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Role of Quaternary stratigraphy on arsenic-contaminated groundwater from parts of Barak Valley, Assam, North-East India. Babar Ali Shah, Environ Earth Sciences (2012) v.66, pp.2491-2501.
DOI 10.1007/s12665-011-1472-3

Abstract: Groundwater arsenic survey in Cachar and Karimganj districts of Barak Valley, Assam shows that people in these two districts are drinking arsenic-contaminated (max. 350 μg/l) groundwater. 66% of tubewells in these two districts have arsenic concentrations
above the WHO guideline value of 10 μg/l and 26% tubewells have arsenic above 50 μg/l, the Indian standards for arsenic in drinking water. 90% of installed tubewells in these two districts are shallow depth (14-40 m). Shallow tubewells were installed in Holocene Newer Alluvium aquifers are characterised by grey to black coloured fine grained organic rich argillaceous sediments and are mostly
arsenic contamination in groundwater. Plio-Pleistocene Older Alluvium aquifers composed of shale, ferruginous sandstone, mottle clay, pebble and boulder beds, which at higher location or with thin cover of Newer Alluvium sediments are safe in arsenic contamination in groundwater. 91% of tubewell water samples show significantly higher concentrations of iron beyond its permissible limit of 1 mg/l. The iron content in these two districts varies from 0.5 to as much as 48 mg/l. Most of the arsenic contaminated villages of Cachar
and Karimganj districts are located in entrenched channels and flood plains of Newer Alluvium sediments in Barak-Surma-Langai Rivers system. However, deeper tubewells (>60 m) in Plio-Pleistocene Older Alluvium aquifers would be a better option for arsenic-safe groundwater. The arsenic in groundwater is getting released from associated Holocene sediments, which were likely deposited from
the surrounding Tertiary Barail hill range.

http://www.newsouthbooks.com.au/isbn/9781742233451.htm
The uncertainties and inequalities of groundwater use in Bangladesh. 2012. Rammelt CF. In: Conservation in a Crowded World: Case studies from the Asia-Pacific, J Merson, R Cooney, P Brown (ed.), p. 147-166, Sydney: UNSW Press

Abstract: This chapter reflects on the notion of sustainable use of natural resources in the context of water management in Bangladesh. Polluted and irregular surface water resources have prompted a national shift to groundwater for both agricultural and domestic sectors in the 1960s and 1980s, respectively. About a decade ago, natural occurring arsenic was detected in the shallow groundwater supplies, putting at risk drinking water and food security for an estimated 20-60 million people. Although progress is extremely slow, the sinking of deep groundwater tube-wells seems to be the most popular response. The strategy is not without risk: this chapter explores how a range of geological, technological, political, institutional and cultural factors are likely to affect continued and equitable access to adequate water resources.

Article: "New test to detect arsenic contamination in drinking water,"
Cambridge Enterprise, Commercializing University Research, Published on 23 May 2012.

An economical and easy-to-use biosensor could reduce the chance of being poisoned by arsenic - a common contaminant of wells in parts of Asia.

List of Topics:
1. Health Effects and Exposure
2. Distribution/ Extent of Affected Areas
3. Geochemistry
4. Water Testing, Water Treatment and Alternative Supplies
5. Agriculture and Food Products
6. Social aspects


1. HEALTH EFFECTS AND EXPOSURE

http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/aje/kwr464
Association between arsenic exposure from drinking water and plasma levels of cardiovascular markers. 2012.
Wu F, Jasmine F, Kibriya MG, Liu ML, Wojcik O, Parvez F, et al.  Am. J. Epidemiol. 175(12):1252-1261.

Abstract:  The authors conducted a cross-sectional study to assess the relation between arsenic exposure from drinking water and plasma levels of markers of systemic inflammation and endothelial dysfunction (matrix metalloproteinase-9, myeloperoxidase, plasminogen activator inhibitor-1, soluble E-selectin, soluble intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1), and soluble vascular adhesion molecule-1 (VCAM-1)) using baseline data from 668 participants (age, > 30 years) in the Health Effects of Arsenic Longitudinal Study in Bangladesh (2007-2008). Both well water arsenic and urinary arsenic were positively associated with plasma levels of soluble VCAM-1. For every 1-unit increase in log-transformed well water arsenic (ln mu g/L) and urinary arsenic (ln mu g/g creatinine), plasma soluble VCAM-1 was 1.02 (95% confidence interval: 1.01, 1.03) and 1.04 (95% confidence interval: 1.01, 1.07) times greater, respectively. There was a significant interaction between arsenic exposure and higher body mass index, such that the increased levels of plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 and soluble VCAM-1 associated with arsenic exposure were stronger among people with higher body mass index. The findings indicate an effect of chronic arsenic exposure from drinking water on vascular inflammation and endothelial dysfunction that could be modified by body mass index and also suggest a potential mechanism underlying the association between arsenic exposure and cardiovascular disease.



http://dx.doi.org/10.1289/ehp.1003378
Pre- and Postnatal
Arsenic Exposure and Body Size to 2 Years of Age: A Cohort Study in Rural Bangladesh. 2012. Saha KK, Engstrom A, Hamadani JD, Tofail F, Rasmussen KM and M Vahter.  Environ.
Health Perspect.  120(8):1208-1214.

Abstract: BACKGROUND: Exposure to arsenic via drinking water has been associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes and infant morbidity and mortality. Little is known, however, about the effects of arsenic on child growth. OBJECTIVE: We assessed potential effects of early-life arsenic exposure on weight and length of children from birth to 2 years of age. METHODS: We followed 2,372 infants born in a population-based intervention trial in rural Bangladesh. Exposure was assessed by arsenic concentrations in urine (U-As) of mothers (gestational weeks 8 and 30) and children (18 months old). Child anthropometry was measured monthly in the first year and quarterly in the second. Linear regression models were used to examine associations of U-As (by quintiles) with child weight and length, adjusted for age, maternal body mass index, socioeconomic status, and sex (or stratified by sex). RESULTS: Median (10th-90th percentiles) U-As concentrations were about 80 (25-400) mu g/L in the mothers and 34 (12-159) mu g/L in the children. Inverse associations of maternal U-As with child's attained weight and length at 3-24 months were markedly attenuated after adjustment. However, associations of U-As at 18 months with weight and length at 18-24 months were more robust, particularly in girls. Compared with girls in the first quintile of U-As (< 16 mu g/L), those in the fourth quintile (26-46 mu g/L) were almost 300 g lighter and 0.7 cm shorter, and had adjusted odds ratios (95% confidence interval) for underweight and stunting of 1.57 (1.02-2.40) and 1.58 (1.05-2.37), respectively, at 21 months. CONCLUSIONS: Postnatal arsenic exposure was associated with lower body weight and length among girls, but not boys.

2. DISTRIBUTION/ EXTENT OF AFFECTED AREAS

http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10653-012-9458-y
Arsenic-induced
health crisis in peri-urban Moyna and Ardebok villages, West Bengal, India:
an exposure assessment study.  2012.  Maity JP, Nath B, Kar S, Chen CY, Banerjee S,
Jean JS et al.  Environ.
Geochem. Hlth.  34(5):563-574.

Abstract: Drinking of arsenic (As)-contaminated groundwater has adverse effects on health of millions of people worldwide. This study aimed to determine the degree of severity of As exposure from drinking water in peri-urban Moyna and Ardebok villages, West Bengal, India. Arsenic concentrations in hair, nail and urine samp les of the individuals were determined. Arsenical dermatosis, keratosis and melanosis were investigated through medical evaluation. We have evaluated the association between As exposure from drinking water, and keratosis and melanosis outcomes. The results showed that 82.7 % of the sampled tube wells contain As concentrations above 10 mu g/L, while 57.7 % contain As concentrations above 50 mu g/L. The hair, nail and urine As concentrations were positively correlated with As concentrations in drinking water. In our study population, we observed a strong association between As concentrations ranging 51-99 mu g/L and keratosis and melanosis outcomes, although the probability decreases at higher concentration ranges perhaps due to switching away from the use of As-contaminated tube wells for drinking and cooking purposes. High As concentrations in hair, nail and urine were observed to be associated with the age of the study population. The level of As concentrations in hair, nail and urine samples of the study population indicated the degree of severity of As exposure in the study region.

3. GEOCHEMISTRY

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.04.022
C-14 dating of deep
groundwater in the Bengal Aquifer System, Bangladesh: Implications for aquifer
anisotropy, recharge sources and sustainability. 2012. Hoque MA and WG Burgess.  J.
Hydrol.  444:209-220.

Abstract: Environmental isotopes and C-14 dating were applied to estimate ages and recharge sources of deep groundwater (>= 150 m bgl) in south-east Bangladesh. With one exception, deep groundwater is shown to have been recharged more recently than 10 Ka (range 3-9 Ka, mean 7.6 Ka), under climatic conditions indicated by delta O-18 and delta H-2 as similar to the present day. Groundwater age distributions have been used to infer the scale of aquifer hydraulic anisotropy. 2D groundwater flow modelling is able to reproduce the observed vertical profiles of groundwater age, as determined at two locations, when the aquifer is assigned a permeability anisotropy (K-x/K-z) of at least 10(3). Under these conditions, deep groundwater originates as recharge in the hill regions at the eastern boundary of the basin. Recharge rates estimated from the groundwater ages are close to an estimate of the current rate of deep groundwater abstraction. Cautious development and careful monitoring are therefore necessary, as excessive deep groundwater pumping could draw dissolved arsenic from the shallow levels of the Bengal Aquifer System (BAS) and contaminate the deep groundwater resource.


http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.05.031
Hydrogeochemical
contrast between brown and grey sand aquifers in shallow depth of Bengal Basin:
Consequences for sustainable drinking water supply. 2012. Biswas A, Nath B,
Bhattacharya P, Haider D, Kundu AK, Mandal U et al.  Sci. Tot. Env.  431:402-412.

Abstract: Delineation of safe aquifer(s) that can be targeted by cheap drilling technology for tubewell (TW) installation becomes highly imperative to ensure access to safe and sustainable drinking water sources for the arsenic (As) affected population in Bengal Basin. This study investigates the potentiality of brown sand aquifers (BSA) as a safe drinking water source by characterizing its hydrogeochemical contrast to grey sand aquifers (GSA) within shallow depth (<70 m) over an area of 100 km(2) in Chakdaha Block of Nadia district, West Bengal, India. The results indicate that despite close similarity in major ion composition, the redox condition is markedly different in groundwater of the two studied aquifers. The redox condition in the BSA is delineated to be Mn oxy-hydroxide reducing, not sufficiently lowered for As mobilization into groundwater. In contrast, the enrichments of NH4+, PO43-, Fe and As along with lower Eh in groundwater of GSA reflect reductive dis-solution of Fe oxy-hydroxide coupled to microbially mediated oxidation of organic matter as the prevailing redox process causing As mobilization into groundwater of this aquifer type. In some portions of GSA the redox status even has reached to the stage of SO42- reduction, which to some extent might sequester dissolved As from groundwater by co-precipitation with authigenic pyrite. Despite having low concentration of As in groundwater of the BSA the concentration of Mn often exceeds the drinking water guidelines, which warrants rigorous assessment of attendant health risk for Mn prior to considering mass scale exploitation of the BSA for possible sustainable drinking water supply.


http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.05.038
The palaeosol model
of arsenic pollution of groundwater tested along a 32 km traverse across West
Bengal, India.  2012.  Hoque MA, McArthur JM, and PK Sikdar.  Sci. Tot. Env.  431:157-165.  
Abstract: The distribution of As-pollution in groundwater of the deltaic aquifers of south-eastern Asiamay be controlled by the subsurface distribution of palaeo-channel sediments (As-polluted groundwaters) and palaeo-interfluvial sediments (As-free groundwaters). To test this idea, termed the palaeosol model of As-pollution, we drilled 10 sites, analysed groundwater from 249 shallow wells (screened < 107 mbgl), field-tested another 149 for As, and used colour as a guide to the presence or absence of As-pollution in a further 531 wells. Our work was conducted along a 32-km traverse running W to E across southern West Bengal, India. At seven drill sites we logged a palaeo-interfluvial sequence, which occurs as three distinct units that together occupy 20 km of the traverse. These palaeo-interfluvial sequences yield As-free groundwaters from brown sands at depth < 100 m. The palaeo-interfluvial sequences are separated by two deep palaeo-channels, which were logged at 3 sites. The palaeo-channel deposits host As-polluted groundwater in grey sands. Our findings confirm the predictions of the palaeosol model of As-pollution. We show again that well-colour can be used both to successfully predict the degree of As-pollution in groundwater, and to locate regions of buried palaeo-interfluve that will yield As-free groundwater for the foreseeable future.


http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeochem.2012.08.005
Organic carbon
mobilization in a Bangladesh aquifer explained by seasonal monsoon-driven storativity changes.  2012.  Planer-Friedrich
B, Hartig C, Lissner H, Steinborn J, Suss E Hassan MQ et al.  Appl. Geochem.  27(12):2324-2334.  

Abstract:
Currently, the most widely accepted hypothesis to explain high As concentrations in Bangladesh ground-waters is that dissolved organic C (DOC) reduces solid Fe (hydr)oxides and mobilizes sorbed arsenate. The nature of the DOC and its release mechanism are still controversial. Based on weekly to biweekly sampling over the course of one monsoon cycle at six monitoring wells of different depths, it is proposed that storativity changes drive natural DOC release from clay-peat layers to the adjacent aquifers. With a decrease in hydraulic heads during the dry season, total mineralization and DOC concentrations increased. With the onset of the rainy season and an increase in hydraulic heads, release of clay-peat derived components stopped and vertical water displacement due to groundwater recharge from rainwater occurred, causing aquifer flushing and a decrease in total mineralization and DOC concentrations. Total As and DOC concentrations correlated over depth. However, at the depth of maximum concentrations, the As peak was observed during the rainy season. At present, the reason for this inverse seasonal trend between As and DOC is unclear. Higher mineralization or DOC concentrations could lead to increased As sorption or the increased arsenite release is a time-lag abiotic or microbial response to the DOC peak. The vulnerability of the Pleistocene aquifer towards increased As concentrations was found to be much higher than previously assumed. Though sorption capacities were determined to be higher than in the Holocene aquifer, probably due to intact Fe (hydr) oxides, long-term continuous As input from overlying clay and peat layers by the proposed seasonal storativity changes has led to increased aqueous As concentrations of 85 mu g/L, considerably higher than drinking water standards. Until now, aquifer and especially aquitard and aquiclude hydraulics have not been considered sufficiently when attempting to explain As mobilization in Bangladesh.  

4. WATER TESTING, WATER TREATMENT AND ALTERNATIVE SUPPLIES

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2012.04.016  
Technological options
for the removal of arsenic with special reference to South East Asia. 2012.  Jain CK and RD Singh. J.
Environ.  Manage.  107:1-18.

Abstract:  Arsenic contamination in ground water, used for drinking purpose, has been envisaged as a problem of global concern. However, arsenic contamination of ground water in parts of South East Asia is assuming greater proportions and posing a serious threat to the health of millions of people. A variety of treatment technologies based on oxidation, co-precipitation, adsorption, ion exchange and membrane process are available for the removal of arsenic from ground water. However, question remains regarding the efficiency and applicability/appropriateness of the technologies, particularly because of low influent arsenic concentration and differences in source water composition. Some of these methods are quite simple, but the disadvantage associated with them is that they produce large amounts of toxic sludge, which needs further treatment before disposal into the environment. Besides, the system must be economically viable and socially acceptable. In this paper an attempt has been made to review and update the recent advances made in the technological development in arsenic removal technologies to explore the potential of those advances to address the problem of arsenic contamination in South East Asia.


http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/es300253p
Evaluation of an
Arsenic Test Kit for Rapid Well Screening in Bangladesh.  2012.  George
CM, Zheng Y, Graziano JH, Bin Rasul S, Hossain Z, Mey JL and A van Geen.  Environ.
Sci. Technol.  46(20):11213-11219.

Abstract:  Exposure to arsenic in groundwater via drinking remains unabated for millions of villagers in Bangladesh. Since a blanket testing campaign using test kits almost a decade ago, millions of new wells have been installed but not tested; thus affordable testing is needed. The performance of the Arsenic Econo-Quick (EQ.) kit was evaluated by blindly testing 123 wells in Bangladeshand comparing with laboratory measurements; 65 wells were tested twice. A subset of the same 123 wells was also tested using the Hach EZ kit in the field and the Digital Arsenator in the laboratory in Bangladesh. The EQ kit correctly determined the status of 110 (89%) and 113 (92%) out of 123 wells relative to the WHO guideline (10 mu g/L) and the Bangladeshstandard (SO mu g/L), respectively. Relative to the WHO guideline, all misclassifications were underestimates for wells containing between >10 and 27 mu g/L As. Relative to the BangladeshAs standard, over- and underestimates were evenly distributed. Given its short reaction time of 10 min relative to the Hach EZ and its lower cost compared to the Arsenator, the EQ kit appears to have several advantages for well testing in Bangladeshand elsewhere.


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23043341
Digital analysis
technique for uncertainty reduction in colorimetric arsenic detection method.  2012.  Perez MEC and FM Francisca. J. Environ.
Sci. Heal. A.  48(2):191-196.  

Abstract: This article proposes an alternative to increase the reliability and reproducibility of a colorimetric method to measure arsenic (As) concentrations. The method of analysis developed incorporates a digital analysis technique to eliminate the operator dependence of results, and As concentrations are quantitatively determined from digital levels computed from photographs of the colorimetric reaction that emerges during the test. This technique allows the sensitivity of the detection to be increased at low concentration ranges, which is of fundamental importance for the detection of As given the current acceptable limit for drinking water. The results obtained show a very good correlation between As concentrations determined by means of analytical laboratory techniques and the method proposed in this research.

5. AGRICULTURE AND FOOD PRODUCTS

http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/es300636d 
The Role of
Irrigation Techniques in Arsenic Bioaccumulation in Rice (Oryza sativa L.).
2012.  Spanu A, Daga
L, Orlandoni AM and G Sanna. Environ. Sci. Technol.  46(15):8333-8340.

Abstract:  The bioaccumulation of arsenic compounds in rice is of great concern worldwide because rice is the staple food for billions of people and arsenic is one of the most toxic and carcinogenic elements at even trace amounts. The uptake of arsenic compounds in rice comes mainly from its interaction with system soil/water in the reducing conditions typical of paddy fields and is influenced by the irrigation used. We demonstrate that the use of sprinkler irrigation produces rice kernels with a concentration of total arsenic about fifty times lower when compared to rice grown under continuous flooding irrigation. The average total amount of arsenic, measured by a fully validated ICP-MS method, in 37 rice grain genotypes grown with sprinkler irrigation was 2.8 +/- 2.5 mu g kg(-1), whereas the average amount measured in the same genotypes grown under identical conditions, but using continuous flooding irrigation was 163 +/- 23 mu g kg(-1). In addition, we find that the average concentration of total arsenic in rice grains cultivated under sprinkler irrigation is close to the total arsenic concentration found in irrigation waters. Our results suggest that, in our experimental conditions, the natural bioaccumulation of this element in rice grains may be completely circumvented by adopting an appropriate irrigation technique.  


http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00128-012-0799-0  
Arsenic Contamination
in Soil-Water-Plant (Rice, Oryza sativa L.) Continuum in Central and
Sub-mountainous Punjab, India.  2012.  Sidhu
SS, Brar JS, Biswas A, Banger K, and GS Saroa.  Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol.:
89(5):1046-1050   
Abstract:
In the present study, Arsenic (As) concentrations in underground water, soil, and plants (rice) and their inter-relationships in central and sub-mountainous Punjab, India were studied. Approximately, 32 % of the tubewell water samples had As concentrations greater than the maximum permissible limit (10 mu g As L-1) set by the World Health Organization (WHO) whereas in hand pump waters, As concentrations were within the safe range (i.e. < 10 mu g As L-1). As concentrations in tubewell waters were significantly correlated with As concentrations in surface soil (r = 0.57; P < 0.05) and plant samples (r = 0.27-0.82; P < 0.05) in central and sub-mountainous Punjab. The estimated daily intake of As through human consumption in rural and urban population was 0.016 and 0.012 mu g day(-1) kg(-1) body weight respectively.  

6. SOCIAL ASPECTS

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23082628
Quality of Life and
Mental Health Status of Arsenic-affected Patients in a Bangladeshi Population.  2012.  Syed EH, Poudel KC, Sakisaka K, Yasuoka J,
Ahsan H and M Jimba.  J. Health Popul. Nutr.  30(3):262-269.

Abstract:  Contamination of groundwater by inorganic arsenic is one of the major public-health problems in Bangladesh. This cross-sectional study was conducted (a) to evaluate the quality of life (QOL) and mental health status of arsenic-affected patients and (b) to identify the factors associated with the QOL. Of 1,456 individuals, 521 (35.78%) were selected as case and control participants, using a systematic random-sampling method. The selection criteria for cases (n=259) included presence of at least one of the following: melanosis, leucomelanosis on at least 10% of the body, or keratosis on the hands or feet. Control (non-patient) participants (n=262) were selected from the same villages by matching age (+/- 5 years) and gender. The Bangladeshi version of the WHOQOL-BREF was used for assessing the QOL, and the self-reporting questionnaire (SRQ) was used for assessing the general mental health status. Data were analyzed using Student's t-test and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), and the WHOQOL-BREF and SRQ scores between the patients and the non-patients were compared. The mean scores of QOL were significantly lower in the patients than those in the non-patients of both the sexes. Moreover, the mental health status of the arsenic-affected patients (mean score for males=8.4 and females=10.3) showed greater disturbances than those of the non-patients (mean score for males=5.2 and females=6.1) of both the sexes. The results of multiple regression analysis revealed that the factors potentially contributing to the lower QOL scores included: being an arsenic-affected patient, having lower age, and having lower annual income. Based on the findings, it is concluded that the QOL and mental health status of the arsenic-affected patients were significantly lower than those of the non-patients in Bangladesh. Appropriate interventions are necessary to improve the well-being of the patients.

