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Amendment-induced immobilization of lead in a lead-spiked soil: Evidence from phytotoxicity studies
WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION, 140(1-4). p. 261-277
Journal Contribution2002
Amendment-induced immobilization of Pb in contaminated soils: effect on Pb, Cu, Zn, Cd, Ni, Fe and Mn extractability and phytotoxicity
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements: vol. 2. p. 314-315.
Proceedings Paper2003
Aspects of Pb phytotoxicity
Proceedings of extended abstracts of the 5th International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements,. p. 1154-1155.
Proceedings Paper1999
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
Evaluatie van de toxische en corrosieve effecten van waterstofchloride en waterstoffluoride concentraties in de omgevingslucht
Research Report2001
Evaluation of bio-indication methods using epiphytes by correlating with SO2-pollution parameters
The lichenologist, 33(3). p. 249-260
Journal Contribution2001
Evaluation of cyclonic ash, commercial Na-silicates, lime and phosphoric acid for metal immobilisation purposes in contaminated soils in Flanders (Belgium)
Journal Contribution2006
Evaluation of Pb remediated soils by means of different availability indices
Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment.
Proceedings Paper2000
Lead immobilization in lead contaminated soils
Proceedings of extended abstracts of the 5th International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements, Vienna, Austria, July 1999. p. 1016-1017.
Proceedings Paper1999
Long-term sustainability of metal immobilization by soil amendments: Cyclonic ashes versus lime addition
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 158(5). p. 1428-1434
Journal Contribution2010
Phytostabilisation of metal-contaminated sites
Morel, J-L. & Echevarria, G. & Goncharova, N. (Ed.) Phytoremediation of Metal-Contaminated Soils., p. 109-190.
Book Section2006
Phytostabilisation of metal-contaminated sites: phytoremediation of metal-contaminated soils
NATO ASI: vol. 5. p. 1-74.
Proceedings Paper2005
Potential Use of the Plant Antioxidant Network For Environmental Exposure Assessment of Heavy Metals in Soils
Journal Contribution2006
Remediation of Pb contaminated soils by phytoextraction and amendment induced immobilization : biological aspects
Theses and Dissertations2002
Selected bioavailability assays to test the efficacy of amendment-induced immobilization of lead in soils
PLANT AND SOIL, 249(1). p. 217-228
Journal Contribution2003
Soil-solution speciation of Cd as affected by soil characteristics in unpolluted and polluted soils
Journal Contribution2005
Toxiciteit, speciatie en meetmethodiek van zware metalen (Co, Cr, Mn) en metalloïden (As, Sb) in de omgevingslucht en deposities
Research Report2001
Transplanted lichens as biomonitors for atmospheric fluoride pollution near two fluoride point sources in Flanders (Belgium)
BELGIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY, 138(2). p. 141-151
Journal Contribution2005
Use of Soil amendments to attenuate trace element exposure: sustainability, side effects, and failures
Hamon, Rebecca (Ed.) Natural attenuation of trace element availability in soils, p. 197-223.
Book Section2002
Zn in the soil solution of unpolluted and polluted soils as affected by soil characteristics
GEODERMA, 136(1-2). p. 107-119
Journal Contribution2006
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