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Gold phytomining. Novel Developments in a Plant-based ...

2019-9-14 · Gold phytomining. Novel Developments in a Plant-based Mining System Christopher W. N. Anderson, Robert B. Stewart, Fabio N. Moreno Soil and Earth Sciences, Institute of Natural Resources, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

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The nickel hyperaccumulator plant Alyssum bertolonii ...

2019-9-14 · ELSEVIER Journal of Geochemical Exploration 59 (1997) 75-86 The nickel hyperaccumulator plant Alyssum bertolonii as a potential agent for phytoremediation and phytomining of nickel B.H. Robinson a,c, A. Chiarucci b, R.R. Brooks ''3 *, D. Petit a, J.H. Kirkman '',

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Phytomining of Rare and Valuable Metals | SpringerLink

2017-3-30 · Rodriguez E, Sanchez-Salcido B, Peralta-Videa JR, Romero J, Cruz-Jimenez G, Gardea-Torresdey JL (2006) Phytomining gold: soil trials. In: 231st American Chemical Society National Meeting. Division of Environmental Chemistry. American Chemical Society, Atlanta, pp 384–389 Google Scholar

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R. R. Brooks, M. F. Chambers, L. J. Nicks and B. H ...

R. R. Brooks, M. F. Chambers, L. J. Nicks and B. H. Robinson, "Phytomining," Trends in Plant Science, Vol. 3, No. 9, 1998, pp. 359-362.

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Phytoextraction from mine spoils: insights from New ...

2014-11-28 · Bani A, Echevarria G, Sulçe S, Morel JL (2013) Improving the agronomy of Alyssum murale for extensive phytomining: a five-year field study. Int J Phytoremed. Barbaroux R, Plasari E, Mercier G, Simonnot MO, Morel JL, Blais JF (2012) A new process for nickel ammonium disulfate production from ash of the hyperaccumulating plant Alyssum murale.

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(PDF) Phytomining: Growing a crop of a metal

This proposed new technology is known as phytomining. Discover the world''s research. ... All content in this area was uploaded by Brett H Robinson on Sep 05, 2015 . ... (e.g. Cd, As, etc.) and ...

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The phytoextraction of heavy metals from metalliferous …

2016-12-20 · sections, bioavailability, phytomining, and phytoremediation. The effect of various extractants on the solubility of heavy metals in some soils was tested. It was found that the solubility of the metal invariably increased as the pH of the extractant decreased, and as the concentration of the extractant increased. These relationships

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Int J Phytoremediation

2006-9-14 · Nickel and cobalt phytoextraction by the hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii: implications for polymetallic phytomining and phytoremediation. Keeling SM, Stewart RB, Anderson CW, Robinson BH.Soil and Earth Sciences, Institute of Natural Resources, PB 11-222, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

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Phytomining: A review

2009-10-1 · Robinson et al. (1999) while phytomining cobalt and nickel reported that addition of sulphur at the rate of 5000 mg/kg in the substrate increased cobalt concentration to 290 mg/kg in the dry mass of plant B. coddii, representing five-fold increase relative to the controls (56 mg/kg), whereas for nickel the increase was three-fold. Addition of ...

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Phytomining: a sustainable approach for recovery and ...

2021-1-1 · The most determining factor of phytomining is the worldwide price of phytomined metals (Brooks and Robinson, 1998; Harris et al., 2009), thus the most preferred metals for phytomining are Au, Tl, Co, and Ni owing to their high market prices and metal concentrations. Although the price of certain metals such as U and Au is high, the ...

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Phytoremediation and Phytomining in Manitoba: …

2014-6-9 · PHYTOREMEDIATION AND PHYTOMINING IN MANITOBA: PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS FROM AN ORIENTATION SURVEY AT THE CENTRAL MANITOBA (AU) MINESITE (NTS 52L/13) by S. Renault1, E. Sailerova2 and M.A.F. Fedikow Renault, S., Sailerova, E. and Fedikow, M.A.F. 2000: Phytoremediation and phytomining in Manitoba: preliminary obser-

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10 [10]Robinson B H,Brooks R R,Howes A W,et al.The potential of the high-biomass nickel hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii for phytoremediation and phytomining[J].Journal of Geochemical Exploration,1997:1

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INDONESIAN JOURNAL ON GEOSCIENCE

1998). A phytomining operation would therefore entail planting a crop over a low-grade ore body or mineralized soil, implementing appropriate land management techniques to ensure metal uptake, and then harvesting and incinerating the biomass to produce a commercial ''bio-ore'' (Brooks et al., 1998). Phytomining offers several advantages over

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Why Don''t the Poor Save More? Evidence from Health …

Why Don''t the Poor Save More? Evidence from Health Savings Experiments by Pascaline Dupas and Jonathan Robinson. Published in volume 103, issue 4, pages 1138-71 of American Economic Review, June 2013, Abstract: Using data from a field experiment …

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A nickel phytomining field trial using Odontarrhena ...

