It also presents a basic approach to risk assessment and risk management. The final section addresses environmental health from sustainable development . This comprehensive interdisciplinary text draws from the social sciences, the natural sciences and the health sciences to introduce students to. BASIC ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH by Annalee Yassi, Tord Kjellstrom, Theo de Kok, and Tee L. Guidotti; Oxford. University Press, New York, ;
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The final chapter focuses on ethical issues and action planning. I found this book very useful in my class, “Environmental and Occupational Health.
In three sections, Basic Environmental Health succeeds in conveying key concepts and methods widely regarded as pillars of environmental-health science–namely, the survey of environmental risk factors, human exposure assessment, and source characterization and mitigation.
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Healthy and energy use Human energy needs Biomass fuels Fossil fuels Hydropower Nuclear power Alternative energy sources Comparing risks Priorities for action Risk Management ; 5.
The first part of the book concentrates on broad issues, providing frameworks for the investigation and management of environmental health problems. Oxford University Press- Medical – pages. Water and sanitation Why water is essential Water quality, sanitation, and health Adequacy of freshwater supply to meet the world’s needs Drinking-water quality criteria Drinking-water supply and monitoring Sanitation Contol of water pollution Recreational water quality guidelines Ensuring a safe and sufficient water supply 7.
Special case studies, definitions, and emerging paradigms are highlighted in accessible boxes throughout the book.
Basic Environmental Health
Oxford University Press Amazon. Industrial pollution and chemical safety Extent of industrial pollution Public wnvironmental from industrial sources Hazards by industry Major chemical contaminants of concern in the general environment and the workplace The social context of occupational health and safety Dimensions and types of occupational health problems Industrial environmental uealth Approaches to prevention The final section addresses enviromnental health from sustainable development themes settlements and healthh, energy, industry, and global concerns.
Industrial pollution and chemical safety ; Academic Skip to main content. Return to Book Page. Wazirhassan rated it really liked it Dec 11, It also presents a basic approach to risk assessment and risk management.
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The first part of the book concentrates on broad issues, providing frameworks for the investigation and management of environmental health problems. The middle section deepens the discussion of routes of exposure air quality, water and sanitation, food and agricultural issues.
Basic environmental health / by Annalee Yassi [et al.]
The final chapter focuses on ethical issues and heaoth planning. Marsha Charlene marked it as to-read Mar 22, Transboundary and global health concerns ; Each chapter begins with ayssi set of learning objectives and ends with a set of challenging study questions.