Volume 22, Issue 12, June 2015

Bioavailability - the underlying basis for Risk Based Land Management

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ISSN: 0944-1344 (Print) 1614-7499 (Online)

In this issue (71 articles)

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    Bioavailability - the underlying basis for Risk Based Land Management

    Towards bioavailability-based soil criteria: past, present and future perspectives

    Ravi Naidu, Rufus Channey, Stuart McConnell Pages 8779-8785
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    Assessing the bioavailability and bioaccessibility of metals and metalloids

    Jack C. Ng, Albert Juhasz, Euan Smith Pages 8802-8825
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    Assessment of bioavailability of heavy metal pollutants using soil isolates of Chlorella sp.

    Gummuluru S. R. Krishnamurti Pages 8826-8832
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    Effects of temperature and amendments on nitrogen mineralization in selected Australian soils

    Ramya Thangarajan, Nanthi S. Bolan Pages 8843-8854
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    Arsenic tolerance, uptake, and accumulation by nonmetallicolous and metallicolous populations of Pteris vittata L

    Fuyong Wu, Dan Deng, Shengchun Wu Pages 8911-8918
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    Grain yield and arsenic uptake of upland rice inoculated with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in As-spiked soils

    Fuyong Wu, Junli Hu, Shengchun Wu Pages 8919-8926
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    Managing long-term polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon contaminated soils: a risk-based approach

    Luchun Duan, Ravi Naidu Pages 8927-8941
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    Concomitant reduction and immobilization of chromium in relation to its bioavailability in soils

    Girish Choppala, Nanthi Bolan Pages 8969-8978
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    Influence of ageing on lead bioavailability in soils: a swine study

    M. A. Ayanka Wijayawardena, Ravi Naidu Pages 8979-8988
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