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Assessment and potential for phyto-and-mycorremediation of soil heavy metal pollution in southern New Jersey (USA)

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Assessment and potential for phyto-and-mycorremediation of soil heavy metal pollution in southern New Jersey (USA)
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Cook
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Zachary
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1992-
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Zachary Cook
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Daniel Shain
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John
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Savage
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Jennifer
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Jennifer Oberle
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Rutgers University
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Camden Graduate School
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Two studies were performed and are presented in this thesis. The first study (Chapter I) involves the characterization of soils in Southern New Jersey. This was performed with the creation of an urban-rural sampling gradient which starts in city of Camden and extends to Salem county. The physiochemical properties and four heavy metal concentrations Zinc (Zn), Copper (Cu), Lead (Pb), and Iron (Fe) were determined from soil samples collected along this urban-rural sampling gradient. The urban soil Zn, Cu, Pb, and Fe concentrations were averaged and used to conduct the second study (Chapter II). The second study tests the phytoremediation potential of two plant species, Trifolium repens (white clover) and Panicum virgatum (switch grass) with a mycorrhizal inoculum.
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Biology
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Soils -- Heavy metal content
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M.S.
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by Zachary Cook
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ETD graduate
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