Research Explores Link Between Global Wildfires, Climate Change, and Human Health
During the 2018 wildfire season, the northern hemisphere experienced wildfires on an unprecedented scale. Globally, these wildfires have resulted in far-reaching human health impacts.
New Study Finds Ozone Pollution Reduces Global Wheat Productivity
Increased levels of ozone pose both direct and indirect threats to the environment and human health. A new study, looking at the global impacts of ozone on crop productivity, finds ozone pollution reduces global wheat yield.
NIEHS researchers and staff, as well as public health leaders from around the world brought a wealth of scientific findings and expertise to the Joint Annual Meeting of the International Society of Exposure Science and the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology in late August.
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