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Encyclopedia of Environmental Health (5-Volume Set)

Edited By: Jerome O Nriagu
5016 pages, Col & b/w illus, maps
Publisher: Elsevier
Encyclopedia of Environmental Health (5-Volume Set)
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Knowledge in the field of environmental health is growing rapidly. Within the context of external factors that define its boundaries, environmental health has evolved over time into a complex, multidisciplinary and ill-defined field with uncertain solutions. Many of the key determinants and solutions to environmental health lie outside the direct realm of health and are strongly dependent on environmental changes, water and sanitation, industrial development, education, employment, trade, tourism, agriculture, urbanization, energy, housing and national security. Environmental risks, vulnerability and variability manifest themselves in different ways and at different time scales.

While there are shared global and transnational problems, each community, country or region faces its own unique environmental health problems, the solution of which depends on circumstances surrounding the resources, customs, institutions, values and environmental vulnerability. This work will contain critical reviews and assessments of environmental health practices and research that have worked in places and thus can guide programs and economic development in other countries or regions.

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Edited By: Jerome O Nriagu
5016 pages, Col & b/w illus, maps
Publisher: Elsevier
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