The Center for Environmental Analysis is actively involved in several public health and environmental health research areas. Project areas include the assessment of surface water quality impacts resulting from agricultural run-off, indoor air quality and pediatric health, dermal absorption of organophosphate insecticides, groundwater assessment, atmospheric deposition of metals on soils and vegetation, wildlife impacts resulting from environmental pollution, geophysical testing and GIS/remote sensing. The Center combines the efforts of three analytical laboratories and a geoprocessing laboratory in these research efforts and utilizes state of the art analytical instrumentation and geographical information system technologies and software. Come to Southeast and develop the scientific skills needed in today's job market.
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