Annals of Environmental Science: New Open Access Journal
Launched in March 2007, Annals of Environmental Science (AES) is an on-line journal for the environmental sciences broudly defined with extra special features:
International Editorial Board
Rigorously peer-reviewed. Current acceptance rate is 75%
Open access: you can read and download any AES paper any time from anywhere in the world.
Completely free of charge to authors and readers
Supplementary materials are included with the paper on the same URL.
Color, photographs and multiple graphics available at no charge.
Abstracted by Chemical Abstracts, Medline, SciFinder Scholar, etc.
AES welcomes your papers. See www.aes.neu.edu for complete details.
With thousands of listed sites, this web site states that it is the largest exclusively environmental organization directory on the Web. It includes sites from over 100 countries in 30 major categories with additional sub categories in the largest ones. It also has a search engine and links to other useful web sites.
The ACS web site, located in Washington, DC, offers information on the entire range of the Society’s activities and products including future meetings, public outreach, public affairs, continuing education, journals and other publications, exerpts from Chemical & Engineering News, etc.
The Association of Chemistry and the Environment (ACE) is an European non-profit-making scientific association founded in France in 2000. Aiming at the protection of the Environment, it will favour contacts between academics, education, private firms, and social representatives. ACE organises annually English-speaking meetings in December in France. It will soon launch a new international Journal (Environmental Chemistry Letters). An ACE newsletter will be edited in 2001.
Located at CAS in Columbus, OH, this site provides information about CAS products and services, support and training and upcoming developments.
The complete Website for all chemistry-based technicians. ChemTechLinks is a project funded by the NSF Advanced Technological Education Program (ATE). The purpose of this ACS web site is to provide a single source of information and connections for all chemically based technicians.
This web site provides information on that Division’s business, award guidelines, programs, job and postdoc clearinghouse, grant and fellow opportunities, and more.
This site provides chemistry, environmental and hazardous materials educational resources including a detailed periodic table of elements and articles on chemistry, environmental and hazardous materials issues.
With partial support from US EPA, Procter and Gamble, and DuPont, these databases identify or provide information necessary for assessing human or environmental exposure to chemicals from occupational and consumer use, environmental contamination, and food consumption including physical properties (water solubility, vp, log P, pKa, Henry’s law constants, etc.), degradation or transport information, and ambient and effluent monitoring data. EFDB is comprised of several interrelated files – DATALOG, BIOLOG, CHEMFATE and BIODEG.
This EPA web site provides program information for online PBT screening methodology. The PBT Profiler is a subset of methods included in the P2 Framework, which is an approach to risk screening that incorporates pollution prevention principles in the design and development of chemicals.
The Environmental Events Service is the most comprehensive and up-to-date database of Environmental Events on the web, presently including 300+ entries.
This web site provides comprehensive toxicological, medical signs and symptoms of exposure, safety, protective clothing, environmental analytical and hazardous properties information on selected commonly encountered and regulated pollutants.
NGWA provides professional and technical leadership in the advancement of the ground water industry and in the protection, the promotion, and the responsible development and use of ground water resources.
The National Registry of Certified Chemists (NRCC) is cosponsored by the American Chemical Society and other organizations in the clinical, environmental, and forensic disciplines. It offers certification examinations for Environmental Analytical Chemist, Environmental Analytical Technician, Clinical Chemist, Clinical Chemist Technologist, Toxicological Chemist, and Chemical Hygiene Officer. The examinations are offered at a variety of sites, including ACS National Meetings.
A comprehensive resource on environmental issues of the offshore oil and gas development industry.
This EPA web site provides information on new developments, information on various EPA offices, regions and laboratories, information libraries and locators, EPA data systems and software, and information on grants, contracts, jobs, rules, regulations, legislation, publications, and much more.
This University Website features recent information and resources regarding Agrichemical and Environmental News.
Advocacy group that helps the victims of asbestos exposure and their loved ones. We connect our visitors with the resources they need to understand and fight asbestos-related disease, all at no cost. We research the latest data about asbestos and asbestos-related diseases to ensure an accurate, up-to-date site, and we maintain relationships with doctors and cancer centers to promote patient access to cutting-edge treatment.
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