Further Readings

1. M. B. McBride, Environmental Chemistry of Soils (New York: Oxford University Press, 1994).

2. P. S. Phillips and N. P. Freestone, "Managing Waste—The Role of Landfill," Education in Chemistry (January 1997): 11.

3. F. Pearce, "Burn Me," New Scientist (22 November 1997): 31.

4. B. Piasecki et al., "Is Combustion of Plastics Desirable?" American Scientist 86 (1998): 3645. K. Tuppurainen et al., "Formation of PCDDs and PCDFs in Municipal Waste Incineration and Its Inhibition Mechanisms: A Review," Chemo-sphere 36 (1998): 1493.

6. T. E. McKone and S. K. Hammond, "Managing the Health Impacts of Waste Incineration," Environmental Science and Technology (1 September 2000): 380A.

7. R. Brown et al., "Bioremediation," Pollution Engineering (October 1999): 26.

8. M. E. Watanabe, "Phytoremediation on the Brink of Commercialization," Environmental Science and Technology 31 (1997): 182A.

9. P. B. A. Kumar et al., "Phytoextraction:

The Use of Plants to Remove Heavy Metals from Soils," Environmental Science and Technology 29 (1995): 1232.

10. D. A. Wolfe et al., "The Fate of the Oil Spilled from the Exxon Valdez," Environmental Science and Technology 28 (1994): 561A-568A.

11. F. Pearce, "Tails of Woe," New Scientist (11 November 2000): 46.

12. M. L. Hitchman et al., "Disposal Methods for Chlorinated Aromatic Waste," Chemical Society Review (1995): 423.

13. D. Simonsson, "Electrochemistry for a Cleaner Environment," Chemical Society Reviews 26(1997): 181,

14. D. Amarante, "Applying in Situ Chemical Oxidation," Pollution Engineering (February 2000): 40.

15. H. Black, "The Hottest Thing in Remediation," Environmental Health Perspectives 110 (2002): A146.

16. D. M. Roundhill, "Novel Strategies for the Removal of Toxic Metals from Soils and Waters," Journal of Chemical Education 81 (2004): 275.

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