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https://www.facebook.com/ Metal bioremediation through growing cells (bacterial/fungal/algal)

http://omicsonline.org/ Perspectives of Bioremediation through Mushroom Cultivation

Book: Mycoremediation Fungal Bioremediation, by Harbhajan Singh

BOOK: Practical Environmental Bioremediation: The Field Guide, R. Barry King, Gilbert M. Long, John K. Sheldon

https://www.facebook.com/PermacultureAssociation/ Permaculture Association on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/ All results for mycoremediation on Facebook

http://www.environmentguru.com/ MycoRemediation Design Course, 09/15/2014 - 09/19/2014, Eugene, OR

http://www.amazonmycorenewal.org Amazon Mycorenewal Project province of northern Ecuador. Working with indigenous fungi, bacteria, and plants, AMP researches the science and technology of bioremediation to treat petroleum contaminated soil and water systems in the region.

https://www.youtube.com/ Youtube: A Solution to Pollution - Mycoremediation - using fungi to clean up oil spills in the the Ecuadorial Amazon

http://www.mushroomfarm.com Offering 350 wild mushroom species online http://morel-x.com Mushroomfarm.com blogs

http://realitysandwich.com// Mycoremediation and Its Applications to Oil Spills, Paul Stamets Focus on the BP Deep Horizon disaster.

Otherworldly photographs of rare fungi

WordPress blog: herbandstitch on mycoremediation, "Towards a Sustainable Future"

Mycoremediation One of the main roles of fungi in the ecosystem is decomposition, which is done by the mycelium. It mainly secretes extracellular enzymes and acids that degrades down lignin and cellulose, the two chief building blocks of plant fiber.

farmed mushrooms for slow food, medicine, bioremediation.

Permaculture Magazine Using Mushrooms to Clean Up Waterways

Video - how to farm mushrooms for Slow Food, medicine, bioremediation

Researcher Develops Innovative Way to Use Fungi for Bioremediation of Oil-Contaminated Soil

a brief but interesting presentation on how to deal with lead contamination

Mycoremediation (Bioremediation with Fungi) - Growing Mushrooms to Clean the Earth. A mini-review, academic paper

fungiforthepeople.org: Mushroom Cultivation, Research and Education. News: MycoRemediation Design Course setting forth to Evolove the world of Earth Healing Eugene, Oregon: This September twenty individuals from across the planet will converge in a revolutionary training program designed to get them working with Fungi for environmental and social justice. The course is a new approach to accelerating the field of bioremediation with mushrooms and other fungi, an exciting area of research ripe with emerging technologies, Sept. 15-19, 2014, Eugene, Oregon. Upcoming events from Fungi for the People! click here visit fungiforthepeople.org

shroomery.org forums School project testing pearl oysters, mycoremediation

mycoremediation blog Mycoremediation: fixing contamination with mushrooms

academic article Mushroom as a product and their role in mycoremediation

Bay of Fungi mycoremediation services

news article Mycoremediation Responce Team of SAVEfarms.org; another article

business opportunity "Looking for a partner for a mushroom/ mycoremediation buisness (Shutesbury, Ma)."

mycoremediation image Douglas Gayeton

editorial: Mycoremediation Campaign on Indiegogo Falls Short of Goal see more from MycoRant, click here

mycoremediation of radiation this is a discussion forum hosed by shroomery.org.

Mycoremediation and oil spills journalist's suggestions for Gulf Coast oil remediation

Fungi for Forty How mushrooms can help us discover a deeper connection to our environment

academic article Mycoremediation an Eco-friendly Approach for the Degradation of Cellulosic Wastes from Paper Industry with the help of Cellulases and Hemicellulase activity to Minimize the Industrial Pollution Amrita Singh and Richa Sharma
Abstract: Fungi can easily colonize and degrade large varieties of waste e.g. waste paper, saw dust, wood chips, bagasse, black liquor of pulp and paper industrial effluents etc.. Fungi utilize some of these hazardous compounds as nutrients source and degrade or fragmenting the pollutants into non-toxic simpler forms.

learning opportunity (northeastern Los Angeles) Bioremediation 101 - using plants, bacteria and fungi to heal our soils - The Huntington Botanic Gardens, 1151 Oxford Road - San Marino, Calif.; 02/22/14, 12:00 am - 12:00 pm
Urban soils suffer contamination, abuse and neglect that affects public health and the health of local plants and animals. We will learn criteria for assessing a site for possible contamination from heavy metals and chemical pollutants and discuss how to create a combined strategy of phytoremediation (plants), microremediation (bacteria), and mycoremediation (fungi) to implement on your site to help heal your soils. Please bring clear printed images of the site you want to address to class - these images should show spontaneous vegetation of the site as well as any cultivated plants.

