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Abdelwaheb Aydi

University of Carthage | UCAR ยท Department of Earth Sciences Eng., Ph.D, HU


Dr. Abdelwaheb Aydi is an Associate professor in the Department of Earth Sciences in the University of Carthage | UCAR. His skills and expertises in the department of Earth Sciences. He published 25 articles in many journals and the articles are informative and got good citations.


Feasibility of a Bioremediation Process Using Biostimulation with Inorganic Nutrient NPK for Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil in Tunisia

This study focused on the processing time reduction of soils microcosm process, during the biological restore of diesel-contaminated soil under natural conditions. Biodegradation activity of hydrocabonoclastic microflora and biostimulation with inorganic nutrient (NPK) were studied through the determination of optimal conditions which... Read More»

Abdeldjalil Abid, Kaouther Zaafouri, Abdelwaheb Aydi, Iman Manai, Aida Ben Hassen Trabesli, Chokri Messaoud and Moktar Hamdi

Research Article: J Bioremed Biodeg 2014, 5:224

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6199.1000224

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