Howard Frumkin (National Center for Environmental Health and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, US)
Methods, Paradigms, Ecology, Human health, Toxicology, Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology, Exposure Assessment, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Management, Environmental Psychology, Genetics and Environmental Health, Environmental Health Ethics, Environmental Justice, Global, Population Pressure, Climate Change, Developing Nations, Regional, Air Pollution, Energy Production, Healthy Cities, Water and Health, Local, Solid and Hazardous Waste, Pest Control and Pesticides, Food Safety, Buildings, Workplace Health and Safety, Radiation, Injuries, Disaster Preparedness, Nature Contact: A Health Benefit, Children, Practicing Prevention in Environmental Health, Environmental Health Practice, Geographic Information Systems, Risk Assessment, Environmental Health Policy, Risk Communication, Legal Remedies
The second edition of Environmental Health: From Global to Local, a comprehensive introductory text, offers an overview of the methodology and paradigms of this burgeoning field, ranging from ecology to epidemiology, from toxicology to environmental psychology, and from genetics to ethics. Expert contributors discuss the major issues in contemporary environmental health: air, water, food safety, occupational health, radiation, chemical and physical hazards, vector control, and injuries. Also emphasizing a wide variety of issues of global interest, the thoroughly revised second edition contains updated information on such timely topics as toxicology, exposure assessment, climate change, population pressure, developing nations and urbanization, energy production, building and community design, solid and hazardous waste, and disaster preparedness. In addition, each chapter of Environmental Health includes learning objectives, key points, and discussion questions.
Howard Frumkin, Environmental Health: From Global to Local (2nd edn Jossey-Bass , USA 2010)