Richland, WA (PRWEB) July 29, 2011
Environmental services firm Dade Moeller announces that its namesake, Dade W. Moeller, Ph.D., CHP, PE, has published a Fourth Edition of the popular textbook, Environmental Health, through Harvard University Press. Environmental Health, Fourth Edition, is the leading and only fully current textbook in this field.
The Fourth Edition reflects changes in the field of environmental health that have taken place since the Third Edition was published in 2004. Its content is based on recommendations from advisory bodies and Federal regulating agencies and includes new and revised tables and graphics. The 500-page, 18-chapter book covers important topics such as injury prevention, risk assessment, and ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, as well as traditional subjects such as air, food, and water systems management.
Several Dade Moeller employees representing many of the company’s offices participated in the publishing of this textbook, including Ray Berube (Fairfax, Va.), Steve Bump (Richland, Wash.), Bill Craig (Richland, Wash.), John Fomous (Fairfax, Va.), Mickey Hunacek (Richland, Wash., retired), Bill Kennedy (Richland, Wash.), Judson Kenoyer (Aiken, S.C.), Tracy Ikenberry (Richland, Wash.), Robin Klein (Las Vegas), Ed Maher (Acton, Mass.), Steve Merwin (Richland, Wash.), Matt Moeller (Richland, Wash.), Gene Rollins (Augusta, Ga.,), and Steve Sohinki (Fairfax, Va.).
ABOUT DADE MOELLER Founded in 1994, Dade Moeller proudly bears the name of the premier scientist and educator in the fields of health physics and environmental health, Dr. Dade W. Moeller. A nationally recognized firm, Dade Moeller provides a full range of professional and technical services to federal, state, and commercial clients in support of nuclear, radiological, and environmental operations. Employing more certified health physicists [radiation protection scientists] than any other company in the United States, Dade Moeller specializes in radiation protection, health physics, worker safety, and radiation training.