pp. 53-58


Monitoring and modelling the role of phytoremediation to mitigate non-point source cadmium pollution and groundwater contamination at field scale
Mario Palladino, Paolo Nasta, Alessandra Capolupo, Nunzio Romano.......... pp. 59-68


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