Handbook of Research on Global Environmental Changes and Human Health

Editor/Author Kahime, Kholoud, El Hidan, Moulay Abdelmonaim and El Hiba, Omar et.al
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

Single-User Purchase Price: $265.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $397.50
ISBN: 978-1-52-257775-1
Category: Science - Environmental sciences
Image Count: 76
Book Status: Available
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The Handbook of Research on Global Environmental Changes and Human Health is a collection of innovative research to manage the ensuing and numerous climate and anthropogenic threats to human health.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: Sun-Earth Connection and the Sun's Variability in Relationship With Climate Change
  • 1. Space Weather and Link to Climate Change
  • Part II: Climate Change Outcomes on Human Population Resources
  • 2. Vulnerability of Human Populations to Climate Change: Focus on Socio-Economical Factors
  • 3. Climate Change and Water Security: Water Scarcity and Water Flood
  • 4. Food Security and Climate Change
  • 5. Food Safety and Climate Change: Case of Mycotoxins
  • Part III: Climate Change Leading to Emergence of Environmental Contamination
  • 6. Climate Change Outcomes on the Environmental Ecotoxicology
  • 7. Study of the Effect of Climate Changes on the Well Water Contamination by Some Heavy Metals at a Mining Extract Region in Marrakech City, Morocco
  • Part IV: Human Cancers Resulting From Environmental Contaminations
  • 8. Prostate Cancer and Environmental Exposure: A Focus on Heavy Metals and Pesticides
  • 9. Breast Cancer With Relevance for Heavy Metals, Mycotoxines, and Pesticides
  • 10. Childhood Leukemia and Environmental Risk Factors
  • Part V: Neurological and Neurophsychiatric Disorders Associated to Environmental Contaminations
  • 11. Metal Toxicity and Brain-Liver Axis: The Good, the Bad, and the Neurodegenerated
  • 12. Environmental Aspects of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases Neuropathologies: A Focus on Heavy Metals and Pesticides
  • 13. Neuropathogenesis of Multiple Sclerosis and Huntington's Disease: An Overview of Environment Patterns
  • 14. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Disease and Environmental Risk Factors: Role of Heavy Metals and Pesticides
  • 15. Depression and Anxiety Emerging From Heavy Metals: What Relationship?
  • 16. Epilepsy and Stroke Emerging From Climate Change-Related Neurotoxicity: Involvement of Food and Water Contaminations
  • Part VI: Climate Change Leading to Vector Born Disease Emergence
  • 17. Vector Borne Diseases and Climate Change
  • 18. Climatic Factors Impacting Leishmaniasis Risk in a Global View: Case of Morocco
  • 19. limate Impact on Seasonal Distribution of Zoonotic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Southern Morocco
  • 20. Biology, Epidemiology, and Public Health Significance of Malaria Disease Linked to Climate Changes
  • Part VII: Vector Born Diseases Related to Climate Change
  • 21. Waterborne Diseases Arising From Climate Change: An Overview on the Possible Link
  • 22. Climate Change and Fecal Peril: Possible Impacts and Emerging Trends
  • Part VIII: Scorpionic and Ophidian Envenomation Arising From Climate Change
  • 23. Climate Change, Scorpion Ecology, and Envenomation: What Are the Links?
  • 24. Climate Change Effects on Venomous Snakes: Distribution and Snakebite Epidemiology
  • Compilation of References
  • About the Contributors