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ACS appoints Shane Snyder as editor-in-chief of ACS ES&T Water -

The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) has named Dr. Shane Snyder of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) as the editor-in-chief of the new journal ACS ES&T Water.

Water quality and sustainable water management are areas of growing concern for communities around the world. Central to the functioning of all life on the planet, water has been receiving growing scientific attention and public interest as a changing climate brings new environmental challenges. ACS ES&T Water is uniquely positioned to respond to these challenges by creating an international, multidisciplinary forum for water research, while drawing on the strength of its parent journal Environmental Science & Technology to ensure that its research is among the most cited, most read and most impactful in the field.

ACS ES&T Water’s multidisciplinary approach will incorporate research from all water-related research fields and welcomes manuscripts that detail public policy and the underlying science used for decision-making. As scientists and leaders work to promote water quality and overcome obstacles to sustainable use and supply, ACS ES&T Water will be an invaluable resource.

Snyder has been researching the impacts of emerging water pollutants throughout his career, which began by focusing on the area of environmental toxicology during his graduate work. Snyder is presently the executive director of the Nanyang Environment & Water Research Institute and a professor of civil and environmental engineering at NTU.

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