Remediation of selenium contamination by plants and microbes: An annotated bibliography.
An annotated bibliography of recent developments in selenium remediation is given. Although many different approaches are considered, the most important processes concerning selenium removal from contaminated soils and waters appear to be microbial-induced chemical reactions that transform the existing selenium species into volatile compounds and accumulation by certain plants.
Florida Academy of Sciences
Carvalho, K.M., Gallardo, M.T., McGettigan, M.J. & Martin, D.F. (2000). Remediation of selenium contamination by plants and microbes: An annotated bibliography. Florida Scientist, 63, 133-141.
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