2019-7-15 · Soon it was suggested that phytoextracted metals could be recovered from the harvested biomass and first phytomining field trials were carried out (Nicks and Chambers, 1995; Robinson et al., 1997). In recent years, the term agromining was introduced, covering the whole process chain from plant production to metal recovery ( Morel, 2015 ).

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Uptake and distribution of nickel and other metals in the ...

2003-4-11 · Robinson et al. (1997) reported an annual biomass production of 22 t ha −1 and up to 1% (w : w) Ni in the dry above-ground biomass. Berkheya coddii is an asteraceous summer-green perennial plant that is found on ultramafic (serpentine) soils in southern Africa (Morrey et al., 1992).

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Phytomining | Request PDF

Bioconcentrations of Cd by various categories of vascular plants, i.e. agricultural, horticultural and silvicultural plants, weeds and aquatic macrophytes are of special concern in the interest of ...

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The phytomining and environmental significance of ...

Phytomining (growing a "crop" of a metal over ores subeconomic for conventional mining) could be a viable option since it has been calculated that a net return of $1,200/ha (twice the return from a crop of wheat) would be possible with a biomass yield of 10 t/ha containing 0.08 percent Tl in dry matter.

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(PDF) The phytoremediation potential of thallium ...

Phytomining for nickel, thallium and gold. By Robyn Simcock. A decade of research on phytoremediation in North-East Italy: lessons learned and future directions. By Guido Fellet and L. Marchiol. The potential of Thlaspi caerulescens for phytoremediation of contaminated soils. By Daniel Petit.

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Phytomining of gold: A review | Semantic Scholar

Abstract Phytomining of gold involves extracting gold from soil substrates by harvesting specially selected hyperaccumulating plants. Phytomining has potential to allow economic exploitation of low grade ores or mineralized soils that are too poor for conventional mining of metals. Gold is the most promising option for phytomining as its market value is increasing continuously.

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Current status and challenges in developing nickel ...

Economics of Ni phytomining Here we present the economic potential of Ni phytomining under two generalised production systems: an intensive system such as demonstrated in the USA (e.g. Li et al. 2003a) and an extensive system as dem-onstrated in Albania (e.g. Bani et al. 2015a). In the intensive system, the cost of production is high, includ-

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A nickel phytomining field trial using Odontarrhena ...

Phytomining of nickel (Ni) is based on the cropping of Ni hyperaccumulators on Ni-rich serpentine soils. The efficiency of this approach is dependent on shoot nickel concentration and harvestable biomass. In a field experiment conducted on an Austrian serpentine site, the phytomining efficiency of the two plant species Odontarrhena chalcidica (syn. Alyssum murale) and Noccaea goesingensis was ...

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Copper and cobalt accumulation in plants: a critical ...

Phytomining technology using Cu–Co (hyper)accumulator plants. Phytomining involves extracting target elements from the soil by accumulation in the plant biomass, which is then harvested and processed for recovery of the target elements from the ashed ''bio-ore'' (Chaney et al., 1998; van der Ent et al., 2015a).

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From Phyto to Agromining: Past, Present, and Future …

2017-11-20 · Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Howes AW, et al. The potential of the high-biomass nickel hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii for phytoremediation and phytomining. J Geochem Explor. 1997;60:115–26. doi: 10.1016/S0375-6742(97)00036-8. CrossRef Google Scholar

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Phytomining: Trends in Plant Science

1998-9-1 · Phytomining is the production of a `crop'' of a metal by growing high-biomass plants that accumulate high metal concentrations. Some of these plants are natural hyperaccumulators, and in others the property can be induced. Pioneering experiments in this field might lead to a `green'' alternative to existing, environmentally destructive, opencast mining practices.

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Current status and challenges in developing nickel ...

