Response Of Mine Tailing Soils From La Unión-Sierra De Cartagena To Climate Change: An Experimental Approach Under Field And Climate Chambers Conditions (21994/PI/22)
EVALUATION OF METAL AND METALLOID CONTENTS OF THE SOILS IN THE WADIS OF THE SIERRA MINERA DE CARTAGENA-LA UNIÓN, SLOPES TO THE MAR MENOR. T.T.M.M. OF CARTAGENA AND LA UNIÓN (MURCIA)
The work is structured in two tasks:
Task 1. Report including the interpretation and evaluation of the soil sampling and analysis campaign. A report must be drawn up interpreting the results obtained in the sampling and analytical campaign carried out by the Directorate General for Biodiversity, Forests and Desertification in order to then proceed to the evaluation of the soils present in the wadis from the point of view of their danger or risk to human health and the environment.
REPORT ON THE TREATMENT FOR DENITRIFICATION OF WATER FROM THE QUATERNARY AQUIFER OF CAMPO DE CARTAGENA USING A BIOREACTORS SYSTEM
PHASE 1. Initial proposal on the possible treatment lines (similar to a study of alternatives) including information on their feasibility and recommendations for the design of the lines (first conceptual or strategic advance).
SERVICE FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE OF THE AGUA AMARGA SALT MARSH AND ITS SURROUNDINGS (AC/ALICANTE). CÓD.EXP. V-10/21-02
Study of existing alternatives, technical feasibility and design criteria for the implementation of denitrifying bioreactors within the reuse actions planned for the Rincón de León and Monte Orgegia WWTPs (Alicante)
METAL CONTAMINATION IN A GLOBAL WARMING PERSPECTIVE Effects on soil properties and relation with toxicity changes
Global climate change might intensify the hazardous effects of anthropogenic metal contamination in terms of soil toxicity risks and thus effects of loss of soil functionality and sustainability. The scientific research performed in this field has been mostly focused on the effects of single climate factors, while less attention has been paid to the combination of multiple climate factors.