Erik Meers
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Trace metal behaviour in estuarine and riverine floodplain soils and sediments: a review
G Du Laing, J Rinklebe, B Vandecasteele, E Meers, FMG Tack
Science of the total environment 407 (13), 3972-3985, 2009
Phytoremediation of contaminated soils and groundwater: lessons from the field
J Vangronsveld, R Herzig, N Weyens, J Boulet, K Adriaensen, A Ruttens, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 16 (7), 765-794, 2009
Comparison of EDTA and EDDS as potential soil amendments for enhanced phytoextraction of heavy metals
E Meers, A Ruttens, MJ Hopgood, D Samson, FMG Tack
Chemosphere 58 (8), 1011-1022, 2005
Phytoremediation prospects of willow stands on contaminated sediment: a field trial
P Vervaeke, S Luyssaert, J Mertens, E Meers, FMG Tack, N Lust
Environmental pollution 126 (2), 275-282, 2003
EDTA-assisted Pb phytoextraction
E Meers, M Qadir, P De Caritat, FMG Tack, G Du Laing, MH Zia
Chemosphere 74 (10), 1279-1291, 2009
The use of bio-energy crops (Zea mays) for ‘phytoattenuation’of heavy metals on moderately contaminated soils: a field experiment
E Meers, S Van Slycken, K Adriaensen, A Ruttens, J Vangronsveld, ...
Chemosphere 78 (1), 35-41, 2010
Potential of five willow species (Salix spp.) for phytoextraction of heavy metals
E Meers, B Vandecasteele, A Ruttens, J Vangronsveld, FMG Tack
Environmental and Experimental Botany 60 (1), 57-68, 2007
Phytoavailability assessment of heavy metals in soils by single extractions and accumulation by Phaseolus vulgaris
E Meers, R Samson, FMG Tack, A Ruttens, M Vandegehuchte, ...
Environmental and Experimental Botany 60 (3), 385-396, 2007
Phytoremediation for heavy metal‐contaminated soils combined with bioenergy production
L Van Ginneken, E Meers, R Guisson, A Ruttens, K Elst, FMG Tack, ...
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 15 (4), 227-236, 2007
Potential of Brassic rapa, Cannabis sativa, Helianthus annuus and Zea mays for phytoextraction of heavy metals from calcareous dredged sediment derived soils
E Meers, A Ruttens, M Hopgood, E Lesage, FMG Tack
Chemosphere 61 (4), 561-572, 2005
Accumulation of metals in a horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland treating domestic wastewater in Flanders, Belgium
E Lesage, DPL Rousseau, E Meers, FMG Tack, N De Pauw
Science of the Total Environment 380 (1-3), 102-115, 2007
Comparison of cadmium extractability from soils by commonly used single extraction protocols
E Meers, G Du Laing, V Unamuno, A Ruttens, J Vangronsveld, FMG Tack, ...
Geoderma 141 (3-4), 247-259, 2007
Enhanced phytoextraction: in search of EDTA alternatives
E Meers, M Hopgood, E Lesage, P Vervaeke, FMG Tack, MG Verloo
International Journal of Phytoremediation 6 (2), 95-109, 2004
Nutrient recovery from digestate: systematic technology review and product classification
C Vaneeckhaute, V Lebuf, E Michels, E Belia, PA Vanrolleghem, ...
Waste and Biomass Valorization 8 (1), 21-40, 2017
Effects of vegetation, season and temperature on the removal of pollutants in experimental floating treatment wetlands
AMK Van de Moortel, E Meers, N De Pauw, FMG Tack
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 212 (1-4), 281-297, 2010
Availability of heavy metals for uptake by Salix viminalis on a moderately contaminated dredged sediment disposal site
E Meers, S Lamsal, P Vervaeke, M Hopgood, N Lust, FMG Tack
Environmental Pollution 137 (2), 354-364, 2005
Phytoremediation, a sustainable remediation technology? Conclusions from a case study. I: Energy production and carbon dioxide abatement
N Witters, RO Mendelsohn, S Van Slycken, N Weyens, E Schreurs, ...
Biomass and bioenergy 39, 454-469, 2012
Chemically assisted phytoextraction: a review of potential soil amendments for increasing plant uptake of heavy metals
E Meers, FMG Tack, S Van Slycken, A Ruttens, G Du Laing, ...
International Journal of Phytoremediation 10 (5), 390-414, 2008
Growth and trace metal accumulation of two Salix clones on sediment-derived soils with increasing contamination levels
B Vandecasteele, E Meers, P Vervaeke, B De Vos, P Quataert, FMG Tack
Chemosphere 58 (8), 995-1002, 2005
Sorption of Co, Cu, Ni and Zn from industrial effluents by the submerged aquatic macrophyte Myriophyllum spicatum L.
E Lesage, C Mundia, DPL Rousseau, AMK Van de Moortel, G Du Laing, ...
Ecological engineering 30 (4), 320-325, 2007
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