Study highlights how humans and nature are causing significant changes to the health of global rivers
New research involving the University of Plymouth shows rivers such as the Amazon, Mississippi and Congo are seeing increased levels of solutes such as calcium and potassium
Uncovering the role of 'the wicked element' in the environment
University of Plymouth – Academic spotlight: Professor Mark Fitzsimons, Professor of Environmental Chemistry
MSc Environmental Geochemistry
University of Plymouth postgraduate programme: MSc Environmental Geochemistry. Environmental geochemistry is central to the environmental sector which has grown rapidly over the last decade.
How do we ensure water quality after Brexit? – Professor Sean Comber
What's on at the University of Plymouth: The Inaugural Professorial Lecture of Professor Sean Comber, 31 March 2021
Treating Covid-19 could lead to increased antimicrobial resistance
Research by the University of Plymouth and Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust suggests the use of antibiotics in the treatment of COVID-19 patients could be placing an additional burden on waste water treatment works.