Critical Insights in Environmental Science and Technology

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About the journal

Critical Insights in Environmental Science and Technology is a broad, selective, open access journal publishing the best innovative research in the field of environmental science. The journal focusses on understanding and assessing the myriad of environmental problems that face society today and investigating rational strategies and methods for their control. Lead by a team of international academic experts, Critical Insights in Environmental Science and Technology aims to highlight collaborative, interdisciplinary research with a future focus that will articulate where the field is heading.

The journal welcomes original research and short reviews on all environmental science disciplines, including but not limited to, waste and wastewater treatment, fate and transport of contaminants, bioremediation, soil contamination, wetland function and design, waste reduction, recycling, and reuse, air, soil, and water contaminant biogeochemistry, risk assessment and management, environmental toxicology and epidemiology.

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                Meet the Editor-In-Chief

                Dr Albert Juhasz is a Research Professor at the Future Industries Institute, University of South Australia leading the Legacy and Emerging Contaminants Research Group.

                His research focuses on the environmental fate of contaminants, factors influencing human and ecological exposure and the development of soil-based strategies for reducing exposure to legacy and emerging contaminants.

                Albert is internationally recognized for his innovative, cross disciplinary research on the refinement of human health exposure through the assessment of contaminant bioavailability and bioaccessibility. His research has led to significant advancements in knowledge regarding the in vivo assessment of organic and inorganic contaminant bioavailability and its prediction using surrogate in vitro assays. Outcomes from bioavailability and bioaccessibility studies have advanced fundamental knowledge on physicochemical mechanisms influencing contaminant exposure from soil and dust, and physiological parameters impacting contaminant dissolution and precipitation. This has led to a greater understanding of the fate of contaminants in the environment, factors influencing exposure and physicochemical strategies that may be applied for exposure minimisation. Albert is active in translating fundamental research into applied outcomes for the Environmental Sector.

                Bioavailability and bioaccessibility research outcomes have been adopted in environmental guidance, both nationally and internationally. This has resulted in the adoption of bioavailability-based site-specific exposure refinements which have influenced risk management and remediation decisions resulting in significant social, environmental and economic impact.

                Dr Albert Juhasz
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