New Paradigms in Environmental Biomonitoring Using Plants

Editat de Supriya Tiwari, Shashi Bhushan Agrawal
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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 25 May 2022
New Paradigms in Environmental Biomonitoring Using Plants highlights and explores the importance of biomonitoring methodologies and the latest updates in the field. The book presents a holistic approach toward the different aspects of biomonitoring, focusing mainly upon the inclusion of newly emerging concepts of environmental genomics, metabarcoding, and cheminformatics and biomarkers, among other technologies; helping to explore and establish a new outlook for biomonitoring frameworks. This book compiles all aspects of biomonitoring including traditional and modern techniques, using a multidimensional approach without focusing on any specific pollutant. Most biomonitoring programs implemented until now have focused more on traditional methods. This book covers new approaches to biomonitoring that could improve on the currently limited capabilities of existing schemes. The book highlights the possible scope for enriching existing datasets and characterizing biodiversity in situ in a far more complete way than has been possible previously.
New Paradigms in Environmental Biomonitoring Using Plants will be important for researchers, academics, postgraduates and undergraduate students in environmental, plant, crop and soil sciences, to provide up-to-date and emerging technologies in biomonitoring for environmental assessment, leading to a new vision of biomonitoring. It will also be helpful for risk assessment professionals and stakeholders involved in planning the future biomonitoring programs.

  • Forms a cohesive source of information for technologies of use in environmental monitoring.
  • Discusses newly emerging techniques in biomonitoring, including cutting-edge advances in ecology and genomics.
  • Covers current biomonitoring concepts and programs, and also includes a holistic approach for biomonitoring.
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ISBN-13: 9780128243510
ISBN-10: 0128243511
Pagini: 390
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 mm
Greutate: 0.52 kg

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