2011  top

Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, "Bulletin of the Environmental Chemistry Group,"
Environmental Chemistry Group, ISSN 1758-6224 (Print) 2040-1469 (Online), pp. 9-12, September (2011).

G. Balakrishna, S. Pervez, and D.S. Bisht,
"Source apportionment of arsenic in atmospheric dust fall out in an urban residential area, Raipur, Central India",
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11:5141-5151 (2011).

Hughes, M.F., B.D. Beck, Y. Chen, A.S. Lewis, and D.J. Thomas,
"Arsenic Exposure and Toxicology: A Historical Perspective",
Toxicological Sciences, July 12 (2011).

K. A. Radloff, Y. Zheng, H. A. Michael, M. Stute, B. C. Bostick, I.  Mihajlov, M. Bounds, M. R. Huq,
I. Choudhury, M. W. Rahman, P. Schlosser, K. M. Ahmed and A. van Geen,
Arsenic migration to deep groundwater in Bangladesh influenced by adsorption and water demand
Nature Geoscience 4(11),793-798. doi:10.1038/ngeo1283

 C. Ruiz, J.M. Anaya, V. Ramirez, G.I. Alba, M.G. Garcia, A. Carrillo-Chavez, M.M. Teuth and E. Bustos,
"Soil Arsenic Removal by a Permeable Reactive Barrier of Iron Coupled to an Electrochemical Process",
International Journal of Electrochemical Science, 6:548-560 (2011).

Maria Argos, Tara Kalra, Brandon L. Pierce, Yu Chen, Tariqul Islam, Alauddin Ahmed, Emdadul H. Syed,
Faruque Parvez, Joseph Graziano, Paul J. Rathouz, and Habibul Ahsan,
"A Prospective Study of Arsenic Exposure From Drinking Water and Incidence of Skin Lesions in Bangladesh",
American Journal of Epidemiology Advance Access,  May 16 (2011).

Dhar, R.K., Zheng, Y., Saltikov, C.W., Radloff, K.A., Mailloux, B.J., Ahmed, K.M., van Geen, A.,
Microbes enhance mobility of arsenic in Pleistocene aquifer sand from Bangladesh,
Environmental Science and Technology, 45(7): 2648-54 (2011).

Gao,Y., Qui, Y.L.,Tain, F.J., et al.,
Organs Distribution of Arsenic in Rat Exposed to Low-Level Arsenic through Drinking Water
Journal of Environment and Health, February (2011).

Garnier, J. M., F. Travassac, V. Lenoble, J. Rose, Y. Zheng, M.S. Hossain,  S. H. Chowdhury, A. K. Biswas, K.M. Ahvan Geen, A., K.M. Ahmed, Y. Akita, M.J. Alam, P.J. Culligan, J. Feighery, A. Ferguson, M. Emch, V. Escamilla, P. Knappett, A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, J.L. Mey, M.L. Serre, P.K. Streatfield, J. Wu, M. Yunus,
"Fecal contamination of shallow tubewells in Bangladesh inversely related to arsenic",
Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (4): 1199-1205 (2011).

S.A.I. Mahmood and A.K. Halder,
“The socioeconomic impact of Arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh”,
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences, 3(3):65-73 (2011).

Khan et al.,
"Manganese Exposure from Drinking Water and Children’s Classroom Behavior in Bangladesh"
Environmental Health Perspective (EHP), doi: 10.1289/ehp.1003397 (2011).
(available at http://dx.doi.org/)

Lenny et al.
"Arsenic Pollution of Groundwater in Vietnam Exacerbated by Deep Aquifer Exploitation for More Than a Century",
 P. Natl. Acad. Sci. (PNAS), 108:1246-1251 (2011).

(Data, hydrochemical maps, modeled risk maps, and movies reported in this paper were deposited
 on the website of Eawag and can be downloaded from http://www.eawag.ch/arsenic-vietnam.)

J.M. McArthur, P. Ravenscroft, O. Sracek,
"Aquifer arsenic source",
Nature Geoscience, 4:655–656 (2011). doi:10.1038/ngeo1277. (Published online 30 September 2011.)

D.A. Mills, A.J. Tomassoni, L.A. Tallon, K.A. Kade and E.S. Savoia,
Mass Arsenic Poisoning and the Public Health Response in Maine,
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, January (2011).

K. Jomova, Z. Jenisova, M. Feszterova, S. Baros, J. Liska, D. Hudecova, C. J. Rhodes and M. Valko,

"Arsenic: toxicity, oxidative stress and human disease”,
Journal of Applied Toxicology, 31(2):95–107 (2011).

 

H. Yi, C. Pedigo, B. Lam, Z.Q. Cheng and Y. Zheng,
"Bioaccessibility of Arsenic in Various Types of Rice Evaluated by in vitro Artificial Gastrointestinal Fluid Digestion" ,
Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B: Pesticides,  Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Waste, (2011).

C.F. Rammelt, Z.M. Masud, J. Boes, F. Masud,
“Beyond medical treatment, arsenic poisoning in rural Bangladesh”,
Social Medicine, 6(1), (2011).

Rebecca B. Neumann, Khandaker N. Ashfaque, A. B. M. Badruzzaman, M. Ashraf Ali, Julie K. Shoemaker and Charles F. Harvey,
Reply to 'Aquifer arsenic source',
Nature Geoscience, 4:656 (2011). doi:10.1038/ngeo1278. (Published online 30 September 2011.)

Rebecca B. Neumann, Allison P. St. Vincent, Linda C. Roberts, A. Borhan M. Badruzzaman, M. Ashraf Ali, and Charles F. Harvey,
Rice Field Geochemistry and Hydrology:
An Explanation for Why Groundwater Irrigated Fields in Bangladesh are Net Sinks of Arsenic from Groundwater,
Environ. Sci. Technol., 45(6):2072–2078 (2011). DOI: 10.1021/es102635d

Thakur, J.K., Thakur, R.K., Ramanathan, A.L., Kumar, M., Singh, S.K.,
"Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater in Nepal—An Overview",
 Water 3(1):1-20, doi:10.3390/w3010001 (2010).
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Managing Water in a Changing World: Selected Papers from
  the 7th Conference of the Commission on Water Sustainability)

Chin-Hsiao Tseng,
"Arsenic Methylation, Urinary Arsenic Metabolites and Human Diseases: Current Perspective",
Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part C, 25:1-22 (2007).

 

"Bangladesh National Drinking Water Quality Survey 2009", UNICEF Bangladesh (2011).

"Making Economic Sense for Arsenic Mitigation", UNICEF Bangladesh (2011).
The economic costs of this disease burden US$ 6.1-20.1 billion. 

"Arsenic and Other Toxic Elements in Global Groundwater Systems",
Edited by Mukherjee, A., Bhattacharya, P. and Fryar, A.E., Applied Geophysics 26(4), (2011).
(Book available electronically)

2010  top

Ahmed, Z. Cheng, and A. van Geen,
"Temporal Variations in Aarsenic Uptake by Rice Plants in Bangladesh:
The Role of Iron Plaque in Paddy Fields Irrigated With Groundwater" ,
Science of the Total Environment, 408: 4185-93 (2010).

Maria Argos, Tara Kalra, Paul J Rathouz, Yu Chen, Brandon Pierce, Faruque Parvez, Tariqul Islam, Alauddin Ahmed,
Muhammad Rakibuz-Zaman, Rabiul Hasan, Golam Sarwar, Vesna Slavkovich, Alexander van Geen, Joseph Graziano, Habibul Ahsan,
Arsenic exposure from drinking water, and all-cause and chronic-disease mortalities in Bangladesh (HEALS): a prospective cohort study,
The Lancet, 376(9737):252-258, 24-30 July (2010). doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(10)60481-3.

Johnston, R.B., Hanchett, S. &amp; Khan, M.H.,
"The Socio-economics of Arsenic Removal",
Nature Geoscience, 3:2-3 (2010). DOI:10.1038/ngeo735

Khan, M.A., Islam, M.R., Panaullah, G.M., Duxbury, J.M., Jahiruddin, M., Loeppert, R.H.,
Accumulation of arsenic in soil and rice under wetland condition in Bangladesh",
Plant and Soil, 333(1-2):263-274 (2010). DOI: 10.1007/s11104-010-0340-3

Rebecca B. Neumann, Khandaker N. Ashfaque, A. B. M. Badruzzaman, M. Ashraf Ali, Julie K. Shoemaker and Charles F. Harvey,
"Anthropogenic influences on groundwater arsenic concentrations in Bangladesh",
Nature Geoscience, 3:46-52 (2010). doi:10.1038/ngeo685. (Published online 15 November 2009.)

Atanu Sarkar
"Ecosystem Perspective of Groundwater ArsenicContamination in India and Relevance in Policy"
EcoHealth, 7(1):114-126 (2010). DOI: 10.1007/s10393-010-0309-y

2009  top

"Natural Arsenic Groundwater Contamination of the Sedimentary Aquifers of Southwestern Sebaco Valley, Nicaragua",
Espinoza, A.M. and Bundschuh, J., Natural Arsenic in Groundwater of Latin America,
Arsenic in the Environment Vol.1,Chap.10, pp.109–122, (2009).

"Arsenic Testing Field Kits: Some Considerations and Recommendations",
Arora, A.M., Megharaj, M. and Naidu, R.,
Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 31(Suppl.1):45-48 (2009).

"Groundwater chemistry and arsenic mobilization in the Holocene flood plains in south-central Bangladesh",
Bhattacharya,P., Hasan, M.A., Sracek, O., Smith, E., Ahmed, K.M., von Bromssen, M., Huq, SMI. and Naidu, R.,
Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 31(Suppl.1):23-43(2009).

"Mitigation of arsenic contamination in irrigated paddy soils in South and South-east Asia",
Hugh Brammer, Environmental International, 35(6):856-863 (2009).

"Arsenic-safe aquifers as a socially acceptable source of safe drinking water—
What can rural Latin America learn from Bangladesh experiences?",
Bundschuh, J., Bhattacharya, P., von Brömssen, M. Jakariya, Jacks, G., Thunvik, R. and Litter, M.I,
Natural Arsenic in Groundwater of Latin America, Arsenic in the Environment Vol.1,Chap.74, pp.687–697, (2009).

"Arsenic and other trace elements in sedimentary aquifers in the Chaco-Pampean Plain, Argentina:
origin, distribution, speciation, social and economic consequences"
,
Bundschuh, J., Bonorino, G., Viero, A.P., Albouy, R. and Fuertes, A.,
Arsenic in groundwater of sedimentary aquifers, International Geological Congress, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 27–32 (2000).
(accessed June 2009)

"The presence of arsenic in drinking water in Latin America and its effect on public health",
Castro de Esparza, M.L., Natural Arsenic in Groundwater of Latin America,
Arsenic in the Environment Vol.1,Chap.2, pp.17–29, (2009).

"Arsenic exposure through groundwater to the rural and urban population in the Allahabad-Kanpur track in the upper Ganga plain",
D.Chakriborti, S.K. Ghoraui, B. Das, A. Pal, B. Nayak and B.A. Shah,
Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 11(8):1455-1459 (2009).

"Removal of As(III) and As(V) by natural and synthetic metal oxides",
Y.Y. Chang, S.M. Lee,and J.K. Yang, and J.K. Yang,
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 346(1-3):202-207 (2009).

"Effect of groundwater iron and phosphate on the efficacy of arsenic removal by iron-amended BioSand filters",
H. Chiew, M.L. Sampson, S. Huch, S. Ken and B.C. Bostick,
Environmental Science and Technology, 43(16):6295-6300 (2009).

"Occurrence, distribution and source of arsenic in deep groundwater wells in Maydavood area,southwestern Iran",
M. Chitsazan, M.S. Dorraninejad, A. Zarasvandi and S.Y. Mirzaii,
Environmental Geology, 58(4):727-737(2009).

"Iron coated pottery granules for arsenic removal from drinking water",
L.J. Dong, P.V. Zinin, J.P. Cowen and L.C. Ming,
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 168(2-3):626-632 (2009).

"Health burden of skin  lesions at low arsenic exposure through groundwater in Pakistan. Is river the source?",
Z. Fatmi, I. Azam, F. Ahmed, A. Kazi, A.B. Gill, M.M. Kadir, M. Ahmed, N. Ara, and N.Z. Janjua,
Environmental Research, 109(5):575-581(2009).

"Individual Variability in the Human Metabolism of an Arsenic-Containing Carbohydrate,
2',3'-Dihydroxypropyl 5-deoxy-5-dimethylarsinoyl-ß-D-riboside, a Naturally Occurring Arsenical in Seafood"
,

Raml, R., Raber, G., Rumpler, A., Bauernhofer, T., Goessler, W., Francesconi, K.A.,
Institute of Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria (2009).
"Preparation and evaluation of iron-chitosan composites for removal of
As(III) and As(V) from arsenic contaminated real life groundwater",
A. Gupta, V.S. Chauhan, N. Sankararamakrishnan,
Water Research, 43(15):3862-3870 (2009).

"Groundwater contamination with arsenic in Sherajdikhan, Bangladesh: geochemical and hydrological implications",
Halim, MA,  RK Majumder, SA Nessa, K Oda, Y Hiroshiro, BB Saha, SM Hassain, SA Latif, MA Islam, K Jinn
Environmental Geology, 58(1):73-84 (2009).

"Arsenic content in ground and canal waters of Punjab, North-West India",
H.S. Hundal, K. Singh and D. Singh,
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 154(1-4):393-400 (2009).

"Human arsenic exposure and risk assessment at the landscape level: a review",
N.I. Khan, G. Owens, D. Bruce and R. Naidu,
Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 31(Suppl.1):143-166 (2009).

"Arsenic exposure predicts bladder cancer survival in a US population",
Kwong, R.C., Karagas, M.R., Kelsey, K.T. et al.,
World Journal of Urology, 28(4):487-492 (2009). DOI: 10.1007/s00345-009-0477-y


"Microbial mineral weathering for nutrient acquisition releases arsenic",
Mailloux, B. J. et al., Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 75(8):2558-2565 (2009).

"Perspectives of low cost arsenic remediation of drinking water in Pakistan and other countries",
A.H. Malik, Z.M. Khan, Q. Mahmood, S. Nasreen and Z.A. Bhatti,
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 168(1):1-12 (2009).

"Low-cost technologies for arsenic removal in the Chaco-Pampean plain, Argentina",
Morgada de Boggio et al., Bhattacharya, P. and Bundschuh, J.,Natural Arsenic in Groundwater of Latin America,
Arsenic in the Environment Vol.1,Chap.73, pp.677-683, (2009).


"Dhaka Community Hospital Experience on various Mitigation Options;

River Sand Filter (RSF), Indara & Dug well with Pipeline Network: Source of Safe Water & Community Demand",
Mostofa, G.M., Islam, A., Yousuf, J., Suchanda, H.S. et al., Safe Water Options (2009).

"Causes and distribution of arsenic contamination in Bangladesh: evidence from the literature" ,
N. Nahar, Water Policy, 11(3):362-378 (2009).

"Arsenic in the Environment - risks and management strategies",
R. Naidu and P. Bhattacharya, Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 31(Suppl. 1):1-8 (2009).

"Removal of iron, arsenic and coliform bacteria from water by novel constructed soil filter system",  
P.D. Nemade, A.M. Kadam and H.S. Shankar, Ecological Engineering, 35(8):1152-1157 (2009).

"The hydrology of a groundwater-irrigated rice field in Bangladesh: Seasonal and daily mechanisms of infiltration",
Neumann, R. B. et al., Water Resources Research, 45(W09412):14 (2009).

"Arsenic toxicity to rice (Oryza sativa L.) in Bangladesh",
Panaullah, G. et al., Plant and Soil, 317(1-2):31-39 (2009). DOI: 10.1007/s11104-008-9786-y

"Environmental Science: Rising arsenic risk?",
D. Polya and L. Charlet, Nature Geoscience, 2(6):383-384 (2009).

"Arsenic levels in rice grain and assessment of daily dietary intake of arsenic from rice
in arsenic-contaminated regions of Bangladesh-implications to groundwater irrigation", 
M.M. Rahman, G. Owens and R. Naidu, Environ. Geochem. Health., 31(Suppl. 1):179-181 (2009).

"Chronic exposure of arsenic via drinking water and its adverse health impacts on humans",
M.M. Rahman, J.C. Ng and R. Naidu, Environ. Geochem. Health., 31(Suppl. 1):189-200 (2009).

"Challenges ofsustainable water quality management in rural India",
R. Srikanth, Current Science, 97(3):317-325 (2009).

"Effects of Arsenic on Maternal and Fetal Health" ,
Marie Vahter, Annual Review of Nutrition, 29:381-399 (2009).

"On the potential of biological treatment for arsenic contaminated soils and groundwater",
S.L. Wang and X.Y. Zhao, Journal of Environmental Management, 90(8):2367-2376 (2009).

"Model for the formation of arsenic contamination in groundwater,1. Datong Basin, China",
Y.X. Wang, T. Ma, B.N. Ryzhenko, O.A. Limantseva, and E.V. Cherkasova,
Geochemistry International, 47(7): 713-724 (2009).

"The Importance of Chlorination in Bangladesh",
Richard Wilson, Presented at DCH conference on January 15th, 2009.

"Sediment geochemistry and arsenic mobilization in shallow aquifers of the Datong basin, northern China",
X.J. Xie, Y.X. Wang, M.Y. Duan and H.Q. Liu,
Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 31(4):493-502 (2009).

2008  top


Charles F. Harvey, Environmental science: Poisoned waters traced tosource, Nature, 454:415-416, 24 July (2008).doi:10.1038/454415a.

S. Sengupta, J.M. McArthur, A. Sarkar, M.J. Leng, P. Ravenscroft, R.J. Howarthand D.M. Banerjee, Do Ponds Cause Arsenic-Pollution of Groundwater in theBengal Basin? An Answer from West Bengal, Environ. Sci.Technol., 42(14):5156–5164 (2008). DOI: 10.1021/es702988m

"Confoundingimpacts of iron reduction on arsenic retention", Tufano, K. J. andFendorf, S., Environmental Science and Technology, 42(13):4777–4783(2008).

"Tubewell water quality and predictors of contamination in three flood-proneareas in Bangladesh" Luby, S.P., Gupta, S.K., Sheikh, M.A., Johnston,R.B.,Ram, P.K., Islam, M.S., Journal of Applied Microbiology, 105(4):1002-1008(2008). DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2672.2008.03826.x

"Arsenic and fluoride in thegroundwater of Mexico", Armienta, M.A. and Segovia,N., Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 30:345–353 (2008).

"Distribución del arsénico en lasregiones Ibérica e Iberoamericana", Armienta, M.A., Amat, P.D., Larios,T. and López, D.L., Editorial Programa Iberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnologiapara el Desarrollo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, ISBN-13 978-84-96023-61-1, pp.187–210 (2008). (in Spanish)

"Groundwater flow in anarsenic-contaminated aquifer, Mekong Delta, Cambodia", Benner, S.G. et al., Appl. Geochem., 23:3072-3087 (2008).

"Fuentes geogénicas de arsénico ysu liberación al medio ambiente", Bundschuh, J., Giménez-Forcada, E.,Guerequiz, R., Pérez-Carrera, A., Garcia, M.E., Mello, J. and Deschamps, E.Editorial Programa Iberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnologia para el Desarrollo,Buenos Aires, Argentina, ISBN-13 978-84-96023-61-1,  pp.33–47 (2008b).

"Distribución de arsénico en laregión sudamericana", Bundschuh, J. et al., Editorial ProgramaIberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnologia para el Desarrollo, Buenos Aires,Argentina, ISBN-13 978-84-96023-61-1, pp. 137–186 (2008c).

"Distribución del arsénico en lasregiones Ibérica e Iberoamericana", Bundschuh, J., Pérez-Carrera, A.and Litter, M.I., Editorial Programa Iberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnologiapara el Desarrollo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, ISBN-13 978-84-96023-61-1,(2008a).

"Distribución de arsénico en laregión Ibérica", Cama, J., Rovira, M., Ávila, P.,Pereira, M.R., Asta, M.P., Grandia, F., Martínez-Lladó, X. and Álvarez-Ayuso,E., Editorial Programa Iberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnologia para elDesarrollo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, ISBN-13 978-84-96023-61-1, pp. 95–136(2008).

"Stillbirth in rural Bangladesh: arsenic exposure and other etiological factors: a reportfrom Gonoshasthaya Kendra",
N. Cherry, K. Shaikh, C. McDonald and Z. Chowdhury,
Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 86(3):172-177 (2008).

"Groundwater arseniccontamination and its health effects in the Ganga – Meghna – Brahmaputraplain",
B. Das, M.K.Sengupta, M.A.Hossain, S.Ahamed,  B.Nayak, A.Pal, S.Maity,M.M.Rahman, K.C. Saha and D. Chakraborti,
ISGSD Special Publication: Groundwater for Sustainable Development- Problems,Perspectives and Challenges (2008).

"Mobilisation ofarsenic in soils and in rice (Oryza sativa L.) plants affected by organicmatter and zinc application in irrigation water contaminated witharsenic",
D.K. Das, P. Sur, K. Das, Plant Soil Environ., 54(1), 30-37 (2008).

"Evaluation of the performance,village Piped Water Supply System (120 schemes)",
Report by: Groundwater Cicle, Division of Public Health Engineering (DPHE),(also JICA) Bangladesh (2008).

"Arsenicin hair and nails of individuals exposed to arsenic-rich groundwaters in Kandalprovince, Cambodia",
A.G. Gault, H.A.L. Rowland, J.M. Charnock, R.A. Woelius, I. Gomez-Morilla, S.Vong, M. Leng, S. Sarnreth, M.L. Sampson, D.A. Polya,
Science of the Total Environment, 393(1):168-176 (2008).

"Flushing history as ahydrogeological control on the regional distribution of arsenic in shallowgroundwater of the Bengal Basin",
A van Geen et al., Environmental Science and Technology, 42(7): 2283-2288(2008).

