Publicaciones Científicas- 2014

First blog post

Martínez-Fernández, D., Arco-Lázaro, E., Bernal, M.P., Clemente, R. (2014)
Comparison of compost and humic fertiliser effects on growth and trace elements accumulation of native plant species in a mine soil phytorestoration experiment.  
Ecological Engineering, 73, pp. 588-597.

Mengual, C., Roldán, A., Caravaca, F., Schoebitz, M. .(2014)
Advantages of inoculation with immobilized rhizobacteria versus amendment with olive-mill waste in the afforestation of a semiarid area with Pinus halepensis Mill.
Ecological Engineering, 73, pp. 1-8.

Tortosa, G., Alburquerque, J.A., Bedmar, E.J., Ait-Baddi, G., Cegarra, J. (2014)
Strategies to produce commercial liquid organic fertilisers from "alperujo" composts.
Journal of Cleaner Production, 82, pp. 37-44.

de la Fuente, C., Pardo, T., Alburquerque, J.A., Martínez-Alcalá, I., Bernal, M.P., Clemente, R. (2014)
Assessment of native shrubs for stabilisation of a trace elements-polluted soil as the final phase of a restoration process.
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 196, pp. 103-111.

Pardo, T., Clemente, R., Epelde, L., Garbisu, C., Bernal, M.P. (2014)
Evaluation of the phytostabilisation efficiency in a trace elements contaminated soil using soil health indicators.
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 268, pp. 68-76.

Beesley, L., Inneh, O.S., Norton, G.J., Moreno-Jimenez, E., Pardo, T., Clemente, R., Dawson, J.J.C. (2014)
Assessing the influence of compost and biochar amendments on the mobility and toxicity of metals and arsenic in a naturally contaminated mine soil.
Environmental Pollution, 186, pp. 195-202.

Schoebitz, M., C. Mengual, and A. Roldán. 2014.
"Combined Effects of Clay Immobilized Azospirillum Brasilense and Pantoea Dispersa and Organic Olive Residue on Plant Performance and Soil Properties in the Revegetation of a Semiarid Area."
Science of the Total Environment 466-467: 67-73.

Caravaca, F. and L. Ruess. 2014.
"Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and their Associated Microbial Community Modulated by Collembola Grazers in Host Plant Free Substrate."
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 69: 25-33.


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