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Tables of Contents for Biohydrometallurgy and the Environment Toward the Mining of the 21st Century
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Bioleaching
Past, present and future of biohydrometallurgy
3
10
Ehrlich, H. L.
Chemical and electrochemical basis of bioleaching processes
13
14
Hansford, G. S.
Vargas, T.
Direct versus indirect bioleaching
27
24
Sand, W.
Gehrke, T.
Jozsa, P.-G.
Schippers, A.
Direct versus indirect bioleaching
51
10
Tributsch, H.
The design of bioreactors
61
20
Rossi, G.
Present and future commercial applications of biohydrometallurgy
81
10
Brierley, J. A.
Brierley, C. L.
Bacterial succession in bioheap leaching
91
8
Brierley, C. L.
Semi-continuous bioleaching of heavy metals and trace elements from coal
99
10
Aller, A.
Cara, J.
Martinez, O.
Moran, A.
Mineralogical factors affecting arsenopyrite oxidation rate during acid ferric sulphate and bacterial leaching of refractory gold ores
109
10
Andrews, L.
Merkle, R. K. W.
Acid-bacterial leaching of pyrite single crystal
119
8
Aoki, A.
Adsorption of Bacillus subtilis to minerals: Effects on the flotation of dolomite and apatite
127
10
Zheng, X.
Arps, P. J.
Smith, R. W.
Bioleaching behaviour of chalcopyrite in the presence of silver at 35° and 68°C
137
12
Blazquez, M. L.
Alvarez, A.
Ballester, A.
Gonzalez, F.
Munoz, J. A.
Bioleaching of a copper sulphide flotation concentrate using mesophilic and thermophilic microorganisms
149
10
Rivera, R. E.
Ballester, Axs.
Blazquez, M. L.
Gonzalez, F.
Influence of thermophilic microorganisms on the electrochemical behaviour of pyrite
159
8
Gonzalez, J. L.
Ballester, A.
Blazquez, M. L.
Gonzalez, F.
Bioleaching of a cobaltiferous pyrite at 20% solids: A continuous laboratory-scale study
167
10
d'Hugues, P.
Cezac, P.
Battaglia, F.
Morin, D.
Superficial compounds produced by Fe(III) mineral oxidation as essential reactants for bio-oxidation of pyrite by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
177
10
Toniazzo, V.
Mustin, C.
Benoit, R.
Humbert, B.
Berthelin, J.
Comparison of chemical leaching and bioleaching of nickel from nickel hydroxide sludge
187
14
Chawakitchareon, P.
Thiravetyan, P.
Ngeimvijawat, T.
A comparison of the bacterial and chemical leaching of sphalerite at the same solution conditions
201
8
Driessens, Y. P. M.
Fowler, T. A.
Crundwell, F. K.
A kinetic study of the leaching of chalcopyrite with Sulfolobus metallicus
209
10
Howard, D.
Crundwell, F. K.
Comparative copper and zinc bioextraction at various stages of scale up using T. ferrooxidans consortium
219
10
Tipre, D. R.
Vora, S. B.
Dave, S. R.
Bioleaching of base metal sulphide concentrates. A comparison of Mesophile and thermophile bacterial cultures
229
10
Dew, D. W.
van Buuren, C.
McEwan, K.
Bowker, C.
Gold solubilisation by the cyanide producing bacteria Chromobacterium violaceum
239
8
Lawson, E. N.
Barkhuizen, M.
Dew, D. W.
A study of adaptation of native iron oxidizing bacteria to thiourea
247
10
Diaz, X.
Roldan, C.
Leaching of Turkish copper ore samples with Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
257
6
Dogan, M. Z.
Yuce, A. E.
Girgin, S.
Vanadium recovery from solid catalysts by means of thiobacilli action
263
10
Briand, L.
Thomas, H.
Vega, A. de la
Donati, E.
The role of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans in the bacterial leaching of zinc sulphide
273
10
Fowler, T. A.
Crundwell, F. K.
Oxidative dissolution of covellite by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
283
8
Monteiro, V. F.
Garcia Jr., O.
Tuovinen, O. H.
Oxidative dissolution of chalcopyrite by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
291
10
Bevilaqua-Mascarin, D.
Garcia Jr., O.
