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Relationship between mobility of heavy metals and humic acid characteristics in two soils treated with sewage sludges






El estudio del suelo y de su degradacion en relacion con la desertificacion Actas del 12 Congreso Latinoamericano de la Ciencia del Suelo, Salamanca, Sevilla Espana 19 a 26 de Septiembre de 1993: 636-640

Relationship between mobility of heavy metals and humic acid characteristics in two soils treated with sewage sludges

The physico-chemical characteristics of the humic acids of two soils (Typic Haploxeralf and Typic Chromoxerert) of different texture from Toledo, Spain, previously treated with sewage sludges at a rate of 60 t/ha and incubated for six months, were correlated with the amounts of heavy metals extracted with water and DTPA.

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