Remediation-Strategies for Soil Pollution by csgirla

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REMEDIATION STRATEGIES FOR SOIL POLLUTION
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ABSTRACT
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INTRODUCTION

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MATERIALS AND METHODS

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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

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Heavy Metals Yes No Yes No

Petroleum Yes No No Yes

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CONCLUSION

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REFERENCES

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