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The Association for Environmental Health and Sciences (AEHS) was created to facilitate communication and foster cooperation among professionals concerned with the challenge of soil protection and cleanup.

Experience over the past decades has revealed the need for a consistent and reliable network for the exchange of information derived from multiple sources and disciplines among people who, because of different disciplinary affiliations and interests, may not have easy access to significant portions of the information map.

AEHS provides the network. AEHS members represent the many disciplines involved in making decisions and solving problems affecting soils, including chemistry, geology, hydrogeology, law, engineering, modeling, toxicology, regulatory science, public health, and public policy.

Please see www.aehs.com for further information about the Association, Conferences or Publications.

 

The International Society of Environmental Forensics (ISEF) has grown out of the need for a platform to present scientific investigations that address environmental contamination subjected to law, public debate, or formal argumentation as well as the evaluation of the basic science that serves as underpinnings to those activities.

ISEF is dedicated to the international consolidation and exchange of information related to environmental forensics. The society will offer technical workshops, and educational seminars on subjects of interest to our membership, and the scientific community practicing in this emerging field.

The journal (Environmental Forensics) is an international, quarterly, peer-reviewed publication offering scientific studies that explore source, fate, transport and ecological effects of environmental contamination, with contamination being delineated in terms of chemical characterization, biological influence, responsible parties and legal consequences.

Please see www.environmentalforensics.org for further information about the Society, Workshops or Journal.

 
   

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