"Adsorption ofarsenic species from water using activated siderite-hematite columnfilters",
H.M. Guo, D. Stueben, Z. Bemer, U. Kramar, Journal of Hazardous Materials,151(2-3): 628-635(2008).

"Groundwatergeochemistry and its implications for arsenic mobilization in shallow aquifersof the Hetao Basin, Inner Mongolia",
H.M. Guo, S.Z. Yang, X.H. Tang, Y. Li, Z.L. Shen,
Science of the Total Environment, 393(1):131-144 (2008).

"Removal of As(V)and As(III) by reclaimed iron-oxide coated sands",
J.C. Hsu, C.J. Lin, C.H. Liao and S.T. Chen,
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 153(1-2):817-826 (2008).

"Hydrological and geochemicalconstraints on the mechanism of formation of
arsenic contaminated groundwaterin Sonargaon, Bangladesh",
Itai, T. et al., Applied Geochemistry, 23:2236-2248 (2008).

"The role of proteinbinding of trivalent arsenicals in arsenic carcinogenesis andtoxicity"
Kitchin, K.T., Wallace, K., Journal of Inorg Biochemistry, 102:532–539(2008).

"Arsenicremoval household filter for small community",
M.S. Kumar, P. Anjali and P. Tarasankar,
Res J Chem Environ, 12(1): 23-32 (2008).
"Respiratory Cancer and Inhaled Inorganic Arsenic in Copper SmeltersWorkers: A Linear Relationship with Cumulative Exposure that Increases withConcentration",
J.H. Lubin, L.E. Moore, J.F. Fraumeni Jr. and K.P. Cantor, Environmental HealthPerspectives, 116(12), (2008).
Reports from Local Government Division (LGD-JICA) and Japan InternationalCooperation Agency (JICA):

(1) Sustainable Arsenic Mitigation under Integrated Local GovernmentSystem in Jessore Final Report  (November2008). 
(2) Capacity Development of User Committee for Sustainable WaterSupply project report 8 (November 2008).
(3) Safe Water Supply through Local Government Project Report7 (2008). 
(4) Practice of Sustainable Arsenic Mitigation Handbook (September2008).
(5) Safe Water Supply : Charaecterization and mainenance ProjectReport 6 (2008).
(6) Water Quality Monitoring System with Community Initiatives andLocal Government Support Project report 05, (June 2008)
(7) Practiice of Arsenicosis Patient Management Project report 04,(February 2008)

"Tubewell water quality and predictors of contamination in three flood-proneareas in Bangladesh ",Luby, S.P., Gupta, S.K., Sheikh, M.A., Johnston, R.B., Ram, P.K. and Islam,M.S., Journal of Applied Microbiology, 105(4):1002-1008(7) (2008).
"Statistical Modeling of Global Geogenic Arsenic Contamination inGroundwater", A. Manouchehr, K.C. Abbaspour, M. Berg, L.Winkel, S.J. Hug, E. Hoehn, H. Yang and C.A. Johnson, Environmental Science andTechnology, 42(10):3669-3675 (2008).

"Howpalaeosols influence groundwater flow and arsenic pollution: a model from theBengal Basin and its worldwide implication",
J.M. McArthur, P. Ravenscroft, D.M. Banerjee, J. Milsom, K.A. Hudson-Edwards,S. Sengupta, C. Bristow A. Sarkar S. Tonkin, R., Purohit.Water Resour. Res.,44(W11411). DOI:10.1029/2007WR006552.

"Comparison of dissolvedand particulate arsenic distributions in shallow aquifers of Chakdaha, India,and Araihazar, Bangladesh",
J. Metral, L. Charlet, S. Bureau, S.B. Mallik, S. Chakraborty, K.M. Ahmed, M.W.Rahman, Z.Q. Cheng, A van Geen,
Geochemical Transactions, 9(1) (2008).

"Geological structure of anarsenic-contaminated aquifer at Sonargaon,Bangladesh",
Mitamura, M. et al., Geol. 116:288-302 (2008).

"Treatment ofarsenic contaminated water in a laboratory scale up-flow bio-columnreactor",
P. Mondal, C.B. Majumder, B. Mohanty, Journal of Hazardous Materials,153(1-2):136-145 (2008).

"Treatment ofarsenic contaminated water in a batch reactor by using Ralstonia eutropha MTCC2487 and granular activated carbon", P Mondal, CB Majumder, BMohanty, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 153(1-2):588-599 (2008)."Arsenic in the Iberoamericanregion. The IBEROARSEN Network and a possible economic solution  for arsenic removal inisolated rural zones", Morgada, M.E., Mateu, M., Bundschuh, J.and Litter, M.I., Journal e-Terra, 5:5 (2008).

"Health and socioeconomic effectsof groundwater arsenic contamination in rural Bangladesh: New evidence fromfield surveys",
N. Nahar, F. Hossain, M.D. Hossain, Journal of Environmental Health,70(9):42-47 (2008).

"Hydrochemistry ofarsenic-enriched aquifer from rural West Bengal, India: A study of the arsenicexposure and mitigation option",
B. Nath, S.J. Sahu, J. Jana, A. Mukherjee-Goswami, S. Roy, M.J. Sarker, D.Chatterjee,
Water Air and Soil Pollution, 190(1-4), 95-113 (2008).
"Mobility of arsenic in WestBengal aquifers conducting low and high groundwater arsenic.  Part I: Comparativehydrochemical and hydrogeological characteristics", Nath,B., Applied Geochemistry, 23: 977–995 (2008).
"Mobility of arsenic in WestBengal aquifers conducting low and high groundwater arsenic. Part II: Comparativegeochemical profile and leaching study", Nath, B, AppliedGeochemistry 23:996–1011 (2008).
"Hydrochemistry ofArsenic-Enriched Aquifer from Rural West Bengal, India: A Study of the ArsenicExposure and Mitigation Option", Nath, B.,Water Air and SoilPollution, 190:95–113 (2008).

"Groundwater arseniccontamination in Sahibgunj district of Jharkhand state, India in middle Gangaplain and adverse health effects",
B. Nayak, B.Das, S.C. Mukherjee, A. Pal, S. Ahamed, M.A. Hossain, P. Maity,R.N. Dutta, S. Dutta, D. Chakraborti,
Toxicology & Environmental Chemistry. DOI: 10.1080/02772240701655486. (inpress)

"Arsenic contamination ofRonphibun residents associated with uses of arsenic contaminated shallow wellwater other than drinking",
S. Oshikawa, A.Geater, V. Chongsuvivatwong, D. Chakraborti,
Journal of Environmental Science & Health, 42(12):1753–1761 (2008A).

"Arsenic in groundwaters in theNorthern Appalachian Mountain belt: A review of patterns andprocesses",
Peters, S.C., J.Contam. Hydrol., 99(1–4)8–21 (2008).
"Near-surfacewetland sediments as a source of arsenic release to ground water inAsia", M.L. Polizzotto, B.D. Kocar, S.G. Benner, M. Sampson and S.Fendorf,
Nature, 454 (2008). DOI:10.1038/nature07093

"Arsenic Primer", P. Ravescroft, report for UNICEF(2008).

"Predicting the Global Extent of Arsenic pollution of Groundwater andits'Potential impact on Human Health",
P Ravenscroft, repoer for UNICEF (December 2007).

"Economicbenefits of arsenic removal from ground water — A case study from West Bengal,India",
J. Roy, Science of the Total Environment, 397(1-3):1-12 (2008).

"Arsenic speciation in rice,straw, soil, hair and nails samples from the arsenic affected areas of Lowerand Middle Ganga Plain",
E. Sanz, R. Munoz Olivas, C. Camara, M.K. Sengupta, S. Ahamed,
Journal of Environmental Science & Health, 42(12):1695 –1705 (2008).

"ArsenicRemoval from Groundwater and Its Safe Containment in a RuralEnvironment:Validation of a Sustainable Approach",
Sarkar, Sudipta, Blaney, Lee M., G. Anirban, G. Debabrata, and Sengupta, ArupK.,
Environmental Science and Technology, 42:4268-4273 (2008).

"Arsenic release from biotiteinto a Holocene groundwater aquifer in Bangladesh",
Seddique, A. A. et al., Applied Geochemistry, 23:2236-2248 (2008).

"DoPonds Cause Arsenic-Pollution of Groundwater in the Bengal Basin? An Answerfrom West Bengal",
S . Sengupta,  J  M .McArthur , A. Sarkar, P Ravenscroft, and MBannergee,
Environmental Science Technology, 42: 5156–5164 (2008).

"Groundwater arseniccontamination in Manipur, one of the seven North Eastern Hill state in India: Afuture danger",
J. Singh, B. Das, M. A. Hossain, .A. Shah, B. Nayak, S. Ahamed, M.K. Sengupta,N.R. Singh, D. Chakraborti,
Environmental Geology. DOI: 10.1007/s00254-007-1176-x. (in  press)

"Health Effects of Arsenic andChromium in drinking water:  recent human findings",
A. H. Smith and C.H. Steinmaus, Ann Revs. Public Health, 30:107-122 (2008).

"Arsenic uptakeand speciation in rice plants grown under greenhouse conditions with arseniccontaminated irrigation water",
E. Smith, A.L. Juhasz, J. Weber, R. Naidu, Science of the Total Environment,392(2-3):277-283 (2008).

"Arsenic-stimulatedliver sinusoidal capillarization in mice requires NADPH oxidase–generatedsuperoxide"
A.C. Straub, K.A. Clark, M.A. Ross, A.G. Chandra, S. Li,  X. Gao, P.J.Pagano, D.B. Stolz and A. Barchowsky,
J. Clin. Invest., 118(12):39803989 (2008). DOI:10.1172/JCI35092

"Flushing history as a hydrogeological control on the regional distribution of arsenic in shallowgroundwater of the Bengal Basin",
van Geen, A. et al., Environ. Sci. Technol., 42:2283-2288 (2008).

"Drinking waterquality in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley: a survey and assessment of selectedcontrolling site characteristics",
Nathaniel R. Warner, Jonathan Levy, Karen Harpp and Frank Farruggia,
Hydrogeology Journal, 16(2): 321-334 (2008). DOI: 10.1007/s10040-007-0238-1

"Developmental impacts of heavy metals and undernutrition",
G.A. Wasserman, X.H. Liu, P. Factor-Litvak, J.M. Gardner, J.H. Graziano,
Basic Clinic Pharmacol Toxicol., 102(2):212-217 (2008).

2007  top


"Arsenic poisoning from cow dung fuel", Chemical Science, 4(11):C81-C88, Nov (2007). ISSN:1478-6524, CSHCBM.
 

The USEPA (2006) Workshop: Research and Risk Assessment for Arsenic
Published, May 31st through June 2nd 2006, (mostly) in a special volume of Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology in 2007.
Editorial: "The USEPA workshop on research and risk assessment for arsenic"
    Richard K.Kwok et. al, "Drinking water arsenic exposure and blood pressure in healthy women of reproductive age in InnerMongolia, China"
    Chih-HaoWang, "A review of the epidemiologic literature on the role of environmental arsenic exposure and cardiovascular diseases"
    Samuel M. Cohen, "Arsenic-induced bladder cancer in an animal model"
    A. D. Kligerman, "Insights into the carcinogenic mode of action of arsenic"
    Adam C. Straub, "Low level arsenic promotes progressive infatory angiogenesis and liver blood vessel remodeling in mice"
    Kenneth P. Cantor, "Arsenic, internal cancers, and issues in inference from studies of low-level exposures in human populations"
    Catherine B. Klein,"Further evidence against a direct genotoxic mode of action for arsenic-induced cancer"
    Olga L. Valenzuela, "Chronic arsenic exposure increases TGF-alpha concentration in bladder urothelial cells of Mexican populations environmentally exposed to  inorganic arsenic"
    Michael  P. Waalkes, "Transplacental arsenic carcinogenesis in mice"
    Fang-I Hsieh, "Risk of Erectile Dysfunction Induced by Well Water Consumption in Taiwan"




    "Arsenic-contaminated groundwater from parts of Damodar fan-delta and west of Bhagirathi River, West Bengal, India:
    influence of fluvial geomorphology and Quaternary morphostratigraphy",
    S.K. Acharyya and B.A. Shah, Environmental Geology, 52:489-501 (2007).


    "Groundwater arsenic contamination affecting different geologic domains in India - a review:
    influence of geological setting, fluvial geomorphology and Quaternary stratigraphy",
    S.K. Acharyya and B.A. Shah, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 42(12), 1795-1805 (2007).


    "Critical pathway analysis to determine key uncertainties in net impacts on disease burden in Bangladesh of arsenic mitigation
    involving the substitution of arsenic bearing for groundwater drinking water supplies",
    G.C.D. Adamson and D.A. Polya, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 42(12), 1909-1917 (2007).


    "Groundwater arsenic contamination and its health effects in Ganga-Meghna-Brahmaputra (GMB) Plain
     and its surroundings:
    a nineteen years study",

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    "Sociocultural aspects of arsenicosis in Bangladesh: Community perspective",
    S.A. Ahmad, M.H.S. Sayed, M.H. Khan, M.N. Karim, M.A. Haque, M.S.A. Bhuiyan, M.S. Rahman, M.H. Faruquee,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 42(12), 1945-1958 (2007).


    "Arsenic metabolism, genetic susceptibility, and risk of premalignant skin lesions in Bangladesh",
    Ahsan H., Chen Y., Kibriya M.G., Slavkovich V., Parvez F., Jasmine F.,et al.,
    Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 16:1270–1278 (2007).


    "Unventilated Indoor Coal-Fired Stoves in Guizhou Province, China: Reduction of Arsenic Exposure
    through Behavior Changes Resulting from Mitigation and Health Education in Populations with Arsenicosis",
    D. An, D. Li, Y. Liang and Z. Jing, Environ Health Perspect, 115:659-662 (2007).


    "Socioeconomic Status and Risk for Arsenic-Related Skin Lesions in Bangladesh"
    M. Argos, F. Parvez, Y. Chen, A.Z.M.F. Hussain, H. Momotaj, G.R. Howe, J.H. Graziano and H. Ahsan,
    American Journal of Public Health, March 29th (2007).


    Poisons, pragmatic governance and deliberative democracy: The arsenic crisis in Bangladesh,
    P. Atkins, M. Hassan, C. Dunn, Geoforum, 38(1):155-170 (2007)
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    "Arsenic in Drinking-Water and Risk for Cancer in Denmark",
    R. Baastrup, M. Sørensen, T. Balstrøm, K. Frederiksen, C. L. Larsen, A. Tjønneland, K. Overvad and O. Raaschou-Nielsen,
    Institute of Cancer Epidemiology, 116(2) (2008).

    "A rapid field detection method for arsenic in drinking water.",
    A. Baghel, B. Singh, P. Pandey and K. Sekhar,
    Anal Sci, 23(2): 135-7 (2007).

    "Arsenic removal from water/wastewater using adsorbents - A critical review",
    D Mohan, CU Pittman, Journal of Hazardous Material, 142:1-53 (2007).

    "Analysis of bioavailable arsenic in rice with whole cell living bioreporter bacteria",
    B. Baumann and J.R. van der Meer,
    Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 55: 2115-2120 (2007).

    "Magnitude of arsenic pollution in the Mekong and Red River Deltas - Cambodia and Vietnam,"
    M. Berg, C. Stengel, P.T.K. Trang, P.H. Viet, M.L. Sampson, M. Leng, S. Samreth and D. Fredericks,
    Science of the Total Environment, 372: 413-425 (2007).

    "Arsenic in the environment: biology and chemistry.",
    Bhattacharya, P., Welch, A.H., Stollenwerk, K.G., McLaughlin, M.J., Bundschuh, J., & Panaullah, G.,
    Science of the Total Environment, 379:109–120 (2007)
    .

     

     

    "Targeting low-arsenic aquifers in Matlab Upazila, Southeastern Bangladesh. "
    M. von Brömssen, M. Jakariya, P. Bhattacharya, K.M. Ahmed, M.A. Hasan, O. Sracek, L. Jonsson, L. Lundell, G. Jacks,
    Science of the Total Environment, 379:121-132 (2007).

    "How creditable are cancer risk estimates from the SW Taiwan database for arsenic in drinking water?",
    K.G. Brown, International Journal of Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 13(1):180-190 (2007).

    "Geogenic arsenic in sedimentary aquifers of southwestern Sébaco valley, Nicaragua.",
    Bundschuh, J., Altamirano Espinoza, M. and Cumbal, L.,
    2007 GSA Denver Annual Meeting (28–31 October), 
    Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 39, No. 6, p. 518 (2007).

    "Targeting arsenic-safe aquifers as socially acceptable innovative method of remediation
       — What lessons can rural Latin America learn from Bangladesh experiences?",
    Bundschuh, J., Bhattacharya, P., von Brömssen, M., Jakariya, M., Litter, M.I. and García, M.E.,
    Proceedings International Conference on Water and Wastewater Treatment (1–4 April), (2007).

    "Arsenic and Manganese Contamination of Drinking Water Resources in  Cambodia:
      Coincidence of Risk Areas with Low Relief Topography",
    Johanna Buschmann, Michael Berg, Caroline Stengel, and Mickey L.Sampson,
    Environtal Science and Technology, 41 (7): 2146 -2152 (2007).

    "Arsenic, internal cancers, and issues in inference from studies of low-level exposures in human populations",
    Cantor, K.P., Lubin, J.H., Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 222:252–257 (2007).

    "Adsorption of arsenite and arsenate onto muscovite and biotite mica",
    S. Chakraborty, M. Wolthers, D. Chatterjee and L. Charlet,
    Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 309(2):392-401, (2007).

    "Arsenic removal by iron-modified activated carbon",
    W. Chen, R. Parette, J. Zou, F.S. Cannon and B.A. Dempsey,
    Water Research Foundation, Arsenic Water Technology Partnership, 41:1851-1858 (2007).

    "Primary intracerebral hemorrhage mortality reduction after installation of
      a tap-water supply system in an arseniasis-endemic area in southwestern Taiwan",
    H.F. Chin, M.C. Lin and C.Y. Yang,
    Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, 70(6): 539-546 (2007A).

    "Arsenic in the soil environment of central Balkan Peninsula, southeastern Europe: occurrence, geochemistry, and impacts",
    Dangic, A. and Dangic, J., Arsenic in soil and groundwater environment;
    Trace metals and other contaminants in the environment, 9:207–236, (2007).

    "Spatial distribution and temporal variability of arsenic in irrigated rice field in Bangladesh: 2. Paddy soil.",
    J. Dittmar, A. Voegelin, L.C. Roberts, S. J. Hug, G.C. Saha, M.A. Ali, A.B.M. Badruzzaman and R. Kretzschmar,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 41:5967-5972 (2007).

    "Children’s intellectual function in relation to arsenic exposure.",
    von Ehrenstein, O.S., Poddar, S., Yuan, Y., Guha, M.D.N., Eskenazi, B. et al.,
    Epidemiology, 18(1):44-51 (2007).

    "Toxic fluoride and arsenic contaminated groundwater in the Lahore and Kasur districts,
     
    Punjab, Pakistan and possible contaminant sources",
    A. Farooqi, H. Masuda and N. Firdous,
    Environmental Pollution, 145(3):839-849 (2007).

    "Arsenic induced oxidative stress and the role of antioxidant supplementation during chelation: A review",
    S.J.S. Flora, S. Bhadauria, G.M. Kannan, N. Singh,
    Journal of Environmental Biology, 28:333-347 (2007).

    "Detection of arsenic in groundwater using a surface plasmon resonance sensor",
    E.S. Forzani, K. Foley, P. Westerhoff, N.J. Tao,
    Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical, 123:82-88 (2007).

    "Mechanisms of arsenic contamination of a surfacial aquifer in Turkey",
    O. Gundiz & C. Simsek, Securing Groundwater quality in urban and industrial environments,
    Proceedings of the 6th international water conference, (2 -7 December) 2007.

    "A new model (DRARCH) for assessing groundwater vulnerability to arsenic contamination at basin scale:
      a case study in Taiyuan basin, northern China",
    Q.H. Guo, Y.X. Wang, X.B. Gao, T. Ma,
    Environmental Geology, 52:923-932 (2007).

    "The geochemical study of fluvio-lacustrine aquifers in the Kathmandu Basin (Nepal)
     and the implications for the mobilization of arsenic",
    K. Gurung, H. Ishiga, M.S. Khadka and N.R. Shrestha,
    Environmental Geology, 52:503-517 (2007).

    "Arsenic in shallow groundwater of Bangladesh: investigations from three different physiographic settings",
    Hasan, M.A., Ahmed, K.M., Sracek, O., Bhattacharya, P., von Brömssen, M., Broms, S., Fogelstrom, J., Mazumder, M.L. and Jacks, G.,
    Journal of Hydrogeology, 15(8):1507–1522 (2007).

    "Arsenic concentrations and bacterial contamination in a pilot shallow dugwell program in West Bengal, India",
    Hira-Smith, M.M., Yuan, Y. et al.,
    Journal of Environmental Science and  Health, 42: 89-95 (2007A).

    "Natural attenuation of arsenic by ferric hydroxide in a coastal aquifer",
    A. Holloway, S Taylor, M Dubikova, A Simpson, S Woodroffe,
    Securing Groundwater quality in urban and industrial environments,
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    "Arsenic in tubewell water of Bangladesh and approaches for sustainable mitigation.",
    Jakariya, M., TRITA LWR PhD Thesis 1033, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden, (2007 MD).


    "Searching for sustainable arsenic mitigation strategy in Bangladesh: experience from two upazilas. ",
    Jakariya, M., von Brömssen, M., Jacks, G., Chowdhury, A.M.R., Ahmed, K.M. and Bhattacharya, P.,
    International Journal of Environmental Pollution, 31(3–4):415–430 (2007).

    "Use of GIS in local level participatory planning for arsenic mitigation:
     A case study from Matlab Upazila, Bangladesh",
    Jakariya and P. Bhattacharya,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health, 42(12):1933-1944 (2007A).

    "Hydrous ferric oxide incorporated diatomite for remediation of arsenic contaminated groundwater",
    M. Jang, S.H. Min, J.K. Park, E.J. Tlachac,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 41:3322-3328 (2007).

