November-December 2013 | Volume 121, Issue 11-12
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The urban decay of the middle and late twentieth century has given way to a gardening revival in cities around the globe. But urban soils are often heavily contaminated with metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and other contaminants, prompting questions about the health consequences of urban gardening—and some new solutions.
Table of Contents November-December 2013 | 121(11-12):1245–1385
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