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P.G. Kougias, I.A. Fotidis, I.D. Zaganas, T.A. Kotsopoulos and G.G. Martzopoulos

-60. Chen Y., Cheng J.J., and Creamer K.S., 2008. Inhibition of anaerobic digestion process:Areview. Biores. Technol., 99, 4044-4064. Jung J.-Y., Chung Y.-C., Shin H.-S., and Son D.-H., 2004. Enhanced ammonia nitrogen removal using consistent biological regeneration and ammonium exchange of zeolite in modified SBR process. Water Res., 38, 347-354. KotsopoulosT.A.,Fotidis I.A.,TsolakisN., andMartzopoulos G.G., 2009. Biohydrogen production from pig slurry in a CSTR reactor system with mixed cultures under hyper-thermophilic temperature (70

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Khouloud Khachlouf, Houda Hamed, Radhouane Gdoura and Ahmed Gargouri

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Qiu Jue Wu, Qin Yu Wang, Tian Wang and Yan Min Zhou

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Abdel Wahab Mohamed Mahmoud, Asmaa Badr El-Din El-Attar and Abeer Abdel Mahmoud

. 2011. Influence of planting date on need protein, oil, sugars, minerals, and nitrogen metabolism in soybean under irrigated and non-irrigated environments. In American Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 2, no. 05, p. 702. BERNARDI, A.C.C. - WERNECK, C.G. - HAIM, P.G. - REZENDE, N.G.A.M. - PAIVA, P. R.P. - MONTE, M.B.M. 2008. Growth and mineral nutrition of Rangpur Lime rootstock cultivated in substrate with zeolite enriched with NPK. In Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 794-800. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0100

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Milena Kosiorek and Mirosław Wyszkowski

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Katharina Maria Keiblinger and Rosana Maria Kral

strong consequences on pest control, and its implications on soil functioning need to be considered. Agriculture is already suffering from more and more frequent storms and extreme weather events, which endanger the safety of crops and the planning of cultivation. 3 Improving soil structure and fertility and reducing GHG emissions with additives: lime, zeolites biochar, and nitrification inhibitors To improve soil structure and fertility, several soil additives such as lime, zeolites, biochar (BC), and nitrification inhibitors (NIs) are being used. These were

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Milena Kosiorek and Mirosław Wyszkowski

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The aim of the study was to determine the influence of increasing cobalt soil contamination (0 mg·kg−1, 20 mg·kg−1, 40 mg·kg−1, 80 mg·kg−1, 160 mg·kg−1, 320 mg·kg−1) after the application of neutralising substances on selected soil properties. In the soil without an addition of neutralising substances, the highest doses of cobalt caused the pH, total exchangeable bases, cation exchange capacity and the degree of base saturation to decrease and the hydrolytic acidity of soil to increase. Among the substances used, zeolite and calcium oxide (particularly) had the most advantageous influence on the analysed soil properties. They caused the pH, total exchangeable bases and cation exchange capacity to increase and the hydrolytic acidity to decrease. Among the other substances, it was charcoal that had the greatest influence on the soil properties, but the way it influenced the total exchangeable bases, the cation exchange capacity of soil and the degree of base saturation were opposite to the way calcium oxide influenced these properties.

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Grażyna Obidoska and Dorota Jasińska

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N Cvetkovic, B Adnadjevic and M Nikolic

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Joanna Fronczyk, Katarzyna Pawluk and Marta Michniak

.09.2002. (in Polish). ROY W. R., KRAPAC I. G., CHOU S. F. J., GRIFFIN R. A. 1992: Batch-Type Procedures For Estimating Soil Adsorption of Chemicals. U. S. Government Printing Office. EPA 542-F-01-005 2001: A Citizen's Guide to Permeable Reactive Barriers. U. S. Government Printing Office. FRONCZYK J. 2008: Zeolite-sand mixtures in permeable reactive barriers in landfill's surrounding. Doctoral thesis, Department of Geotechnical Engineering, WULS, Warsaw (in Polish). Road