Tuovinen, O. H.
Biooxidation of an enargite-pyrite gold concentrate in aerated columns
301
8
Acevedo, F.
Canales, C.
Gentina, J. C.
Continuous biooxidation of a refractory gold concentrate
309
10
Gonzalez, R.
Gentina, J. C.
Acevedo, F.
Microbial leaching of uranium from flotation tailings in alkaline media
319
8
Groudeva, V. I.
Groudev, S. N.
Chalcopyrite leaching by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans: Effect of shock activation on chalocopyrite surface characteristics and copper solubilization
327
10
Guay, R.
Inal, O. T.
Toniazzo, V.
Mustin, C.
Sources of high cyanide consumption for a biooxidized refractory gold concentrate
337
10
Jones, L.
Hackl, R. P.
Leaching of harbour sediments by estuarine iron-oxidising bacteria
347
10
Crane, A. G.
Holden, P. J.
Mechanistic study of the pyrite-solution interface during the oxidative bacterial dissolution of pyrite (FeS2) by using electrochemical techniques
357
10
Cabral, T.
Ignatiadis, I.
Bioleaching of chalcopyrite concentrate by acidophilic thermophile Acidianus brierleyi
367
10
Konishi, Y.
Tokushige, M.
Asai, S.
Optimization of metal leaching efficiency of fly ash from municipal solid waste incineration by sulfur oxidizing bacteria
377
10
Krebs, W.
Bachofen, R.
Brandl, H.
Iron (II) oxidation kinetics in Thiobacillus ferrooxidans in the presence of heavy metals
387
10
Kupka, D.
Kupsakova, I.
Bioleaching of copper and cobal arsenic-bearing ores: a chemical and mineralogical study
397
8
Wiertz, J. V.
Lunar, R.
Maturana, H.
Escobar, B.
Laboratory biooxidation tests of arsenopyrite concentrate for the Tamboraque industrial plant
405
6
Loayza, C.
Ly, M. E.
Yupanqui, R.
Roman, G.
Bacterial oxidation of pure arsenopyrite by a mixed culture
411
12
Malatt, K. A.
Pyrite biooxidation: electrochemical and kinetic data
423
8
Mandl, M.
Zeman, J.
Bartakova, I.
Vesela, H.
The effect of ore mineralogy on the speciation of arsenic in bacterial oxidation of refractory arsenical gold ores
431
12
Nyashanu, R. M.
Monhemius, A. J.
Buchanan, D. L.
Modelling of bioleaching copper sulphide ores in heaps or dumps
443
10
Moreno, L.
Martinez, J.
Casas, J.
Biological leaching of copper mine residues by Aspergillus niger
453
10
Mulligan, C. N.
Galvez-Cloutier, R.
Renaud, N.
Selective biodissolution of calcium and iron from bauxite in the presence of Bacillus polymyxa
463
10
Deo, N.
Vasan, S. S.
Modak, J. M.
Natarajan, K. A.
Effects of solid particles on thermophilic bioleaching of sulphide minerals
473
10
Nemati, M.
Harrison, S. T. L.
Bioleaching of trace elements from U.S. coals by pyrite-oxidizing bacteria
483
10
Olson, G. J.
Tucker, L.R.
Clark, T. R.
Enhanced recovery of silver from Artivin-Kafkasor ore by microbial treatment
493
8
Salameh, M.
Ozcengiz, G.
Atalay, U.
Ozbayoglu, G.
Alaeddinoglu, G.
Design variables in high efficiency reactors for the biooxidation of ferrous iron in solution
501
10
Mazuelos, A.
Palencia, I.
Romero, R.
Rodriguez, G.
Carranza, F.
Process options in the treatment of a mixed atacamite, secondary copper sulphides mineral. Heap leaching and BRISA process
511
10
Carranza, F.
Romero, R.
Iglesias, N.
Palencia, I.
Interactions of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans with arsenite, arsenate and arsenopyrite
521
12
Cassity, W. D.
Pesic, B.
Study of the bioleaching of a nickel containing black-schist ore
533
10
Riekkola-Vanhanen, M.
Heimala, S.
Biohydrometallurgical process kinetics improvements through a combination of bioreactor design and biochemical environment modulation
543
8
Loi, G.
