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View Resource Geology and Human Health

The link between geology and human health may not seem obvious, but it many ways geology can affect public health in a variety of crucial ways. Certainly, the relationship between geological factors and water and air quality is one that continues to interest policy makers and others. This site explores these issues, and it was created by the people at Carleton College's Professional Development...

View Resource World Health Organization: Quantifying environmental health impacts

The World Health Organization works in a number of public health areas, and their work on quantifying environmental health impacts has been receiving praise from many quarters. This site provides materials on their work in this area and visitors with a penchant for international health relief efforts and policy analysis will find the site invaluable. Along the left-hand side of the site, visitors...

View Resource The University of Birmingham - Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences Research

The University of Birmingham introduces the goal of its department of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences' (GEES) research to link climate, hydrology, geomorphology, and ecology studies in order to build integrated models of fluvial systems. Users can find ample information about the goals and significance in its many projects which include riparian hydroecology, hydrology of cold...

View Resource Health Impacts of the Built Environment

This presentation from green building consultant Duane Woik looks at the health impacts of the environments we live in. Indoor air quality, pollutants, heating and how these may affect our health are examined. The presentation provides useful solutions on how to avoid and prevent health risks associated with our indoor environments. This document may be downloaded in PDF file format.

View Resource Enivronmental Health and Toxicology

This site is packed with information related to the topic of environmental health and toxicology. There is an excellent tutorial section specifically targeted toward educators and students. The site has a wealth of information about chemicals used in industry and in the average household. This site would be beneficial to students working on environmental problems or trying to understand the...

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