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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

Supporters of EVISA includes:

International journal of soil, sediment, and water

documenting the cutting edge of environmental stewardship


Source type
First volume
Last volume
Publish city
Amherst, Mass.
From a technical perspective, we encourage submittals addressing the full breadth of environmental science and engineering in the context of soil, sediment, and water. General areas of interest and importance include (but are by NO MEANS limited to—the maximum effectiveness of this journal will depend to a great extent on the breadth of topics addressed in its content) analytical methods (chemical, statistical, biological, field, laboratory), biogeochemical processes (chemical fate and effects, materials cycling, energy flow), risk analysis (ecological and human health), remediation and restoration, regulation, policy, and private sector perspectives.

Examples of specific topics of immediate interest include environmental aspects of pharmaceuticals and nanotechnology products, biotechnology risks and benefits, effects of climate change on environmental behavior of chemicals, importance of environmental history in present and future condition of soils, sediments and waters, pharmacokinetic and toxicologic behavior of chemicals and chemical groups, microbial processes and environmental chemicals, chemical and environmental forensics, risks and benefits of emerging technologies and emerging chemicals, pollutant behavior in urban ecosystems, ecosystems aspects of soil, sediment and water in the context of human interactions with the biosphere.

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