Trois, P.
Rossi, G.
Microcalorimetric determination of bioleaching activity and temperature dependence
551
8
Rohwerder, T.
Kahl, A.
Wentzien, S.
Sand, W.
Microorganisms of kaolins and their role in the processes of iron solubilization and transformation
559
10
Shelobolina, E. S.
Parfenova, E. Yu.
Avakyan, Z. A.
Use of the GEOCOAT™ process for the recovery of copper from chalcopyrite
569
8
Johansson, C.
Shrader, V. J.
Suissa, J.
Adutwum, K.
Kohr, W.
Some interface interactions during copper bioleaching in neutral or slighthy alkaline environment
577
10
Sklodowska, A.
Matlakowska, R.
The release of sulphidic minerals from aluminosilicates by Bacillus strains
587
10
Styriakova, I.
Styriak, I.
Kusnierova, M.
Biochemistry of sulfur extraction in bio-corrosion of pyrite by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
597
10
Rojas-Chapana, J. A.
Tributsch, H.
Kinetic analysis of pyrrhotite ore bioleaching by a sulfooxidans strain: Direct and indirect mechanism discrimination
607
10
Veglio', F.
Beolchini, F.
Nardini, A.
Toro, L.
Oxygen mass transfer requirements during ferrous iron oxidation by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans under controlled pH conditions
617
8
Veljkovic, V. B.
Savic, D. S.
Lazic, M. L.
Vrvic, M. M.
Effects of aeration intensity on pyrite oxidation by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
625
6
Savic, D. S.
Veljkovic, V. B.
Lazic, M. L.
Vrvic, M. M.
Bioleaching of mineral ores in a suspended solid bubble column
631
14
Garcia Ochoa, J.
Poncin, S.
Morin, D.
Wild, G.
Microbiology
Importance of microbial ecology in the development of new mineral technologies
645
12
Johnson, D. B.
Isolation and characterization of mineral oxidizing bacteria from the Obuasi gold mining site, Ghana
657
6
Asmah, R. H.
Bosompem, K. M.
Osei, Y. D.
Rodrigues, F. K.
Addy, M. E.
Clement, C.
Wilson, M. D.
Thiobacillus ferrooxidans binds specifically to iron atoms at the exposed edge of the pyrite crystal lattice
663
10
Blake II, R.
Ohmura, N.
Nickel-resistant bacteria from Cuban laterite soils
673
8
Gomez, Y.
Coto, O.
Capote, J.
Abin, L.
Perera, J.
Determination of sulfur and iron oxidation bacteria by the most probable number (MPN) technique
681
8
Escobar, B.
Godoy, I.
Comparison of the effects of temperature and pH on iron oxidation and survival of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans (type strain) and a Leptospirillum ferrooxidans-like isolate
689
8
Gomez, J. M.
Cantero, D.
Johnson, D. B.
Surface chemical and adsorption studies using Thiobacillus ferrooxidans with reference to bacterial adhesion to sulfide minerals
697
12
Das, A.
Rao, K. H.
Sharma, P.
Natarajan, K. A.
Forssberg, K. S. E.
Acidophilic sulphate-reducing bacteria: Candidates for bioremediation of acid mine drainage
709
10
Sen, A. M.
Johnson, D. B.
A novel metabolic phenotype among acidophilic bacteria: Aromatic degradation and the potential use of these organisms for the treatment of wastewater containing organic and inorganic pollutants
719
10
Hallberg, K. B.
Kolmert, A. K.
Johnson, D. B.
Williams, P.
Novel mineral-oxidizing bacteria from Monserrat (W.I.): Physiological and phylogenetic characteristics
729
12
Yahya, A.
Roberto, F. F.
Johnson, D. B.
Isolation and characterization of a marine iron-oxidizing bacterium requiring NaCl for growth
741
6
Kamimura, K.
Kunomura, K.
Sugio, T.
Optimization of the ferrous iron liquid growth medium for Thiobacillus ferrooxidans (DSM583) by the design of experiment (D.O.E.) methodology
747
10
Magnin, J. P.
Caire, J. P.
Ozil, P.
Extension of logarithmic growth of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans using potential controlled electrochemical cultivation system
757
10
Matsumoto, N.
