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Metal Pollution in the Environment
Submission Deadline: April 15, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Giovanni DalCorso, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Biotechnology, University of Verona, Strada Le Grazie 15, 37134 Verona, Italy
Tel: (0039) 045 802 7950
Fax: (0039) 045 802 7929
Research interests: Phytoremediation; heavy metals; metal pollution; hyperaccumulation; plant genotype improvement; soil management; molecular biology; genetics
About This Topic
A variety of human actions, from industrial activities to farming and waste disposal practices result in contamination of soil and water. Accumulation of heavy metals and metalloids in soil bulks and hydric bodies shows detrimental effects on ecosystems, negatively influencing living organisms and human health. Soil and water remediation approaches can be subdivided into two main categories: conventional, which involve expensive activities on the contaminated substrate, or its disposal in designated areas; and alternative methods that benefits of plants and their associated microorganisms, exploited to reclaim polluted soils and waters. The aim of this Special Issue is to gather a variety of papers, which point to bio-based strategies adopted for environmental clean-up, considering all steps of the workflow, from on-site reclamation to eventual metal recovery from the contaminate biomass. Acceptable manuscripts include research articles, reviews, communications and technical notes, perspectives etc, and can span work at any scale, from molecular biology though to ecology. Free publication in 2021.
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