30 June 2014
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SEGH has established a series of international conferences and meetings and promotes task force activities to address research and knowledge gaps in the area. SEGH works with other societies and interest groups to further a better understanding of human interaction. SEGH members receive a discount against SEGH conference fees.
SEGH has strong links to training and research projects, with a strong emphasis on encouraging young scientists. Opportunities are developed to enable young researchers to participate in events where experienced professionals from industry and the public sector and academics meet under informal conditions to discuss research findings and relevant gaps in knowledge.
SEGH supports its own cutting edge, impact factor journal: Environmental Geochemistry and Health. In cooperation with Springer, SEGH members can enjoy online access to the journal.
You are warmly invited to join us as returning members or new applicants to the SEGH community.
Full membership: £40 and Student membership: £20
(Both Full and Student membership with EGH on-line journal access - please note this includes access to the back catalogue)
Membership without EGH journal: £17
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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.