Environmental Chemistry: A global perspective describes the chemical principles which underpin the natural processes occurring within and between the air, water, and soil, and explores how human activities have impacted on these processes, giving rise to environmental issues of global concern.
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Gary W. vanLoon, Emeritus Professor, School of Environmental Studies Queen's University, Canada, and Stephen J. Duffy, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Mount Allison University, Canada
"The book is well written and clear to understand. Unlike its competitors, it makes the complex simple." - Matthew-John Tully, student, University of Bangor
"I enjoyed reading Environmental Chemistry and I feel that it was very helpful in aiding my understanding of the subject. It includes many worked examples with explanations and clear diagrams." - Xinci Koh, student, University of Durham
"This text gives a thorough treatment of all aspects of environmental chemistry. I particularly liked the inclusion of the more probing Fermi questions that require integration of the material with concepts and ideas beyond the text and lead to some very interesting results!" - Patrick Boaler, student, University of York
"Environmental Chemistry is a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to the chemistry of the Earths atmosphere and environment. The authors provide clear graphs and diagrams throughout to explain the text in a concise manner. Throughout, the theory is supported strongly with data, research and calculations." - Adam Stubbs, student, Newcastle University
·Ten multiple choice questions per chapter
·Links to useful websites
·Literature updates since publication
· Solutions manual containing solutions to problems presented in the book
· Figures from the book, available to download
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