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ROLE OF ENZYMES IN THE REMEDIATION OF POLLUTED ENVIRONMENTS
(Chilean Society of Soil Science/Sociedad Chilena de la Ciencia del Suelo, 2010)
Pollution by hexachlorobenzene and pentachlorophenol in the coastal plain of São Paulo state, Brazil
Organochlorine compounds were dumped by chemical industries during the 1970s in many areas of the coastal plain of São Paulo state in Brazil. These dumps, located on hillsides and in valleys, in both rural and urban ...
Air pollution dispersion inside a street canyon of Göttinger Strasse (Hannover, Germany): New results of the analysis of full scale data
(Inderscience Enterprises, 2010-01)
This study analyses the interactions between pollutant concentrations inside a street canyon, and wind and traffic dispersive air motions. Air pollutant concentrations, meteorological parameters and traffic flow continuously ...
Spatio-temporal co-occurrence of hotspots of tuberculosis, poverty and air pollution in Lima, Peru
(BioMed Central, 2020)
Growing evidence suggests pollution and other environmental factors have a role in the development of tuberculosis (TB), however, such studies have never been conducted in Peru. Considering the association between air ...
Pollution: Incompatibilities between the legal and technical conceptsPoluição: Incompatibilidades entre conceitos legal e técnico
This paper presents the method, procedures and results obtained through the comparison between legal and technical of pollution terms. The purpose was to show if the correct or wrong forms wrote these concepts and to check ...
Sustainable clean-up technologies for soils contaminated with multiple pollutants: Plant-microbe-pollutant and climate nexus
Soil is a vital life supporting system of the Planet Earth. However, it has been estimated that around 25% the global soils are highly degraded and 44% are moderately degraded mainly due to the pollution of metals and ...
Signatures of Directional and Balancing Selection in the Silverside Basilichthys microlepidotus (Teleostei: Atherinopsidae) Inhabiting a Polluted RiverAtherinopsidae) Inhabiting a Polluted River
Currently environmental pollution is one of the most important factors affecting natural populations and acting as a strong selective pressure. Therefore, identifying genes and their alleles implied in population ...
The impact of Six Sigma in the performance of a Pollution Prevention program
(ELSEVIER SCI LTDLONDON, 2009)
The diffusion of Pollution Prevention faces organizational barriers as for instance resistance to change, insufficient support from decision-makers, unclear project leadership, insufficient employee accountability and ...
Electrochemical oxidation of wastewater containing aromatic amines using a flow electrolytic reactor
Aromatic amines are environmental pollutants and represent one of the most important classes of industrial and natural chemicals. Some types of complex effluents containing these chemical species, mainly those originated ...