Yoshinaga, H.
Ohmura, N.
Ando, A.
Saiki, H.
Growth of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans on hydrogen by the dissimilatory reduction of ferric iron under anaerobic conditions
767
10
Ohmura, N.
Matsumoto, N.
Sasaki, K.
Nagaoka, T.
Saiki, H.
Thiobacillus caldus and Leptospirillum ferrooxidans are widely distributed in continuous flow biooxidation tanks used to treat a variety of metal containing ores and concentrates
777
10
Rawlings, D. E.
Coram, N. J.
Gardner, M. N.
Deane, S. M.
Polythionate metabolism in Thiomonas intermedia K12
787
12
Wentzien, S.
Sand, W.
Microbial ecology assesment of a mixed copper oxide/sulfide dump leach operation
799
10
Bruhn, D. F.
Thompson, D. N.
Noah, K. S.
Author Index Part A
809
4
Author Index Part B
813
4
Subject Index Part A
817
4
Subject Index Part B
821
 
Molecular Biology
The molecular genetics of mesophilic, acidophilic, chemolithotrophic iron- or sulfur-oxidizing microorganisms
3
18
Rawlings, D. E.
Cloning of metal-resistance conferring genes from an Acidocella strain
21
8
Ghosh, S.
Mahapatra, N. R.
Banerjee, P. C.
Characterization of the genes encoding a cytochrome oxidase from Thiobacillus ferrooxidans ATCC33020 strain
29
10
Appia-Ayme, C.
Guiliani, N.
Bonnefoy, V.
Genetic tranfer of IncP, IncQ, IncW plasmids to four Thiobacillus ferrooxidans strains by conjugation
39
12
Liu, Z.
Borne, F.
Ratouchniak, J.
Bonnefoy, V.
Characterization and functional role of cytochromes possibly involved in the iron respiratory electron transport chain of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
51
8
Giudici-Oriticoni, M. T.
Leroy, G.
Toci, R.
Nitschke, W.
Bruschi, M.
The use of immunoelectron microscopy to analyze surface components of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans grown under different conditions
59
10
Coto, O.
Gomez, Y.
Varela, P.
Falcon, V.
Reyes, J.
Jerez, C. A.
Molecular characterization of a chemotactic receptor from Leptospirillum ferrooxidans
69
10
Delgado, M.
Toledo, H.
Jerez, C. A.
Protein genes from Thiobacillus ferrooxidans that change their expression by growth under different energy sources
79
10
Guiliani, N.
Jerez, C. A.
Strain diversity of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans and its significance in biohydrometallurgy
89
8
Kondratyeva, T. F.
Pivovarova, T. A.
Muntyan, L. N.
Karavaiko, G. I.
Purification and characterization of 3-isopropylmalate dehydrogenase of acidophilic autotroph Thiobacillus thiooxidans
97
8
Kawaguchi, H.
Inagaki, K.
Matsunami, H.
Nakayama, Y.
Tano, T.
Tanaka, H.
Biochemical basis of chromate reduction by Pseudomonas mendocina
105
10
Rajwade, J. M.
Salunkhe, P. B.
Paknikar, K. M.
Study of the proteins involved in the resistance of cadmium of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
115
6
Taira, M. C.
Reche, C.
Porro, S.
Alonso-Romanowski, S.
Side-directed mutagenesis of rusticyanin
121
8
Sasaki, K.
Ohmura, N.
Saiki, H.
Classification of rusticyanin genes from five different strain of T. ferrooxidans into two groups
129
10
Ida, C.
Sasaki, K.
Ohmura, N.
Ando, A.
Saiki, H.
The use of insertion sequences to analyse gene function in Thiobacillus ferrooxidans: a case study involving cytochrome c-type biogenesis proteins in iron oxidation
139
10
Holmes, D.
Jedlicki, E.
Cabrejos, M. E.
Bueno, S.
Guacucano, M.
Inostroza, C.
Levican, G.
Varela, P.
Garcia, E.
Comparative genomic characterization of iron oxidizing bacteria isolated from the Tinto River
149
12
Gonzalez-Toril, E.
Gomez, F.
Irazabal, N.
Amils, R.
Marin, I.
