Frontiers in Environmental Research
Print ISSN: 2960-0251 Online ISSN: 2960-026X
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Aims & Scope
Frontiers in Environmental Research (FER) (Print ISSN: 2960-0251 Online ISSN: 2960-026X) is a cross-border paper published by UPUBSCIENCE Publisher on the importance of ecology and environmental science to scientific investigation, biodiversity and ecosystem conservation, natural resource management, public policy and other ecological and environmental problem solving. It is a multidisciplinary magazine.
The coverage of journals includes but is not limited to:
Environmental biotechnology, biomarkers
Environmental Chemistry, Ecological Chemistry
Environmental toxicology, ecological toxicology
Environmental Risk Assessment and Management
Environmental pollution, global warming / climate change
Air, Soil, Water and Biota Chemical Contaminants and Health
Pollutant behavior and environmental processes
Biomonitoring and adverse / toxic health effects
Environmental and Occupational Medicine
Environmental functional materials for pollution control
Marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems
Wastewater and sewage pollutants, waste treatment and disposal
Water Pollution Control and Water Security
Editor in Chief
N. Vleuten, Oshima National College of Maritime Technology, Japan
Xiaoyong Zhou, Guilin University of Aerospace Technology
Sonja Glaser, 4th Avenue South West, Altius Centre, Suite 2500, Calgary, Canada
Editorial Board Members
Pengshuai Shao, Binzhou University
Anjun Jin, Ningbo University
Ruijia Wu, Shandong University
Xinyue Mo, Hainan University
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