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Record number 351455
Title Ripening of PAH and TPH polluted sediments : determination and quantification of bioremediation parameters
Author(s) Vermeulen, J.
Source Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Wim Rulkens, co-promotor(en): Tim Grotenhuis. - [S.l.] : S.n. - ISBN 9789085045779 - 166
Department(s) Environmental Technology
WIMEK
Publication type Dissertation, internally prepared
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) bioremediëring - sediment - verontreiniging - mineralisatie - mineraaloliën - polycyclische koolwaterstoffen - aardoliekoolwaterstoffen - bodemvorming - organisch bodemmateriaal - oxidatie - zwavel - degradatie - waterbodems - bioremediation - sediment - pollution - mineralization - mineral oils - polycyclic hydrocarbons - petroleum hydrocarbons - soil formation - soil organic matter - oxidation - sulfur - degradation - water bottoms
Categories Soil Pollution / Bioremediation
Abstract In this study, bioremediation parameters were determined and quantified for different clayey dredged sediments. The research described in this thesis increased the insight into the individual processes of physical ripening, biochemical ripening – including PAH and TPH degradation – that result from drainage of disposed water-logged sediments. This increased insight can be used to optimize conditions for ripening of dredged sediments at upland sediment disposal sites
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