Biosorption
Biosorption for the next century
161
10
Volesky, B.
Biosorption of metals. The experience accumulated and the outlook for technology development
171
4
Tsezos, M.
Competitive biosorption of copper, cadmium, nickel and zinc from metal ion mixtures using anaerobically digested sludge
175
10
Artola, A.
Balaguer, M. D.
Rigola, M.
Activated sludge as biosorbent of heavy metals
185
8
Hammaini, A.
Ballester, A.
Gonzalez, F.
Blazquez, M. L.
Munoz, J. A.
Biochemical characteristics of heavy metal uptake by Escherichia coli NCP immobilized in kappa-carrageenan beads
193
8
Bang, S. S.
Pazirandeh, M.
Potentiometric titration: a dynamic method to study the metal-binding mechanism of microbial biomass
201
10
Naja, G.
Deneux-Mustin, S.
Mustin, C.
Rouiller, J.
Munier-Lamy, C.
Berthelin, J.
A bioelectrochemical process for copper ion removal using Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
211
8
Boyer, A.
Magnin, J.-P.
Ozil, P.
Sorption sites in dried leaves
219
8
Carvalho, R. P.
Guedes, K. J.
Krambrock, K.
Evaluation of potential use of immobilized Penicillium griseofulvum in bioremoval of copper
227
10
Shah, M. P.
Vora, S. B.
Dave, S. R.
Environmental protection from cadmium ions in liquid effuents by biosorption
237
8
Espinola, A.
Adamian, R.
Gomes, L. M. B.
Fungal biomass grown on media containing clay as a sorbent of radionuclides
245
10
Fomina, M. A.
Kadoshnikov, V. M.
Zlobenko, B. P.
Study of some biosorption supports for treating the waste water from uranium ore processing
255
10
Georgescu, P. D.
Udrea, N.
Aurelian, F.
Lazar, I.
Platinum recovery on chitosan-based sorbents
265
12
Guibal, E.
Larkin, A.
Vincent, T.
Tobin, J. M.
As(V) removal from dilute solutions using MICB (molybdate-impregnated chitosan beads)
277
12
Dambies, L.
Roze, A.
Roussy, J.
Guibal, E.
On the melanin and humic acids interaction with clay minerals
289
10
Kadoshnikov, V.
Golovko, N.
Fomina, M.
Zlobenko, B.
Pisanskaya, J.
Biosorption of rare earth elements
299
8
Korenevsky, A. A.
Sorokin, V. V.
Karavaiko, G. I.
An overview of the studies about heavy metal adsorption process by microorganisms on the lab scale in Turkey
307
10
Sag, Y.
Kutsal, T.
Interactions between marine bacteria and heavy meatals
317
10
Ivanitsa, V. O.
Vasilyeva, T. V.
Buchtiyarov, A. E.
Lindstrom, E. B.
McEldowney, S.
Biosorption of long-lived radionuclides
327
8
Lyalikova-Medvedeva, N.
Khijniak, T.
A novel mineral processing by flotation using Thiobacillus ferrooxidans
335
8
Nagaoka, T.
Ohmura, N.
Saiki, H.
Sorption of rare earth elements and uranium on biomass: A kinetic study of competition processes
343
8
Naja, G.
Peiffert, C.
Cathelineau, M.
Mustin, C.
Biosorption of heavy metal ions from aqueous and cyanide solutions using fungal biomass
351
12
Natarajan, K. A.
Subramanian, S.
Modak, J. M.
Development of microbial biosorbents: a need for standarization of experimental protocols
363
10
Paknikar, K. M.
Puranik, P. R.
Pethkar, A. V.
The behaviour of five metal biosorbing and bioprecipitaing bacterial strains, inoculated in a moving-bed sand filter
373
10
Pernfuss, B.
Ebner, C.
Pumpel, T.
Diels, L.
Macaskie, L.
Tsezos, M.
Keszthelyi, Z.
Glombitza, F.
Removal of nickel from plating rinsing water with a moving-bed sand filter inoculated with metal sorbing and precipitating bacteria
383
10
Pumpel, T.
Ebner, C.
Pernfuss, B.
Schinner, F.
Diels, L.
Keszthelyi, Z.
Macaskie, L.
Tsezos, M.
