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This research topic is dedicated to the memory and accomplishments of Prof. Armen Saghatelyan, who was a pioneer in this field and established the Armenian School of Environmental Geochemistry.

Frontiers in Geochemistry is delighted to present the 'Reviews in' series of article collections. Each Reviews in collection will publish high-quality scholarly review papers focused around key topics in today's geochemical research field.

Reviews in Environmental Geochemistry: Environmental Geochemistry of Urban Areas, aims to highlight recent advances in the study of the ecogeochemical processes taking place in urban areas, reveal the specificities of the pollutants migration and accumulation in different compartments of urban ecosystems and discuss the urban areas as fingerprints of Anthropocene, whilst emphasizing important directions and new possibilities for future inquiries. We anticipate the research presented will promote discussion in the Environmental Geochemistry community and translate to best practice applications in public and policy settings, as well as stimulating understanding and future research.

The collection welcomes full-length and mini review articles. The topics welcomed are (but not limited to):
-Geochemistry of urban areas
-Soil-air-water interaction in urban environment
-Dust and PM in urban areas
-GIS and remote sensing of PTE in urban areas
-Urban geochemical mapping
-Rare Earth Elements (REE) in urban areas
-Tracking signs of the Anthropocene in urban environment

New articles will be added to this collection as they are published.

Keywords: environment, urban areas, ecosystem, geochemistry, urban geochemical mapping, rare earth elements, anthropocene, soil-air-water interaction, #collectionseries, reviews


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

This research topic is dedicated to the memory and accomplishments of Prof. Armen Saghatelyan, who was a pioneer in this field and established the Armenian School of Environmental Geochemistry.

Frontiers in Geochemistry is delighted to present the 'Reviews in' series of article collections. Each Reviews in collection will publish high-quality scholarly review papers focused around key topics in today's geochemical research field.

Reviews in Environmental Geochemistry: Environmental Geochemistry of Urban Areas, aims to highlight recent advances in the study of the ecogeochemical processes taking place in urban areas, reveal the specificities of the pollutants migration and accumulation in different compartments of urban ecosystems and discuss the urban areas as fingerprints of Anthropocene, whilst emphasizing important directions and new possibilities for future inquiries. We anticipate the research presented will promote discussion in the Environmental Geochemistry community and translate to best practice applications in public and policy settings, as well as stimulating understanding and future research.

The collection welcomes full-length and mini review articles. The topics welcomed are (but not limited to):
-Geochemistry of urban areas
-Soil-air-water interaction in urban environment
-Dust and PM in urban areas
-GIS and remote sensing of PTE in urban areas
-Urban geochemical mapping
-Rare Earth Elements (REE) in urban areas
-Tracking signs of the Anthropocene in urban environment

New articles will be added to this collection as they are published.

Keywords: environment, urban areas, ecosystem, geochemistry, urban geochemical mapping, rare earth elements, anthropocene, soil-air-water interaction, #collectionseries, reviews


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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