    "Arsenic mitigation in Bangladesh: National screening data and case studies in three upazilas",
    R.B. Johnston, M.H. Sarker,
    Environmental Science and Health,  42(12):1889-1896 (2007A).

    "Arsenic speciation and uraniuconcentrations in drinking water supply wells in Northern Greece:
     Correlations with redox indicative parameters and implications for groundwater treatment",
    IA Katsoyiannis, SJ Hug, A Ammann, A Zikoudi, C Hatziliontos,
    Science of the Total Environment, 383(1-3):128-140 (2007).

    "Association between total ingested arsenic and toenail arsenic concentrations",
    M. Kile, E.A. Houseman, C.V. Breton, Q. Quamruzzaman, M..Rahman, G. Mahiuddin, D.C. Christiani,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health, 42(12):1827-1834 (2007).

    "Characterization of groundwater in the reference of arsenic and nitrate mobilization, Kathmandu Basin, Nepal",
    Jaya Kumar Gurung ,  Hiroaki Ishiga ,  Mohan Singh Khadka ,  Nav Raj Shrestha,
    Review of arsenic behaviour from groundwater and soil to crops and potential impacts on agriculture and food safety,
    Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 189: 43-87 (2007).

    "Arsenic concentrations and bacterial contamination in a pilot shallow dugwell program in West Bengal, India",
    M.M. Hira-Smith, Y. Yuan et al., Journal of Environmental Science and Health -A,
    Tox Hazard Subst Environ Eng,  42(1):89-95 (2007).

    "Detecting arsenic-related skin lesions: Experiences from a large community-based survey in Bangladesh",
    S.K. Hore, M. Rahman, M. Yunus, C.S. Das, S. Yeasmin, S.K.A. Ahmad, M.H.S.U. Sayed, A.M. Islam, M. Vahter, L.A. Persson,
    International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 17(2): 141-149 (2007).

    "A simple and effective arsenic filter based on composite iron matrix:
     Development and deployment studies for groundwater of Bangladesh",
    A. Hussam, A.K.M. Munir,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health, 42(12):1869-1878 (2007).

    "Screening of arsenic in tubewell water with field test kits: Evaluation of the method from public health perspective",
    M. Jakariya, M. Vahter, M. Rahman, M.A. Wahed, S.K. Hore, P. Bhattacharya, G. Jacks, L.A. Persson,
    Science of the Total Environment, 379:167-175 (2007).

    "Sustainability of arsenic mitigation in Bangladesh: Results of a functionality survey",
    A. Kabir, G. Howard,
    International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 17:207-218 (2007).

    "Transport of surface-modified iron nanoparticle in porous media and application to arsenic(III) remediation",
    S.R. Kanel, D. Nepal, B. Manning, H. Choi,
    J Nanoparticle Res, 9(5):725-735 (2007).

    "Determinants of drinking arsenic-contaminated tubewell water in Bangladesh",
    M.M.H. Khan, K. Aklimunnessa, M. Kabir and M. Mori,
    Health Policy and Planning, 22(5):335-343 (2007).

    "Dietary arsenic exposure in Bangladesh",
    M.L. Kile, E.A. Houseman, C.V. Breton, T. Smith, Q. Quamruzzaman, M. Rahman, G. Mahiuddin, D.C. Christiani,
    Environ Health Perspect, 115:889-893 (2007).

    "Arsenic Removal by a Colloidal Iron Oxide Coated Sand",
    I. Ko, A.P. Davis, J.Y. Kim, K.W. Kim,
    Journal of Environmental Engineering, 133(9): 891-898 (2007).

    "In situ remediation of arsenic at a highly contaminated site in Northern Germany",
    T. Kruger, H. Hollander, P. Boochs, M. Billib, Stummeyer & B. Harazim,
    Securing Groundwater quality in urban and industrial environment,
    Proceedings of the 6th international water conference, (2 - 7 December) 2007.

    "Arsenic: signal transduction, transcriptionfactor, and biotransformation involved in cellular response and toxicity.",
    Kumagai, Y., Sumi, D., Annual Review of Pharmacol Toxicol, 47:243–262 (2007).
     
    "An Epidemiologic Study of Arsenic-related Skin Disorders and Skin Cancer and the Consumption of
    Arsenic-Contaminated Well Waters in Huhhot, Inner Mongolia, China",
    Steven H. Lamm et al. and the Inner Mongolia Cooperative Arsenic Project (IMCAP),

     

    "Health and Environmental Risk Assessment", 13:713-756 (2007).

    "Arsenic in soil environments in Albania.",
    Lazo, P., Cullaj, A., Arapi, A. and Deda, T., Arsenic in soil and groundwater environment;
    Trace metals and other contaminants in the environment,  9:237–256 (2007).

    "Suitability Evaluation of Alternative Water Sources",
    Local Government Division (LGD-JICA), Project Report (02 February) 2007.

    "Mutual interaction between nutritional status and chronic arsenic toxicity
     due to groundwater contamination in an area of Terai, lowland Nepal",
    M. Maharjan, C. Watanabe, S.A. Ahmad, M. Umezaki M., R. Ohtsuka,
    Journal of Epidemiology Comm Health,  61:389-394 (2007).

    "Fifty-Year Study of Lung and Bladder Cancer Mortality in Chile Related to Arsenic in Drinking Water",
    Guillermo Marshall, Catterina Ferreccio, Yan Yuan, Michael N. Bates, Craig Steinmaus, Steve Selvin, Jane Liaw, Allan H. Smith, 
    Journal of National Cancer Institute,  99: 920 – 928 (2007).

    "Removal of aqueous arsenic using iron attached to immobilized ligands (IMLIGs)",
    D.F. Martin, L. O’Donnell, B.B. Martin and R. Alldredge,
    Journal of Environmetal Science and Health, Tox/Haz Subst Environ Eng, 42: 97-102 (2007A).

    "Fate of arsenite and arsenate in flooded and not flooded soils of
      southwest Bangladesh irrigated with arsenic contaminated wate",
    M. Martin, A. Violante, E. Barberis,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health, 42(12):1775-1783 (2007A).

    "A Report of the US EPA Science Advisory Board, USEPA:
     Advisory on EPA’s Assessments of Carcinogenic Effects of Organic and Inorganic Arsenic",
    Dr. Genevieve Matanoski, Chair EPA Science Advisory Board Arsenic Review Panel, 2007.

    "Arsenic in drinking water and cerebrovascular disease, diabetes mellitus,
     and kidney disease in Michigan: a standardized mortality ratio analysis.",
    Jaymie R. Meliker, Robert L. Wahl, Lorraine L. Cameron and Jerome O. Nriagu,
    Environmenatl Health, 6(1): 4 (2007).

    "Arsenic removal from water/wastewater using adsorbents—A critical review",
    Mohana, D. and Pittman, C.U. Jr.,
    Journal of Hazardous Materials, 142(1–2):1-53 (2007).

    "Removal of trivalent arsenic (As(III)) from contaminated water by calcium chloride (CaCl2)-impregnated rice husk carbon",
    P. Mondal, C.B. Majumder, B. Mohanty,
    Ind Eng Chem Research, 46:2550-255 (2007).

    "Arsenic(V) adsorption mechanism using kaolinite, montmorillonite and illite from aqueous medium",
    D. Mohapatra, D. Mishra, G.R. Chaudhury, R.P. Das,
    Journal Env. Sci. Health., A-Tox Hazard Subst Env Eng, 42:463-469 (2007A).

    "Regional hydrostratigraphy and groundwater flow modeling of the arsenic contaminated aquifers
    of the western Bengal basin, West Bengal, India",
    Mukherjee, A., Fryar, A.E., and Howell, P.,
    Hydrogeology Journal, (2007). DOI: 10.1007/s10040-007-0208-7.

    "Regional-scale stable isotopic signatures of recharge and deep groundwater in the arsenic affected areas of West Bengal, India",
    A. Mukherjee, A.E. Fryar and H.D. Rowe,
    Hydrogeology Journal, 334:151-161 (2007).

    "A Tale of Two Oxidation States: Bacterial Colonization of Arsenic-Rich Environments",
    Muller, D., Médigue, C., Koechler, S., Barbe, V., Barakat, M. et al.,
    PLoS Genet , 3(4): 53 (2007).

    "Chronic Arsenic Exposure and Cardiac Repolarization Abnormalities with QT Interval Prolongation in a Population-based Study"
    J.L. Mumford, K.G. Wu, Y.J. Xia, R. Kwok, Z.H. Yang, J. Foster, W.E. Sanders,
    Environ Health Perspectives, 115:690-694 (2007).

    "Arsenic Contamination in the World: An International Sourcebook",
    Murcott, S.E., Forth-coming publication of the World Health Organization (WHO:Geneva)
    as “country annexes” of the United Nations Synthesis Report on Arsenic in Drinking Water (2006)

    "Current knowledge on the distribution of arsenic in groundwater in five states of India",
    R. Nickson et al., Journal of Environmental Science and Health, 42(12):1707-1718 (2007A).

    "Residential exposure to drinking water arsenic in Inner Mongolia, China",
    Z.X. Ning, D.T. Lobdell, R.K. Kwok, Z.Y. Liu, S.Y. Zhang, C.L. Ma, M. Riediker, J.L. Mumford,
    Toxicol Applied Pharmacol, 222(3):351-356 (2007).

    "Arsenic in soil and groundwater: an overview",
    Nriagu, J.O., Bhattacharya, P., Mukherjee, A.B, Bundschuh, J., Zevenhoven, R. and Loeppert, R.H.,
    Arsenic in soil and groundwater environment; Trace metals and other contaminants in the environment, 9:3–60 (2007).

    "Arsenic intake via water and food by a population living in an arsenic-affected area of Bangladesh",
    K. Ohno, T. Yanase, Y. Matsuo, T. Kimura, M.H. Rahman, Y. Magara, Y. Matsui,
    Science of the Total Environment, 381(1-3): 68-76 (2007).

    "Responses of 6500 households to arsenic mitigation in Araihazar, Bangladesh",
    A. Opar, A. Pfaff, A.A. Seddidue, K.M. Ahmed, J.H. Graziano and A. van Geen,
    Health and Place, 13:164-172 (2007).
     
    "The source of naturally occurring arsenic in a coastal sand aquifer of eastern Australia",
    O’Shea, B., Jankowski, J., and Sammut, J.,
    Science of Total Environment, 379:151–166 (2007).

    "Arsenic contamination of Ronphibun residents associated with uses of arsenic-contaminated shallow-well water other than drinking",
    S. Oshikawa, A. Geater, V. Chongsuvivatwong, D. Chakraborti,
    Journal of Environ Science and Health Part A, 42(12):1753-1761 (2007).

    "Additional danger of arsenic exposure through inhalation from burning of cow dung cakes
     laced with arsenic as a fuel in arsenic affected villages in Ganga–Meghna–Brahmaputra plain",
    A. Pal, B. Nayak, B. Das, M. A. Hossain, S. Ahameda and D. Chakraborti,
    Journal of Environmental Monitoring,  9(10) :1067-1070 (2007). 

    "Urinary arsenic profile affects the risk of urothelial carcinoma even at low arsenic exposure",
    Pu, Y.S., Yang, S.M., Huang, Y.K., Chung, C.J., Huang, S.K., Chiu, A.W., et al.,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 218:99–106 (2007).

    "Mobilization of arsenic during one-year incubations of grey aquifer sands from Araihazar, Bangladesh",
    K.A. Radloff, Z. Cheng, M.W. Rahman, K.M. Ahmed, B.J. Mailloux, A.R. Juhl, P. Schlosser, A. Van Geen,
    Environ Sci Technol, 41: 3639-45 (2007)
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    "Grounwate Arsenic Calamity and Dhaka Community Hospital's Experience with Mitigation Programs",
    M. Rahman, Q. Quamruzzaman, G. Mostofa, A. Elahi, G. Mahiuddin, J. Yousuf, A. IslamDhaka,
    Environmental Safety and Health, (2007).

    "A Randomised intervention trial to assess two arsenic mitigation options in Bangladesh",
    A.H. Milton, W. Smith, K. Dear, J. Ng et al.,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A, 42(12):1897-1908 (2007).

    "Design for sustainable development - Household drinking water filter for arsenic and pathogen treatment in Nepal",
    T.K.K. Ngai, R.R. Shrestha, B. Dangol, M. Maharjan, S.E. Murcott,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A, 42(12):1879-1888 (2007).

    "Association of arsenic exposure during pregnancy with fetal loss and infant death: a cohort study in Bangladesh",
    A. Rahman, M. Vahter, E.C. Ekström, M. Rahman, A.H.M.G. Mustafa, M.A. Wahed, M. Yunus and L.A. Persson,
    American Journal of Epidemiology, March 10 (2007).

    "Numerical modelling of arsenic release in groundwater under a reducing environment",
    A. Razzak, K. Jinno, M.A. Halim, K. Oda, Y. Hiroshiro,
    Securing Groundwater quality in urban and industrial environments,
    Proceedings of the 6th international water conference, (2 - 7 December) 2007.


    "Dynamics of arsenic in agricultural soils irrigated with arsenic contaminated groundwater in Bangladesh",
    G.C. Saha, M.A. Ali,
    Science of the Total Environment, 379: 180-189 (2007).

    "GIS approach ossment of areas affected by arsenic pollution in drinking water,f delineation and risk assessment",
    S.R. Samadder, C. Subbarao,
    Journal of Environ. Engrg-ASCE, 133(7):742-749 (2007).

    "Arsenic in the breast milk of lactating women in arsenic affected areas of West Bengal, India and its effect on infants",
    G.Samanta, D. Das, B.K. Mondal, T. Roychowdhury, D.Chakraboti, A. Pal, S. Ahamed,
    Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part A, 42(12):1815 – 1825 (2007).

    "Evaluation of deep groundwater development for arsenic mitigation in western Bangladesh",
    N. Shibasaki, P.F. Lei, A. Kamata,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 42(12), 1919-1932 (2007).

    "Arsenic and other metal contamination of groundwater in the Mekong River Delta, Vietnam",
    Y. Shinkai, D.Van Truc, D. Sumi, D. Canh, Y. Kumagai,
    Journal of Health Science, 53(3):344-346 (2007).

    "Arsenic in groundwater from mineralised Proterozoic basement rocks of Burkina Faso",
    P.L. Smedley, J. Knudsen, D. Maiga,
    Applied Geochemistry, 22(5):1074-1092 (2007).

    "Quality of groundwater in eastern Croatia: the problem of arsenic pollution",
    Stanic, M. H., Kules, M., Kalajdzic, B., & Romic, Z.,
    Desalination, 210:157–162 (2007).

    "Genetic polymorphisms in MTHFR 677 and 1298, GSTM1 and T1, and metabolism of arsenic",
    Steinmaus, C., Moore, L.E., Shipp, M., Kalman, D., Rey, O.A., Biggs, et al.,
    Journal of Toxicol Environ Health A, 70:159-70 (2007).

    "Arsenic attenuation by oxidized aquifer sediments in Bangladesh",
    K.G. Stollenwerk, G.N. Breit, A.H. Welch, J.C. Yount, J.W. Whitney, A.L. Foster, M.N. Uddin, R.K. Majumder, N. Ahmed,
    Science of the Total Environment, 379:133-150 (2007).

    "Hydrological control of As concentrations in Bangladeshgroundwater",
    Stute, M. et al., Water Resources Research, 43,W09417 (2007).

    "Urinary Arsenic Metabolites in Children and Adults Exposed to Arsenic in Drinking Water in Inner Mongolia, China",
    G. Sun, Y. Xu, X. Li, Y. Jin, B. Li and X. Sun,
    Environ Health Perspect, 115: 648-652 (2007).

    "A Winter of Fear",
    S. Tsushima, Arsenic Special Issue,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering Part A,  (2007).


    "Groundwater arsenic contamination -- a multidirectional emerging threat to water scarce areas of Pakistan",
    Ul-Haque, M. Baig, D. Nabi, W. Hayat,
    Securing Groundwater quality in urban and industrial environments,
    Proceedings of the 6th international water conference, (2 - 7 December) 2007.


    "Arsenic neurotoxicity - A review",
    Vahidnia, A., Van der Voet, G.B., de Wolf, F.A.,
    Hum Exp Toxicol., 26: 823-832 (2007).

    "Targeting low-arsenic aquifers in Matlab Upazila, Southeastern Bangladesh",
    von Brömssen, M., Jakariya, M., Bhattacharya, P., Ahmed, K.M., Hasan, M.A., Sracek, O., Jonsson, L., Lundell, L. and Jacks, G.,
    Science of the Total Environment, 379:121–132 (2007).

    "Chronic arsenic poisoning: a global health issue - a report of multiple primary cancers",
    R.R. Walvekar, S.V. Kane, M.S. Nadkarni, I.N. Bagwan, D.A. Chaukar, and A.K. D'Cruz,
    J Cutan Pathol, 34(2): 203-6 (2007)
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    "Arsenic and Fluoride Exposure in Drinking Water: Children's IQ and Growth in Shanyin County, Shanxi Province, China",
    S. Wang, Z. Wang, X. Cheng, J. Li, Z. Sang, X. Zhang, L. Han, X. Qiao, Z. Wu, and Z. Wang,
    Environ Health Perspect, 115: 643-647 (2007).

    "Water arsenic exposure and intellectual function in 6-year-old children in Araihazar, Bangladesh",
    G.A. Wasserman et al., Environ Health Perspect, 115(2): 285-289 (2007).

    "The Bangaldesh Arsenic Catastrophe:  One view from Overseas",
    Richard Wilson, Arsenic Special Issue, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering Part A,  (2007).

    "Study of arsenic removal by nanofiltration and its application in China",
    S.J. Xia, B.Z. Don, Z.L. Zhang, B. Xu, N.Y. Gao, and C. Causseranda,
    Desalination, 204:374-379 (2007).

    "Two-months study of Dugwell water",
    J. Yousuf, G. Mostofa, A. Elahi, A. Islam, S.A. Joya ,G. Mahiuddin, M. Rahman, and Q. Quamruzzaman,
    Dhaka Community Hospital Report, February 2007.

    "Chlorination of Surface Waters in Bangladesh (draft for Science)",
    Jabed Yousuf and Yousuf Mostafa,
    Dhaka Community Hospital, (2007).


    "Health Effects of Exposure to Natural Arsenic in Groundwater and Coal in China: An Overview of Occurrence", 
    G. Yu, D. Sun, and Y. Zheng,
    Environ Health Perspect, 115:636-642 (2007).

    "Colloid Mobilization and Arsenite Transport in Soil Columns: Effect of Ionic Strength",
    H. Zhang and H.M. Selim,
    Journal of Environ Qual, 36:1273-1280 (2007).

    "Unventilated Indoor Coal-Fired Stoves in Guizhou Province, China:
    Cellular and Genetic Damage in Villagers Exposed to Arsenic in Food and Air",
    A. Zhang, H. Feng, G. Yang, X. Pan, X. Jiang, X. Huang, X. Dong, D. Yang, Y. Xie, L. Peng, L. Jun, C. Hu, L. Jian, and X. Wang,
    Environ Health Perspect, 115: 653-658 (2007).



    2006  top


    Stephan Klump, Rolf Kipfer, Olaf A. Cirpka, Charles F. Harvey, Matthias S. Brennwald,
    Khandaker N. Ashfaque, Abu Borhan M. Badruzzaman, Stephan J. Hug, and Dieter M. Imboden,
    Groundwater Dynamics and Arsenic Mobilization in Bangladesh Assessed Using Noble Gases and Tritium,
    Environ. Sci. Technol., 40(1):243–250 (2006). DOI: 10.1021/es051284w

    Charles F. Harveya, Khandaker N. Ashfaquea, Winston Yua, A.B.M. Badruzzamanb, M. Ashraf Alib, Peter M. Oatesa,
    Holly A. Michaela, Rebecca B. Neumanna, Roger Beckiec, Shafiqul Islamd, M. Feroze Ahmedb,
    Groundwater dynamics and arsenic contamination in Bangladesh,
    Chemical Geology, 228(1-3):112-136, 16 April (2006). (Controls on Arsenic Transport in Near-Surface Aquatic Systems)
    doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2005.11.025.

    "Electrocardiographic Abnormalities among Arsenic-exposed Persons through Groundwater in Bangladesh", 
    S.K. Akhtar Ahmad, F. Khatun, M.H. Salim Ullah Sayed et al.,
    Journal of Health Population Nutrition, 24(2):221-227 (2006).

    "Arsenic in the aetiology of cancer",
    Soile Tapio and Bernd Grosche,
    Mutation Research, 612: 215–246 (2006).

    "Dissimilatory arsenate- and sulfate-reduction in sediments of two hypersaline,
      arsenic-rich soda lakes: Mono and Searles Lakes, Calfornia". 
    Kulp, T.R., S.E. Hoeft, L.G. Miller, C. Saltikov, J. Nilsen, S. Han, B. Lanoil, and R.S. Oremland,
    Applied Environmental Microbiology, 72:6514-6526 (2006).

    "Quantitative Health Risk Assessment for Arsenic and Microbiololical Contamination in Drinking Water", 
    M.F. Ahmed, G. Howard, D. Deere, S.G Mahmud and S.K.J. Shamsuddin,  
    Arsenic Policy Support Unit (APSU), 2006.

    "An eight-year study report on Arsenic contamination in groundwater
    and health effects in Eruani village, Bangladesh and an approach for its mitigation",
    Sad Ahamed et al., International Center of Diarrhoeal Disease Research, 24(2):129-141 (2006).

    "Rural communities' preferences for arsenic mitigation options in Bangladesh",
    J. Ahmad, B. Goldar, and S. Misra,
    Journal of Water Health, 4(4): 463-77, December 1 (2006).

    "Ensuring Safe Drinking Water in Bangladesh",
    Ahmed, M.F., Ahuja, S., Alauddin, M., Hug, S.J., Lloyd, J.R., Pfaff, A., Pichler, T., Saltikov, C., Stute, M., van Geen, A.,
    Science, 314, December 1 (2006).