Wouters, H.
Adhesion of microorganism cells and jarosite particles on the mineral surface
393
6
Sadowski, Z.
Multi-component biosorption of lead, copper and zinc ions on R. arrhizus
399
10
Sag Y.
Kaya, A.
Kutsal, T.
Heavy metal ions removal by biosorption on mycelial wastes
409
10
Stoica, L.
Dima, G.
Cadmium removal by the dry biomass of Sargassum polycystum
419
10
Srikrajib, S.
Tongta, A.
Thiravetyan, P.
Sivaborvorn, K.
Modelling of fixed bed biosorption columns in continuous metal ion removal processes. The case of single solute local equilibrium
429
20
Hatzikioseyian, A.
Mavituna, F.
Tsezos, M.
Mechanism of palladium biosorption by microbial biomass. The effects of metal ionic speciation and solution co-ions
449
14
Remoudaki, E.
Tsezos, M.
Hatzikioseyian, A.
Karakoussis, V.
Biosorption of toxic metals by immobilised biomass and UF/MF membrance reactor
463
10
Veglio, F.
Beolchini, F.
Quaresima, R.
Toro, L.
Biosorption of Cd and Cu by different types of Sargassum biomass
473
10
Volesky, B.
Weber, J.
Vieira, R.
Removal and concentration of uranium by seaweed biosorbent
483
10
Yang, J.
Volesky, B.
Enhancement of gold-cyanide biosorption by L-cysteine
493
10
Niua, H.
Volesky, B.
Gomes, N. C. M.
Multimetal biosorption in a column using Sargassum biomass
503
10
Figueira, M. M.
Volesky, B.
Azarian, K.
Ciminelli, V. S. T.
Biosorption of free and complexed cadmium ions by Aspergillus niger
513
8
Rosa, L. H.
Pimentel, P. F.
Figueira, M. M.
Mendonca-Hagler, L. C. S.
Gomes, N. C. M.
Specific metal sequestering acidophilic fungi
521
12
Duran, C.
Marin, I.
Amils, R.
Bioremediation
Microbial leaching in environmental clean-up programmes
533
4
Bosecker, K.
Influence of bacteria and sulphite ions on the transformation of pyritic tailings: shake flask tests
537
10
Garcia, C.
Ballester, A.
Gonzalez, F.
Blazquez, M. L.
Development of a bioremediation process for mining wastewaters
547
12
Blumenroth, P.
Bosecker, K.
Michnea, A.
Varna, A.
Sasaran, N.
Biological treatment of acid mine drainage
559
10
Boonstra, J.
van Lier, R.
Janssen, G.
Dijkman, H.
Buisman, C. J. N.
Computer-munching microbes: metal leaching from electronic scrap by bacteria and fungi
569
8
Brandl, H.
Bosshard, R.
Wegmann, M.
Acid mine drainage (AMD) treatment by sulfate reducing bacteria
577
10
Estrada Rendon, C. M.
Amara, G.
Leonard, P.
Tobin, J.
Roussy, J.
Degorce-Dumas, J. R.
Natural attenuation study of the impact of AMD in the site of Carnoules
587
8
Leonard, P.
Estrada Rendon, C. M.
Amara, G.
Roussy, J.
Tobin, J.
Degorce-Dumas, J. R.
Bioremediation of cyanide leaching residues
595
12
Diaz X.
Caizaguno, R.
Heavy metals removal by sandfilters inoculated with metal sorbing and precipitating bacteria
607
10
Diels, L.
Spaans, P. H.
Van Roy, S.
Hooyberghs, L.
Wouters, H.
Walter, E.
Winters, J.
Macaskie, L.
Finlay, J.
Pernfuss, B.
Pumpel, T.
Removal of iron from silica sand: integrated effluent treatment by sulphate reduction, photochemical reduction and reverse osmosis
617
10
Dudeney, A. W. L.
Narayanan, A.
Tarasova, I. I.
Bioremediation of a soil contaminated with radioactive elements
627
8
Groudev, S. N.
Georgiev, P. S.
Spasova, I. I.
Komnitsas, K.
Effect of flooding of oxidized mine tailing on T. Ferrooxidans and T. Ferrooxidans and T. Thiooxidans survival and acid mine drainage production: A 4 year restoration-environmental follow-up
635
10
Guay, R.
