30 June 2014
SEGH was established in 1971 to provide a forum for scientists from various disciplines to work together in understanding the interaction between the geochemical environment and the health of plants, animals, and humans.
SEGH recognizes the importance of interdisciplinary research, representing expertise in a diverse range of scientific fields, such as biology, engineering, geology, hydrology, epidemiology, chemistry, medicine, nutrition, and toxicology.
SEGH members come from a variety of backgrounds within the academic, regulatory, and industrial communities, thus providing a representative perspective on current issues and concerns.
SEGH membership is international and there are regional sections to coordinate activities in Europe, Americas and Asia/ Pacific.
President and Regional Chairs: President Professor Andrew Hursthouse
|President||European Chair||Americas Chair||Asia/Pacific Chair|
|Prof. Andrew Hursthouse||Prof. Andrew Hursthouse||Vacant||Prof. Kyoung-Woong Kim|
|University of West Scotland||University of West Scotland||Korea|
|Membership Secretary / Treasurer||Secretary||Webmaster|
|Mrs Anthea Brown||Mr Malcolm Brown||Dr Michael Watts|
|Rt. British Geological Survey||Rt. British Geological Survey||British Geological Survey|
SEGH is a member of the Geological Society of America's Associated Society Partnerships. For more information on educational programmes, collaborations and communications link to www.geosociety.org.
Members can keep in touch with their colleagues through short news and events articles of interest to the SEGH community.
Latest on-line papers from the SEGH journal: Environmental Geochemistry and Health
A combination of events (the demise of Google Reader, availability of similar RSS feeds direct from PubMed, a usage warning from the service that hosts HubMed's feeds) has led to the decision to stop running HubMed's RSS feeds.
Sorry that it wasn't possible to warn about this in advance - I hope that PubMed's feeds will be suitable as a replacement.
See this blog post for further information.