Carlos Garbisu
Carlos Garbisu
Scientific Director, NEIKER
Verified email at neiker.net
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Phytoextraction: a cost-effective plant-based technology for the removal of metals from the environment
C Garbisu, I Alkorta
Bioresource technology 77 (3), 229-236, 2001
12042001
Recent findings on the phytoremediation of soils contaminated with environmentally toxic heavy metals and metalloids such as zinc, cadmium, lead, and arsenic
I Alkorta, J Hernández-Allica, JM Becerril, I Amezaga, I Albizu, C Garbisu
Reviews in Environmental Science and Biotechnology 3 (1), 71-90, 2004
6892004
Industrial applications of pectic enzymes: a review
I Alkorta, C Garbisu, MJ Llama, JL Serra
Process Biochemistry 33 (1), 21-28, 1998
5951998
Phytoremediation of organic contaminants in soils
I Alkorta, C Garbisu
Bioresource technology 79 (3), 273-276, 2001
5692001
Basic concepts on heavy metal soil bioremediation
C Garbisu, I Alkorta
ejmp & ep (European Journal of Mineral Processing and Environmental …, 2003
3032003
Phytoremediation: a technology using green plants to remove contaminants from polluted areas
C Garbisu, JH Allica, O Barrutia, I Alkorta, JM Becerril
Reviews on environmental health 17 (3), 173-188, 2002
2222002
Aerobic chromate reduction by Bacillus subtilis
C Garbisu, I Alkorta, MJ Llama, JL Serra
Biodegradation 9 (2), 133-141, 1998
2221998
Chelate-enhanced phytoremediation of soils polluted with heavy metals
I Alkorta, J Hernández-Allica, JM Becerril, I Amezaga, I Albizu, M Onaindia, ...
Reviews in Environmental Science and Biotechnology 3 (1), 55-70, 2004
2212004
Effects of fertilization and tillage on soil biological parameters
I Mijangos, R Pérez, I Albizu, C Garbisu
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 40 (1), 100-106, 2006
2202006
Soil enzyme activities as biological indicators of soil health
I Alkorta, A Aizpurua, P Riga, I Albizu, I Amézaga, C Garbisu
Reviews on environmental health 18 (1), 65-73, 2003
2132003
Vegetation diversity and vertical structure as indicators of forest disturbance
M Onaindia, I Dominguez, I Albizu, C Garbisu, I Amezaga
Forest Ecology and Management 195 (3), 341-354, 2004
2082004
Relationship between vegetation diversity and soil functional diversity in native mixed-oak forests
G Rodriguez-Loinaz, M Onaindia, I Amezaga, I Mijangos, C Garbisu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (1), 49-60, 2008
1972008
Tebuconazole application decreases soil microbial biomass and activity
B Muñoz-Leoz, E Ruiz-Romera, I Antigüedad, C Garbisu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (10), 2176-2183, 2011
1932011
Bacterial reduction of selenite to elemental selenium
C Garbisu, T Ishii, T Leighton, BB Buchanan
Chemical geology 132 (1-4), 199-204, 1996
1851996
Functional diversity as indicator of the recovery of soil health derived from Thlaspi caerulescens growth and metal phytoextraction
L Epelde, JM Becerril, J Hernández-Allica, O Barrutia, C Garbisu
Applied Soil Ecology 39 (3), 299-310, 2008
1622008
Effects of chelates on plants and soil microbial community: comparison of EDTA and EDDS for lead phytoextraction
L Epelde, J Hernández-Allica, JM Becerril, F Blanco, C Garbisu
Science of the total environment 401 (1-3), 21-28, 2008
1612008
Microbial monitoring of the recovery of soil quality during heavy metal phytoremediation
MT Gómez-Sagasti, I Alkorta, JM Becerril, L Epelde, M Anza, C Garbisu
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 223 (6), 3249-3262, 2012
1522012
Assessment of the phytoextraction potential of high biomass crop plants
J Hernández-Allica, JM Becerril, C Garbisu
Environmental Pollution 152 (1), 32-40, 2008
1502008
Effects of glyphosate on rhizosphere soil microbial communities under two different plant compositions by cultivation-dependent and-independent methodologies
I Mijangos, JM Becerril, I Albizu, L Epelde, C Garbisu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (3), 505-513, 2009
1462009
Chelate-induced phytoextraction of metal polluted soils with Brachiaria decumbens
FS Santos, J Hernández-Allica, JM Becerril, N Amaral-Sobrinho, N Mazur, ...
Chemosphere 65 (1), 43-50, 2006
1372006
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