Creation of a Handbook where all available literature on the atmospheric electric field (AEF) effects on humans and other biological systems (e.g. bees) is reviewed. Identification of knowledge gaps and establishment of new research directions by exploring the network potential. Establishment of a solid biometeorological basis for future research on AEF effects on humans.
Production of a Handbook where all available literature on the atmospheric electric field (AEF) effects on biological systems is reviewed. Identification of knowledge gaps. Establishment of AEF biometeorological basis.
Dr Pablo Fernandez de Arroyabe
Dept. of Urban Geography, Urban and Regional Planning, Univ. de Cantabria, Spain
GIS & Physical Geography Professor & Chair of the Climate and Health Commission at the International Society of Biometeorology (ISB).
Main research interests:
Health warning systems based on meteorological parameters.
The use of GIS on Biometeorology: spatial patterns of illneses.
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