Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects IV
W.R. Chappell, C.O. Abernathy, R.L. Calderon
Elsevier, Nov 27, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 492 pages
This collected volume of authoritative articles represents the state-of-the-art in arsenic research. Arsenic experts from around the world, participants in the Fourth International Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects organized by the Society of Environmental Geochemistry and Health in 2000, present their critical findings.
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Pollution. of. Groundwater. by. Arsenic. P. Ravenscroft, J.M. McArthur, B.A. Hoque
ABSTRACT Reduction of iron ... Arsenic pollution does not arise from oxidation of
sedimentary sulfides nor from ion-exchange with phosphorus derived from ...
INTRODUCTION Throughout this article the term contamination means an
unusual concentration of something whilst the term pollution means an unusual
concentration that leads to environmental harm. Arsenic pollution of groundwater
in the ...
Relation of ammonium and faecal coliform counts in Bangladesh groundwaters
that are arsenic free (a) and arsenic polluted (b) and the relation of arsenic with
depth in the same arsenic-free districts (c) and arsenic-polluted districts (d).
IMPLICATIONS Arsenic pollution by oxidation of arsenical pyrite is a mechanism
that is valid for oxic environments, typically surface waters. It may apply to the
subsurface where high-permeability allows polluted surface water access to the ...
Such areas might be expected to suffer from arsenic pollution, and it should be
looked for. Vulnerable regions include the deltas of tropical rivers, such as the
Mekong, Red, Irrawaddy, and Chao Phraya rivers, and the northern coastal
plains of ...