Soil-biofilters for elimination of xenobiotics from wastewaters

Kai Bester, Daniel Schäfer, Niklas Janzen, Bernd Niederstrasser, Lamani Xolelwa, Xijuan Chen

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OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2009
StatusUdgivet - 2009
BegivenhedSETAC 2009 - Göteborg, Sverige
Varighed: 31 maj 20094 jun. 2009

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KonferenceSETAC 2009
LandSverige
ByGöteborg
Periode31/05/200904/06/2009

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wastewater
pesticide
surface water
soil
organophosphate
rainwater
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PAH
groundwater
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waste water

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Bester, K., Schäfer, D., Janzen, N., Niederstrasser, B., Xolelwa, L., & Chen, X. (2009). Soil-biofilters for elimination of xenobiotics from wastewaters. Poster præsenteret på SETAC 2009, Göteborg, Sverige.
Bester, Kai ; Schäfer, Daniel ; Janzen, Niklas ; Niederstrasser, Bernd ; Xolelwa, Lamani ; Chen, Xijuan. / Soil-biofilters for elimination of xenobiotics from wastewaters. Poster præsenteret på SETAC 2009, Göteborg, Sverige.
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Bester, K, Schäfer, D, Janzen, N, Niederstrasser, B, Xolelwa, L & Chen, X 2009, 'Soil-biofilters for elimination of xenobiotics from wastewaters' SETAC 2009, Göteborg, Sverige, 31/05/2009 - 04/06/2009, .

Soil-biofilters for elimination of xenobiotics from wastewaters. / Bester, Kai; Schäfer, Daniel; Janzen, Niklas; Niederstrasser, Bernd; Xolelwa, Lamani; Chen, Xijuan.

2009. Poster præsenteret på SETAC 2009, Göteborg, Sverige.

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPosterForskning

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