Héctor M. Conesa
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Heavy metal accumulation and tolerance in plants from mine tailings of the semiarid Cartagena–La Unión mining district (SE Spain)
HM Conesa, Á Faz, R Arnaldos
Science of the total environment 366 (1), 1-11, 2006
The phytomanagement of trace elements in soil
BH Robinson, G Bañuelos, HM Conesa, MWH Evangelou, R Schulin
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 28 (4), 240-266, 2009
Initial studies for the phytostabilization of a mine tailing from the Cartagena-La Union Mining District (SE Spain)
HM Conesa, Á Faz, R Arnaldos
Chemosphere 66 (1), 38-44, 2007
A critical view of current state of phytotechnologies to remediate soils: still a promising tool?
HM Conesa, MWH Evangelou, BH Robinson, R Schulin
The Scientific World Journal 2012 (1), 173829, 2012
Mining landscape: A cultural tourist opportunity or an environmental problem?: The study case of the Cartagena–La Unión Mining District (SE Spain)
HM Conesa, R Schulin, B Nowack
Ecological economics 64 (4), 690-700, 2008
The Mar Menor lagoon (SE Spain): A singular natural ecosystem threatened by human activities
HM Conesa, FJ Jiménez-Cárceles
Marine pollution bulletin 54 (7), 839-849, 2007
Dynamics of metal tolerant plant communities’ development in mine tailings from the Cartagena-La Unión Mining District (SE Spain) and their interest for further revegetation …
HM Conesa, G García, Á Faz, R Arnaldos
Chemosphere 68 (6), 1180-1185, 2007
Growth of Lygeum spartum in acid mine tailings: response of plants developed from seedlings, rhizomes and at field conditions
HM Conesa, BH Robinson, R Schulin, B Nowack
Environmental Pollution 145 (3), 700-707, 2007
The Cartagena–La Unión mining district (SE Spain): a review of environmental problems and emerging phytoremediation solutions after fifteen years research
HM Conesa, R Schulin
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 12 (6), 1225-1233, 2010
The importance of edaphic niches and pioneer plant species succession for the phytomanagement of mine tailings
I Parraga-Aguado, MN Gonzalez-Alcaraz, J Alvarez-Rogel, ...
Environmental pollution 176, 134-143, 2013
Neutron radiography as a tool for revealing root development in soil: capabilities and limitations
AB Moradi, HM Conesa, B Robinson, E Lehmann, G Kuehne, A Kaestner, ...
Plant and Soil 318, 243-255, 2009
Usefulness of pioneer vegetation for the phytomanagement of metal (loid) s enriched tailings: grasses vs. shrubs vs. trees
I Parraga-Aguado, JI Querejeta, MN González-Alcaraz, ...
Journal of environmental management 133, 51-58, 2014
Influence of soil properties on trace element availability and plant accumulation in a Mediterranean salt marsh polluted by mining wastes: implications for phytomanagement
HM Conesa, A María-Cervantes, J Álvarez-Rogel, MN González-Alcaraz
Science of the total environment 409 (20), 4470-4479, 2011
Metal extractability in acidic and neutral mine tailings from the Cartagena-La Unión Mining District (SE Spain)
HM Conesa, BH Robinson, R Schulin, B Nowack
Applied Geochemistry 23 (5), 1232-1240, 2008
Effects of three amendments on extractability and fractionation of Pb, Cu, Ni and Sb in two shooting range soils
HM Conesa, M Wieser, M Gasser, K Hockmann, MWH Evangelou, ...
Journal of Hazardous Materials 181 (1-3), 845-850, 2010
Biomass production on trace element–contaminated land: a review
MWH Evangelou, HM Conesa, BH Robinson, R Schulin
Environmental Engineering Science 29 (9), 823-839, 2012
A laboratory study on revegetation and metal uptake in native plant species from neutral mine tailings
HM Conesa, R Schulin, B Nowack
Water, air, and soil pollution 183, 201-212, 2007
Antimony retention and release from drained and waterlogged shooting range soil under field conditions
K Hockmann, S Tandy, M Lenz, R Reiser, HM Conesa, M Keller, B Studer, ...
Chemosphere 134, 536-543, 2015
Response of native grasses and Cicer arietinum to soil polluted with mining wastes: Implications for the management of land adjacent to mine sites
HM Conesa, AB Moradi, BH Robinson, G Kühne, E Lehmann, R Schulin
Environmental and Experimental Botany 65 (2-3), 198-204, 2009
The potential use of Piptatherum miliaceum for the phytomanagement of mine tailings in semiarid areas: role of soil fertility and plant competition
I Parraga-Aguado, MN González-Alcaraz, R Schulin, HM Conesa
Journal of environmental management 158, 74-84, 2015
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