Contamination of the environment is of enormous economic and environmental significance. This book reviews the latest research on the harnessing of biotechnology to decontaminate the environment. Internationally acclaimed authors from diverse fields present comprehensive reviews of the most important and well-established solutions to environmental contamination. The limitations as well as the future potential of these practices are critically highlighted. The book also includes stimulating reviews of selected practices which are either novel or the subject of some debate in bioremediation research and practice. This is essential reading for bioremediation researchers and practitioners who wish to look beyond current practice and explore new avenues that may ultimately change the way in which bioremediation is conducted, monitored and studied.
Publication Date: 3/1/2003
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