Gabriel Gascó focuses on Biochar, Environmental chemistry, Pyrolysis, Sewage and Sludge. The concepts of his Biochar study are interwoven with issues in Soil quality, Raw material, Manure, Environmental remediation and Biomass. The Environmental remediation study combines topics in areas such as Soil contamination and Phytoremediation.
Gabriel Gascó focuses mostly in the field of Environmental chemistry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Soil water and, in certain cases, Antimony and Environmental engineering. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Pyrolysis, concentrating on Organic matter and frequently concerns with Wastewater and Cellulose. His research in Sewage intersects with topics in Waste disposal, Soil chemistry, Leaching and Sewage sludge treatment.
His main research concerns Biochar, Environmental chemistry, Pyrolysis, Soil water and Sludge. Gabriel Gascó has researched Biochar in several fields, including Soil quality, Soil organic matter, Manure, Environmental remediation and Biomass. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Biosolids, Loam, Leaching and Mineralization.
As part of one scientific family, Gabriel Gascó deals mainly with the area of Pyrolysis, narrowing it down to issues related to the Raw material, and often Environmental engineering. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fertilizer and Compost. Gabriel Gascó has included themes like Inorganic chemistry, Organic matter, Cation-exchange capacity and Sewage in his Sludge study.
Gabriel Gascó mainly focuses on Biochar, Environmental chemistry, Soil water, Manure and Pyrolysis. His Biochar research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soil pH, Aluminium and Environmental protection. His Environmental chemistry research includes elements of Biosolids, Soil contamination, Leaching and Environmental remediation.
His Soil organic matter and Soil respiration study in the realm of Soil water connects with subjects such as Mineral. As part of the same scientific family, Gabriel Gascó usually focuses on Manure, concentrating on Phytoremediation and intersecting with Cation-exchange capacity and Soil test. His Pyrolysis study incorporates themes from Raw material, Hydrothermal carbonization and Environmentally friendly.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Biochar, Environmental chemistry, Pyrolysis, Amendment and Char. His study ties his expertise on Manure together with the subject of Biochar. His studies in Manure integrate themes in fields like Phytoremediation, Soil quality and Soil fertility.
His Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Biosolids and Soil contamination. In his work, Raw material is strongly intertwined with Biomass, which is a subfield of Char. His Environmental remediation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soil type, Soil water and Loam.
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Effects of sewage sludge biochar on plant metal availability after application to a Mediterranean soil.
A. Méndez;A. Gómez;J. Paz-Ferreiro;G. Gascó.
Use of phytoremediation and biochar to remediate heavy metal polluted soils: a review
J. Paz-Ferreiro;J. Paz-Ferreiro;H. Lu;S. Fu;A. Méndez.
Solid Earth (2014)
Soil biochemical activities and the geometric mean of enzyme activities after application of sewage sludge and sewage sludge biochar to soil
J. Paz-Ferreiro;G. Gascó;B. Gutiérrez;A. Méndez.
Biology and Fertility of Soils (2012)
Interactive effects of biochar and the earthworm Pontoscolex corethrurus on plant productivity and soil enzyme activities
Jorge Paz-Ferreiro;Jorge Paz-Ferreiro;Shenglei Fu;Ana Méndez;Gabriel Gascó.
Journal of Soils and Sediments (2014)
Physicochemical and agronomic properties of biochar from sewage sludge pyrolysed at different temperatures
A. Méndez;M. Terradillos;G. Gascó.
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis (2013)
Agronomic properties of biochars from different manure wastes
P. Cely;G. Gascó;J. Paz-Ferreiro;A. Méndez.
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis (2015)
Characterization of hydrochars produced by hydrothermal carbonization of rice husk
D. Kalderis;M. S. Kotti;A. Méndez;G. Gascó.
Solid Earth (2014)
Biochars and hydrochars prepared by pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonisation of pig manure
G. Gascó;J. Paz-Ferreiro;M.L. Álvarez;A. Saa.
Waste Management (2018)
Solubility and toxicity of antimony trioxide (Sb2O3) in soil.
Koen Oorts;Erik Smolders;Fien Degryse;Jurgen Buekers.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Combining phytoextraction and biochar addition improves soil biochemical properties in a soil contaminated with Cd
Huanping Lu;Zhian Li;Shenglei Fu;Ana Méndez.
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