    "Behavior Changes and Reduced Arsenic Exposure after Mitigation and Health Education
     in Endemic Arsenicosis Regions Caused by Indoor Unventilated Coal-firing Stove Usage in Guizhou, P.R. China",

    An D., Li D., Liang Y., Jing Z., Environ Health Perspect., (2006).

    "Arsenic exposure from drinking water and risk of premalignant skin lesions in Bangladesh:
    baseline results from the Health Effects of Arsenic Longitudinal Study",

    Ahsan H., Chen Y., Parvez F., Zablotska L., Argos M., Hussain I., et al.,
    Am J Epidemiol., 163:1138–1148 (2006).

    "Knowledge of Arsenic in Drinking-water: Risks and Avoidance in Matlab, Bangladesh",
    Sonia N. Aziz, Kevin J. Boyle, Mahfuzar Rahman,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(3):327-335 (2006).

    "The epidemiological research on coal-burning type arsenicosis in Shannxi province",
    Bai G., Liu X., Fan Z., Li X., Chinese Journal of Endemiology, 25:57-60 (2006).
    [in Chinese with English abstract].

    "Can Administration of Potentized Homeopathic Remedy, Arsenicum Album,
     Alter Antinuclear Antibody (ANA) Titer in People Living in High-Risk Arsenic Contaminated Areas?",
    P. Belon, P. Banerjee, S.C. Choudhury, A. Banerjee et al.,
    A Correlation with Certain Hematological Parameters, January 23, 2006.

    "Arsenic removal from groundwater by household sand filters:
     Comparative field study, model calculations, and health benefits",
    Berg M., Luzi S., Trang P.T.K., Viet P.H., Giger W., Stuben D.,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 40 (17): 5567-5573 (2006).

    "Magnitude of arsenic pollution in the Mekong and Red River Deltas — Cambodia and Vietnam",
    M. Berga, C. Stengela, P. Thi, K. Trangb, P. H. Vietb, M. L. Sampsonc, M. Lengc, S. Samreth and D. Fredericks,
    Science of The Total Environment, 372:413-425 (2006).

    "Distribution and mobility of arsenic in the río Dulce alluvial aquifers in Santiago del Estero Province, Argentina",
    Bhattacharya, P., Classon, M., Bundschuh, J., Sracek, O., Fagerberg, J., Jacks, G., Martin, R.A., Storniolo, A. del S. and Thir, J.M.,
    Science of the Total Environment, 358:97–120 (2006).

     

    "Geochemical cycling of arsenic in a coastal aquifer",
    S.E. Bone, M.E. Gonneea, and M.A. Charette,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 40:3273-3278 (2006).

     

     

     

    "Seafood arsenic: Implications for human risk assessment",
    Jonathan Borak and H. Dean Hosgood,
    Regul Toxicol Pharmacol, (November 6) 2006.

    "Arsenic in groundwater of Latin America — A challenge of the 21st century",
    Bundschuh, J., García, M.E. and Bhattacharya, P.,
    Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, (22–25 October) 2006.

    "Access to Drinking-water and Arsenicosis in Bangladesh",
    B.K. Caldwell, W.T. Smith, K. Lokuge, G. Ranmuthugala, K. Dear, A.H. Milton, M.R. Sim, J.C. Ng, S.N. Mitra,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(3):336 - 345 (2006).

    "Simultaneous microbial reduction of iron(III) and arsenic(V) in suspensions of hydrous ferric oxide",
    K.M. Campbell, D. Malasarn, C.W. Saltikov, D.K. Newman, and J.G. Hering,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 40(19): 5950-5 (2006).

    "DNA Hypermethylation of Promoter of Gene p53 and p16 in Arsenic-Exposed People with and without Malignancy",
    Chanda,S., Dasgupta,U.B., GuhaMazumder,D., Gupta,M., Chaudhuri,U., Lahiri,S., Das, S., Ghosh,N., and Chatterjee D.,
    Toxological Science, 89:431-437 (2006).

    "Arsenic exposure from drinking-water and carotid artery intimamedial thickness in healthy young adults in Bangladesh",
    Y. Chen, M.E. Hakim, F. Parvez, T. Islam, A.M. Rahman, and H. Ahsan,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(2): 253-7 (2006).

    "XAS and XMCD evidence for species-dependent partitioning of arsenic during microbial reduction of ferrihydrite to magnetite",
    Coker, V. S. et al., Environ. Sci. Technol., 40:7745-7750 (2006).

    "Spatial and Temporal Variations in Arsenic Exposure via Drinking-water in Northern Argentina",
    Gabriela Concha, Barbro Nermell, Marie Vahter,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(3):317-326 (2006).
     
    "A Novel Arsenate Reductase from the Arsenic Hyperaccumulating Fern Pteris vittata",
    Danielle R. Ellis, Luke Gumaelius, Emily Indriolo, Ingrid J. Pickering, Jo Ann Banksand David E. Salt,
    Plant Physiology, 141:1544-1554 (2006).
     
    "Arsenic Exposure and Its Impact on Health in Chile",
    Catterina Ferreccio, Ana María Sancha,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(2):164 - 175 (2006).

    "Arsenic in Drinking Water and Peripheral Nerve Conduction Velocity among Residents
     of a Chronically Arsenic-affected Area in Inner Mongolia",
    Y. Fujino, X. Guo, K. Shirane, J. Liu, K. Wu, M. Miyatake, Ki. Tanabe, T. Kusuda, and T. Yoshimura,
    Epidemiol, 16(5): 207-213, January 1 (2006).

    "Leaching of arsenic from granular ferric hydroxide residuals under mature landfill conditions",
    A. Ghosh, M. Mukiibi, A.E. Saez, and W.P. Ela,
    Environ Sci Technol., 40(19): 6070-5, October 1 (2006).

    "Assessment of Arsenic Contamination in the Ground Water Sources of Ganga Floodplain of Bhojpur District, Bihar",
    A. Ghosh, S.K. Singh, N. Bose, N. Roy, S.K. Singh, A. Singh, A. Upadhyaya, S. Kumar,
    International Conference on Groundwater for Sustainable Development - Problems, Perspectives and Challenges, (1-4 Feb) 2006.

    "Evaluación de riesgo ambiental por presencia de arsénico en el sector oeste del acuífero Raigón, Departamento de San José, Uruguay",
    Guérèquiz, A.R, Mañay, N., Goso Aguilar, C. and Bundschuh, J.,
    Proceedings of the workshop Arsenic distribution in Iberoamerica, 2006.

    "Association between Multi-level Inorganic Arsenic Exposure from Drinking Water and Skin Lesions in China.",
    X. Guo, Y. Fujino, X. Ye, J. Liu, T. Yoshimura, and J.I. Study Group,
    Int J Environ Res Public Health,  3(3): 262-7, September 1 (2006).

    "Levels of Arsenic in Drinking-water and Cutaneous Lesions in Inner Mongolia",
    Xiaojuan Guo, Zhiyao Liu, Chenping Huang, Lingui You,
    Journal of Health Population Nutrition, 24(2):214 - 220 (2006).

    "Arsenic removal during drinking water treatment.",

    Jekel, M. and Amy, G.L.,
    Interface Science in Drinking Water Treatment —Theory and Application,
    Interface Science and Technology,  10:193–206 (2006).

    "Contrasting effects of dissimilatory iron(III) and arsenic(V) reduction on arsenic retention and transport",
    Kocar, B. D., Herbel, M. J., Tufano, K. J. & Fendorf, S.,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 40:6715-6721 (2006).

    "Arsenic in Drinking-water and Reproductive Health Outcomes:
     A Study of Participants in the Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Programme",
    Richard K. Kwok, Rachel B. Kaufmann, M. Jakariya,
    Journal of Health Population Nutrition, 24(2):190 - 205 (2006).

    "Association of Arsenic-contaminated Drinking-water with Prevalence of Skin Cancer in Wisconsin's Fox River Valley",
    Lynda M. Knobeloch, Kristina M. Zierold, Henry A. Anderson,
    Journal of Health Population Nutrition, 24(2):206- 213 (2006).

    "Prevalence of Arsenicosis in Terai, Nepal",
    Makhan Maharjan, Roshan R. Shrestha, Sk. Akhtar Ahmad, Chiho Watanabe, Ryutaro Ohtsuka,
    Journal of Health Population Nutrition, 24(2):246 - 252 (2006).

    "Water consumption patterns in rural Bangladesh: are we underestimating total arsenic load?",
    Abul Hasnat Milton, Wayne Smith, Habibur Rahman, Rupendra Shrestha and Keith Dear,
    Journal of Water Health, 04:431-436 (2006).

    "Arsenic contamination of irrigation water, soil and crops in Bangladesh:
     risk implications for sustainable agriculture and food safety in Asia",
    Heikens, A., FAO-RAP Publication (2006).

    "Association Between Arsenic Exposure From Drinking Water and Anemia During Pregnancy", 
    Claudia Hopenhayn, Heather M Bush, Alexander Bingcang, and Irva Hertz-Picciotto,
    J Occup Environ Med, 48(6): 635-643, June 1 (2006).

    "Risk Assessment of Arsenic Mitigation Options in Bangladesh"
    Guy Howard, M. Feroze Ahmed, Abu Jafar Shamsuddin, Shamsul Gafur Mahmud, and Daniel Deere,
    Journal of Health Population Nutrition, 24(3):346-355 (2006).

    "Are Million Dollar Arsenic Removal Plants in West Bengal, India: Useful or Not?",
    M.A. Hossain, A. Mukharjee, M.K. Sengupta, S. Ahamed,  B. Das, B. Nayak, A. Pal, M.M. Rahman  and D. Chakraborti, 
    Journal Water Quality Research, 41(2):216–225 (2006).

    "Arsenic Contamination in Food-chain: Transfer of Arsenic into Food Materials through Groundwater Irrigation ",
    S.M. Imamul Huq, J.C. Joardar, S. Parvin, Ray Correll, Ravi Naidu,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(3) :305 - 316 (2006).

    "Removal of arsenic from groundwater by micellar-enhanced ultrafiltration (MEUF).",
    Javed Iqbal, Ho-Jeong Kim, Jung-Seok Yang, Kitae Baek, and Ji-Won Yang,
    Chemosphere, July 31 (2006).

    "Household Pasteurization of Drinking-water: The Chulli Water-treatment System",
    Mohammad Fakhrul Islam, Richard B. Johnston,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(3) :356 - 362 (2006).

    "Arsenic removal during drinking water treatment",
    Jekel, M. and Amy, G.L.,
    Interface Science in Drinking Water Treatment —Theory and Application,
    Interface Science and Technology, 10:193–206 (2006).

    "Reduction in Urinary Arsenic with Bottled-water Intervention",
    A.B. Josyula, H. McClellen, T.A. Hysong, M. Kurzius-Spencer, G. S. Poplin, S. Stürup, J. L. Burgess,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition,  24(3): 298 - 304 (2006).

    "One Solution to the Arsenic Problem: A Return to Surface (Improved Dug) Wells",
    S. A. Joya, G. Mostofa, J. Yousuf, A. Islam, A. Elahi, G. Mahiuddin, M. Rahman, Q. Quamruzzaman and R. Wilson,
    Journal of Health Population and Nutrition, 24(3), (2006).

    "Human health effects from chronic arsenic poisoning-a review",
    S. Kapaj, H. Peterson, K. Liber, and P. Bhattacharya,
    J Environ Sci Health., A Tox Hazard Subst Environ Eng, 41(10): 2399-428, January 1 (2006).

    "Complex Regulation of Arsenite Oxidation in Agrobacterium tumefaciens",
    D. R. Kashyap, L. M. Botero, W. L. Franck, D. J. Hassett and T. R. McDermott,
    Journal of Bacteriology, 188(3):1081-1088 (2006).

    "Groundwater dynamics and arsenic mobilization in Bangladesh assessed using noble gases and tritium.",
    S. Klump, R. Kipfer, O.A. Cirpka, C.F. Harvey, M.S. Brennwald, K.N. Ashfaque, A.B. Badruzzaman, S.J. Hug, and D.M. Imboden,
    Environmental  Science and Technology, 40(1): 243-50 (2006).

    "Groundwater dynamics and arsenic mobilization in Bangladesh assessed using noble gases and tritium.",
    Klump, S. et al. , Environmental Science and Technology, 40:43-250 (2006).

    "Dissimilatory Arsenate and Sulfate Reduction in Sediments of Two Hypersaline, Arsenic-Rich Soda Lakes: Mono and Searles Lakes",
    T.R. Kulp, S.E. Hoeft, L.G. Miller, C. Saltikov, J.N. Murphy, S. Han, B. Lanoil and R.S. Oremland,
    California Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 72(10):6514-6526, October (2006).

    "Arsenic cancer risk confounder in southwest Taiwan data set",
    S.H. Lamm, A. Engel, C.A. Penn, R. Chen, and M. Feinleib,
    Environ Health Perspect, 114(7): 1077-82, July 1 (2006).

    "Current Status and Prevention Strategy for Coal-arsenic Poisoning in Guizhou, China",
    Dasheng Li, Dong An, Yunsu Zhou, Jie Liu, Michael P. Waalkes,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(3):273 - 276 (2006).

    "Mapping of spatial multi-scale sources of arsenic variation in groundwater on ChiaNan floodplain of Taiwan",
    Yun-Bin Lin , Yu-Pin Lin, Chen-Wuing Liu, Yih-Chi Tan,
    Science of the Total Environment, 370:168–181 (2006).

    "Arsenic in groundwater in the southwestern Part of the Río Dulce alluvial cone, Santiago del Estero Province, Argentina",
    Lindbäck, K. and Sjölin, A.M., Department of Land and Water Resources Engineering KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, 2006.

    "Prevalence of arsenic-related skin lesions in 53 widely-scattered villages of Bangladesh: an ecological survey",
    Corbett  McDonald, R. Hoque, N. Huda, and N. Cherry,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(2): 228-35. (2006).

    "Codeposition of organic carbon and arsenic in Bengal Delta aquifers",
    A.A. Meharg, C. Scrimgeour, S.A. Hossain, K. Fuller, K. Cruickshank, P.N. Williams, and D.G. Kinniburgh,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 40 (16): 4928-35, August 15 (2006).

    "Arsenic Contamination in Groundwater: A Global Perspective with Emphasis on the Asian Scenario",
    A. Mukherjee, M.K. Sengupta, M.A. Hossain, S. Ahamed, B. Das, B. Nayak, D. Lodh, M. M. Rahman, D. Chakraborti, 
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(2):142 - 163 (2006). 

    "Regional-scale stable isotopic signatures of recharge and deep groundwater in the arsenic affected areas of West Bengal, India",
    A. Mukherjee, A.E. Fryara and H.D. Rowea, Journal of Hydrology, 2006.

    "Development and Dissemination of KanchanTM Arsenic Filter in Rural Nepal",
    Ngai, T., Murcott, S., Shrestha, R.R., Dangol, B., Maharjan, M., 
    Water, Science & Technology,  6(3):137-146 (2006).

    "Responses of 6500 households to arsenic mitigation in Araihazar, Bangladesh",
    Alisa Opar, Alex Pfaff, A.A. Seddique, K.M. Ahmed, J.H. Graziano, and A. van Geen,
    Health Place, January 6 (2006).

    "Neurosensory effects of chronic exposure to arsenic via drinking water in Inner Mongolia: II. Vibrotactile and visual function",
    D. Otto, L. He, Y. Xia, Y. Li, K. Wu, Z. Ning, B. Zhao, H.K. Hudnell, R. Kwok, J. Mumford, A. Geller, and T. Wade,
    Journal of Water Health,
    4(1): 39-48 (2006).

    "Arsenic contamination in the Kanker district of central-east India:geology and health effects",
    P.K. Pandey, R. Sharma, M. Roy, S. Roy and M. Pandey, 
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health,  28:409-420 (2006).

    "International research on Arsenic contamination and Health",
    Mahfuzar Rahman, Editorial,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(2):123-128, June (2006).

    "Arsenic Exposure and Age- and Sex-Specific Risk for Skin Lesions:A Population-Based Case–Referent Study in Bangladesh",
    Environ Health Perspect, 114:1847- ­1852 (2006).

    "Phytoextraction and phytofiltration of arsenic",
    M.A. Rozas, I. Alkorta, and C. Garbisu,
    Review Environ Health, 21(1): 43-56 (2006).

    "Review of Coagulation Technology for Removal of Arsenic: Case of Chile",
    Ana María Sancha,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(3):267 - 272 (2006).

    "Seasonal Variation of Arsenic Concentrations in Tubewells in West Bengal, India",
    Xavier Savarimuthu et al.,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(3):277 - 281 (2006).

    "Distribution and nature of arsenic along former railway corridors of South Australia",
    Smith, E., Smith, J., & Naidu, R.,
    Science of Total Environment, 363:175–182 (2006).

    "Arsenic methylation and bladder cancer risk in case-control studies in Argentina and the United States",
    Steinmaus, C., Bates, M.N., Yuan, Y., Kalman, D., Atallah, R., Rey, O.A., et al.,
    Journal of Occup Environ Med., 48:478–488 (2006).

    "Evaluation of two new arsenic field test kits capable of detecting arsenic water concentrations close to 10 μg/l",
    Steinmaus, C. M., George, C. M., Kalman, D. A., and Smith, A. H.,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 40:3363–3366 (2006).

    “Gendered Waters, Poisoned Wells: Political Ecology of the Arsenic Crisis in Bangladesh”,
    Sultana, Farhana,
    In Fluid Bonds: Views on Gender and Water, India, p. 362-386 (2006).

    "Current Research Problems of Chronic Arsenicosis in China",
    Guifan Sun, Xin Li, Jingbo Pi, Yang Sun, Bing Li, Yaping Jin, Yuanyuan Xu,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(2):176 - 181 (2006).

    "Association between Chronic Exposure to Arsenic and Slow Nerve Conduction Velocity among Adolescents in Taiwan",
    Hung-Pin Tseng, Yuan-Hung Wang, Meei-Maan Wu, Hee-Wen The, Hung-Yi Chiou, Chien-Jen Chen,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(2): 182 - 189 (2006).

    "Arsenic exposure in pregnancy: a population-based study in Matlab, Bangladesh",
    M.E. Vahter, L. Li, B. Nermell, A. Rahman, S. El Arifeen, M. Rahman, L.A. Persson, and E.C. Ekstrom,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, 24(2): 236-45 (2006).

    "Arsenic-induced toxicity: effect on protein composition in sciatic nerve",
    Vahidnia, A., Romijn, F., Tiller, M., et al.,
    Human and Experimental Toxicology, 25: 667 - 674 (2006).

    "Arsenic Mitigation Pilot Project: Bacteriological Field Test Report,  Dhalipara & Doazipara of Muradpur Union in Sitakunda",
    Village Education Resource Center (VERC),  Dhaka-1340, Bangladesh (2006).

    "Urogenital Carcinogenesis in Female CD1 Mice Induced by In Utero Arsenic Exposure
      is Exacerbated by Postnatal Diethylstilbestrol Treatment"
    ,

    Waalkes, M. P., J. Liu, J. Ward, D. Powell, and B. Diwan,
    Cancer Research, 66:1337-1345 (2006)
    .

    "Drinking water consumption patterns in Sweden",
    Therese Westrell, Yvonne Andersson and Thor Axel Stenstram,
    Journal of Water Health, 04:511-522 (2006).

    "Increase in Rice Grain Arsenic for Regions of Bangladesh Irrigating Paddies with Elevated Arsenic in Groundwaters",
    P. N. Williams, M.R. Islam, E. E. Adomako, A. Raab, S. A. Hossain, Y. G. Zhu, J. Feldmann, and A. A. Meharg,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 40(16):4903 - 4908 (2006).

    "Arsenic carcinogenesis in the skin",
    Yu, H.S., Liao, W.T., Chai, C.Y., 
    Journal of Biomedical Science, 13:657–666 (2006).

    "Arsenic on the hands of children and reply to comment",
    Comment by J.C Kisel,
    Environ Health Perspect., 113(6):A364 (2005).





    2005  top



    "Geological and geochemical examination of arsenic contamination in groundwater in the Holocene Terai Basin, Nepal",
    Jaya K. Gurung, Hiroaki Ishiga,Mohan S. Khadka,
    Environmental Geology, 49:98–113 (2005).

    "Commonalities in metabolism of arsenicals",
    Adair, B., Waters, S., Devesa,V., Drobna Zuzana, Styvblo, M., Thomas, D.,
    Environmental Chemistry, 2:161-166 (2005).

    "Value of arsenic-free drinking water to rural households in Bangladesh",
    Ahmad, B. Goldar, and S. Misra, 
    Journal Environ Manage, 74(2): 173-8 (2005).

    "Epidemiological status and countermeasures of endemic arsenicosis of Guizhou Province [in Chinese]",
     An, D., Li, D., Chinese Journal of Endemiology, 24:214-216 (2005).
     
     "Ineffectiveness and Poor Reliability of Arsenic Removal Plants in West Bengal, India",
    Hossain M.A., Sengupta M.K., Ahamed S., Rahman M.M., Mondal D., Lodh D., Das B., Nayak B., Roy B.K., Mukherjee A., Chakraborti D.,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 39(11):4300-6 (2005).

    "Molecular events associated with arsenic-induced malignant transformation of human prostatic epithelial cells:
    abeirant genomic DNA methylation and K-ras oncogene activation",
    Benbrahim-Tallaa, L., Waterland, R.S., Styblo, M., Achanzar, W.E., Webber, M.M., and Waalkes, M.P.,
    Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol., 206:288-298 (2005).

    "Distribution and mobility of arsenic in the Rio Dulce alluvial aquifers in Santiago del Estero Province, Argentina",
    Prosun Bhattacharya et al.,
    Science of The Total Environment, Article in Press (2005).

    "Natural Arsenic in Groundwater, Occurrence, Remediation and Management",
    In Bundschuh, J., Bhattacharya, P. & Chandrashekharam, D. (Eds.),
    A.A. Balkema Publishers, Taylor and Francis Group, London, 319-330 (2005).

