Sustainable Range Management of RDX and TNT by Phytoremediation with Engineered Plants
Technical Report,01 Sep 2006,01 May 2016
University of California Los Angeles United States
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Decades of military activity on live-fire training ranges have resulted in the contamination of land and groundwater by recalcitrant high explosives, particularly TNT and RDX. Transgenic grass cultivars that provide resilience, rapid establishmentand good coverage have been developed for use on live-fire training ranges that remediate TNT and RDX contaminated soil.
- Solid Wastes and Pollution and Control
- Ammunition and Explosives