Bioremediation thesis pdf

Hydrocarbon biodegradation in soil can be limited by many factors, including nutrients, pH, temperature, moisture, oxygen,soil properties and contaminant presence (Atagana 2008, Al Sulaimani 2010; Bundy et al., 2002). Biostimulation involves the modification of the environment to stimulate existing bacteria capable of bioremediation. This can be done by addition of various forms of limiting nutrients and electron acceptors, such as phosphorus, nitrogen, oxygen, or carbon (. in the form of molasses), which are otherwise available in quantities low enough to constrain microbial activity (Elektorowicz, 1994; Piehler et al., 1999; Rhykerd et al., 1999).

Bioremediation thesis pdf

bioremediation thesis pdf

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