    "Arsenate adsorption structures on aluminum oxide and phyllosilicate mineral surfaces in smelter-impacted soils",
    B.T. Beaulieu and K.S. Savage,  
    Environ Sci Technol,  39(10): 3571-9 (2005).

     

    "Exposure to inorganic arsenic in drinking water and total urinary arsenic concentration in a Chilean population",
    Cáceres, D.D., Pino, P., Montesinos, N., Atalah, E., Amigo, H. and Loomis, D.,
    Environmental Research, 98(2):151–159 (2005).

     

     

    "Riddle of arsenic in groundwater of Bengal Delta Plain:  role of non-inland source and redox traps",
    D. Chatterjee, R.K. Roy and B.B. Basu,
    Environmental Geology, 15, September (2005).

    "Effects of arsenic and UVB on normal human cultured keratinocytes:
     Impact on apoptosis and implication on photocarcinogenesis",
    Chen, P-H, Lan, C-CE, Chiou, M-H, Hsieh, M-C, a d Chen, G-S, 
    Chemical Research Toxicology, 18:139-144 (2005).

    "Blackfoot Disease and Arsenic: A Never-Ending Story.",
    Chin-Hsiao Tseng,
    Jounal of Environmental Science and Health Part C, Environmental Carcinogenic Ecotoxicol Review, 23(1): 55-74 (2005).

     

    "Arsenic Removal Using Polymer-Supported Hydrated Iron(III) Oxide Nanoparticles: Role of Donnan Membrane Effect.",
    L. Cumbal and A.K. SenGupta, 
    Environ. Sci. Technol., 39:6508-6515 (2005).
    
    "Interaction of arsenic with zinc and organics in a rice (Oryza sativa L.)--cultivated field in India." ,
    D.K. Das, T.K. Garai, S. Sarkar, and Pur,
    Scientific World Journal, 5: 646-51 (2005).

    "Diabetogenic effects and pancreatic oxidative damage in rats subcronically exposed to arsenite",
    Del Razo, L., De Vizcaya, R., Izquierdo, V., Sanchez, P. and Soto, C.,
    Toxicology Letters, 160:135–142 (2005).

     

    "Development of arsenic testing field kit—a tool for rapid on-site screening of arsenic contaminated water sources",
    Deshpande, L. S., & Pande, S. P.,
    Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 101:93–101 (2005).

     


    "Decrements in lung function related to arsenic in drinking water in West Bengal, India",
    S. von Ehrenstein et al., Am. J. Epidemiol., August (2005).

    "Unexpected beneficial effects of arsenic on corn oots grown in culture",
    Evans, G., Evans, J., Redman, A., Johnson, N., Foust, R., Env Chem, 167-170 (2005).

    "Current perspectives in arsenic environmental and biological research",
    Francesconi, K.,  Env. Chem,  2:141-145 (2005).

    "Folate, homocysteine, and arsenic metabolism in arsenic-exposed individuals in Bangladesh" ,
    M.V. Gamble, X. Liu, H. Ahsan, R. Pilsner, V. Ilievski, V. Slavkovich, F. Parvez, D. Levy, P. Factor-Litvak, and J.H. Graziano,
    Environ Health Perspect, 113(12): 1683-8 (2005).

    "Reliability of a commercial kit to test groundwater for arsenic in Bangladesh",
    A. Van Geen, Z. Cheng, A.A. Seddique, M.A. Hoque, A. Gelman, J.H. Graziano, H. Ahsan, F. Parvez, and K.M. Ahmed,  
    Environ Sci Technol,  39(1): 299-303, January 1 (2005). (Comment by Mukherjee et al. and response)

    "Cytogenetic damage and genetic variants in the individuals susceptible to arsenic-induced cancer through drinking water",
    P. Ghosh, A. Basu, J. Mahata, S. Basu, M. Sengupta, J.K. Das, A. Mukherjee, A.K. Sarkar, L. Mondal, K. Ray, and A.K. Giri,
    International Journal of Cancer, December 13 (2005).

    "Reducing Arsenic Exposure from Drinking Water:  Different Settings call for Different Approaches",
    Graziano, J.H, and A. Van Geen, 
    Environmental Health  Perspectives, 113(6): A360-A361 (2005). (editorial)

    "Occurence and fate of arsenic in the hydrogeological systems of Nigeria",
    Gbadebo, A.M., Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 37:7, p. 375 (2005).

    "Collection of depth-specific groundwater samples from an arsenic contaminated aquifer in West Bengal,India",
    Saumyen Guha, B.C.Raymahashay, Amlan Banerjee, S.K. Acharyya and Anirban Gupta,
    Env. Eng. Science, 22(5):870-881 (2005).

    "Groundwater Arsenic Contamination on the Ganges Delta:
     Biogeochemistry, Hydrology, Human Perturbations, and Human Suffering on a Large Scale",
    Harvey, C. F., et al., Comptes-Rendus: Geoscience, 337(1-2): 285-296 (2005).

    "Arsenic. Its Biogeochemistry and Transport in Groundwater",
    Harvey, C.F., and R. Beckie,
    Biogeochemical Cycles of the Elements, 43 (2005).

    "Association between arsenic exposure and a measure of subclinical sensory neuropathy in Bangladesh",
    D.M. Hafeman, H. Ahsan, E.D. Louis, A.B. Siddique, V. Slavkovich, Z. Cheng, A. van Geen, and J.H. Graziano,
    Journal of Occup Environ Med., 47(8): 778-784 (2005).

    "Social implications of arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh",
    M. Manzurul Hassan, Peter J. Atkins, and Christine E. Dunn,
    Social Science and Medicine, 61:2201–2211 (2005).

    "Arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh: spatial mitigation planning with GIS and public participation",
    M.M. Hassan, Health Policy, 74(3): 247-260 (2005).

    "Ineffectiveness and Poor Reliability of Arsenic Removal Plants in West Bengal, India",
    M. Amir Hossain et al.,
    Environmental Science and Technology,  39:4300-4306 (2005).
     
    "Manifestation of arsenicosis patients and factors determining the duration of arsenic symptoms in Bangladesh", 
    M.K. Hossain, M.M. Khan, M.A. Alam, A.K. Chowdhury, M. Delwar Hossain,
    M. Feroze Ahmed, K. Kobayashi, F. Sakauchi, and M. Mori,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 208(1):78-86 (2005).

    "Elemental composition of Jamaican foods 1: A survey of five food crop categories",
    A. Howe, L.H. Fung, G. Lalor, R. Rattray and M. Vutchkov,
    Environ. Geochem. Health., 27:19-30 (2005).

    "Sustainable safe water option  in Bangladesh. Experiences in Bangladesh",
    Jakariya, M., et al., Natural Arsenic in Groundwater, Occurrence, Remediation and Management, pp. 319-330 (2005).

     

    "Remediation of arsenic-contaminated soils and washing effluents",
    M. Jang, J.S. Hwang, S.I. Choi, and J.K. Park,
    Chemosphere, 60(3): 344-54, July 1 (2005).

    "Arsenic and other drinking water quality issues, Muzaffargarh District, Pakistan",
    Nickson, R.T., McArthur, J.M., Shrestha, B., Kyaw-Myint, T.O. and D. Lowry,
    Appl. Geochem., 20:55–68 (2005).

    "Arsenic in groundwater of the Bengal Basin, Bangladesh: Distribution, field relations, and hydrogeological setting",
    Ravenscroft P., Burgess W. G., Ahmed K. M., Burren M., and Perrin, J.,
    Hydrogeology Journal, 13(5-6): 727-751 (2005).

    "Essentials of medical geology: Impacts of the natural environment on public health",
    Dlle Selinus, Brian Alloway, Jose A .Centeno, Robert B. Finkelman, Ron Fuge, Ulf Lindh and Pauline Smedley,
    Elsevier Academic Press, (2005). (ISBN 0-12-636341-2)

    "KanchanTM Arsenic Filter: Removal of Bacteria (Total Coliforms) of Gem505 Model, 4-weeks Daily Study",
    Sharma D., BSc Thesis, Kathmandu University, July (2005).

    "Arsenic-induced micronuclei formation in Mammalian cells and its counteraction by tea",  
    Sinha, D., Roy, M., Siddiqi, M., Bhattacharya,
    J Environ Pathol Toxicol Oncol., 24(1):45-56 (2005).

     

    "Arsenic associations in sediments from the loess aquifer of La Pampa, Argentina",
    Smedley, P.L., Kinniburgh, D.G., Macdonald, D.M.J., Nicolli, H.B., Barros, A.J., Tullio, J.O., Pearce, J.M. and Alonso, M.S., 
    Appl. Geochem., 20:989–1016 (2005).

     


    "Arsenic in groundwaters of the Lower Mekong",
    Gordon Stanger, To Van Truong, K. S. Le Thi My Ngoc, T.V. Luyen, and Tuyen Tran. Thanh,  
    Environ Geochem Health, 27(4): 341-357 (2005).

    "Disminucion del contenido de arsenico en el agua mediante el uso de material geologico natural",
    Storniolo, A., Martín, R., Thir, M., Cortes, J., Ramirez, A., Mellano, F., Bundschuh, J. and Bhattacharya, P.,
    Arsénico en aguas: origen, movilidad y tratamiento. Taller. II Seminario Hispano-Latinoamericano sobre temas actuales de hidrología subterránea - IV Congreso Hidrogeológico Argentino. Río Cuarto, 25-28 octubre (2005).

    "Combined effects of gamma radiation and arsenite on the proteome of human TK6 lymphoblastoid cell",
    Soile Tapio, Mutation Research, 581(1-2):141-52, Mar 7 (2005).
     
    "Arsenic-induced skin conditions identified in southwest dermatology  practices: An epidemiological tool",
    Tollestrup, K., F.J. Frost, M. Cristiaani, G.P. McMillan, R.L. Calderon and R.S. Padilla,
    Environ Geochem Health, 27:47-53 (2005). 

    "Vitamin E and organoselenium prevent the cocarcinogenic activity of arsenite with solar UV in mouse skin",
    Ahmed N. Uddin , Fredric J. Burns , and Toby G. Rossman,
    Carcinogenesis Advance Access published online on July 13, 2005.

    "Effects of co-administration of antioxidants and arsenicals on the rat urinary bladder epithelium",
    Wei, M, L. Arnold, M. Cano and S.M. Cohen,
    Toxicol Science, 83:237-245 (2005).


    "World Bank of Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater in South and East Asian Countries:
    Towards a More Effective Operational Response (April 2005)".
     
     
    Volume I: Policy Report  Full Report (1,038kb pdf)
    Volume II: Technical Report  Full Report  (2,879kb pdf)
    Paper 1: Arsenic Occurence in Groundwater in South and East Asia -- Scale, Causes, and Mititgation (715kb)
    Paper 2: An Overview of Current Operational Responses to the Arsenic Issue in South and East Asia  (413kb)
    Paper 3: Arsenic Mitigation Technologies in South and East Asia (345kb)
    Paper 4: The Economics of Arsenic Mitigation (335kb)

     

    "Slow Adsorption Reaction between Arsenic Species and Goethite (alpha-FeOOH):Diffusion or Heterogeneous Surface",
    J. Zhang and R. Stanforth Langmuir,
    Reaction Control., 21(7): 2895-901, March 29 (2005).

    "Geochemical and hydrogeological contrasts between shallow and deeper aquifers
     in two villages of Araihazar, Bangladesh: Implications for deeper aquifers as drinking water sources",
    Y. Zheng et al., Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, (2005).

    "Prevalence of chronic diseases in adults exposed to arsenic-contaminated drinking water",
    Zierold, K.M., L. Knobelock and H. Anderson,
    Am J Publ Hlth, 94:1936-1937 (2005).

    "Recent advances in the bioremediation of arsenic-contaminated groundwaters",
    A.I. Zouboulis and I.A. Katsoyiannis,   
    Environ Int, 31(2): 213-9, February 1 (2005).

    "Arsenic concentration in water and bovine milk in Cordoba, Argentina. Preliminary results",
    Alejo Pe´rez-Carrera and Alicia Ferna´ndez-Cirelli,
    Journal of Dairy Research, 72:122-124 (2005).


    "Removal of copper, chromium, and arsenic from CCA-treated wood onto chitin and chitosan",  
    Kartal, S.N., and Y. Imamura,
    Bioresour. Tecnol., 96(3): 389-92, Feb 1 (2005).

    "Accumulation of arsenic in Lemna gibba L. (duckweed) in tailing waters of
      two abandoned uranium mining sites in Saxony, Germany",
    M. Mkandawire and E.G. Dudel, 
    Sci Total Environ, 336: 81-89, (2005).




    2004  top


    J.M McArthura, D.M Banerjeeb, K.A Hudson-Edwardsc, R Mishrab, R Purohitb, P Ravenscroftd,
    A Cronine, R.J Howartha, A Chatterjeef, T Talukderf, D Lowryg, S Houghtona, D.K Chadha,
    Natural organic matter in sedimentary basins and its relation to arsenic in anoxic ground water:
    the example of West Bengal and its worldwide implications,
    Applied Geochemistry, 19(8):1255-1293, August (2004). doi:10.1016/j.apgeochem.2004.02.001.

    Christopher H. Swartz, Nicole Keon Blute, Borhan Badruzzman, Ashraf Ali, Daniel Brabander,
    Jenny Jay, James Besancon, Shafiqul Islam, Harold F. Hemond, Charles F. Harvey,
    Mobility of arsenic in a Bangladesh aquifer: Inferences from geochemical profiles, leaching data, and mineralogical characterization,
    Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68(22): 4539-4557, 15 November (2004).  doi:10.1016/j.gca.2004.04.02

    "Study on the geochemistry of arsenic in coal",
    Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Neimongol, 35(3):348-354 (2004). (in Chinese)

    "Association between nutritional status and arsenicosis due to chronic arsenic exposure in Bangladesh",
    Abul Hasnat Milton, Ziaual Hasan, S.M. Shahidullha, Sinthia Sharmin, M.D. Jakatiya, Mahfuzar Rahman, Keith Dear and Wayne Smith,
    International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 14(2): 99-108 (2004).

     

    "Soil pollution by a pyrite mine spill in Spain: evolution in time",
    J. Aguilar, C. Dorronsoro, E. Fernandez, J. Fernandez, I. Garcia, F. Martin, and M. Simon,
    Environ Pollut., 132(3): 395-401 (2004).

    "Effect of acute exposure to arsenic on formalin-induced nociception andtramadol-mediated antinociception in mice",
    P. Aguirre-Banuelos, C. Escudero- Lourdes, L. Carrizales, F. Diaz-Barriga, and J. Perez-Urizar, 
    Proc West Pharmacol Soc, 47: 113-6, January 1 (2004).

    "Plants against the global epidemic of arsenic poisoning.",
    Alkorta, I., J. Hernandez-Allica, and C. Garbisu, 
    Environ Int,  30(7): 949-51, September 1 (2004).

    "Mineralogical and geomicrobiological investigations on groundwater arsenic enrichment in Bangladesh.",
    Akai,  J., Kaoru Izumi, Haruo Fukuhara, Harue Masuda, Satoshi Nakano,  Takahisa Yoshimura,
    Hiroaki Ohfuji, Hossain Md Anawar and Kurumi Akai,

    Applied  Geochemistry, 19(2): 163-260,215-230, February (2004).

    "Immunohistochemical analysis of oxidative DNA damage in arsenic-related human skin samples from arsenic-contaminated area of China"
    An, Y., Z. Gao, Z. Wang, S. Yang, J. Liang, Y. Feng, K. Kato, M. Nakano, S. Okada, and K. Yamanaka, 
    Cancer Letter (2004).

    "Acidification of groundwater caused by a falling water table in a sandy aquifer in the Perth Region, Western Australia.",
    Troy J.F. Cook, Ron Watkins, Steve Appleyard, and Ryan J. Vogwill,
    Australian Journal of Soil Research, 42:579-585 (2004).

    "Contribución al estudio de cinco zonas contaminadas naturalmente por arsénico en Nicaragua",
    Barragne, P.,
    UNICEF, Managua, Nicaragua, 2004.

    "Micronuclei as Biomarkers of Carcinogen Exposure in Populations Exposed to Arsenic Through Drinking Water
      in West Bengal, India: A Comparative Study in Three Cell Types",

    Basu, A., P. Ghosh, J. K. Das, A. Banerjee, K. Ray, and A. K. Giri, 
    Cancer Epidemiol. Biomarkers Prev., 13:820-827 (2004).

    "Case-control study of bladder cancer and exposure to arsenic in Argentina",
    Bates M.N., Rey O.A., Biggs M.L., et al.,
    Am. J. Epidemio1., 159: 381-9 (2004).

    "Arsenic Contamination of Ground and Drinking Water in Vietnam: A Human Health Threat",
    Berg, M., H. C. Tran, T. C. Nguyen, H. V. Pham, R. Schertenleib, and W. Giger,
    Environ. Sci Technol., 35:2621-2626 (2001).

    "Drug uptake and modulation of drug sensitivity in leukemia by AQP9.",
    Bhattacharjee, H., Carbrey, J., Rosen, B.P. and Mukhopadhyay, R.,
    Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 322:836-841 (2004).

    "Arsenic in Groundwater of Sedimentary Aquifers",
    Bhattacharya, P., A. H. Welch, K. M. Ahmed, G. Jacks and R. Naidu  (Eds.) ,
    Applied Geochemistry, 19(2):163-260, February (2004).

    "Arsenic removal from drinking water.",
    Bianchelli, T., Nova Science Pub. Inc., (2004).

    "Arsenic sequestration by ferric iron plaque on cattail roots.", 
    Blute N.K., Brabander D.J., Hemond H.F., Sutton S.R., Newville M.G., Rivers M.L.,  
    Environ Sci Technol., 38(22):6074-7, Nov 15 (2004).

    "Arsenic at very low concentrations alters glucocorticoid recepter (GR)-mediated gene activation
     but not GRmediated gene repression: complex dose-response effects are closely correlated with levels of
     activated GR and require a functional GR DNA binding domain.",
    Bodwell, J.E., Kigsley, L.A., and Hamilton, J.W.,
    Chem. Res. Toxicol., 17: 1064- 1076 (2004).

    "Epidemiology of environmental and occupational cancer",
    Boffetta, P., Oncogene, 23(38): 6392-403, August 23 (2004).

    "Arsenic exposure exacerbates atherosclerotic plaque formation and increases nitrotyrosine and leukotriene biosynthesis.", 
    M. Bunderson, D.M. Brooks, D.L. Walker, M.E. Rosenfeld, J.D. Coffin, and H.D. Beall,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 201: 32-39 (2004).

    "Groundwater arsenic in the Chaco-Pampean Plain, Argentina: case  study from Robles county, Santiago del Estero Province",
    Bundschuh, J.,  B. Farias, R. Martin, A. Storniolo, P. Bhattacharya, J.  Cortes, G. Bonorino and R. Albouy, 
    Applied  Geochemistry, 19(2):163-260, 231-243, February (2004).

    "Arsenic induced enhancement of W R carcinogenesis in mouse skin: a dose-response",
    Burns, F.J., Uddin, A.N.k, Wu, F., Nadas, A. and Rossman, T.G.,
    Environ.Health Perspect., 112:599-603 (2004).

    "The Role of Thiol Species in the Hypertolerance of Aspergillus sp. P37 to Arsenic.",
    D. Canovas, R. Vooijs, H. Schat, and V. de Lorenzo,  
    J. Biol. Chem., 279:51234-51240 (2004).

     

     
    "Effects of compost and phosphate on plant arsenic accumulation from soils near pressure-treated wood",
    Cao X., and L.Q. Ma, 
    Environ Pollut., 132(3): 435-42, December 1 (2004).

    "Groundwater arsenic contamination and its health effects in the Ganga-Meghna-Brahmaputra plain.",
    Chakraborti, D., M.K. Sengupta, M.M. Rahman, S. Ahamed, U.K. Chowdhury, M.A. Hossain,
    S.C. Mukherjee, S. Pati, K.C. Saha, R.N. Dutta, and Q. Quamruzzaman,   
    J. Environ. Monit., 6(6): 74N-83N, June 1 (2004).

    "Chronic inorganic arsenic exposure induces hepatic global and individual gene hypomethylation:
     implications for arsenic hepatocarcinogenesis",
    Chen , S. F. Li , J.Liu , J., B. A. Diwan , C. Barrett , and M. P. Waalkes.   
    Carcinogenesis, 25(9):1779-1786 (2004).

    "Ingested arsenic, cigarette smoking, and lung cancer risk: a follow-up study in arseniasis-endemic areas in Taiwan.",
    Chen C.L., Hsu L.I., Chiou H.Y., et al., JAMA, 292: 2984-90 (2004).

    "Association of chromosomeal alterations with arsenite-induced tumorigenicity of human HaCaT keratinocytes in nude mice",
    Chien, C-W, Chiang, M-C, Ho, I-C, and Lee, T-C,
    Environ. Health Perspect., 112: 1704-1710 (2004).

    "Chronic inorganic arsenic exposure induces hepatic global and individual gene hypomethylation;
     Implications for arsenic hepatocarcinogenesis",
    Chen, H., Li, S., Liu, J., Diwan, B.A, Bmett, J.C., Waalkes, M.P.,
    Carcinogenesis, 25:1779-1786 (2004).

    "Cancer Burden From Arsenic in Drinking Water in Bangladesh",
    Chen, Y., and H. Ahsan,    
    American Journal of Public Health, 94(5):741-744, May (2004).

    "Performance of a household-Level Arsenic removal System during 4 months Deployment in Bangladesh",
    Cheng Z., Van Geen, A, Chuangyong, J., Meng, X., Siddique A., Ahmed K.M. and Ahmed K.M.,
    Environ. Sci. Tech.,  38:3442-3448 (2004). (Comment by Mukherjee et al. andresponse)

    "Association of chromosomal alterations with arsenite-induced tumorigenicity of human HaCaT keratinocytes in nude mice",
    Chien, C-W, et al.,
    Environ. Health. Perspect., 112(17):1704-1710 (2004).