Cantin, P.
Karam, A.
Vezina, S.
Paquet, A.
Remediation of phosphogypsum stacks. Field pilot scale application
645
10
Komnitsas, K.
Paspaliaris, I.
Lazar, I.
Petrisor, I. G.
Selection of remedial actions in tailings disposal sites based on risk assessment studies. Two case studies
655
10
Hallett, C.
Cambridge, M.
Komnitsas, K.
The application of sulphate-reducing bacteria in hydrometallurgy
665
8
Luptakova, A.
Kusnierova, M.
Biotransformation of oxidised anions by selected bacteria
673
8
Kasatkina, T.
Podgorsky, V.
Mikhalovsky, S.
Tashireva, A.
Lindstrom, E. B.
McEldowney, S.
Experiments for the cyanide biodegradation from industrial wastewater from the processing of gold bearing ores
681
6
Varna, A.
Michnea, A.
Gavra, A.
Biodegradation of some organic reagents from mineral process effluents
687
10
Deo, N.
Natarajan, K. A.
Rao, K. H.
Forssberg, K. S. E.
Kinetic studies on anaerobic reduction of sulphate
697
10
Moosa, S.
Nemati, M.
Harrison, S. T. L.
Removal and recovery of metal-cyanides from industrial effluents
707
10
Patil, Y. B.
Paknikar, K. M.
Reduction of soil pH using Thiobacillus cultures
717
8
Polumuri, S. K.
Paknikar, K. M.
Entrapment of particles from suspensions using Aspergillus species
725
6
Paknikar, K. M.
Rajwade, J. M.
Puranik, P. R.
Biological processes for thiocyanate and cyanide degradation
731
10
Rorke, G. V.
Muhlbauer, R. M.
Pilot experiments to reduce environmental pollution caused by acid rock drainage
741
8
Cosma, N.
Sasaran, N.
Kovacs, Zs. M.
Jelea, M.
Popa, M.
Nagy, A.-A.
Gavra, A.
Sand, W.
Schippers, A.
Jozsa, P.-G.
Saheli, H.
Gock, E.
Large-scale experiments for safe-guarding mine waste and preventing acid rock drainage
749
10
Jozsa, P-G.
Schippers, A.
Cosma, N.
Sasaran, N.
Kovacs, Zs. M.
Jelea, M.
Michnea, A. M.
Sand, W.
Sulphate reduction optimization in the presence of Desulfotomaculum Acetoxidans and Desulfobacter postgatei species. Application of factorial design and factorial correspondance analysis methods
759
10
Crine, M.
Sbai, M. L.
Bouayad, J.
Skalli, A.
Study of the conditions of forming environmentaly sound insoluble arseniferrous products in the course of biohydrometallurgical processing of gold-arsenic concentrates
769
10
Sedelnikova, G. V.
Aslanukov, R. Ya.
Savari, E. E.
Transformation of arsenic and tellurium in solution by fungi
779
10
Solozhenkin, P. M.
Nebera, V. P.
Medvedeva-Lyalikova, N. N.
Bioprecipitation of copper from a leaching solution by a moderately thermophilic iron-oxidizing bacterium
789
10
Sugio, T.
Matsumoto, K.
Takai, M.
Wakasa, S.
Sogawa, T.
Kamimura, K.
Recycling CIP process water to bacterial oxidation circuits via a thiocyanate degrading bioreactor
799
10
Watling, H. R.
Quan, L.
Williams, T.
Stott, M. B.
Clark, B. J.
Miller, P. C.
Houchin, M. R.
Franzmann, P. D.
Bacterial degradation of thiocyanate in saline process water
809
10
Stott, M. B.
Zappia, L. R.
Franzmann, P. D.
Miller, P. C.
Watling, H. R.
Houchin, M. R.
Degradation of thiocyanate by immobilized cells of mixed and pure cultures
819
6
Rosa, L. H.
Souza-Fagundes, E. M.
Santos, M. H.
Dias, J. C. T.
Pimentel, P. F.
Gomes, N. C. M.
Author Index Part B
825
4
Author Index Part A
829
4
Subject Index Part B
833
6
Subject Index Part A
839