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CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
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期刊名称 CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CRIT REV ENV SCI TEC
期刊ISSN 1064-3389
期刊官方网站 http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/best20/current#.UzufTaLHmL0
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出版商 Taylor and Francis Ltd.
出版周期 Quarterly
始发年份 1993
年文章数 28
最新影响因子 12.561(2020)  scijournal影响因子  greensci影响因子
中科院SCI期刊分区
大类学科 小类学科 Top 综述
环境科学与生态学1区 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES 环境科学2区
CiteScore
CiteScore排名 CiteScore SJR SNIP
学科 排名 百分位 7.47 1.955 2.392
Environmental Science
Water Science and Technology
2 / 203 99%
Environmental Science
Environmental Engineering
2 / 117 98%
Environmental Science
Waste Management and Disposal
4 / 92 95%
Environmental Science
Pollution
5 / 109 95%
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自引率 2.00%
H-index 73
SCI收录状况 Science Citation Index
Science Citation Index Expanded
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Understanding and assessing the myriad environmental problems that face society today and devising rational strategies and methods for their control are two of the major international challenges of our time. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology serves as an international forum for the critical review of current knowledge on the broad range of topics in environmental science. Environmental science is the complex and dynamic interaction of diverse scientific disciplines, including earth and agricultural sciences, chemistry, biology, medicine, and engineering, and the development of new disciplines such as environmental toxicology and risk assessment. 

Topics Covered

  • Waste and wastewater treatment
  • Fate and transport of contaminants
  • Bioremediation
  • Soil contamination
  • Wetland function and design
  • Waste reduction, recycling, and reuse
  • Air, soil, and water contaminant biogeochemistry
  • Risk assessment and management
  • Environmental toxicology and epidemiology

The Journal relies on a team of internationally recognized Associate Editors to screen papers and obtain objective reviews and meaningful suggestions for improving manuscripts.


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Editors 

Scott Bradford, Editor-in-Chief 
USDA, ARS, US Salinity Lab, California, USA 
Email: scott.bradford@ars.usda.gov 
Fluid flow and contaminant transport; Interphase mass transfer; Mathematical models; Colloids, nanoparticles, and microorganisms; Antibiotic resistance; Animal waste; Managed aquifer recharge; Soil and groundwater remediation 

Robert J. Letcher 
Environment and Climate Change Canada, National Wildlife Research Center, Departments of Chemistry and Biology, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 
Email: robert.letcher@canada.ca 
Persistent Organic Pollutants, Organohalogen Contaminants, Environmental Chemistry, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Ecological Chemistry, Ecotoxicology, Toxicokinetics, Bioaccumulation, Metabolism and Biotransformation, Biomarkers, Endocrine Disruption, Marine and Freshwater, Wildlife, Ecosystems, Food Web Interactions, Polar Regions 

Lena Ma 
University of Florida, Soil and Water Sciences Department, Florida, USA 
Email: lqma@ufl.edu 
Biogeochemical processes of trace metals in soils, water, wastes, and plants; Soil contamination and remediation; Phytoremediation; Land application of wastes 

Yong Sik Ok 
Korea University, Seoul, The Republic of Korea 
Email: yongsikok@korea.ac.kr 
Soil pollution; Soil remediation; Heavy metals in the environment; Waste management; Bioavailability of emerging contaminants; Bioenergy and value-added products; Biochar and soil organic matter; Phytoremediation 

Jörg Rinklebe 
University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany 
Email: rinklebe@uni-wuppertal.de 
Soils, sediments, waters, plants, and their pollutions (in particular trace elements and nutrients) and linked biogeochemical issues with a special focus in redox chemistry; Remediation of soils; Soil microbiology 

Associate Editors 

Taicheng An 
Guangdong University of Technology, Guangzhou, China 
Email: antc99@gdut.edu.cn 
Emerging organic contaminants; Persistent organic pollutions; Volatile organic compounds; Pathogenic microorganisms; Environmental transportation mechanisms; Biohazard inactivation; Human metabolism mechanism; Early health effects; Environmental Catalysis; Photocatalysis; Nanostructured catalysts; Natural mineral materials; Environmental applications 

Amit Bhatnagar 
University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland 
Email: amit.bhatnagar@uef.fi 
Adsorption; Biosorption; Water and wastewater treatment; Microalgae; Bioenergy and biofuels; Resource recovery; Waste valorization; Biochar; Nanocellulose; Bionanocomposites; Emerging contaminants 

Thomas M. Holsen 
Civil and Environmental Engineering, Clarkson University, Potsdam New York, USA 
Email: holsen@clarkson.edu 
Pollutant fate and transport; Environmental chemistry; Emerging contaminants; Water treatment; Freshwater and terrestrial systems 

