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In Situ Stimulation of Aerobic PCB Biodegradation in Hudson River Sediments

A 73-day field study of in situ aerobic biodegradation of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in the Hudson River shows that indigenous aerobic microorganisms can degrade the lightly chlorinated PCBs present in these sediments. Addition of inorganic nutrients, biphenyl, and oxygen enhanced PCB... Full description

1st Person: Harkness, M. R.
Additional Persons: McDermott, J. B. verfasserin; Abramowicz, D. A. verfasserin; Salvo, J. J. verfasserin; Flanagan, W. P. verfasserin; Stephens, M. L. verfasserin; Mondello, F. J. verfasserin; May, R. J. verfasserin; Lobos, J. H. verfasserin; Carroll, K. M. verfasserin; Brennan, M. J. verfasserin; Bracco, A. A. verfasserin; Fish, K. M. verfasserin; Warner, G. L. verfasserin; Wilson, P. R. verfasserin; Dietrich, D. K. verfasserin; Lin, D. T. verfasserin; Morgan, C. B. verfasserin; Gately, W. L. verfasserin
Source: in Science Vol. 259, No. 5094 (1993), p. 503-507
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1993
Keywords: research-article
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