Best Reference Books – Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology and Microbiology

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology and Microbiology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology and Microbiology along with reviews.

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1. “Environmental Chemistry” by Anil Kumar De
2. “Environmental Chemistry” by Banerji

“Environmental Chemistry” Book Review: This text on aspects relating to environmental chemistry is designed for courses taught in departments of science and environment, biotechnology and chemical and civil engineering. It provides a good exposure to the biological diversity of the environment and deals with its various life supporting systems.

3. “Fundamental Concepts Of Environmental Chemistry” by G S Sodhi

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“Fundamental Concepts Of Environmental Chemistry” Book Review: the influence of environmental factors on both living and nonliving with special emphasis on human health problems like mutagenesis, teratogenesis and carcinogenesis. Energy conservation, acid rain, catalytic converters, greenhouse gases.

4. “Environmental Biology and Toxicology” by P D Sharma
5. “Statistics for Environmental Biology and Toxicology” by A John Bailer and Walter Piegorsch

“Statistics for Environmental Biology and Toxicology” Book Review: Statistics for Environmental Biology and Toxicology presents and illustrates statistical methods appropriate for the analysis of environmental data obtained in biological or toxicological experiments. Beginning with basic probability and statistical inferences, this text progresses through non-linear and generalized linear models, trend testing, time-to-event data and analysis of cross-classified tabular and categorical data. For the more complex analyses, extensive examples including SAS and S-PLUS programming code are provided to assist the reader when implementing the methods in practice.

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6. “Environmental Toxicology: Selected Entries from the Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology” by Edward A Laws

“Environmental Toxicology: Selected Entries from the Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology” Book Review: Area of sustainability and public health research. The broad coverage includes sections on ecological risk assessment, monitoring, mechanisms, fate and transport, prevention, and correctives, as well as treatment of the health effects of solar radiation and toxicology in the ocean. The 23 state-of-the-art chapters provide a multi-disciplinary perspective on this vital area, which encompasses environmental science, biology, chemistry, and public health.

7. “Environmental Toxicology: Biological and Health Effects of Pollutants” by Ming-Ho Yu and Humio Tsunoda

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“Environmental Toxicology: Biological and Health Effects of Pollutants” Book Review: tbook is a useful resource for students, professionals, and researchers interested in the effects of pollutants on living systems. The book discusses the sources, metabolism, and damage process of toxicants, and the environmental, biological, and nutritional factors that may influence toxicity. It looks at natural defense systems, including the mechanisms for detoxification―such as endogenous antioxidants and free radical scavenging enzymes―on a cellular level.A new chapter on occupational toxicology, covering indoor air quality, chemicals in the workplace, nanoparticle exposure, and more An updated chapter on environmental changes and health, including significant environmental changes that have occurred since the last edition An updated chapter on environmental cancer, including changes in death rates of respiratory cancers New material on the importance of nitrous oxide (N2O) in stratospheric ozone layer depletion An expanded discussion of environmental disasters

8. “Environmental Mycology in Public Health: Fungi and Mycotoxins Risk Assessment and Management” by Carla Viegas

“Environmental Mycology in Public Health: Fungi and Mycotoxins Risk Assessment and Management” Book Review: provides the most updated information on fungi, an essential element in the survival of our global ecology that can also pose a significant threat to the health of occupants when they are present in buildings. Provides unique new insights on fungi and their metabolites detection in the environmental and occupational settings Presents new information that is enriched by significant cases studies Multi-contributed work, edited by a proficient team in medical and environmental mycology with different individual expertise Guides the readers in the implementation of preventive and protective measures regarding exposure to fungi.

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9. “Textbook of Environmental Microbiology” by Pradipta K Mohapatra

“Textbook of Environmental Microbiology” Book Review: The present book meets the requirement of the students of Microbiology, Biotechnology, Life Sciences and Environmental Sciences. It provides the fundamental knowledge on the microbial diversity, processes and applications in the environment. This can also be used as a source of basic knowledge for the researchers in the field of environmental microbiology. This book contains Microbial approaches to wastewater treatment. Microbial diversity and processes in different habitats. The microbiology of extreme environment. Microbial remediation of wasteland and pesticide contaminated habitats. Microbial interactions in the environment and their role in the environmental processes. Symbiotic interaction of microbes with plants and animals and their role in ecosystem stability. The rhizosphere microbiology and its role in plant productivity. Microbial processes in saline and freshwater habitats. Microbial mobilization of nutrients with special reference to the mobilization of nitrogen and phosphorus. Advanced methodologies to study the microbial diversity and phylogenetic relationship in the environment. Microbial remediation of the metal contaminated habitat. Microbial mobilization and recovery of valuable metals from low grade ores and diluted solutions. Microbial degradation of recalcitrant pollutant. Determination of the environmental quality by microbial indication.

10. “Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology” by D P Singh

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“Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology” Book Review: This book provides general information in the area of Environmental Science, Microbiology and Biotechnology. Keeping in view the recent advances in these disciplines, this book aims to focus on the application of Microbiology and Biotechnology in tackling the environmental issues viz., role of microbes in waste management, bioremediation, health and hygiene, biological control and plant productivity, bio fertilizers, vermiculture and bio composting. This book offers an exhaustive and authentic account of the integral relationship of microbiology, biotechnology with environmental science. Students from all these disciplines would find this book as an authentic source of information and would be immensely benefited. This book includes the matter required by both undergraduate and postgraduate students including researchers, who are genuinely interested in knowing the applied aspect of microbiology, biotechnology particularly with reference to Environmental issues. Since every chapter starts with a basic concept of problems and issues, it easily enables the readers to comprehend the subject in a lucid manner.

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