Environment International

Environment International covers all disciplines engaged in the field of environmental research. It seeks to quantify the impact of contaminants in the human environment, and to address human impacts on the natural environment itself. We recognize that scientific issues related to environmental health and human welfare are inherently interdisciplinary and, therefore, we welcome articles that cover the entire spectrum of sources, pathways, sinks and interactions between environmental pollutants, whether chemical, biological or physical. The primary criteria for publication are scientific quality and environmental significance.

Publisher
Elsevier
Website
http://www.journals.elsevier.com/environment-international/
Impact factor
5.297 (2011)

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Oncology & Cancer

Air pollution may increase risk for childhood leukemia

Exposure to traffic-related air pollution may be associated with an increased risk for childhood leukemia, according to a study published in the August issue of Environment International.

Health

Chemicals in pet feces may signal threats to human health

Dogs and cats may be exposed in their homes to a potentially toxic group of chemicals, with their discovery in the pets' stool being a sign of health issues for humans living with them, a new study shows.

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