Webinar: Landscape photography for health and wellbeing during the pandemic

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WEBINAR  Prof. Chaosheng Zhang, Persnal Professor of Geography Director, International Network for Environment and Health (INEH) School of Geography, Archaeology & Irish Studies National University of Ireland, Galway Topic: Landscape photography for health and wellbeing during the pandemic Time: Dec 18, 2021 (Saturday), 13:00 Dublin   Join Zoom Meeting https://nuigalway-ie.zoom.us/j/93073095157?pwd=WGlQQmtuREdFWDZRTmQ0NlZQM2pDdz09   Meeting ID: 930 7309 5157 Passcode: 459386

Sleeping volcanes, awaking health issues: the hazardous effects of hydrothermal emissions on the respiratory system

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  SLEEPING VOLCANES, AWAKING HEALTH ISSUES: THE HAZARDOUS EFFECTS OF HYDROTHERMAL EMISSIONS ON THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM As we continue developing the International Invited Speaker Seminar Series sponsored by the IEHSC Consortium and IMGA, We are pleased to welcome Dr. Patricia Ventura Garcia as our second speaker in this series. Patricia is a professor of ecotoxicology, environmental health, histology and entomology at the University of Azores, Department of Biology. She has served as Head of the Faculty of Sciences and Technology … Read More

Recent Progress on Medical Geology

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Edited by Xinbin Feng, Ping Li, Nelly Manay  Last update 22 December 2020   Medical Geology is defined as the science dealing with the relationship between geological factors and health problems in humans, animals and plants. The International Medical Geology Association (IMGA) aims to provide a network and a forum to characterize the properties of geological processes and agents, the dispersal of geological material and their effects on human populations. MEDGEO series conferences are held by IMGA once every two years, and the 8th International … Read More

Medical Geology: Linking Environment and Human Health

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Edited by Xinbin Feng, Diego Fridman, Jose Centeno, Aihua Zhang Last update 17 May 2021   Medical Geology is defined as the science dealing with the relationship between geological factors and health problems in humans, animals and plants. The International Medical Geology Association (IMGA) aims to provide a network and a forum to characterise the properties of geological processes and agents, the dispersal of geological material and their effects on human populations. The International Conference on Medical Geology are held by IMGA once every two years, and the … Read More