Environmental Geochemistry of Food Contaminants by Ming Hung Wong - PDF and EPUB eBook
This book discusses major emerging environmental issues caused by rapid industrialization in Asia, while concurrently detailing...
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Details of Environmental Geochemistry of Food Contaminants
- Exact title of the book
- Environmental Geochemistry of Food Contaminants
- Book author
- Ming Hung Wong
- Book edition
- Number of pages
- 288 pages
- File size (in PDF)
- 1152 kB
Some brief overview of book
This book discusses major emerging environmental issues caused by rapid industrialization in Asia, while concurrently detailing the linkages between the natural and disturbed chemical composition of the earth's surface. It contains five parts: (1) The degradation of soil and water resources, (2) Historical perspectives on monitoring and assessment of toxic chemicals, (3) Fates and pathways of different toxic chemicals, (4) Food contamination incidents, and (5) Techniques currently available in treating toxic chemicals and remediating contaminated sites.