Albert Juhasz
 
University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia 
Email: albert.juhasz@unisa.edu.au 
Contaminant bioavailability and bioaccessibility; Exposure assessment; Soil contamination; Development and application of remediation technologies; Bioremediation 

Hyunook Kim 
University of Seoul, Seoul, South Korea 
Email: h_kim@uos.ac.kr 
Modeling and automatic control of water or wastewater treatment processes and anaerobic digesters; Sensors or analytical techniques to measure trace organic pollutants 

Hyunjung Kim 
Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, South Korea 
Email: kshjkim@jbnu.ac.kr 
Colloidal chemistry; Flotation; Colloid transport; Biohydrometallurgy 

Ki-Hyun Kim 
Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea 
Email: kkim61@hanyang.ac.kr 
Materials application; Air quality; Environmental analysis; Odor VOC; Metal-organic frameworks 

Jack Ng 
The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia 
Email: j.ng@uq.edu.au 
Environmental health and health risk assessment; General toxicology; Environmental toxicology; Heavy metals; Natural toxins; Metal speciation and bioavailabilty; Arsenic carcinogenicity; Interaction and toxicology of mixed contaminants. 

Daniel CW Tsang 
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China 
E-mail: dan.tsang@polyu.edu.hk 
Green chemistry/engineering; Soil/sediment remediation; Engineered biochar; Waste valorization; Resource recovery; Wastewater/stormwater treatment; Catalytic conversion/degradation; Pollutant transport; Environmental pollution 

Charles Wong 
University of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 
Email: ch.wong@uwinnipeg.ca 
Environmental organic chemistry; Persistent organic chemicals; Pharmaceuticals and personal care products; Metabolites and transformation products; Environmental/analytical chemistry; Passive samplers; Wastewater; Ecotoxicology; Bioaccumulation and food web interactions 

Yu (Frank) Yang 
University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, USA 
Email: yuy@unr.edu 
Organic matter geochemistry; Radionuclides; Colloid-facilitated transport; Bioavailability; Degradation and eco-toxicity; Reactive transport; Electrolysis 

Chang-Ping Yu 
Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, NTU, Taipei, Taiwan 
Email: cpyu@ntu.edu.tw 
Urban environment; Environmental biotechnology; Waste to resources; Environmental microbiology; Emerging contaminants; Environmental biotechnology; Microbial ecology; Bioenergy development; Bioremediation; Material flow analysis 

Gang Yu 
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 
Email: yg-den@tsinghua.edu.cn 
Emerging contaminants; Analytical/monitoring methods; Transport, transform, fate and effect of persistent organic pollutants (POPs); Control techniques; Wastes disposal technologies; Cleaner processes; Synthesis and property of POPs surrogates; POPs hazard assessment model 

Editorial Board Members 

Daniel S. Alessi 
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Canada 
Email: alessi@ualberta.ca 
Water resources; Environmental geochemistry; Geomicrobiology 

Mélanie Davranche 
University of Rennes, Rennes, France 
Email: melanie.davranche@univ-rennes1.fr 
Iron oxyhydroxides; Organic matter; Trace elements; Soil; Wetland; Speciation; Processes at water/solid interfaces; Experimentation and geochemical modelling. 

Menachem Elimelech 
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA 
Email: menachem.Elimelech@yale.edu 
Environmental engineering; Membrane separations; Environmental nanotechnology; Desalination; Water-energy nexus 

Scott Fendorf 
Earth System Science Department, Stanford University, USA 
Email: fendorf@stanford.edu 
Soil biogeochemistry; Contaminant transport; Carbon cycling; Nutrient dynamics; Redox processes 

Charles Gerba 
University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA 
Email: gerba@ag.arizona.edu 
Applied microbiology 

Anthony Hay 
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA 
Email: agh5@cornell.edu 
Microbiology; Environmental science; Toxicology 

Deyi Hou 
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 
Email: houdeyi@tsinghua.edu.cn 
Biochar synthesis and utilization; Soil and groundwater remediation; Heavy metal contamination; Pollutant fate and transport; Sustainability assessment; Life cycle assessment 

Jurate Kumpiene 
Luleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden 
Email: jurate.kumpiene@ltu.se 
Soil and groundwater pollution with trace elements; Soil and groundwater remediation; Soil stabilization with industrial by-products; Risk assessment of contaminated sites; Bioavailability 

Guenter Langergraber 
BOKU University, Vienna, Austria 
Email: guenter.langergraber@boku.ac 
Treatment; Wetlands; Sanitation; Modelling 

