Metal Contaminants in New Zealand: Sources, Treatments, and Effects on Ecology and Human Health

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Resolutionz Press, 2005 - Environmental health - 490 pages
This special publication looks at metals in a New Zealand context and is multidisciplinary in scope. Natural and anthropogenic sources of metal contaminants are identified, specific case studies are presented, and effects upon ecology and human health are explored. The book is over 400 pages long and consists of 23 chapters from some of NZ's pre-eminent scientists in the fields of metals and their effects. Contributions by overseas scientists adds a truly global perspective. This book is directed at professionals and post-graduates in the fields of Earth, Environmental and Health Sciences.

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