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Introduced organisms for subsurface bioremediation


, : Introduced organisms for subsurface bioremediation. Handbook of bioremediation: 227-244

The efficacy of introducing microorganisms into the subsurface environment to achieve bioremediation is discussed, with reference to the properties of the subsurface and the microorganisms which may influence their transport through geological material, their survival and their capacity to degrade contaminants.

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