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Environmental Health Sciences: A Guide
Books, journals, databases and online resources about environmental health
Presents the use of geospatial techniques to address a number of environmental issues, including land use change, climatic variability, urban sprawl, population density modelling, flooding, environmental health, water quality, energy resources, urban growth modelling, infectious diseases and the quality of life.
Trace metals in the environment ; 10.
Contents: pt. 1. Lead in the human environment -- pt. 2. Lead exposure in human populations -- pt. 3. Lead toxicity in humans -- pt. 4. Human health risk assessment -- pt. 5. Regulatory approaches to control.
Available: Howard-Tilton Stacks
Textbook of Children's Environmental Health by Philip J. Landrigan (Editor); Ruth A. Etzel (Editor)
Call Number: WA 30.5 T355 2014
Publication Date: 2013-12-13
Today the World Health Organization attributes 36% of all childhood deaths to environmental causes. Children's environmental health is a new and expanding discipline that studies the profound impact of chemical and environmental hazards on child health.
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