Volume 26, Issue 4, February 2019

Contaminated Sites, Waste Management and Green Chemistry: New Challenges from Monitoring to Remediation (pp. 3095-3207)

ISSN: 0944-1344 (Print) 1614-7499 (Online)

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    Contaminated sites, waste management and green chemistry: New challenges from monitoring to remediation

    Factors influencing mercury uptake by leaves of stone pine (Pinus pinea L.) in Almadén (Central Spain)

    José Ignacio Barquero, Sofía Rojas Pages 3129-3137
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    Contaminated sites, waste management and green chemistry: New challenges from monitoring to remediation

    Mercury species accumulation and distribution in Typha domingensis under real field conditions (Almadén, Spain)

    Miguel Ángel Lominchar, María José Sierra Pages 3138-3144
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    Contaminated sites, waste management and green chemistry: New challenges from monitoring to remediation

    Heterogeneous electro-Fenton catalyst for 1-butylpyridinium chloride degradation

    Jessica Meijide, Marta Pazos Pages 3145-3156
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    Contaminated sites, waste management and green chemistry: New challenges from monitoring to remediation

    Effect of pH on hexavalent and total chromium removal from aqueous solutions by avocado shell using batch and continuous systems

    Erick Aranda-García Pages 3157-3173
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    Contaminated sites, waste management and green chemistry: New challenges from monitoring to remediation

    Synthesis of rigid polyurethane foams from phosphorylated biopolyols

    Juan Carlos de Haro, Daniel López-Pedrajas Pages 3174-3183
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    Contaminated sites, waste management and green chemistry: New challenges from monitoring to remediation

    Coupling population dynamics with earth system models: the POPEM model

    Andrés Navarro, Raúl Moreno Pages 3184-3195
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    Contaminated sites, waste management and green chemistry: New challenges from monitoring to remediation

    Environmental assessment in health care organizations

    Isabel Romero, María Carmen Carnero Pages 3196-3207
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