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Development of a pictorial scale for assessing functional interference with chronic pain: the Pictorial Pain Interference Questionnaire

Development of a pictorial scale for assessing functional interference with chronic pain: the Pictorial Pain Interference Questionnaire Andrew J Cook,1 David A Roberts,2 Karen C Nelson,3 Brian R

Biochar from commercially cultivated seaweed for soil amelioration

University, Cairns Australia 4870Michael I. Bird AuthorsSearch for David A. Roberts in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google ScholarSearch for Nicholas A. Paul in:Nature Research journals • PubMed ... David A. Roberts. Supplementary information PDF files1.Supplementary Information Supplementary Information Rights and permissions This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0

The Sequential Application of Macroalgal Biosorbents for the Bioremediation of a Complex Industrial Effluent

Fe-treated biochar and raw biochar produced from macroalgae are effective biosorbents of metalloids and metals, respectively. However, the treatment of complex effluents that contain both metalloid and metal contaminants presents a challenging scenario. We test a multiple-biosorbent approach to bioremediation using Fe-biochar and biochar to remediate both metalloids and metals...

The Effect of CO2 on Algal Growth in Industrial Waste Water for Bioenergy and Bioremediation Applications

The energy, mining and mineral processing industries are point sources of metal-contaminated waste water and carbon dioxide (CO2). Freshwater macroalgae from the genus Oedogonium can be grown in metal-contaminated waste water to generate biomass for bioenergy applications and concomitantly bioremediate metals. However, interactions between CO2 addition and algal growth, which can...

Bioremediation of a Complex Industrial Effluent by Biosorbents Derived from Freshwater Macroalgae

Biosorption with macroalgae is a promising technology for the bioremediation of industrial effluents. However, the vast majority of research has been conducted on simple mock effluents with little data available on the performance of biosorbents in complex effluents. Here we evaluate the efficacy of dried biomass, biochar, and Fe-treated biomass and biochar to remediate 21...