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Bioremediation by Sulfate Reducing Bacteria of Acid Mine Drainage Paul Frank UC Berkeley Department of Environmental Sciences Abstract Mining activity produces metal sulfide wastes particularly pyrite which remain in the mine long after operations
Bioremediation of Acid Mine Drainage Using Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria. U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The bioreactor was monitored from 1994 to 2005, and is still in place. The bioreactor was built within the mine shaft, providing a permeable organic substrate for sulfate reduction mediated by SRB.
Sulfate-reducing microorganisms play a vital role in the control and treatment of mine waste, generating alkalinity and neutralizing the acidic waste. The design of engineered sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) consortia will be an effective tool in optimizing degradation of acid mine tailings waste in
PbS and PbS/TiO2 nanoparticles were synthesized using biological sulphide produced by sulphate-reducing bacteria in batch and in a coupled bioremediation system (upflow anaerobic packed-bed
Keywords: acid mine drainage, heavy metals, metal-sulfides, wetlands, bioremediation, electron microprobe, bacterial sulfate reduction, sulfate-reducing bacteria Citation: Moreau JW, Fournelle JH and Banfield JF (2013) Quantifying heavy metals sequestration by sulfate-reducing bacteria in an acid mine drainage-contaminated natural wetland.
The biological-chemical method is based on the application of sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB). A sample of acid mine drainage from the abandoned and flooded deposit of Smolník located in Slovak republic was used in this study.
mine drainage contamination of a natural estuarine wetland for over a century. Keywords: acid mine drainage, heavy metals, metal-sulﬁdes, wetlands, bioremediation, electron microprobe, bacterial sulfate reduction, sulfate-reducing bacteria
12/3/2013 Quantifying heavy metals sequestration by sulfate-reducing bacteria in an Acid mine drainage-contaminated natural wetland. Moreau JW(1), Fournelle JH, Banfield JF. Author information: (1)School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne Parkville, VIC
1/4/2009 Sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) are often used in bioremediation of acid mine drainage because microbial sulfate reduction increases pH and produces sulfide that binds with metals. Mercury methylation has also been linked with sulfate reduction.
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