Environmental Chemistry Letters
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Aims and Scope
Environmental Chemistry Letters publishes four-page articles of outstanding significance in the following fields:
- Characterisation of natural and affected environments;
- Behaviour, prevention, treatment and control of mineral, organic and radioactive pollutants;
- Interfacial studies involving media such as soil, sediment, water, air, organism, and food;
- Green chemistry, environmentally friendly synthetic pathways, and alternative fuels;
- Ecotoxicology and risk assessment;
- Environmental processes and modelling;
- Environmental technologies, remediation and control;
- Environmental analytical chemistry, biomolecular tools and tracers e.g. stable isotopes
UMR Microbiologie et Geochimie des Sols
INRA-CMSE, Dijon, France
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