By Herbert E. Allen, Chin-Pao Huang, George W. Bailey, Alan R. Bowers
Steel Speciation and infection of Soil offers an intensive assessment of the biogeochemical procedures governing the habit, delivery, and bioavailability of heavy metals in infected soils and indicates replacement techniques for potent remediation. this significant new booklet includes contributions from specialists in numerous disciplines who discover the problems from theoretical, experimental, and pragmatic views. subject matters comprise redox chemistry, kinetics of steel reactions, spectroscopic characterization of steel ion reactions at floor, modeling hydrologic shipping phenomena and colloid-associated delivery of metals during the soil profile to floor water, and remediation choices.
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49] indicating an increased cadmium uptake by corn shoots at elevated soil lead concentration. Haque and Subramanian  suggested that antagonism is due to competition for the same site of element; synergistic effects are then thought to be due to the damage caused by one of the various elements. One major adverse effect of dredged materials after land disposal relates to contamination of crops . Factors controlling plant availability are the nature and properties of the contaminant, of the soil/dredged material, and of the plant species.
Metal speciation and contamination of soil by Herbert E. Allen, Chin-Pao Huang, George W. Bailey, Alan R. Bowers