Bioremediation of Groundwater and Soil in Urban Areas
Microbial activity definitely plays an important role in material cycles on the earth, especially in water and subsurface environments. Faeces and carcasses of animals and plants can be easily degraded by microorganisms in the natural environment. The natural environment of the earth is protected by microbial activity.
KeywordsVolatile Organic Compound Horizontal Well Anaerobic Degradation Subsurface Environment Aerobic Degradation
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