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Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics

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Founders: Otto Kinne, G. Polikarpov


Darryl Macer, Ph.D.

President, American University of Sovereign Nations, P.O. Box 1701, Sacaton, Arizona 85147, USA
Director, Eubios Ethics Institute, New Zealand, Japan and Thailand -
+30 2310 998268
Konstantinos I. Stergiou

Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Biology, Department of Zoology, PO Box 34, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece
Institute of Marine Biological Resources and Inland Waters, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Aghios Kosmas, 16777 Athens, Greece

Inter-Research Editorial Staff

Susanne Schüller

Managing Editor
John Austin

Production Editor
Ivor George

Production Manager
Assistants to the Editors

Paul Bachem, Matthias Dirbach, Sherry Engelhardt, Catherine Fesefeldt, Linda Froome-Döring, Claudia Hamann, Sandra Hammer, Karen Heuges, Lutz Jahrmarkt, Konstantin Kambach, Lars Litwin, Justin Mellersh, Annabelle Meyer, Lars Nordmann, Christine Paetzold, Claire Pritchard, Danka Radowska, Simone Ritter, Heiko Scheibner, Timothy St. Clair, Ian Stewart, Natalie Striepe, Nicole Taros, Tanja Tonn

ESEP is operated by Editors, Review Editors and Anonymous Referees, all of high international reputation. Appointed by Inter-Research, Editors define and develop their respective fields of interest; have a submitted manuscript critically reviewed by at least three experts; decide on manuscript acceptance or rejection; correct and improve — where necessary — grammar, style and spelling of accepted manuscripts; forward accepted manuscripts to Inter-Research. Manuscripts accepted by an Editor are published as quickly as possible. Review Editors and Anonymous Reviewers are the backbone of scientific quality control. Nominated by Editors and appointed by IR, Review Editors promptly, critically and constructively evaluate the merits of manuscripts sent to them by Editors.
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Editors are fully responsible for the review process of manuscripts allotted to them; they decide on acceptance or rejection of manuscripts handled by them.

Kleio Akrivou

22 Cintra Avenue, flat 1, Reading, RG2 7AU, UK

Organisational behaviour, moral cognitive maturity, human development theory, moral psychology & virtue theory, conceptualisation/operationalisation in social sciences, academic integrity, higher education knowledge creation & dissemination
Mike Archer

Dean of the Faculty of Science, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia

Palaeontology, mammalogy, evolution, geology, rational thought and sustainable land management
Sam Berry

Department of Biology, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK

Genetics, population biology, evolution, environmental ethics and policy
Virginia Burkett

Global Change Science Coordinator, U.S. Geological Survey, 540 North Courthouse Street, Many, Louisiana 71449, USA

Wetland ecology, coastal zone management, wildlife and fisheries management, climate change impact assessment
Bruce Jennings

Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 2525 West End Avenue, Suite 400, Nashville, TN 37203, USA

Environmental ethics, environmental politics and political theory, environmental policy, bioethics, public health, health policy, and biotechnology
Ravichandran Moorthy

Strategic Studies & International Relations Programme, School of History, Politics and Strategy, Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 43600, UKM Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia

Environmental ethics and politics, water ethics and conflicts, human security
Sandor Mulsow

Laboratorio GeoBentos, Instituto de Geociencias, Universidad Austral de Chile, 567 Independecia, Valdivia, Chile

Marine radionuclide distribution and tracer studies in contamination; marine sediment-water interaction in coastal and open ocean; environmental ethics, politics and decision-making
David Orvos

Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Chairman, Department of Environmental Studies, Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA 24595, USA

Water and wastewater treatment; environmental risk assessment; ecotoxicology; watershed assessment and preservation; environmental consequences of genetically engineered organisms; population sustainability; role of justice and ethics in risk assessment
Deborah Oughton

Department of Environmental and Plant Science, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, PO Box 5003, 1432 Aas, Norway

Ethics and philosophy of science, risk assessment, nuclear technologies, environmental protection, biotechnology, application of radio-chemical and -analytical methods, radionuclide speciation
Daniel Pauly

Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia, 2202 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, Canada

Analysis of global trends in marine fisheries; fish biology and population dynamics, and fisheries bioeconomics
Michael Taylor

