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-Geochemistry for sustainable development: poverty alleviation, ecosystem services.
-Soil and water contamination and air pollution.
-Mining and legacy issues to inform future policy.
-Climate change and Environmental Degradation: Land-use planning, hazard assessment and mitigation.
-Impact of Agricultural development on the environment efficient delivery of macro-/micronutrients to crops.
-Urban agriculture and Food Safety.
-Soil and water geochemistry influence on plant, animal and human health.
-Multiple stressors and biodiversity conservation.
-Water resource management.
-Geochemistry dynamics in aquatic ecosystems.
-Water and the Community
-Erosion and sediment transport
-Flood risk management
-Spatial tools, predictive models, remote sensing and communications.
-Isotope Tracers and Elemental Speciation.
-Technology fit-for-purpose e.g. sensors, live data collation, tools for collation/delivery of data.
-Laboratory method development for environmental and health studies.
-Statistics – sampling strategies, data interpretation tools for communicating science to policymakers and the general public.
-Epidemiology and endemic diseases associated with pollution and deficiency of essential nutrients.
-Biomarkers for monitoring exposure to pollutants or health status.
-Science to policy - social impact, economics, ethics and policies.
-Population Health and Sanitation.
-Planetary health .
-Wildlife and livestock health: exposure to pollutants and poor nutrition.