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TitleTypeIssue Date
Bioenergy to save the world - Producing novel energy plants for growth on abandoned land
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 15(3). p. 196-204
Journal Contribution2008
Cadmium exposure in the population: from health risks to strategies of prevention.
BIOMETALS, 25(5). p. 769-782
Journal Contribution2010
Can commercial silicates be applied for metal immobilization in contamined soils ?
8th International conference on the biogeochemistry of trace elements (ICOBTE), Adelaide, Australia, April 3-7, 2005. p. 276-277.
Proceedings Paper2005
Chemical and ecotoxicological effects of sediments disposed on river banks of Flemish watercourses
Proceedings of Consoil 2003.
Proceedings Paper2003
Chemically assisted phytoextraction: A review of potential soil amendments for increasing plant uptake of heavy metals
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHYTOREMEDIATION, 10(5). p. 390-414
Journal Contribution2008
Comparison of cadmium extractability from soils by commonly used single extraction protocols
GEODERMA, 141(3-4). p. 247-259
Journal Contribution2007
Comparison of EDTA and EDDS as potential soil amendments for enhanced phytoextraction of heavy metals
CHEMOSPHERE, 58(8). p. 1011-1022
Journal Contribution2005
Economic Viability of Phytoremediation of a Cadmium Contaminated Agricultural Area Using Energy Maize. Part I: Effect on the Farmer's Income
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHYTOREMEDIATION, 12(7). p. 650-662
Journal Contribution2010
Energiegewassen op landbouwgronden aangerijkt met zware metalen: onderzoek naar functionaliteitsherstel door middel van fytoextractie en/of biomassateelt als volwaardig alternatief voor klassieke landbouw
BeNeKempen.
Research Report2008
Energy crop production combined with phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils
Fate of pollutants in the plant/rhizosphere system: Fundamental aspects and their significance for field applications - Prospects and research needs, p. 63-64
Proceedings Paper2007
Evaluation of cyclonic ash, commercial Na-silicates, lime and phosphoric acid for metal immobilisation purposes in contaminated soils in Flanders (Belgium)
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 144(1). p. 32-39
Journal Contribution2006
Evaluation of hydroxyapatite as a metal immobilizing soil additive for the remediation of polluted soils. Part 1. Influence of hydroxyapatite on metal exchangeability in soil, plant growth and plant metal accumulation
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 104(2). p. 225-233
Journal Contribution1999
External benefit of phytoremediation: The marginal effect of potential CO2 abatement on the price of biomass.
International Phytotechnologies Conference, Parma, Italie, 26-29 September 2010
Conference Material2010
Field Evaluation of Willow Under Short Rotation Coppice for Phytomanagement of Metal-Polluted Agricultural Soils
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHYTOREMEDIATION, 15 (7), p. 677-689
Journal Contribution2013
Immobilization of trace metals and arsenic by different soil additives: Evaluation by means of chemical extractions
COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS, 30(3-4). p. 365-387
Journal Contribution1999
In situ fixation and phytostabilization of metals in polluted soils
Proceedings of SoilRem 2000 International Conference of Soil Remediation. p. 262-267.
Proceedings Paper2000
In situ immobilization of an old zinc-smelter site and in neighbouring kitchen gardens in Lommel (Belgium)
Proceedings of the Topical Days on Phytomanagement of Contaminated Environment. p. 63-66.
Proceedings Paper2000
In situ inactivation and phytoremediation of metl/metalloid contaminated soils: field experiments
Wise, D.L. & Trantolo, D.J. & Cichon, E.J. & Inyang, I.H. & Stotmeister, U. (Ed.) Bioremediation of contaminated soils, p. 859-884.
Book Section2000
In-situ reclamation techniques for heavy metal contaminated soils
Soil fertility, soil biology and plant nutrition interrelationships, p. 389-404.
Book Section1999
In situ remediation of metal contaminated soils: options and fundamental principles
Proceedings of extended abstracts of the 5th International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements. p. 212-213.
Proceedings Paper1999
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