X. Chris Le 
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
Email: xc.le@ualberta.ca 
Analytical and environmental toxicology; Arsenic exposure, metabolism, and health effects; Chemical speciation of trace elements in environmental and biological systems; Chemical carcinogenesis; Environmental health sciences; Exposure biomarkers 

Xu Li 
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska, USA 
Email: xuli@unl.edu 
Environmental biotechnology; Applied microbiology; Contaminants of emerging concerns; Antibiotic resistance 

Melissa McKinney 
McGill University, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Québec, Canada 
Email: melissa.mckinney@mcgill.ca 
Environmental chemistry; Animal biology; Arctic; Climate change; Ecotoxicology, Fish and wildlife; Marine ecology; Mercury; Multiple stressors; Persistent organic pollutants 

William Mitch 
Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, USA 
Email: wamitch@stanford.edu 
Public health and emerging carcinogens; Global warming and oceanography; Sustainability and persistent organic pollutants; Engineering for sustainable wastewater recycling; Carbon sequestration; Disinfection by-products 

Adam Morris 
Environment and Climate Change Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 
Email: amorris@alumni.uoguelph.ca 
Ecotoxicology; Environmental chemistry; Environmental biology; Trophic ecology; Bioaccumulation; Environmental physiology; Metabolomics; Persistent organic pollutants; Mercury 

Ana Navas-Acien 
Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York, New York, USA 
Email: an2737@cumc.columbia.edu 
Environmental epidemiology; Water pollution; Metals and metalloids; Tobacco products; Public health 

Anh Pham 
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 
Email: anh.pham@uwaterloo.ca 
Aquatic chemistry and geochemistry; Contaminant fate and transformation; Soil and groundwater remediation; Water treatment technologies; Advanced oxidation processes; Electrocoagulation and electrooxidation; Perfluoroalkyl substances; Passive sampling 

Brian Reid 
School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom 
Email: B.Reid@uea.ac.uk 
Contaminant fate and transport in association with soil colloids and organic matter; Contaminant-soil interactions; Biochar; Remediation; Pollutant risks; Ecotoxicity 

Brett Robinson 
University of Canterbury, New Zealand 
Email: brett.robinson@canterbury.ac.nz 
Soil protection; Contaminants in the soil – plant system; Phytomanagement of contaminated sites; Biofortification of trace elements; Biological wastes; Riparian planting for waterway protection. 

Amina Salamova 
School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA 
Email: asalamov@indiana.edu 
Environmental chemistry; Environmental exposure; Semi-volatile organic compounds; Flame retardants; Indoor exposure; Non-invasive biomonitoring; Passive sampling; Metabolites 

Binoy Sarkar 
The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK 
Email: b.sarkar@sheffield.ac.uk 
Climate change mitigation; Global food security; Environmental health; Atmospheric carbon dioxide capture; Soil carbon sequestration; Clay minerals and nanomaterials for contaminant cleanup; Contaminants treatment; Fate and transformation of contaminants 

Guanyong Su 
Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China 
Email: sugy@njust.edu.cn 
Environmental chemistry and toxicology; Ecotoxicology; Organic contaminants; Flame retardants; Environmental monitoring; Biological transformation; Non-target and suspect screening; Mass spectrometry 

Tiziana Tosco 
DIATI - Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy 
Email: tiziana.tosco@polito.it 
Groundwater remediation; Colloid transport; Numerical modelling; Rheology; Nanoparticles 

Yiu Fai Tsang 
Department of Science and Environmental Studies, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 
Email: tsangyf@eduhk.hk 
Wastewater treatment; Bioremediation; Resource and energy recovery from organic waste; Microbial CO2 fixation 

Costas Velis 
University of Leeds, Leeds, England 
Email: c.velis@leeds.ac.uk 
Environmental engineering; circular economy; solid waste; recycling; plastic pollution; solid recovered fuel 

John R. White 
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA 
Email: jrwhite@lsu.edu 
Biogeochemical cycling of nutrients; Removal of nutrients and pharmaceuticals in wetlands and estuaries; Dynamics of internal nutrient loading; Microbial-mediated nutrient transformations; Plant-nutrient dynamics 

Fengchang Wu 
Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences, Ministry of Ecology and Environment, Beijing, China 
Email: wufengchang@vip.skleg.cn 
Risk assessment and management; Environmental criteria and standard; Water contaminants; Bigeochemistry and pollutant control; Ecotoxicology 

Jianming Xu 
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China 
Email: jmxu@zju.edu.cn 
Transformation and bioavailability of heavy metals in soils; Soil contamination and remediation; Environmental stress and soil microbial ecology; Soil quality and food safety

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