2016-8-13 · phytomining resource (e.g. Robinson et al. 2003; Robinsonetal.1999b).TheIsotopicExchangeKinetics (IEK) method allows for the description of the magni-tude of the Ni labile pool (Echevarria et al. 1998)but Plant Soil. may not describe the supply of Ni from the soil for uptake in hyperaccumulator plants. Currently no chem-

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Environmental implications of phytoextraction for …

2017-1-4 · 3 .4.3 Enl1ancement of e:--1raction by use of increasing concentrations of thiocyanate and thiosulphate 51 3.4.4 Extraction behaviour of thiocyanate and thiosulphate over a range of pH 52 3.5 Conclusions 54 CHAPTER 4 -CHEMICALLY INDUCED GOLD UPTAKE BY ROOT CROPS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PHYTOMINING 55 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Aim of the ex)leriment

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Potential of Chilopsis Linearis for Gold Phytomining ...

2018-6-9 · This study reports on the capability of the desert plant Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) Sweet (desert willow) to uptake gold (Au) from gold-enriched media at different plant-growth stages. Plants were exposed to 20, 40, 80, 160, and 320 mg Au L −1 in agar-based growing media for 13, 18, 23, and 35 d. The Au content and oxidation state of Au in the plants were determined using an inductively ...

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Current status and challenges in developing nickel ...

2016-3-19 · Background Nickel (Ni) phytomining operations cultivate hyperaccumulator plants (''metal crops'') on Ni-rich (ultramafic) soils, followed by harvesting and incineration of the biomass to produce a high-grade ''bio-ore'' from which Ni metal or pure Ni salts are recovered. Scope This review examines the current status, progress and challenges in the development of Ni phytomining agronomy ...

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2017-7-22 · .pdf, 2008,27(2):12—14 CN53—1205/X ISSN1673—9655 ,,, (1., 650093; 2 ...

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Visualizing Hotspots and Future Trends in Phytomining ...

Phytomining has attracted widespread attention as a technique for harvesting “bio-ore.” This technology has potential applications in the metal and minerals industry for low-grade metal and mineral mining as well as metal recycling from polluted soil. The hotspots and future trends of this technology deserve in-depth exploration. This paper presents a systematic review of the ...

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(PDF) Phytomining for nickel, thallium and gold | Robyn ...

The long-term would reduce the plant-available Ni pool by 30%. cropping sustainability of the soils was simulated A proposed model for phytomining (Robinson et al., by sequential extractions with potassium hydrogen 1997a) involved harvesting the crop after 12 months phthalate solutions at pH 2, 4 and 6 (Robinson et and burning the material to ...

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Phytomining for nickel, thallium and gold

1999-12-1 · Alyssum bertolonii (), the first plant species identified as a hyperaccumulator of Ni (Minguzzi and Vergnano, 1948) was used in the second phytomining field trials (Robinson et al., 1997a) in Italy at Murlo, Tuscany.Plants were fertilized with N + P + K combinations over a two-year period. A threefold increase of the biomass of dry matter to 9.0 t/ha was gained with N + P + K without dilution ...

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Phytoremediation and Phytomining

2020-3-20 · 1Corresponding author: E-mail: [email protected] Contents 1. Introduction 1 1.1 What Is Phytoremediation? 1 1.2 True Hyperaccumulators Versus Imposters Due To Soil Contamination of Short Plants 8 1.3 Practical Phytoextraction 11 1.4 Impractical Phytoextraction 16 1.5 Phytomining 17 1.6 Potential for Phytomining and Phytoproducts 21 2.

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Gold phytomining in arid and semiarid soils

2019-5-2 · Gold phytomining in arid and semiarid soils Victor Wilson-CorralA, B, C, Mayra Rodriguez-LopezB, C, Joel Lopez-PerezB, C, Miguel Arenas-VargasB, C, D and Christopher AndersonE AFacultad de Ingeniería-Culiacán, Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa (UAS), ... (Robinson et al. 2009).

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(PDF) Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other ...

Phytomining është një aplikim i teknologjive bimore për të nxjerrë metalin nga toka (një formë e dyte nxjerrje metali pas shfrytëzimit të minierave). ... (Brooks and Robinson 1998;Chaney ...

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Phytomining

2019-9-14 · Phytomining for nickel, thallium and gold, Journal of Geochemical Exploration 67, 407-415. Brooks RR, Anderson C, Stewart RB, Robinson BH (1999). Phytomining: growing a crop of a metal. Biologist 46(5), 201-205. Brooks RR, Chambers MF, Nicks LJ, Robinson BH (1998). Phytomining. Trends in Plant Science 3(9), 359-362.

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