Bioavailability of Sodium and Trace Metals under Direct and Indirect Effects of Compost in Urban Soils

Bioavailability of Sodium and Trace Metals under Direct and Indirect Effects of Compost in Urban Soils

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Kargar, M., Grant Clark, O., Hendershot, W., Jutras, P., Prasher, S. 2016. Bioavailability of Sodium and Trace Metals under Direct and Indirect Effects of Compost in Urban Soils. Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 45, Number 3. Pages 1003-1012

chemistry, urban, Soil, Bioretention, Soil organic matter, lead, Toxicity, heavy metals

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/abstracts/45/3/1003

Urban soil contamination with sodium and other trace metals can contaminate groundwater and jeapordize street tree health. This study assessed the relationship between soil properties, compost addition, contamination level, and metal uptake by barley (Hardeum vulgare L.).

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