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Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects IV : Fourth by W R Chappell; C O Abernathy; R L Calderon

By W R Chappell; C O Abernathy; R L Calderon

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Soil Sci. Soc. Am. , 52, 1297–1300. L. B. 1995. Anomalous gold, antimony, arsenic, and tungsten in ground water and alluvium around disseminated gold deposits along the Getchell Trend, Humboldt County, Nevada. J. Geochem. , 52, 351–371. S. E. 2001. Arsenic exposure from drinking groundwater in Transylvania, Ro- International Perspective on Naturally Occurring Arsenic Problems in Groundwater 25 mania: an overview. R. O. L. ) Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects. Elsevier Science, Oxford, 2001, pp.

1999). ARSENIC AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT It is difficult to obtain reliable information on the actual impacts of arsenic contamination, both natural and man-made, worldwide on national economies, human health and the overall environment. There are obvious implications to current and future agricultural production, riverine and inshore fisheries, urban development and planning, and overall land use. One of the main outputs from the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro was the acceptance of Agenda 21 by the majority of Governments, who are and will continue to be committed to the implementation of its various chapters.

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