Environmental Geochemistry and Health
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Aims and Scope
Pollution, arising from the extraction and use of mineral resources distorts natural geochemical systems. Geochemical surveys of soil, water and plants show how major and trace elements are distributed geographically. Associated epidemiological studies reveal the possibility of causal links between the geochemical environment and disease. Experimental research illuminates the nature or consequences of natural geochemical processes.
High quality research papers or reviews dealing with any aspect of environmental geochemistry are welcomed. Submission of papers which directly link health and the environment are particularly encouraged. Papers may be theoretical, interpretative or experimental.
Ming H. Wong
Croucher Institute for Environmental Sciences, Hong Kong Baptist University, PR of China
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