An increasing breadth and depth of knowledge is required to tackle the health threats of the environment in the 21st century, and to accommodate the increasing sophistication and globalisation of policies and practices.
Clay's Library of Health and the Environment provides a focus for the publication of leading-edge knowledge in this field, tackling broad and detailed issues. The flagship publication Clay's Handbook of Environmental Health, now in its 18th edition, continues to serve environmental health officers and other professionals in over thirty countries.
Dictionary of Environmental Health
E.coli Environmental Health Issues of VTEC 0157
By Dr Owen Harrop
January 11, 2002
Air Quality Assessment and Management: A Practical Guide describes the techniques available for an assessment while detailing the concepts and methodologies involved. It reviews the principles of air quality management; primary sources of air pollution; impact of emissions on human health, flora ...
By David Worthington
December 23, 2002
Coming from the people who brought you Clay's Handbook of Environmental Health, the Dictionary of Environmental Health will provide a one stop reference to over 3,000 common, and not so common terms, concepts, abbreviations, acronyms and a wealth of supporting data no longer found in most reference...
By Stephen Palmer, Sharon Parry
May 10, 2002
The control of E.coli 0157 is at the heart of the environmental health practitioner's professional agenda. This book is aimed at health professionals who need to be fully informed about the sources and effects of the organism in order to provide advice and enforce legislation at local level as well...