Mycoremediation: Fungal Bioremediation

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Wiley, Nov 17, 2006 - Science - 608 pages
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The first encyclopedic examination of the application of fungi in bioremediation, this book gives an overview of the science today and covers all aspects of this multidisciplinary field. It provides a solid foundation in the fundamentals and progresses to practical applications. It features step-by-step guidance for a myriad of effective techniques to identify, select, and apply fungi towards the remediation of contaminated sites.

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HARBHAJAN SINGH has a PhD in environmental engineering and is also a Registered Environmental Professional (REP) by the National Registry of Environmental Professionals. He currently works as an Environmental Engineer at the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Atlanta, Georgia. He has extensive experience on various aspects of mycoremediation, including fungal metabolism, ecology, biotechnology, and bioreactors and is a member of the International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation Society, International Water Association, and Mycological Society of America.

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