Oceans and human health: Emerging public health risks in the marine environment.

@article{Fleming2006OceansAH,
  title={Oceans and human health: Emerging public health risks in the marine environment.},
  author={Lora Elderkin Fleming and Kenny Broad and Andy Clement and E Eric Dewailly and Samir M. Elmir and Anthony Knap and Shirley A. Pomponi and Sean E. Smith and H Solo Gabriele and Paul Walsh},
  journal={Marine pollution bulletin},
  year={2006},
  volume={53 10-12},
  pages={545-60}
}
There has been an increasing recognition of the inter-relationship between human health and the oceans. Traditionally, the focus of research and concern has been on the impact of human activities on the oceans, particularly through anthropogenic pollution and the exploitation of marine resources. More recently, there has been recognition of the potential direct impact of the oceans on human health, both detrimental and beneficial. Areas identified include: global change, harmful algal blooms… CONTINUE READING

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