    "Lung cancer mortality reduction after installation of tap-water supply system in an arseniasis-endemic area in Southwestern Taiwan",
    Chiu H.F., Ho S.C., Yang C.Y.,  
    Lung Cancer., 46(3):265-70, Dec (2004).

    "UN Millennium Project's Task Force on Child and Maternal Health: Arsenic in Bangladesh",
    Chowdhury A.M.,  Sci Am., 291(2):86-91 (2004).  (Comment by Amitava Mukherjee and Dipankar Chakraborti)



     
    "Is arsenic metabolism in exposed populations influenced by selenium? ",
    Christian, J. and Hopenhayn, C.M.,
    Epidemiology, 15(4):S107–S107 (2004).

    "Existing and Prospective Sorption Technologies for the Removal of Arsenic in Water",
    Dambies, L., Separation Science and Technology, 39(3): 603-627 (2004).

    "Immobilized N-Methyl-D-glucamine as an Arsenate-Selective Resin ",
    Dambies, L., R Salinaro and S. Alexandratos,
    Environ. Sci. Technol., 38:6139-6146 (2004).

    "Sorption materials for arsenic removal from water: a comparative study",
    Daus, B., R. Wennrich, and H. Weiss, 
    Water Research, 38 (12): 2948-54, July 1 (2004).

    "An evaluation of arsenic release from monolithic solids using a modified semi-dynamic leaching test",  
    Dermatas, D., D.H. Moon, N. Menounou, X. Meng, and R. Hires,  
    J Hazard Mater., 116: 25-38 (2004).

    "A rapid colorimetric method for measuring arsenic concentrations in groundwater",
    R.K. Dhar, Y. Zheng , J. Rubenstone, and A. van Geen,
    Analytical Chemical Acta., 526: 203–209 (2004).
     
    "Interindividual variation in the metabolism of arsenic in cultured primary human hepatocytes",
    Drobna Z., Waters S.B., Walton F.S., Lecluyse E.L., Thomas D.J., Styblo M.,  
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 201(2):166-77, Dec 1 (2004).

    "Groundwater arsenic in the Verde Valley in central Arizona, USA",
    Foust, R.D. Jr., P. Mohapatra, A. -M. Compton-O'Brien and J. Reifel, 
    Applied Geochemistry, 19(2), 163-260, 251-255, February (2004). 

    "Toenail Arsenic Content and Cutaneous Melanoma in Iowa",
    Freeman, L.F.B.,  L. K. Dennis, C.  F. Lynch, P. S. Thorne, and C. L. Just,
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 160(7):679- 687 (2004).

    "Mental health burden amongst inhabitants of an arsenic-affected area in Inner Mongolia, China",
    Fujino, Y., X. Guo, J. Liu, L. You, M. Miyatake, T. Yoshimura, and Japan Inner Mongolia Arsenic Pollution (JIAMP) Study Group,   
    Soc Sci Med, 59(9): 1969-73, November 1 (2004).

    "Preservation of As(III) and As(V) in drinking water supply samples from across the United States
     using EDTA and acetic acid as a means of minimizing iron-arsenic coprecipitation.",
    Gallagher, P.A.,  C.A. Schwegel, A. Parks, B.M. Gamble, L. Wymer, and J.T. Creed,
    Environ Sci Technol, 38(10): 2919-27, May 15 (2004).

    "Preservation strategies for inorganic arsenic species in high iron, low-Ehgroundwater from West Bengal, India",
    A.G. Gault, J. Jana, S. Chakraborty, P. Mukherjee, M. Sarkar, B. Nath, D.A. Polya, and D. Chatterjee,  
    Anal Bioanal Chem., (2004).

    "Testing groundwater for arsenic in Bangladesh before installing a well.",
    A. van Geen, T. Protus, Z. Cheng, A. Horneman, A.A. Seddique, M.A. Hoque, and K.M. Ahmed,
    Environ Sci Technol, 38(24): 6783-9, December 15 (2004).
     
    "Direct data manipulation for local decision analysis as applied to the problem of arsenic in drinking water from tube wells in Bangladesh",
    A. Gelman, M. Trevisani, H. Lu, and A. van Geen,
    Risk Analysis, 24(6): 1597-612, December 1 (2004).

    "Molecular remission with arsenic trioxide in patients with newly diagnosed acute promyelocytic leukemia",
    George, B., L. Mathews, P. Balasubramanian, R.V. Shaji, A. Srivastava, and M. Chandy,
    Haematologia., 89(10):1266-7 (2004).

    "Drug uptake and modulation of drug resistance in Leishmania by an aquaglyceroporin.",
    Gourbal, B., Sonuc, N., Bhattacharjee, H., Legare, D., Sundar, S., Ouellette, M., Rosen, B.P. and Mukhopadhyay, R.,
     J. Biol. Chem., 279: 31010-31017 (2004).

    "A preliminary geochemical map for arsenic in surficial materials of  Canada and the United States",
    Grosz, A.E., Jeffrey N. Grossman, Robert Garrett, Peter Friske, David B. Smith, Arthur G. Darnley and Eric Vowinkel,  
    Applied Geochemistry, 19(2), 163- 260, 257-260, February (2004).

    "Cell Type Specificicity of Lung Cancer Associated with Arsenic Ingestion",
    Guo, H.R, N.S. Aang, H. Hu, and R.R. Monson, 
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 13(4),638-643 (2004). 

    "Arsenicosis in Bangladesh: prevalence and socio-economic correlates.",
    Hadi, A,and R Parveen, 
    Public Health,  118(8): 559-64 (2004).

    "Review of: Arsenic in Groundwater, Geochemistry and Occurrence,"
    Harvey, C. F., Ground Water, March/April (2004).

    "Integrating phenotypic and expression profiles to map arsenic-response networks"
    Haugen A.C., Kelley R., Collins J.B., Tucker C.J., Deng C., Afshari C.A., Brown J.M., Ideker T., Van Houten B.,  
    Genome Biol., 5(12):R95, Nov 29 (2004).

    "A new metabolic pathway of arsenite: arsenic-glutathione complexes are substrates for human arsenic methyltransferase Cyt19.",
    Hayakawa, T., Y. Kobayashi, X. Cui, and S. Hirano, 
    Arch Toxicol., (2004).

    "Role of oxidative damage in the genotoxicity of arsenic",
    Hei T.K., and M. Filipic,
    Free Radic Biol Med,  37(5): 574-81, September 1 (2004). (Abstract)
     
    "Children's Exposure to Arsenic from CCA-Treated Wooden Decks and Playground Structures",
    Hemond H.F., and H.M. Solo-Gabriele,
    Risk Analysis, 24(1):65-73 (2004).

    "Differential pulse cathodic stripping voltammetric speciation of trace level inorganic arsenic compounds in natural water samples",
    He Yi,  Yan Zheng , Mala Ramnaraine, and David C. Locke,
    Analytica Chimica Acta, 511:55–6 (2004).

    "Dissimilatory Arsenate Reduction with Sulfide as Electron Donor:
     Experiments with Mono Lake Water and Isolation of Strain MLMS-1, a Chemoautotrophic Arsenate Respirer ",
    Hoeft, S.E.,  T. R. Kulp, J. F. Stolz, J.T. Hollibaugh,  and R.S. Oremland, 
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 70(5):2741–2747, May (2004).
     
    "Role of metal-reducing bacteria in arsenic release from Bengal delta sediments",
    Islam, F.S., Gault, A.G., Boothman C., Polya D.A., Charnock J.M., Chatterjee D., and Lloyd J. R.,
    Nature, 430:68-71 (2004).

    "Evaluation of Dug-well as a safe water alternative option",
    Nazmul Islam,
    WATSAN partnership Project report 2004/1.

    "Role of metal-reducing bacteria in arsenic release from Bengal delta sediments",
    Islam, F. S. et al.,
    Nature, 430:68-71 (2004).

    "Metallothionein (I/II) suppresses genotoxicity caused by dimethylarsinic acid",   
    Jia, G., H Sone, N Nishimura, M Satoh, and C Tohyama,
    Int J Oncol, 25(2): 325-33, August 1 (2004).

    "Mechanisms of Cell Death Induced by Cadmium and Arsenic",
    Jimi, S., , M. Uchiyama, A. Takaki, J. Suzumiya and S. Hara,
    Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 1011: 325-331 (2004).

    "Two possible pathways for release of arsenic during pyrolysis of chromate copper arsenate (CCA) treated wood ",
    Kakitani,  T., HBata, T., Kajimoto, T and Imamura Y.,
    Journal of Hazardous Materials, (2004).

    "Incidence of transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder and arsenic exposure in New Hampshire",
    Karagas, M.R., T.D. Tosteson, J.S. Morris, E. Demidenko, L.A. Mott, J. Heaney, and A. Schned,  
    Cancer Causes Control, 15(5): 465-72, June 1 (2004).(Abstract)
     
    "Arsenic enrichment in groundwater of the alluvial aquifers in  Bangladesh: an overview",
    Khan A., and Sracek, O.,   
    Applied Geochemistry, 19(2):163-260, 181-200, February (2004).

    "Oral arsenic trioxide poisoning and secondary hazard from gastric content",
    Kinoshita, H., Hirose, Y., Tanaka, T., Yamazaki, Y.,  
    Ann Emerg Med., 44(6):625-7, Dec (2004).

    "Molecular basis for arsenic-induced alteration in nitric oxide production and oxidative stress:
     implication of endothelial dysfunction",  
    Kumagai Y., and J. Pi, 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 450-7, August 1 (2004). (Abstract)

    "Removal of arsenic from water using hardened paste of Portland cement.",   
    Kundu,S.,  A. Pal, S.K. Ghosh, M. Mandal, and T. Pal, 
    Environ Technol, 25(3): 301-9, March 1 (2004).
      
    "Adsorption of As(III) from Aqueous Solution onto Iron Oxide Impregnated Activated Alumina", 
    Shugi Kuriakose, Tony Sarvinder Singh and Kamal K. Pant,
    (no journal stated)

    "Microbial metabolite of dimethylarsinic acid is highly toxic and genotoxic"
    Kuroda K., Yoshida K., Yoshimura M., Endo Y., Wanibuchi H., Fukushima S., Endo G., 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):345-53, Aug 1 (2004).

    "Arsenic on the hands of children after playing in playgrounds",
    Kwon, E., Zhang, H., Wang, Z., Jhangri, G.S., Lu, X., Fok, N., Gabos, S., Li, X.F., Le, X.C., 
    Environ Health Perspect., 112(14):1375-80, Oct (2004).

    "Arsenic speciation in human urine: are we all the same?",
    Kwon, E., Zhang, H., Wang, Z., Jhangri, G.S., Lu, X., Fok, N., Gabos, S., Li, X.F.,
    Le, X.C., Lai, V.W., Y. Sun, E. Ting, W.R., Cullen, and K.J. Reimer,  
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 297-306, August 1 (2004). (Abstract)

    "Arsenic in Drinking Water and Bladder Cancer Mortality in the United States:
      An Analysis  Based on 133 U.S. Counties and 30 Years of Observation",
    Lamm, S.H., A. Engel,, M.B. Kruse,  M. Feinleib, D.M.Byrd,  S. Lai, and  R. Wilson,
    J Occup Environ Med., 46:298 –306 (2004).
    (Comments) by Taeger, Dirk MSc; Pesch, Beate MSc, PhD.

    "Effects of protein deficient diets on the developmental toxicity of inorganic arsenic in mice",
    Lammon C.A., Hood R.D.,
    Birth Defects Res Part B Dev Reprod Toxicol., 71(3):124-34, Jun (2004).

    "Determination of inorganic arsenic in white fish using  microwave-assisted
     alkaline alcoholic sample dissolution and HPLC-ICP-MS",
    E.H. Larsen, J. Engman, J.J. Sloth, M. Hansen, and L. Jorhem,
    Anal Bioanal Chem., (2004).

    "Removal of arsenic in tailings by soil flushing and the remediation process monitoring",
    S.W. Lee, J.Y. Kim, J.U. Lee, I. Ko, and K.W. Kim,  
    Environ Geochem Health, 26(4): 403-9 (2004).

    "Dynamic arsenic removal on a MnO(2)-loaded resin", 
    Lenoble, Veronique, Christophe Chabroullet, Raad Al Shukry, Bernard Serpaud, Veronique Deluchat, and Jean-Claude Bollinger,
    J Colloid Interface Sci, 280(1): 62-67, December 1 (2004).

    "Additional support for derivation of an acute/subchronic reference dose for arsenic",
    Lewandowski, T.A., Beck, B.D.,
    Regul Toxicol Pharmacol., 40(3):370-1, Dec (2004).

    "Overexpression of Phytochelatin Synthase in Arabidopsis Leads to Enhanced Arsenic Tolerance and Cadmium Hypersensitivity",
    Li, Y., O.P. Dhankher, L. Carreira, D. Lee, A. Chen, J.I. Schroeder, R.S. Balish and R.B. Meagher, 
    Plant and  Cell Physiology, 45(12):1787-1797 (2004).

    "Complexation of arsenate with humic substance in water extract of compost",
    Lin H.T., Wang M.C., Li G.C., 
    Chemosphere., 56(11):1105-12, Sep (2004).

    "Arsenic trioxide uptake by human and rat aquaglyceroporins",
    Liu, Z., Carbrey, J.M., Agre, P. and Rosen, B.P., 
    Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 316:1178-1185 (2004).

    "Arsenic trioxide accumulation by hexose permeases in Saccharomyces cerevisiae",
    Liu, Z., Boles, E. and Rosen, B.P. ,
    J. Biol. Chem., 279:17312-17318 (2004).

    "The effect of arsenic mitigation interventions on disease burden in Bangladesh",
    Lokuge K.M., Smith W., Caldwell B., Dear K., Milton A.H.,   
     Environ Health Perspect., 112(11):1172-7, Aug (2004).

    "Evidence of hemoglobin binding to arsenic as a basis for the accumulation of arsenic in rat blood",
    M. Lu, H. Wang, X.F. Li, X. Lu, W.R. Cullen, L.L. Arnold, S.M. Cohen, and X.C. Le,  
    Chem Res Toxicol, 17(12): 1733-42, December 1 (2004).

    "Arsenic and urinary bladder cell proliferation",
    Luster M.I., and P.P. Simeonova,  
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 419-23, August 1 (2004).  (Abstract)

    "Household Sand Filters for Arsenic Removal An option to mitigate arsenic from iron-rich groundwater-",
    Luzi, S., M. Berg, T.K. Pham, H.V. Pham, and R. Schertenleib,  
    Technical Report, Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG), 2004.

    "Accumulation of arsenic in drinking water distribution systems",
    Lytle, D.A.,  T.J. Sorg, and C. Frietch,   
    Environ Sci Technol., 38: 5365-5372 (2004).

    "The Economic Cost of Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater in Bangladesh",
    Maddison, D., R. C. Luque, and D. Pearce,
    Water and Sanitation Program, 2004.
     
    "Natural organic matter in sedimentary basins and its relation to arsenic in anoxic ground water:
     the example of West Bengal and its worldwide implications",
    McArthur, J.M., D.M. Banerjee, K.A. Hudson-Edwards, R. Mishra, R. Purohit, P. Ravenscroft,
    A. Cronin, R.J. Howarth, A. Chatterjee, T. Talukder, D. Lowry, S. Houghton, and D.K. Chadha,
    Applied Geochemistry, 19: 1255-1293 (2004).

    "Effect of sodium arsenite on peripheral lymphocytes in vitro:
     individual susceptibility among a population exposed to arsenic through the drinking water",
    Mahata, J., P. Ghosh,, J. N. Sarkar, K. Ray, A.T. Natarajan, and A. K. Giri,  
    Mutagenesis,  19(3): 223-229, May (2004).

    "Groundwater chemistry and mass transfers in the Independence aquifer, central Mexico,
     by using multivariate statistics and mass-balance models",
    Mahlknecht, J., B. Steinich, I. Navarro de Leon,
    Environmental Geology, Springer Verlag Heidelberg: 45:781–795 (2004).
     
    "Defining and implementing arsenic policies in Bangladesh: possible roles for public and private sector actors",
    S.A. Mahmood and C. Ball,   
    J Health Hum Serv Adm., 27(2): 158-74, September 1 (2004).

     


    "Equilibrium, kinetic and mass transfer studies and column operations for the removal of arsenic(III)
     from aqueous solutions using acid treated spent bleaching earth.",
    M. Mahramanlioglu and K. Guclu,
    Environ Technol., 25: 1067-1076 (2004).

    "Speciation of arsenic in biological samples",
    Mandal, B.K., Y. Ogra, K. Anzai, and K.T. Suzuki,  
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 307-18, August 1(2004).  (Abstract)

    "A study on arsenical dermatosis in rural community of West Bengal",
    N.K. Mandal and R. Biswas,
    Indian J Public Health, 48(1): 30-3, January 1 (2004).

    "Channelling the Emperor: what really killed Napoleon?",
    Mari F., Bertol E., Fineschi V., and Karch S.B.,
    R Soc Med., 97(8):397-9, Aug (2004).

    "Evaluation of micronucleus induction in a Chilean population environmentally exposed to arsenic",
    Martinez, V., A. Creus, W. Venegas, A.Arroyo, J.P. Beck, T.W. Gebel, J. Surralles, and R. Marcos,
    Mutat Res, 564(1): 65-7, November 14 (2004).

    "Natural organic matter in sedimentary basins and its relation to arsenic in anoxic groundwater:
     the example of West Bengal and its worldwide implications",
    McArthur J.M., Banerjee D.M., Hudson-Edwards K.A., Mishra R., Purohit R., Ravenscroft P.,
    Cronin A., Howarth R.J., Chatterjee A., Talukder T., Lowry D., Houghton S., and Chadha, D.K.,
    Applied Geochemistry, 19:1255-1293 (2004).

    "Arsenic in rice - understanding a new disaster for South-East Asia",
    Meharg, A.A.,
    Trends Plant Sci., 9(9): 415-7, September 1 (2004).  (Abstract)

    "Groundwater arsenic in the area around Maria Elena in Santiago del Estero Province, North-western Argentina:
    Hydrogeochemical characteristics, arsenic mobilization and experimental studies on arsenic removal using natural clays.",
    Mellano, M.F. and Ramirez, A.E.,
    Department of Land and Water Resources Engineering KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, TRITA-LWR-EX-04-40, 2004.

     

    "Arsenic drinking water exposure and urinary excretion among adults in the Yaqui Valley, Sonora, Mexico",  
    Meza, M.M.,  M.J. Kopplin, J.L. Burgess, and A.J. Gandolfi,
    Environ Res,  96(2): 119-26, October 1 (2004).   (Abstract)

    "Arsenic Concentrations in Prediagnostic Toenails and  the Risk of Bladder Cancer in a Cohort Study of Male Smokers",
    Michaud D.S., M.E. Wright, K.P. Cantor, P.R. Taylor, J. Virtamo and D. Albanes,
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 160(9):853-859 (2004).

    "Association between Nutritional Status and Arsenicosis due to Chronic Arsenic Exposure in Bangladesh",
    Milton A.H., Hasan A., Shahidullah S.M., Sharmin S., Jakariya M., Rahman M., Dear K., and Smith W.,  
    J International Environment Health Research,  14(1), 2004.  (in press)

    "Nutritional Factors and Susceptibility to Arsenic Caused Lesions in West Bengal, India",
    Mitra, S.R., G. Mazumder, A. Basu, G. Block, R., Haque, S.Samantha,  N.Ghosh, MMH Smith, O.S.van Ehrenstein, and A.S. Smith, 
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 112(10): 1104-9, July 1 (2004).

    "Capacity of Lemna gibba L. (Duckweed) for uranium and arsenic phytoremediationin mine tailing waters",
    M. Mkandawire, B. Taubert, and E.G. Dudel,
    Int J Phytoremediation, 6(4): 347-62, January 1 (2004).
     
    "Clinicians' roles in management of arsenicosis in Bangladesh: interview study",
    Murshed, R., R. M. Douglas, G. Ranmuthugala, and B. Caldwell,  
    Australian National University, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Canberra, ACT 0200, Australia, 328:493-494, 28 February (2004).

    "Arsenic, and other drinking water quality issues, Muzaffargarh, Pakistan",
    Nickson, R.T., J.M. McArthur, B. Shrestha, T.O. Kyaw-Myint and D. Lowry,
    Applied Geochemistry Applied Geochemistry, 20(1) :55-68 (2004). 

    "Chemical structure of arsenic and chromium in CCA-treated wood: implications of environmental weathering",
    Nico P.S., Fendorf S.E., Lowney Y.W., Holm S.E., Ruby M.V., 
    Environ Sci Technol., 38(19):5253-6, Oct 1 (2004).

    "The influence of sulfur and iron on dissolved arsenic concentrations in the shallow subsurface under changing redox conditions",
    O'Day, P.A., Vlassopoulos, D., Root, R., and  Rivera, N.,
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, September 8, 2004.

    "The microbial arsenic cycle in Mono Lake,California",
    Oremland, R.S., J.F. Stolz and J.T. Hollibaugh,
    FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 48:15 –27 (2004).

    "Sampling and preservation artifacts in arsenic analysis: Implications for public health issues in developing countries",
    Pandey, P.K., S. Yadav, S. Nair and M. Pandey,
    Current Science, 86(10):1426-1432, 25 May (2004).

    "Male reproductive toxicity of sodium arsenite in mice",
    Pant, N., R.C. Murthy, and S.P. Srivastava,
    Hum Exp Toxicol,  23(8): 399-403, August 1 (2004).  (Abstract)

    "Arsenic-induced alterations in the contact hypersensitivity response in Balb/c mice",
    Patterson, R.,  L. Vega, K. Trouba, C. Bortner, and D. Germolec,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 434-43, August 1(2004).  (Abstract)

    "Arsenic contamination awareness among the rural residents in Bangladesh",
    Paul B.K.,   
    Soc Sci Med., 59(8):1741-55., Oct (2004).

