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Journal of Bioremediation & Biodegradation
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Samir Mohammed Ali Elredaisy

University of Khartoum · Department of Geography,Professor of Geography


Samir M. A. Hassan Alredaisy currently works at the Department of Geography, University of Khartoum. Their current project is 'quartz mineral as risk factor for cancer in northern state of Sudan.'His skills and expertise in Ecology,Investment,Environment,Water Resources,Management,Climate Change,Agriculture,Urbanism,Environmental Impact Assessment,Water Quality,Nutrition.

Ecological Benefits of Bioremediation of Oil Contaminated Water in Rich Savannah of Palogue, Upper Nile Area-Southern Sudan

Plants and their associated microbes can be used in the cleanup and prevention of environmental pollution. This growing technol ogy uses natural processes to break down, stabilize, or accumulate pollutants. It is well established that most crude oils are biod egradable to a great extent, especially components as short linear alkanes or simple aroma... Read More»

Samir Mohammed Ali Elredaisy

Research Article: J Bioremed Biodegrad 2010, 1:103

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6199.1000103

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