This summer Environmental Geochemistry and Health had an updated Impact Factor for 2012 of 2.076. This clearly demonstrates the growing success of the journal from 2011 and reflects the on-going activities of the community and importance of issues raised by the authors, special issues dealing with current themes and the strong relationship between Springer and SEGH. Don't forget that you can access the full back catalogue of Environmental Geochemistry and Health as an SEGH member, accessing the journal via the www.segh.net log-in function.
Environmental Geochemistry and Health has initiated a topical collection for papers on Fracking (Hydraulic Fracturing)– Environmental and Health Issues
The journal is seeking papers that deal with any environmental and/or health issues related to this important, timely topic. Papers may be submitted through the journal’s regular online submission system at http://www.editorialmanager.com/egah/
NOTE: When submitting papers on this topic, please select Topical Collection: Fracking (Hydraulic Fracturing) as the article type.