GeoHEALTH—USGS

The GeoHEALTH–USGS Newsletter—published since 2004 by the USGS Environmental Health Program—provides information on new USGS science activities pertinent to safeguarding the health of fish, wildlife, domesticated animals, livestock, and people from environmental exposures to contaminants and pathogens. To obtain older issues click here.

 

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July 16, 2021

GeoHEALTH-USGS Newsletter, July 2021

The GeoHEALTH–USGS Newsletter—published since 2004—provides information on USGS science pertinent to safeguarding the health of fish, wildlife, domesticated animals, livestock, and people from environmental exposures to contaminants and pathogens. The research is supported by the Environmental Health Program of the Ecosystems Mission AreaClick here for past issues.

April 2, 2021

GeoHEALTH-USGS Newsletter, April 2021

The GeoHEALTH–USGS Newsletter—published since 2004—provides information on USGS science pertinent to safeguarding the health of fish, wildlife, domesticated animals, livestock, and people from environmental exposures to contaminants and pathogens, featuring research from the Environmental Health Program (Toxic Substances Hydrology and Contaminant Biology). Click here for past issues.

January 15, 2021

GeoHEALTH–USGS Newsletter - Special Issue on Drinking Water

The GeoHEALTH–USGS Newsletter—published since 2004—provides information on USGS science pertinent to safeguarding the health of fish, wildlife, domesticated animals, livestock, and people from environmental exposures to contaminants and pathogens, featuring research from the Environmental Health Program (Toxic Substances Hydrology and Contaminant Biology). Click here for past issues.

August 1, 2020

GeoHEALTH–USGS Newsletter, August 2020

The GeoHEALTH–USGS Newsletter—published since 2004—provides information on USGS science activities pertinent to safeguarding the health of fish, wildlife, domesticated animals, livestock, and people from environmental exposures to contaminants and pathogens, featuring research from the Toxic Substances Hydrology and Contaminant Biology Programs. Click here for past issues.

Kathy E Lee

Environmental Health Deputy Program Coordinator
1831 East U.S. Hwy. 169
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
Phone: 651-338-6341

The GeoHEALTH–USGS Newsletter—published since 2004—provides information on new USGS science activities pertinent to safeguarding the health of fish, wildlife, domesticated animals, livestock, and people from environmental exposures to contaminants and pathogens.