Environmental Pollution is an international journal that seeks to publish papers that report results from original, novel research that addresses significant environmental pollution issues and problems and contribute new knowledge to science. The editors welcome high quality papers where the pollutants are clearly defined and measured and can be directly related to biological, ecological, and human health effects. This includes air, water, and soil pollution and climate change. New techniques for the study and measurement of pollutants and their effects are also encouraged as well as papers on new types of environmental challenges such as pollution/antibiotic resistances of organisms. Emerging pollutions are of eminent interest, such as microplastics, electronic wastes, light or noise pollution as long as they can clearly be related to the biological effects mentioned above. Papers must be process-orientated and/or hypotheses-based to be considered for population. Papers based on field studies are given priority for publication over micro/meso cosmos studies.
Published by Elsevier.
|Urban metabolism: Measuring the city's contribution to sustainable development||Journal Article||Conke and Ferreira Leonardo S. Conke and Tainá L. Ferreira||2015|
|Urban metabolism: A review of research methodologies||Journal Article||Yan Zhang Yan Zhang||2013|
|The study of urban metabolism and its applications to urban planning and design||Journal Article||Kennedy et al. Kennedy, C and Pincetl, S and Bunje, P||2011|