AGU’s interdisciplinary journal, GeoHealth, adds three new experts to its editorial board as it continues to grow in submissions, impact, and scope.
Editor in Chief, GeoHealth 2017-
Community Scientists Help to Beat the Heat
As cities face health threats from heat and air pollution—both expected to worsen from climate change—researchers pilot a community scientist effort to map air quality and improve urban health.
Does Bad Air Cause Lung Cancer?
Papers are welcomed for a new cross-journal special collection exploring the links between air quality and lung cancer.
Our Losing Phosphate Wager
Global food systems depend on fertilizers with phosphate. We need to act now before this nonrenewable resource runs out.
Dangerous Bacteria Catch a Ride on Saharan Dust
Saharan dust events can spread bacterial pathogens over long distances, but we may be able to predict the human health risk from exposure.
Geohealth: Science’s First Responders
At the intersection of human health and the environment, the emerging field called geohealth can teach us how not to repeat mistakes made in past disasters.
Fog Catching for Thirsty Locales
Many arid and semi-arid regions experience very little rainfall, but quite a bit of fog, which might be a viable source of drinking water.
New Strategies to Protect People from Smoke During Wildfires
Satellite measurements coupled with inexpensive air quality monitors could help protect humans from smoke particulates during wildfire events.
Aspiring Toward Healthy Cities in China
One of the authors of a new report on efforts to create healthy cities in China describes challenges and opportunities for urban health and healthcare.
Introducing a New Editor in Chief for GeoHealth
Find out how the person in charge of AGU’s newest journal became interested in geohealth and his vision for the journal over the coming years.