Asweadvance further in the twenty-first century, understanding chemical, physical, and biological processes and mechanisms that affect trace element availability in soils will be important not only for environmental scientists and engineers but also for policy makers and regulatory agencies developing and reviewing standards and guidelines for protection of the environment. Attenuation of trace element availability will have important implications in reducing toxic risks but can have negative edaphic effects on micronutrient availability to plants as well. Natural Attenuation of Trace Element Availability in Soils is a collection of chapters by international researchers who describe various methods of...

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