Institute for Environmental Research & Sustainable Development (IERSD), National Observatory of Athens (NOA), I. Metaxa & Vas. Pavlou, 15236 Palea Penteli, Greece

Global models of atmospheric aerosol, remote sensing models of urban air quality, development of surface solar irradiance models and construction of multiparametric composite indices
Michael C. Thorne

Mike Thorne and Associates Limited, Abbotsleigh, Kebroyd Mount, Ripponden, Halifax West Yorkshire HX6 3JA, UK

Impacts of radionuclides and ionising radiations on the environment and man and on the long-term implications of climate change, particularly in respect to changes in sea level and effects on contaminant transport
David L. Wegner

Ecosystem Management International, Inc., 2609 Columbine Drive, Durango, CO 81301-4511, USA

River restoration, watershed restoration, endangered species, dam removal, geographic information systems, native people's coordination
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Review Editors critically assess the scientific value of manuscripts, and may advise authors in matters of manuscript presentation.

B. L. Bayne

Plymouth, UK

Marine ecology, comparative physiology, science management
Stephen G. Bragaw

Sweet Briar, VA, USA

Environmental law and politics
David J. Brunckhorst

Armidale, NSW, Australia

Integration of landscape ecology and design into bioregional planning and policy development; development of novel restorative industries; coordination across jurisdictional boundaries for integrated conservation, production, social benefits; environmental and natural resource policy; community conservation and rural futures; application of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve program
Matthew Calarco

Sweet Briar, VA, USA

Environmental ethics, animal ethics, philosophy of technology, philosophy of science, modern European philosophy
Sheila D. David

Washington, DC, USA

Restoration ecology, freshwater, ground water pollution, impacts of dams on large rivers, coastal hazards, coastal erosion, water supplies, water treatment, water reuse, wetlands protection/restoration
Ian Fairlie

London, UK

Radiation protection and regulation, relevant moral, environmental and health-related issues. Special expertise on particular radionuclides such as tritium and carbon-14, dose assessment, methodologies and models
Daniel P. Faith

Sydney, NSW, Australia

Evolution and phylogenetics, biodiversity - including valuation and trade-offs with other needs of society, biological monitoring of man-made impacts, philosophy of science, international conservation agreements/policies
Hugh Sinclair Fearn

Rosemarkie, Scotland, UK

Regulation of the disposal of radioactive waste from reprocessing facilities and decommissioning of nuclear plant with a specific interest in the justification of practices that give rise to the disposal
Kazunobu Fujitaka

Chiba, Japan

Cosmic radiation exposure in aircraft and manned space activity, terrestrial and radon exposure related to geology
Charles A. Kennedy

Newbury, NH, USA

World religions, in particular Islam; attitudes/beliefs of world religions towards the environment
Gerald Kirchner

Bremen, Germany

Environmental fate of pollutants, modeling of environmental processes, effects of radioactive substances in the environment, science, politics & public perception regarding energy production technologies and their risks
Daniel Lunney

Hurstville, NSW, Australia

Conservation of native mammals, habitat conservation on reserves and long-term changes in populations
D. Osborn

Huntingdon, UK

Movement and effects of chemicals in the environment, sustainable decisions about economic and social progress
James R. Pratt

Portland, OR, USA

Use of microorganisms & microbial communities as predictors & indicators of environmental problems, impact of contaminants e.g. toxic chemicals & nutrients, development of flexible-design microcosms, development of rapid, short-term procedures for testing toxic compounds
Carolyn Raffensperger

Ames, IA, USA

Science and environmental health; use of science to protect public health and environment; precautionary principle
Kristina Rissanen

Rovaniemi, Finland

Radioecology and surveillance, with special interests in arctic and subarctic radioecology and foodchains and the Russian Arctic Sea environment
David T. Schwartz

Lynchburg, VA, USA

Normative ethics and value theory; environmental philosophy, with an emphasis on environmental ethics
John H. Tanton

Petoskey, MI, USA

Population, immigration and language policies; land use, particularly affected by demography
D. W. H. Walton

Cambridge, UK

Terrestrial ecology, science policy, science communications
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