Nanoparticles and the Environment is volume 44 in the highly successful review series entitled Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry (RIM&G) co-produced by the Mineralogical Society of America and the Geochemical Society. Books in the series are typically accompanied by a 1–2 day short course given by the contributing authors, which in this case occurred on December 8–9, 2001 at the University of California at Davis. Since the inception of the book series in 1974, nearly 50 volumes have been produced. The majority of previous volumes either cover specific mineral groups or constituents (~55%), reaction processes (~19%), methodologies (~17%), or minerals...

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