Phyto-management of contaminated land: science, technology and context

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Phyto-management of contaminated land: science, technology and context. / Vandenhove, Hildegarde; Lee Zhi Yi, Amelia.

Strategies and Practices in the Remediation of Radioactive Contamination in Agriculture: Report of a Technical Workshop Held in Vienna, Austria, 17–18 October 2016. STI-PUB-1904. ed. IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency, 2016. p. 71-74.

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Vandenhove, H & Lee Zhi Yi, A 2016, Phyto-management of contaminated land: science, technology and context. in Strategies and Practices in the Remediation of Radioactive Contamination in Agriculture: Report of a Technical Workshop Held in Vienna, Austria, 17–18 October 2016. STI-PUB-1904 edn, IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency, pp. 71-74. <https://www.iaea.org/publications/13444/strategies-and-practices-in-the-remediation-of-radioactive-contamination-in-agriculture>

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Vandenhove, H., & Lee Zhi Yi, A. (2016). Phyto-management of contaminated land: science, technology and context. In Strategies and Practices in the Remediation of Radioactive Contamination in Agriculture: Report of a Technical Workshop Held in Vienna, Austria, 17–18 October 2016 (STI-PUB-1904 ed., pp. 71-74). IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency. https://www.iaea.org/publications/13444/strategies-and-practices-in-the-remediation-of-radioactive-contamination-in-agriculture

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Vandenhove H, Lee Zhi Yi A. Phyto-management of contaminated land: science, technology and context. In Strategies and Practices in the Remediation of Radioactive Contamination in Agriculture: Report of a Technical Workshop Held in Vienna, Austria, 17–18 October 2016. STI-PUB-1904 ed. IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency. 2016. p. 71-74

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Vandenhove, Hildegarde ; Lee Zhi Yi, Amelia. / Phyto-management of contaminated land: science, technology and context. Strategies and Practices in the Remediation of Radioactive Contamination in Agriculture: Report of a Technical Workshop Held in Vienna, Austria, 17–18 October 2016. STI-PUB-1904. ed. IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency, 2016. pp. 71-74

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