By Ekambaram Padmini (auth.), David M. Whitacre (eds.)
RECT 206 edited through David Whitacre.- Forward.- Preface.- Physiological variations of under pressure Fish to Polluted Environments: function of warmth surprise Proteins by means of Ekambaram Padmini.- Phytoremediation: A Noble process for usage of Iron-Ore Wastes by way of Monalisa Mohanty, Nabin Kumar Dhal, Parikshita Patra, Biswesar Das and Palli Sita Rama Reddy.- Fugitive dirt and Human publicity to Heavy Metals round the pink puppy Mine by way of Elizabeth J. Kerin and Hsing ok. Lin.- A Profile of Ring-hydroxylating Oxygenases that Degrade fragrant pollution by way of Ri-He Peng, Ai-Sheng Xiong, Yong Xue, Xiao-Yan Fu, Feng Gao, Wei Zhao, Yong-Sheng Tian, and Quan-Hong Yao.- Environmental Implications of Oil Spills from delivery injuries by means of Justyna Rogowska and Jacek Namieśnik.- Water caliber in South San Francisco Bay, California: present situation and capability concerns for the South Bay Salt Pond recovery venture via J. Letitia Grenier and Jay A. Davis.- Index.
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1 Introduction Large amounts of toxic contaminants are being released to the environment around the globe from rapid urbanization and industrialization. Among such contaminants are industrial wastes and ore tailings that result from worldwide mining activities. In mining operations, during the processing of low-grade ores, significant quantities of wastes or tailings are produced. The overburden material (also known as “waste”), generated during surface mining of minerals, causes serious environmental hazards if surrounding flora and fauna are not properly protected.
1999, 2002; Johnson et al. 1992; Kumar and Singh 2004; Kumar et al. EPA 2003). In addition, the recycling of solid wastes, after removal of harmful contaminants and recovery of valuable components by simple physical beneficiation techniques, is also being utilized to reduce the impact of waste streams (Das et al. 2003; Kumar and Singh 2004). In addition to reducing the load of toxic components in waste streams, sensitive and robust eco-friendly tools that are capable of detecting the effects of toxic substances in complex aquatic ecosystems are also needed (Gustavson and Waengberg 1995).
However, further research results are needed to identify factors that affect what constitutes suitable plant species for remediation and what mine-tailings chemistry is most compatible for utilization of phytoremediation technologies. 6 Summary Large quantities of iron-ore tailings are being generated annually in the world from mining and processing of iron ores. It has been estimated that around 10–15% of the iron ore mined in India has remained unutilized and discarded as slimes during mining and subsequent processing.