The colloquium undertook as its charge to gather together a group of internationally recognized experts in the multidisciplinary fields that have an impact on bioremediation. The group of experts which was brought together evaluated the current state and future needs of the science underlying the technology of bioremediation. An excellent consensus was derived as to the currently available information and that which should be gathered to ensure progress in bioremediation as a scientifically based alternative for dealing with the problems of environmental pollution. The findings of this colloquium will be of great value to governmental agencies and certainly will serve scientists in the field of environmental biotechnology well as a seminal document for the rapidly developing field.
CitationDavid T. Gibson, Gary S. Sayler. 1992. Scientific foundations of bioremediation: current status and future needs.
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