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Detecting the Health Effects of Environmental Change: Scientific and Political Challenge

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McMichael, A.J., Woodruff, R.E. Detecting the Health Effects of Environmental Change: Scientific and Political Challenge. EcoHealth 2, 1–3 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10393-004-0152-0

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Keywords

  • Global Environmental Change
  • Anthropogenic Environmental Change
  • Traditional Public Health
  • Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure
  • Environmental Health Effect