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    Author(s): R.S. Zalesny Jr.Jill Zalesny
    Date: 2010
    Source: Cities and the Environment Journal. 3(1): poster 25.
    Publication Series: Other
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Urban areas requiring remedial work has prompted the use of phytotechnologies to improve water quality, soil health, and biodiversity, as well as to achieve sustainable social and economic goals. Phytotechnologies directly use plants to clean up contaminated groundwater, soil, and sediment.

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    Zalesny, R.S. Jr.; Zalesny, J.A. 2010. Using phytotechnologies to remediate brownfields, landfills, and other urban areas. Cities and the Environment Journal. 3(1): poster 25.

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