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Title Molecular environmental soil science / Jianming Xu, Donald L. Sparks, editors.
Imprint Dordrecht : Springer, 2013.

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Series Progress in soil science
Progress in soil science.
Subject Soil science -- Congresses.
Molecular microbiology -- Congresses.
Alt Name Xu, Jianming,
Sparks, Donald L., 1953-
International Symposium of Molecular Environmental Soil Science at the Interfaces in the Earth's Critical Zone (2009 : Hangzhou)
Add Title International symposium of molelular environmental soil science
Description 1 online resource (x, 490 pages) : illustrations.
Note Symposium held in Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, on October 10-14, 2009.
Bibliography Note With bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book focuses on the Critical Zone supporting life at the Earth's surface with emphasis on the new and emerging subject area of molecular environmental soil science. Advances in research methodology, and the use of synchrotron radiation in particular, are extensively reviewed. The role of microbes and biomolecules in mineral transformations, metal cycling, and the degradation of natural and anthropogenic organic compounds are also highlighted. The book is unique because it integrates a number of key contributions from traditionally separate disciplines. It also adds an important, and much needed, molecular dimension to an area of science that has traditionally been viewed on larger scales. The book identifies knowledge gaps, provides future research directions and addresses advances in research and education at molecular level. in this extremely important and challenging area of science for years to come. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Project Committee noted that the Conference, on which the book is based, identifies and builds on the need to view and understand the Critical Zone at the molecular level. The book will be an invaluable reference for researchers, students and professionals in this field of work.
Contents Soil Microbial Processes. The Sorption Behavior and Bioavailability of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in Soils / Jianming Xu, Tahir Hayat and Na Ding -- Microbial Extracellular Enzymes and the Degradation of Natural and Synthetic Polymers in Soil / Richard G. Burns -- Structure, Biological Activity and Environmental Fate of Insecticidal Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) Cry Proteins of Bacterial and Genetically Modified Plant Origin / Nordine Helassa, Herve Quiquampoix and Siobhan Staunton -- The Role of Bacteria and Archaea in Nitrification, Nitrate Leaching and Nitrous Oxide Emissions in Nitrogen-Rich Grassland Soils / Hong J. Di, Keith C. Cameron, Ju-Pei Shen [and others] -- Heavy Metals in Soil -- Advances in the Use of Synchrotron Radiation to Elucidate Environmental Interfacial Reaction Processes and Mechanisms in the Earth's Critical Zone / Donald L. Sparks -- Microbial Roles in Mineral Transformations and Metal Cycling in the Earth's Critical Zone / Geoffrey Michael Gadd -- Role of Biomolecules in Influencing Transformation Mechanisms of Metals and Metalloids in Soil Environments / Antonio Violante, J. Zhu, M. Pigna [and others] -- Interaction between Heavy Metals and Variable Charge Surfaces / Ren-kou Xu -- Adsorption and Diffusion Processes in Soil -- The Electrostatic Field Effect from Surface Charges on Ion Diffusion/Adsorption in Soil / Hang Li, Rui Li, Xinmin Liu and Jie Hou -- Effects of "Aging" on Bioreactive Chemical Retention, Transformation, and Transport in Soil / William C. Koskinen and H.H. Cheng -- Sorption Comparison between Pharmaceuticals and Hydrophobic Organic Chemicals in Soils and Sediments / Bo Pan and Baoshan Xing -- Adsorption of Dissolved Organic Compounds by Black Carbon / Joseph J. Pignatello -- Soil Management -- Subsurface Soil Acidification in Farming Systems: Its Possible Causes and Management Options / Caixian Tang, Chandrakumara Weligama and Peter Sale -- Microbial Indicators of Soil Quality in Upland Soils / Philip C. Brookes, Juan C. Aciego Pietri, Yuping Wu and Jianming Xu -- Impacts of Agricultural Management Practices on Soil Quality / Bocar Ahamadou and Qiaoyun Huang.
Part I. Soil Microbial Processes -- Part II. Heavy Metals in Soil -- Part III. Adsorption and Diffusion Processes in Soil -- Part IV. Soil Management.
ISBN 9789400741775 (ebook)
9400741774 (ebook)
9789400741768 (print)
9400741766 (print)
OCLC # 868130687
Additional Format Print version: International Symposium of Molecular Environmental Soil Science at the Interfaces in the Earth's Critical Zone (ISMESS2009) (2009 : Zhejiang University). Molecular environmental soil science. Dordrecht, [Netherlands] : Springer, 2014 x, 490 pages Progress in soil science. 9789400741768


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