The Solution to Pollution - Mycoremediation in the Ecuadorian Amazon A film by Nicola Peel, about how mushrooms are helping to clean up oil spills in the Ecuadorian Amazon.Mycoremediation is an incredible technique using fungi to break down oil and other contaminants. This short film shows how the Amazon Mycorenewal Project initiated the first ever trials using myco-remediation in highly polluted areas of the Ecuadorian rainforest.For more information, including how you can help to support this project, see http://www.eyesofgaia.org and http://www.amazonmycorenewal.org

fungi.com sells a variety of friendly fungus, including mycorrhiza fungus products, which help plants grow. Natural beneficial fungus is stripped from the soil when developers scrape and pack a building site.

fungi.com search fungi.com, brought to you by leading mycologist and author Paul Stamets

Advanced Microbial Services products for soil remediation

Mycoremediation for the toxin sarin science is finding ways to rid isopropyl methylphosphonofluoridate toxin (sarin) using fungus.

Mycoremediation and Mycorestoration: Fungal Ecology Contributes to Estuarine Restoration, by Rachel Benbrook Restoration Ecologist

StarterPermaculture.com Heal Your Soil and Grow a Huge Garden with Mycoremediation. Mycoremediation is a phrase coined by Paul Stamets. It's a method of using fungi to clean pollution from your soil. The fungus or mycelium is the vegitative part Youtube video

Building materials made with fungus, plant materials Replace toxic particle board, foam board, and other building materials with natural products made with plant by-products and fungus.

pre-mediation myco-remediation with fungus - visit FungiForThePeople, one of the great new sites on mycoremediation

Fairy Rings mycoremediation

Mycoremediation Volunteers prepare mycoremediation burritos out of inoculated straw and cardboard. People For Puget Sound is excited to be one of the few restoration organizations applying innovative new techniques of mycoremediation to help address water quality issues. It's especially fascinating as we are also conductingmycorestoration research with Eco-Techs at sites along the Duwamish and Snohomish Rivers, as well as on Maury Island. The focus of these experiments is to improve plant survivability at sites with especially poor soils by the application of mycorrhizal mushrooms, which form a symbiotic relationship with the roots—resulting in a beneficial nutrient exchange and, hopefully, healthier, happier plants. Mycoremediation takes a bit of a different approach, harnessing the ecology of the mushrooms themselves to address contaminated water and sediment. Mushrooms are great decomposers - adapted to digest cellulose and lignin, the main building blocks of plant tissue.

Using Fungi to Transform Lead into a Safer Mineral

Book Mycoremediation: Fungal Bioremediation, by Harbhajan Singh, book download

Mycoremediation means fungi for the people Fungi, with compost, vermicompost and some other natural products are among the best tools we have for bioremediation

Mycoremediation means fungi for the people Fungi, with compost, vermicompost and some other natural products are among the best tools we have for bioremediation

heavy metal bioremediation study Mycoremediation of Benzo[a]pyrene by Pleurotus ostreatus in the presence of heavy metals and mediators. Benzo[a]pyrene is considered as a priority pollutant because of its carcinogenic, teratogenic and mutagenic effects.

Mycopermaculture and Mycoremediation Conference, Where: The Quaker Center outside of Santa Cruz, California, When: June 15th-25th 2013, topics: Fungal Biology, Mycopermaculture, Mycomimicry, Mushroom Identification, Mushroom cultivation methods, Remediating toxins with fungi and bacteria, Cleaning up oil spills in the Amazon, How to have successful organizations and mushroom projects.

Plant and fungi use in Bioremediation In 1975, a military jet leaked over 80,000 gallons of kerosene based jet-fuel into a lake in the suburbs of Charleston, SC. Many people tried to manage the oil spill but it was to no avail. It was almost impossible to stop all of the fuel from being soaked up by the very permeable sandy soil and reaching the ground water. Soon all of the ground water became contaminated and had many toxic chemicals in it. The ground water then began to reach all of the residential area and everyone in the surrounding area knew they were faced with a serious environmental hazard. It was almost impossible to remove all of the contaminated soil and ground water so the only other option was to introduce microorganisms and fungi that could consume all of the toxic chemicals and turn them into harmless carbon dioxide. Because of this introduction of the microorganisms it allowed for any further contamination to come to a complete halt. It even helped to remove 75% of the pollutants that harmed the soil and ground water.

