Relevance of Integrated Air, Soil and Water Research Studies for the New Millennia
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AuthorRodrigo Comino, Jesús
Multidisciplinary researchIntegrated investigationsAtmosphereHydrosphere and pedosphere
Rodrigo-Comino, J., Bandala, E. R., & Latif, M. T. (2022). Relevance of Integrated Air, Soil and Water Research Studies for the New Millennia. Air, Soil and Water Research. [https://doi.org/10.1177/11786221221086256]
Our ecosystems are facing changes at a local andglobal scale because of human interventions. These transformations are a result of drastic urbanization, rapid industrialization, and natural resources exploitation to provide livelihoods and commodities for the increasing population. Recent global events such as the COVID-19 pandemic or cross-bordering conflicts are not delaying these changes. To understand these changes, increasing efforts of the scientific community to find sustainable solutions is vital as it is consistent financial support from governments and scientific agencies. Air, Soil and Water Research (ASW) Editorial Board envision multidisciplinary and transversal research as an interesting strategy to develop knowledge and useful datasets which can directly benefit society through efficient land management plans.