Environmental Contamination in Antarctica
A Challenge to Analytical ChemistryEdited By
- S. Caroli, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome, Italy
- P. Cescon, Department of Chemistry, University "Ca' Foscari" of Venice, Italy
- D.W.H. Walton, Terrestrial and Freshwater Life Division, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK
Scientists involved in Antarctic studies. Antarctic research and regulatory bodies. Environmentalists, ecologists, toxicologists. Analytical chemists, geochemists. Global change scientists.
Hardbound, 420 pages
Published: July 2001
...The book will be a useful reference for those tasked with implementing monitoring programs in Antarctic environment and is a must for everyone with an interest in this area. The authors must be complimented on undertaking such a task, and as a result, the reader has been awarded with a very good reference book.
M.C. Kennicutt II, Antarctic Science
...this work should be consulted by all those involved in monitoring our environment. The stimulating text is supported by a wealth of reference material, complemented by extensive bibliographies (not alphabetic), author and subject indexes. ...recommend it to your library.
...the book aims to contribute to the public understanding of pollution in the Antarctic environment and is a must for everone with an interest in this area. The authors must be complimented on undertaking such a task, and as a result, the reader has been awarded with a very good reference book.
A. Covaci, The Analyst