Global Environmental Biotechnology

Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the International Society for Environmental Biotechnology

  • Donald L. Wise

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Metals: mine drainage, removal, toxicity

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Renu Bhagat, Sheela Srivastava
      Pages 3-7
    3. Suzana Trajanovska, Margaret L. Britz, Mrinal Bhave
      Pages 9-25
    4. Oleg Yuriev, Buem-Seek Park, Nina Simonov, Paul Chambers, Margaret L. Britz
      Pages 27-40
    5. R. W. Hammack, H. M. Edenborn, André L. De Vegt
      Pages 75-81
    6. Juanita C. Mamaril, Estela T. Paner, Bethsaida M. Alpante
      Pages 93-104
    7. Umay Şaplakoğlu, Tülay Çoban, Benay Can Eke, Mümtaz İşcan, Mesude İşcan
      Pages 105-109
    8. Christopher M. Silverio, Saturnina C. Halos, John C. Madgwick
      Pages 111-123
    9. A. Kapoor, T. Viraraghavan
      Pages 139-156
  3. Waste treatment/monitoring

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 171-171
    2. N. Hasirci, H. Akin, A. Bilokcuoglu
      Pages 181-197
    3. Gloria Sánchez, Eugenia J. Olguín, Gabriel Mercado
      Pages 199-209
    4. Armin Ebner, Ivàn Solar, Gonzalo Acuña, Ricardo Pérez-Correa, Eduardo Agosin
      Pages 211-220
    5. Harold Paján, Ricardo Pérez-Correa, Iván Solar, Eduardo Agosin
      Pages 221-232
    6. Eduardo Agosin, Ricardo Pérez-Correa, Mario Fernández, Iván Solar, Luciano Chiang
      Pages 233-243
    7. F. Spener, T. Huth-Fehre, M. Meusel, C. Zaborosch, C. Siegmann-Thoss
      Pages 267-282
    8. S. Vikineswary, K. Sanar Kumaran, S. K. Ling, N. Dinesh, Y. L. Shim
      Pages 301-305
    9. Jialin Wang, Fang Shi, Lixin Zhao
      Pages 307-310
    10. A. Yu. Fedorov, E. V. Volchenko, T. A. Romanova, I. N. Singirtsev, A. P. Gumenyuk
      Pages 311-317
  4. Bioremediation: In situ/Rectors/Basic Studies

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 319-319
    2. Jong Soo Cho, John T. Wilson, Frank P. Beck Jr., James A. Vardy, Woohee Choi
      Pages 321-339
    3. James J. Valdes, Michael T. Goode, Robert R. Brubaker, Vladimir L. Motin, William H. Boyleston, James P. Chambers
      Pages 341-345
    4. Don C. Haddox, Nancy E. Sauer, Teresa J. Cutright
      Pages 355-364
    5. S. Fiorenza, K. Balshaw-Biddle, D. F. Lowe, C. L. Oubre, C. H. Ward
      Pages 365-376
    6. John S. Hind, Joanne Jones-Meehan, Mary Beard, Kelly Pelovitz, Elizabeth Shinkman, William Jones
      Pages 377-387
  5. Biodegradation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 415-415
    2. Emmanuël Hellin, Hocine Ali-Khodja, Sébastien Deseveaux, Fabrice Vandermesse, Edmond-Jacques Nyns, Henry Naveau et al.
      Pages 417-436
    3. Saïd El Fantroussi, Jacques Mahillon, Henry Naveau, Spiros N. Agathos
      Pages 437-449
    4. R. Boopathy, J. Manning, C. F. Kulpa
      Pages 463-474
    5. Albert L. Juhasz, Grant A. Stanley, Brent Davey, Margaret L. Britz
      Pages 475-487
    6. Jürgen Klein
      Pages 489-504
    7. Dan Levanon, Segula Masaphy
      Pages 505-512
    8. U. Stottmeister, E. Weißbrodt, P. M. Becker, P. Kuschk, F. D. Kopinke, J. Pörschmann et al.
      Pages 519-535
    9. Marie-Josée Lévesque, Jean-Guy Bisaillon, Richard Villemur
      Pages 537-544

About this book


Environmental Biotechnology is an emerging field of scientific and technological investigations that is truly global. People around the world are now joined together by a common technical bond. Furthermore, popular recognition is high for the environmental problems being faced and solved by biotechnology methods. With a feeling of winning, but recognizing there is much work to be done, workers with in-depth experience in solving one problem in environmental biotechnology meet to learn from the background of other workers how they, too, are addressing and solving environmental problems.
This text includes papers from the third biennial meeting of the International Society for Environmental Biotechnology, the ISEB, held in Boston, Massachusetts, on the campus of Northeastern University. Technical oral presentations of state-of-the-art research were integrated with tutorials and workshops by practising technologists in the broad field of environmental biotechnology. This meeting was in every respect truly global. For example, presentations were heard from technical workers in Southeast Asia, Russia, China, Europe, North Africa, India, and the United States. By having these selected presenters, all participants benefited from this interactive symposium. Various persons of political stature were the keynote, banquet, and luncheon speakers; these social events further promoted informal exchange of ideas, discussions of technical problems, and exploration of new applications. This international symposium on environmental biotechnology was held on the campus of Northeastern University, but all Boston area universities were included and participated as conference Co-Chairs.
This symposium was considered a success because workers with experience in one area of environmental biotechnology learned from the wealth of established backgrounds of those in other areas of environmental biotechnology. To formally disseminate conference results, all technical presentations were reviewed for formal publication.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Donald L. Wise
    • 1
  1. 1.Center for Biotechnology EngineeringNortheastern UniversityBostonUSA

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1997
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-90-481-4836-3
  • Online ISBN 978-94-017-1711-3
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