Wiley Celebrates World Environment Day

World Environment Day is the United Nations’ flagship day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. Wiley publishes widely in the Earth, Environmental and Life Sciences, and is pleased to make this collection of papers free to read to celebrate World Environment Day.

When you’ve finished reading here, don’t forget to visit the World Environment Day website for more information about this important awareness event.

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Postregistration monitoring of pesticides is urgently required to protect ecosystems

Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management
Latin American protected areas: Protected from chemical pollution?

Journal of the American Water Resources Research
Urban Streamflow Response to Imported Water and Water Conservation Policies in Los Angeles, California

Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin
2015 Snapshot of Water Security in the Nile, Mekong, and Amazon River Basins

Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin
The Mesothalassia Bike-Tour: (Re)Discovering Water by Riding With Scientists

Irrigation and Drainage
Climate Variability and Change: Impacts On Water Availability

Water and Environment Journal
A practical study of white-clawed crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes) mitigation during in-channel construction works, North-East England

A Global Synthesis of Managing Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems Under Sustainable Groundwater Policy

Estimating Pesticide Attenuation From Water Dating and the Ratio of Metabolite to Parent Compound

Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy
Evaluation of sources for the sustainability of energy supply in Turkey

Environmental Quality Management
Environmental Aggression in the Context of Contemporary Law

Environmental Quality Management
Impediments to River Rehabilitation

Acta Geologica Sinica - English Edition
Building Damage Extraction from Post-earthquake Airborne LiDAR Data

Environmental Microbiology
Microbial ecology of mountain glacier ecosystems: Biodiversity, ecological connections, and implications of a warming climate

Environmental Microbiology
Nitrate addition has minimal short-term impacts on Greenland ice sheet supraglacial prokaryotes

Restoration Ecology
Egress! How technophilia can reinforce biophilia to improve ecological restoration

Restoration Ecology
Linking changes in knowledge and attitudes with successful land restoration in indigenous communities

Restoration Ecology
A framework for the practical science necessary to restore sustainable, resilient, and biodiverse ecosystems

Remediation Journal
In Situ Solidification (ISS) of River Sediments: Pilot Demonstration and Discussion of ISS as a Remedial Alternative to Dredging and Capping

Remediation Journal
Editor's Perspective—Green and Sustainable Remediation: Where is the Industry Heading? An Update for 2016

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