Environmental Health - Contaminant Biology

An osprey returns to the nest with a flounder in its claws. Photo credit: Milton Friend, USGS

Contaminant Biology Program

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Contaminant Biology Program provides leadership and science to inform regulatory decisions; enhance remediation and restoration technologies, and improve best management practices to prevent or mitigate the adverse health impacts of environmental diseases and disasters.

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An osprey returns to her nest with a dinner of fresh flounder

GeoHealth—The USGS Environmental Health Newsletter

Stay up to date with USGS environmental health science activities and publications.

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Featured Publications

Browse prominent, recent Contaminant Biology publications.

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Bibliography

Browse the Contaminant Biology bibliography by author and year.

 

 

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