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Environmental Chemistry is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal published by CSIRO Publishing. It publishes original research and review articles on all aspects of environmental chemistry, including atmospheric chemistry, (bio)geochemistry, climate change, marine chemistry, water chemistry, polar chemistry, fire chemistry, astrochemistry, earth and geochemistry, soil and sediment chemistry and chemical toxicology.
Articles are written in a style that is accessible to those outside the field, as the readership will include chemists, biologists, toxicologists, soil scientists, and workers from government and industrial institutions. The journal also publishes essays and opinion pieces on issues of importance to environmental scientists, such as policy and funding.
The journal is supported by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute.
The current Editor-in-Chief is Kevin Francesconi (University of Graz).