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Environmental Pollution

Continued from Environmental Pollution Series A, Ecological and Biological and Environmental Pollution Series B, Chemical and Physical


AGRICOLA, Air Pollution Control Association Journal, Biological and Agricultural Index, Current Contents/Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences, EMBASE, Energy Information Abstracts, Environmental Periodicals Bibliography, GeoSciTech, MEDLINE®, SCISEARCH, Science Citation Index, Scopus
Environmental pollution, Part A/B

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First volume
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Kidlington, Oxford, UK
Environmental Pollution is an international journal that addresses issues relevant to the nature, distribution and ecological effects of all types and forms of chemical pollutants in air, soil and water. The Editors welcome articles based on original research, findings from re–examination and interpretation of existing data and reviews of important issues. In addition, the journal also publishes articles on new methods of detection, study and remediation of environmental pollutants.

A subscription to Environmental Pollution gives you wide–ranging information on all topics of current interest and importance. You will benefit from:
  • original and timely discussions of the ecological implications of pollution problems from a variety of viewpoints.
  • Results of new research into all aspects of pollution. Papers focus particularly on the distribution and ecological effects of environmental pollutants, and on new techniques for their study and measurement
  • review articles by international authorities giving up–to–date critical reviews of particular pollution problems
  • occasional themed issues on topics of particular interest
  • the expertise of an active international Editorial Board
  • a bibliography surveying current available literature compiled with the assistance of Excerpta Medica.

All types of pollution are covered, including atmospheric pollutants, detergents, fertilizers, industrial effluents, metals, mining wastes, oil, pesticides, plastics, radioactive materials and sewage.

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