About this book series

The protection of our environment is one of the most important challenges facing today's society. At the focus of efforts to solve environmental problems are strategies to determine the actual damage, to manage problems in a viable manner, and to provide technical protection. Similar to the companion subseries Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science reports the newest results of research.
The subjects covered include: air pollution; water and soil pollution; renaturation of rivers; lakes and wet areas; biological ecological; and geochemical evaluation of larger regions undergoing rehabilitation; avoidance of environmental damage.
The newest research results are presented in concise presentations written in easy to understand language, ready to be put into practice.
Discontinued series: although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed here remain available.
Part of this series
Environmental Science and Engineering
Electronic ISSN
2661-8222
Print ISSN
1431-6250
Series Editor
  • Ulrich Förstner,
  • Wim H. Rulkens,
  • Wim Salomons

Book titles in this series