13 July 2008

Special issue: Biogeochemistry of toxic trace elements in water, soil and plants

International Journal of Environment and Pollution 33(2/3) 2008
  • Difference in the root structure of hyperaccumulator Thlaspi caerulescens and non-hyperaccumulator Thlaspi arvense
  • Heavy metal content in Thlaspi caerulescens J. et C. Presl growing on metalliferous and non-metalliferous soils in Central Slovakia
  • Cadmium and zinc in polluted mining soils and uptake by plants (El Losar mine, Spain)
  • Bleeding sap and leaves of silver birch (Betula pendula) as bioindicators of metal contaminated soils
  • Heavy metals in urban soils of Xuzhou (China), Part I: total concentration of heavy metals in soils
  • Plant diversity in relation to anthropogenic trace metals in soils of selected sites in Nigeria's Guinea Savanna
  • Spatial distribution and heavy metal content of some bryophytes and lichens in relation to air pollution in Nigeria's Guinea Savanna
  • The use of cypress tree bark as an environmental indicator of heavy metals deposition in Fuheis City, Jordan
  • Effect of arsenic on soil, plant and foodstuffs by using irrigated groundwater and pond water from Nadia district, West Bengal
  • Effect of old mining activities on nutrient and toxic elements concentration in the biomass of Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.) and European Birch (Betula pendula L.)
  • Concentrations of heavy metals in plants grown on polluted mining soils (Loma Charra mine, Spain)
  • Mercury contamination of surface water and fish in a gold mining region (Cuyuni river basin, Venezuela)
  • Cadmium in soil-plant systems: an overview
  • Phytofiltration of water polluted with arsenic and heavy metals
Submitted Papers
  • The use of the environmental Kuznets curve: environmental and economic implications
  • An empirical index to evaluate the sustainability of mining projects

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