Further Reading

Brown SL, Henry CL, Chaney R, Compton H, and DeVolder PS (2003) Using municipal biosolids in combination with other residuals to restore metal-contaminated mining areas. Plant and Soil 239: 203-215.

Deiner RG, Collins AR, Martin JH, and Bryan WB (1993) Composting of source-separated municipal solid waste for agricultural utilization - A conceptual approach for closing the loop. American Society of Agricultural Engineering 9: 427-436.

Ozores-Hampton M, Schaffer B, Bryan HH, and Hanlon EA (1994) Nutrient concentrations growth, and yield of tomato and squash in municipal solid-waste-amended soil. Horticultural Science 29: 785-788.

Rosen C, Halbach TR, and Swanson BT (1993) Horticultural uses of municipal solid waste composts. Horticultural Technology 3: 167-173.

Stevenson FJ and Cole MA (1994) Cycles of Soil: Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Sulfur, Macronutrients, 2nd edn. New York: Wiley.

Stevenson FJ (1994) Humus Chemistry: Genesis, Composition, Reactions, 2nd edn. New York: Wiley.

Van Herk FH, McAllisterTA, and Cockwill CL, etal. (2004) Inactivation of giardia cysts and cryptosporidium oocysts in beef feedlot manure by thermophilic windrow composting. Compost Science and Utilization 12: 235-241.

Waksman SA (1938) Humus: Origin, Chemical Composition, and Importance in Nature. Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkins.

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