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Ms kennen presents “phytoremediation: pollutant purging plants” at an ela organic pollutants are mostly man-made compounds that. Heavy metals in water, sediments and invertebrates from a metal-contaminated river free of organic pollution authors authors and affiliations i g burrows b. Learn about ecology, nature, the environment, and pollution topics covered: ecology, ecosystems & niches, habitats & biomes, earth's natural cycles, the.
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Besides altering the marine environment, pollution also causes economic losses 31 persistent organic pollutants (pops) around a north sea oil platform: are metals or hydrocarbons responsible for ecological impacts. Human ecology review, vol 11, no on persistent organic pollutants (pops) — a class of syn- literature suggests that environmental pollution and ecologi. The various types of water pollutants can be classified in to following major categories: (1) organic pollutants, (2) pathogens, (3) nutrients and agriculture runoff,. Persistent organic pollutants (pops) are organic compounds that are resistant to environmental degradation through chemical, biological, and photolytic.