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Development of a phyto-stabilization strategy based on the optimization of endogenous vegetal species development on a former arsenic-bearing mine waste

Abstract : In order to promote the development of a vegetal cover on a dump of mining residues, endogenous plants that started to colonize the waste material were collected and identified. The strategy of remediation included the selection of amendments that could optimally promote plant growth and decrease the mobility and bio-availability of the main toxic elements present in the residue, i.e., arsenic, lead and barium.
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Hugues Thouin, Marie-Paule Norini, Pascale Gautret, Mikael Motelica-Heino, Fabienne Battaglia, et al.. Development of a phyto-stabilization strategy based on the optimization of endogenous vegetal species development on a former arsenic-bearing mine waste. 7th International Congress and Exhibition on Arsenic in the Environment, Jul 2018, Beijing, China. pp.481-482. ⟨insu-02541693⟩

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