Mycoremediation: Fungal Bioremediation, by Harbhajan Singh - download the book now

mycorrhizal fungus for plant support Dr. Mike Amaranthus explains why mycorrhizal fungus helps plants grow. This fungus is lost when developers scrape and pack the land.

Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Metal Phytoremediation book excerpt, Ecophysiological Complementarity in Relation to Environmental Stress

Finland researchers successfully use fungus to decontaminate soil, by John Deede, Shale Plays Media. Researchers at Aalto University in Finland have found that fungi can be utilized to clean oil-polluted soil. Using white rot fungi, mycelia are introduced to biologically treat the soil for contaminants.

Oregon Group Uses Mushrooms for Bioremediation "Oregon-based restoration nonprofit group, Ocean Blue Project, is harnessing the power of mushrooms to clean up pesticides and other pollutants that plague Oregon and national waterways."

The Potential of Ligninolytic Fungi in Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils (abstract) Here is the full paper - click here.

Biotechnology Bioremediation. Key Terms Bioremediation-The use of living organisms (microorganisms, fungi, green plants) or their products (enzymes) to, slide show, including transcripts, educational materials

book download Fungi in Bioremediation Free book download, but you need to open an account at downloadprovider.me

scientificamerican.com: Microbes Help Grow Better Crops [Preview] - Enlisting bacteria and fungi from the soil to support crop plants is a promising alternative to the heavy use of fertilizer and pesticides, By Richard Conniff. This study and the issue of Richard Conniff's agribiome theory also covered in calacademy.org.

University of Texas at Austin Symbiotic fungi inhabiting plant roots have major impact on atmospheric carbon, scientists say. "The role of these fungi is currently unaccounted for in global climate models." Duh. Wake up people.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Potential for bioremediation of agro-industrial effluents with high loads of pesticides by selected fungi.

Bioremediation of petroleum-hydrocarbon contaminated soils using an ecosystem-based approach in the Yukon, by Kawina Robichaud

This 2-year bioremediation project started in May 2013. It aims to study the effectiveness of an ecosystem-based approach to cleanup hydrocarbon-contaminated soils using fungi, willow and compost. The project will also look at the degradation of chlorinated compounds and the bioaccumulation of heavy metals. The project is taking place at two locations in the Whitehorse, Yukon area.

Researcher Develops Innovative Way to Use Fungi for Bioremediation of Oil-Contaminated Soil Earlier this month, new research emerged from Finland illustrating once again the amazingly powerful filtering properties of fungi. The findings of Erica Winquist in her dissertation for Aalto University show that fungi can be harnessed to clean polluted soil that otherwise may not be fit for disinfection using traditional methods.

e-books on remediation of white rot fungi

therawfoodworld.com Have the Fungi Taken Care of the Oil in the Soil, by Anneli Karisten Montin, July 9, 2014.

Symbiotic Fungi: Principles and Practice (Soil Biology) Ajit Varma (Editor), Amit C. Kharkwal (Editor)

Bioremediation blog Basidiomycete fungi are very effective chelators of metal ions. Many basidiomycetes are capable of recovering the potentially harmful metals cadmium, lead, and mercury from the environment, making these fungi a promising candidate for bioremediation of areas with heavy metal pollution [1]. Our fungal toolkit could prove useful for this purpose as well-upregulation of these metal chelating pathways and biosensing genetic circuits could feasibly be integrated into a basidiomycete strain, decreasing pollution while simultaneously monitoring and reporting pollution levels.

video / article Bioremediation of Industrial Pollution Utilizing fungi, bacteria, and plants to reduce oil pollution in the Ecuadorian Amazon basin and the world.

Researcher identifies petroleum eating mushrooms Mohamed Hijri, a professor of biological sciences and researcher at the University of Montreal's Institut de recherche en biologie végétale (IRBV).

academic article Bio-remediation of Dairy Industrial Sludge Through Cultivation of Mushroom, Aagosh Verma, Anuradha Singh, Nupur Mathur, Ruchika Atri and Suchitra Sharma, Environmental Molecular Microbiology Lab. Deptt. Of Zoology, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India, International Journal of Advanced Biotechnology and Research ISSN 0976-2612, Online ISSN 2278-599X, Vol. 5, Issue 2, 2014, pp. 169-179 http://www.bipublication.com

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