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Dynamics of functional genes and bacterial community during bioremediation of diesel-contaminated soil amended with compost
Compost is widely used as an organic additive to improve the bioremediation of diesel-contaminated soil. In this study, the effects of compost amendment on the remediation performance, functional genes, and bacterial community are evaluated during the bioremediation of diesel-contaminated soils with various ratios of compost (0–20%, w/w). The study reveals that the diesel removal efficiency, soil enzyme (dehydrogenase and urease) activity, soil CH4 oxidation potential, and soil N2O reductiondoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1652263/v1 fatcat:dpbccju3lnf5te66fzgtl52rva