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    Editorial: Charting achievements: a two-year retrospective of the society for environmental geochemistry and health (SEGH) and the evolving strategies

    Argyraki, A, Watts, MJ, Abdou, M, Ahmad, W, Ajayi, FF, An, T, Barbieri, M, Biswas, JK, Gaberšek, M, Gibson, G, Hashmi, MZ, Humphrey, OS, Hursthouse, AS, Kaninga, B, Laniyan, TA, Monteiro, CE, Morton-Bermea, O, Olajide-Kayode, J, Olatunji, AS, Onyangore, F, Osano, O, Potgieter-Vermaak, S ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1994-7750, Prater, C, Purchase, D and Torrance, K (2024) Editorial: Charting achievements: a two-year retrospective of the society for environmental geochemistry and health (SEGH) and the evolving strategies. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 46 (7). 242. ISSN 0269-4042

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    Abstract

    Emerging from the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is time to ground ourselves and retrospectively assess the recent achievements of SEGH over the past years. This editorial serves as a comprehensive report on the progress made in comparison to the aspirations and goals set by the society's board in 2019 (Watts et al., Environ Geochem Health 42:343-347, 2019) (Fig. 1) and reflects on the state of the SEGH community as it reached its 50th anniversary at the close of 2021 (Watts et al. Environ Geochem Health 45:1165-1171, 2023). The focus lies on how the SEGH community navigated through the extraordinary challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic since early 2020, and to what extent the 2023 targets have been met.

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