Wiley Series Sponsored by IUPAC in Biophysico-Chemical Processes in Environmental Systems
Sponsored by The Division of Chemistry and the Environment of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), the Biophysico-Chemical Processes in Environmental Systems Series addresses the fundamentals of physical-chemical-biological interfacial interactions in the environment and the impacts on: the transformation, transport and fate of nutrients and pollutants; food chain contamination and food quality and safety, and ecosystem health, including human health. In contrast to classical books that focus largely on separate physical, chemical, and biological processes, this unique book series integrates the frontiers of knowledge on both fundamentals and impacts on interfacial interactions of these processes in the global environment.
With the rapid developments in environmental physics, chemistry and biology, it is becoming much harder, if not impossible, for scientists to follow new developments outside their immediate area of research by reading the primary research literature. The Biophysico-Chemical Processes in Environmental Systems Series captures pertinent research topics of significant current interest, and presents to the environmental science community a distilled and integrated version of new developments in biophysico-chemical processes in environmental systems.
ABOUT THE SERIES EDITORS:
Pan Ming Huang, PhD, FAAAS, FASA, FCSSS, FSSSA, FWIF, is Professor Emeritus of Soil Science at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada. He received the Distinguished Researcher Award from the University of Saskatchewan and the Soil Science Research Award from the Soil Science Society of America.
Nicola Senesi, PhD, FSSSA, FASA, FPSSS, is Professor of Soil Chemistry and Head of the Department of Agroforestal and Environmental Biology and Chemistry of the University of Bari, Bari, Italy, where he has been actively involved in research and teaching since 1969. He was conferred a doctorate honoris causa by the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France, in 2000.