    "Arsenic in groundwater and redox condition: Studies on in-situ remediation",
    Petterson, E.,
    Minor Field Studies Program of Sida, (2003-2004).
    (Supervisors: Gunnar Jacks, LWR, KTH  and Dr. K.M. Ahmed, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.)

    "Nitric oxide and superoxide anion production in monocytes from children exposed to arsenic and lead
     in region Lagunera, Mexico", 
    Pineda-Zavaleta AP, Garcia-Vargas G, Borja-Aburto VH, Acosta-Saavedra LC,
    Vera Aguilar E, Gomez-Munoz A, Cebrian ME, Calderon-Aranda ES,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):283-90, Aug 1 (2004).

    "Distribution and biotransformation of arsenic species in chicken cardiac and muscle tissues", 
    Pizarro, I., M.M. Gomez, P. Fodor, M.A. Palacios, and C. Camara, 
    Biol Trace Elem Res,  99(1-3): 129-44, July 1 (2004).

    "Dietary intervention with iron and black tea infusion in reducing cytotoxicity of arsenic",
    Poddar S.,  
    Indian J Exp Biol., 42(9):900-3, Sep (2004).

     

     

    "Solid-phases and desorption processes of arsenic within Bangladesh sediments",
    Polizzotto, M. L. et al.,
    Chem. Geol., 228:97-111 (2006).

    "Arsenic speciation in hair extracts",
    Raab A. and J. Feldmann.,   
    Anal Bioanal Chem, August 31, 2004. (Abstract)

    "Effect of thioarsenite formation on arsenic(III) toxicity",  
    Rader, K.J., P.M. Dombrowski, K.J. Farley, J.D. Mahony, and D.M. Di Toro,  
    Environ Toxicol Chem, 23(7): 1649-54, July 1 (2004).

    "Experimental and theoretical characterization of arsenite in water: Insights into the coordination environment of As-O",
    Ramírez-Solís, A., Mukopadhyay, R., Rosen, B.P. and Stemmler, T.L.,
    Inorg Chem., 43:2954-2959 (2004).

    "Arsenic induced free radical toxicity in brain of mice.", 
    Rao M.V., and G. Avani, 
    Indian J Exp Biol, 42(5): 495-8, May 1 (2004).

    "Mechanism of regional pollution of groundwater by boron: the examples of Bangladesh and Michigan, USA",
    Ravenscroft, P. and McArthur, J.M.,
    Applied Geochemistry., 19:1413-1430 (2004).

    "Groundwater arsenic variations: the role of local geology and  rainfall",
    Rodríguez, R., J. A. Ramos and A. Armienta, 
    Applied Geochemistry, 19(2), 163-260, 245- 250, February (2004).

    "Arsenic sorption by carbonate-rich aquifer material, a control on arsenic mobility at Zimapán, México",  
    Romero, F.M., M.A. Armienta, and A. Carrillo-Chavez,  
    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol, 47(1): 1-13, July 1 (2004).   (Abstract)

    "Arsenic exposure and human papillomavirus response in non-melanoma skin cancer Mexican patients: a pilot study",
    Rosales-Castillo, J.A., Leonor C. Acosta-Saavedra, Rosantina Torres, Jesus Ochoa-Fierro, Victor H. Borja-Aburto,
    Lizbeth Lopez-Carrillo, Gonzalo G. Garcia-Vargas, Georgina B. Gurrola, Mariano E. Cebrian, and Emma S Calderon-Aranda, 
    Int Arch Occup Environ Health, July 3, 2004.

    "Evidence that arsenite acts as a cocarcinogen in skin cancer",
    Rossman, T.G., A.N. Uddin, and F.J. Burns,  
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 394-404, August 1 (2004).  (Abstract)

    "Selenium prevents spontaneous and arsenite-induced Mutagenesis",
    Rossman, T.G.,  and A.N. Uddin,
    Elsevier, Inter. Congress series, (2004).

    "Role of glutathione in dimethylarsinic acid-induced apoptosis",
    Sakurai T, Ochiai M, Kojima C, Ohta T, Sakurai MH, Takada NO, Qu W, Waalkes MP, Fujiwara K. , 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):354-65, Aug 1(2004).

    "Biological process of arsenic removal using selected microalgae",
    Samal, A.C., G Bhar, and SC Santra,
    Indian J Exp Biol,  42  (5): 522-8, May 1(2004).
     
    "Arsenic toxicity at low doses: epidemiological and mode of action considerations",
    Schoen A, Beck B, Sharma R, Dube E.,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):253-67, Aug 1 (2004).

    "Mobility of arsenic in a Bangladesh aquifer:
      Inferences from geochemical profiles, leaching data, and mineralogical characterization",
    Swartz, C. H. et al. ,
    Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 68:4539-4557 (2004).

    "Scientific American  Arsenic Crisis in Bangladesh",  p.70-75, August 2004.

    "Does Arsenic Consumption Influence the age at Menarche of Woman?",
    Sengupta M.,
    Indian Pediatr, 41(9): 960-1 (2004).
     
    "Inorganic Cadmium- and Arsenite-Induced Malignant Transformation of Human Bladder Urothelial Cells ",
    Sens, M.A., Garrett, S.H., and Somji, S.,
    Toxicological Sciences, 79:56-63 (2004).  

    "A Minor Field Study: Arsenic in groundwater in Huhhot Alluvial Basin in Inner Mongolia, People’s Republic of China",
    Fei Shi, Studies on the mechanism of arsenic mobilization (2004).

    "Oxidative stress and apoptosis in metal ion-induced carcinogenesis",
    Shi, H.,  L.G. Hudson, and K.J. Liu,   
    Free Radic Biol Med, 37(5): 582-93, September 1(2004).  (Abstract)

    "Arsenic, Iron and Coliforms Removal Efficiency of Household Level Biosand Filters",
    Shrestha P., 
    Master of Science Thesis,  Tribhuvan University, Nepal, (2004).

    "Equilibrium and kinetics studies on removal of arsenite by iron oxide coated activated alumina",
    Shugi, K., Singh, T S. and Pant K.K.,
    Ind. J. Environ. Health., 45 (1): 151-154 (2003).

    "Arsenic and atherosclerosis",
    Simeonova P.P.,  and M.I. Luster,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 444-9, August 1 (2004).  (Abstract)

    "Arsenic Contamination in Groundwater of North Eastern India",
    A.K. Singh,
    Proceedings of National seminar on Hydrology, Roorkee, Nov 22-23, 2004.

    "Adsorption of As(III) from aqueous solution onto Iron oxide coated activated alumina",
    Singh, T.S and Pant, K.K.,
    Water Quality Res. J., Canada, 39(3):260-268 (2004).

    "Arsenic drinking water regulations in developing countries with extensive exposure",  
    Smith A.H. and Smith H.M.,
    Toxicology, 198:39-44 (2004).

    "Environmental Hypothesis. Is  Poor Dietary Selenium Intake an Underlying Factor for Arsenicosis and Cancer in  Bangladesh?',   
    Spallholz, J.E., Boylan, L.M. and Rhaman, M.M.,
    Science in the Total Environment, 323:21-32, May (2004).
     
    "Behavior of arsenic and geochemical modeling of arsenic enrichment in aqueous environments"
    Sracek, O., .P. Bhattacharya, G. Jacks, J.-P. Gustafsson and M. von Brömssen,
    Applied Geochemistry, 19(2):163-260, February (2004).

    "Oxidative activation of the human carcinogen chromate by arsenite:
     A model for synergistic metal activation leading to oxidative DNA damage",
    Sugden, K.D., KM Rigby, and BD Martin,
    Toxicol In Vitro, 18(6): 741-8, December 1 (2004).

    "Arsenic Contamination and arsenicosis in China (review)",
    Sun Guifan,   
    Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 198(3): 268-71, August 1 (2004).

    "Method for the determination of five toxicologically relevant arsenic species
     in human urine by liquid chromatography-hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry",
    Sur K.  and L. Dunemann,  
    J Chromatogr B Analyt Technol Biomed Life Sci,  807(2): 169-76, August 5 (2004).
      
    "Arsenic-resistant bacterium isolated  from an aquifer in West Bengal, India",
    Suresh1, K., S. R. Prabagaran, S. Sengupta and S. Shivaji, 
    Int J Syst Evol Microbiol, 54: 1369-1375 (2004).

    "Distributions and chemical forms of arsenic after intravenous administration of dimethylarsinic
      and monomethylarsonic acids to rats"

    Suzuki KT, Katagiri A, Sakuma Y, Ogra Y, Ohmichi M., 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):336-44 (2004).

    "Mobility of arsenic in a Bangladesh aquifer: Inferences from geochemical profiles,
      leaching data, and mineralogical characterization",
    Swartz, C.H., et al.,
    Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68(22):4539-4557 (2004).

    "Arsenic removal from groundwater by a newly developed adsorbent",
    H Takanashi, A Tanaka, T Nakajima, and A Ohki,
    Water Sci Technol, 50(8): 23-32 (2004).

    "Elucidating the pathway for arsenic methylation",
    Thomas DJ, Waters SB, Styblo M.,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):319-26, Aug 1(2004).

    "Leaching of CCA-treated wood: implications for waste disposal",  
    Townsend T, Tolaymat T, Solo-Gabriele H, Dubey B, Stook K, Wadanambi L., 
    J Hazard Mater, 114(1-3):75-91, Oct 18 (2004).

    "The potential biological mechanisms of arsenic-induced diabetes mellitus",
    Tseng, C-H., 
    Toxicol  Appl Pharmacol, 197(2):67, Jun (2004).

    "Health effect levels for assessing childhood exposure to arsenic in soil",
    Tsuji, J.S., Benson, R., Schoof, R.A., Hook, G.C.,
    Reg. Toxicol. Pharmacol., 39 (2):99-110 (2004).  (letter to the editor)

    "Total arsenic determination and speciation in infant food products
     by ion chromotography-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry",
    Vela, N.P. and D.T. Keitkemper,
    J.AOOC Intern., 87:244-252 (2004).

    "Batch kinetic modeling of arsenic removal from water by mixed oxide",
    R.C. Vaishya and S.K. Gupta,
    J Environ Sci Eng, 46(2): 123-36, April 1 (2004).

    "Urinary Trivalent Methylated Arsenic Species in a Population Chronically Exposed to Inorganic Arsenic",
    Valenzuela OL, Borja-Aburto VH, Garcia-Vargas GG, Cruz- Gonzalez MB, Garcia-Montalvo EA, Calderon-Aranda ES, et al., 
    Environ Health Perspect Res Toxicol, 10:27-33 (2004).

    "A review of the enzymology of arsenic metabolism and a new potential role of hydrogen peroxide
      in the detoxication of the trivalent arsenic species",
    Vasken Aposhian H, Zakharyan RA, Avram MD, Sampayo-Reyes A, Wollenberg ML, 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):327-35 (2004).

    "Arsenic toxicity in mice and its possible amelioration",
    Verma, R.J.,  A. Vasu, and A.A. Saiyed, 
    J Environ Sci (China), 16(3): 447-53, January 1 (2004). (Abstract)

    "Induction of tumors of the liver, lung,  ovary and adrenal in adult mice after brief maternal gestational
     exposre to iinorganic arsenic. Promotional effects of postnatal phorbol ester exposure on hepatic and pulmonary,
     but not dermal cancers.",
    Waalkes,MP, JM Ward and BA Diwan, 
    Carcinogenesis, 25:133-141(2004).

    "Animal models for arsenic carcinogenesis: inorganic arsenic is a transplacental carcinogen in mice",
    Waalkes MP, Liu J, Ward JM, Diwan BA., 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):377-84, Aug 1 (2004).

    "Glutathione modulates recombinant rat arsenic (+3 oxidation state) methyltransferase-catalyzed
     formation of trimethylarsine oxide and trimethylarsine.",

    Waters SB, Devesa V, Fricke MW, Creed JT, Styblo M, Thomas DJ.,
    Chem Res Toxicol, 17:1621–1629 (2004).

    "Understanding arsenic carcinogenicity by the use of animal models",
    Wanibuchi, H., EI Salim, A Kinoshita, J Shen, M Wei, K Morimura, K Yoshida, K Kuroda, G Endo, and S Fukushima,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 366-76, August 1 (2004). (Abstract)

    "Water arsenic exposure and children’s intellectual function in Arihazar, Bangladesh",
    Wasserman, GA, X Liu, F Parvez, H Ahsan, P Factor-Litvak, A van Green, V Slakovich,
    NJ Lolacono, Z Cheng, I Hussain, H Momotaj and JH Graziano,

    Environ Hlth Persp, 112:1329-1333 (2004).

    "Water intake in an Asian population living in arsenic-contaminated area",
    Watanabe C, Kawata A, Sudo N, Sekiyama M, Inaoka T, Bae M, Ohtsuka R., 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):272-82, Aug 1(2004).

    "Urinary arsenic speciation and porphyrins in C57Bl/6J mice chronically exposed to low doses of sodium arsenate",
    Wu, Huile, K Manonmanii, Paul K S Lam, Shu-Huei Huang, Jian Ping Wang, and Jack C Ng,
    Toxicol Lett,  154(1-2): 149-157, December 1 (2004).

    "An overview of chronic arsenism via drinkingwater in PR China",
    Y. Xia and J. Liu,
    Toxicology, 198:25-29 (2004).

    "Evaluation of DNA damage in patients with arsenic poisoning: urinary 8-hydroxydeoxyguanine",
    Yamauchi H, Aminaka Y, Yoshida K, Sun G, Pi J, Waalkes MP.,  
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):291-6 (2004).

    "The role of active arsenic species produced by metabolic reduction of dimethylarsinic acid in genotoxicity and tumorigenesis",
    Yamanaka K, Kato K, Mizoi M, An Y, Takabayashi F, Nakano M, Hoshino M, Okada S., 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 198(3):385-93 (2004).
     
    "Arsenite induces prominent mitotic arrest via inhibition of G2 checkpoint activation in CGL-2 cells",
    Yih, Ling-Huei,  Shun-Wen Hsueh, Wei-Shu Luu, Ted H Chiu, and Te-Chang Lee,
    Carcinogenesis, October 7, 2004.

    "Chronic health effects in people exposed to arsenic via the drinking water: dose-response relationships in review",
    Yoshida, T., H Yamauchi, and G Fan Sunm, 
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 198(3): 243-52, August 1 (2004)(Abstract)

    "Redox control of arsenic mobilization in Bangladesh groundwater",
    Zheng, Y., M. Stute, A. van Geen, I. Gavrieli, R. Dhar, H. J. Simpson, P.  Schlosser and K. M. Ahmed., 
    Applied Geochemistry, 19(2), 163-260, 201-214, February (2004).

    "Prevalence of chronic diseases in adults exposed to arsenic-contaminated drinking water"
    K.M. Zierold,K.M., L. Knobeloch, and H. Anderson, 
    Am J Public Health., 94:1936-1937 (2004).





     

    2003  top

    C. F. Harvey, C. Swartz, A. B. M. Badruzzaman, N. Keon-Blute, W. Yu, M. A. Ali, J. Jay,
    R. Beckie, V. Niedan, D. Brabander, P. Oates, K. Ashfaque, S. Islam, H. Hemond and M. F. Ahmed,
    Response to Comments on "Arsenic Mobility and Groundwater Extraction in Bangladesh",
    Science, 300(5619):584, 25 April (2003). DOI: 10.1126/science.1082685

    "Arsenic distribution in Florida Urban Soil",
    Chirenje, T., Ma, L.Q., Szulczewski, M., Littell, R., Portier, K.M., and Zillious, E.J.,
    Environmental Quality, 32:109-119 (2003).

    "Health Effects and Risk Assessment of Arsenic",
    Abernathy, C., Thomas, J., and Calderon, R.,
    J. Nutr., 133: 1536S-1538S (2003).

    "Geochemical occurrence of arsenic in groundwater of Bangladesh: Sources and mobilization processes",
    Anawar, H. M. et al.,
    J. Geochem. Explor., 77:109-131 (2003).

    "Decreased DNA repair gene expression among individuals exposed to arsenic in United States drinking water",
    Andrew, Angeline S. , Margaret R. Karagas, and Joshua W. Hamilton,     
    Int. J. Cancer, 1094:263-268 (2003).

    "Residential Areas and Public Spaces: An Emerging Regulatory or Medical Crisis?",   
    Belluck , S L Benjamin , P Baveye , J Sampson , B Johnson,
    International Journal of Toxicology, 22(2) :109-128 (2003).
     
    "Urinary protein excretion in humans exposed to arsenic and cadmium", 
    Buchet, Jean-Pierre , Jean-François Heilie, Alfred Bernard,  Dominique Lison, Taiyi Jin, Xunwei Wu, Qinhu Kong and Gunnar Nordberg,
    Int. Arch. Occup. Envir. Health, 76:111-120 (2003).
     
    "Case studies of the impact of understanding bioavailability: arsenic.",
    Caussy,  Deoraj.,
    Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 56(1):164-173, September (2003).

    "Special Issue On Arsenic: Environemnt and Health Effects with Special reference to Groundwater in South Asia",
    Chakraborti D,  Hussam A. and Alauddin M.,
    Environmental Science and Health (Mercel Dekker, USA), 38(1) (2003).

    "Arsenic Groundwater Contamination in Middle Ganga Plain, Bihar, India: A Future Danger?",
    Chakraborti, Dipenkar, Subhash C. Mukherjee, Shyamapada Pati, Mrinal K. Sengupta, Mohammad M. Rahman,
    Uttam K.  Chowdhury, Dilip Lodh, Chitta R. Chanda, Anil K. Chakraborti, and Gautam K. Basu,
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 111(9), July (2003).

    "Arsenic Methylation and Bladder Cancer Risk", (pdf)
    Yen-Ching Chen, Huey-Jen Jenny Su, Yu-Liang Leon Guo, Yu-Mei Hsueh,
    Thomas J. Smith, Louise M. Ryan, Meei-Shyuan Lee, and David C. Christiani,
    Cancer Causes & Control, 14(4): 303-310 (2003).   (download in Word format here)       

    "Genetic Polymorphism in p53 codon 72 and Skin Cancer in Southwestern Taiwan",
    Yen-Ching Ch, Julia Yu-Yun Lee, and David C. Christianien, Lilian Xu, Yu-Liang Leon Guo,
    Huey-Jen Jenny Su, Yu-Mei Hsueh, Thomas J. Smith, Louise M. Ryan, Meei-Shyuan Lee,  Sheau-Chiou Chao, 
    Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A (Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering), A38(1):201-211 (2003).

     

    "Arsenic Methylation and Skin Cancer Risk in Southwestern Taiwan", (pdf)
    Yen-Ching Chen, Yu-Liang Leon Guo, Huey-Jen Jenny Su, Yu-Mei Hsueh, Thomas J. Smith,
    Louise M. Ryan, Meei-Shyuan Lee, Sheau-Chiou Chao, Julia Yu-Yun Lee, and David C. Christiani,
    Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 45(3): 241-248 (2003).    

     


    "Arsenic in groundwater of Santiago del Estero: Sources, mobility patterns and remediation with natural materials",
    Claesson, M. and Fagerberg, J.,
    MSc Thesis, Department of Land and Water Resources Engineering KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, TRITA-LWREX-03-05, 2003.

    "Management of chronicarsenicosis"
    Chowdhury, Jakariya M. AMR, Hossain Z, and Rahman M. 
    Tropical Doctor, 2003. (in press)

    "Sustainable community-based safe water options to mitigate the Bangladesh arsenic catastrophe—an experience from two upzilas",
    Chowdhury Jakariya M., A.M.R., Hossain Z., Rahman M., Sarker Q., Khan R.I., and Rahman M.,   
    Curr Sci, 85(2): 141-146, Jul (2003).   (local pdf file)

     

    "Asia's arsenic crisis deepens - another Indian state succumbs to well water poisoning",
    Clarke, Tom,
    Nature Science Update, 15 February (2003).
     

     

    "Effect of selenite on the disposition of arsenate and arsenite in rat",
    Csanaky, Iván and Zoltán Gregus,
    Toxicology, 186(1-2):33-50, 15 April (2003).

    "Understanding arsenic carcinogenicity by the use of animal models",
    Endo, G., Fukushima, S., Kinoshita, A., Kuroda, K., Morimura, K., Salim, E., Shen, J., Wanibuchi, H., Wei, M. and Yoshida, K.,
    Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol., 198: 366–376 (2003).

    "Field kits fail to provide accurate measure  of arsenic in groundwater",
    Erickson, Britt E., 
    Environmental Science & Technology,  pp.35A-38A, January 1 (2003).

    "An investigation of the chemical stability of arsenosugars in basic environments using IC-ICP-MS and IC-ESI-MS/MS",
    Gamble, B.M., P.A.Gallagher, J.A. Shoemaker, A.N. Parks, D.M. Freeman, C.A. Schwegel and J.T. Creed,
    The Analyst, 128:1458-1461 (2003).

    "The prevalence of subjective symptoms after exposure to arsenic in drinking water in Inner Mongolia, China",
    Guo X., Fujino Y., Chai J., Wu K., Xia Y., Li Y. Lv J., Sun Z., Yoshimura T.,
    Inner Mongolia Center for Endemic Disease, Control and Research, 13(4):211-5, Jul (2003).

    "Fighting arsenic at the grassroots: experience of BRAC's community awareness initiative in Bangladesh",
    Hadi, Abdulhadel, Research and Evaluation Division, B.R.A.C., Dhaka, Bangladesh,
    Health Policy and Planning, 18(1): 93-100 (2003).

    "Arsenic Agriculture? Irrigation may worsen Bangladesh's woes",
    Harder, B,
    Science News, 162(21):325(2), Nov 23 (2002). (Full text copyright 2002 Science Service, Inc.)

    "Variability in human metabolism of arsenic",
    Ioffredo, Christopher A.,  H. Vasken Aposhian, Mariano E. Cebrian, Hiroshi Yamauchi and Ellen K. Silbergeld,
    Environmental Research, 92(2):85-91, June (2003).

    "The slow poisoning of Bangladesh: metals in drinking water",
    Josephson, Julian,
    Science Selections, Environmental Health Perspectives, 110(11), November (2002).

    "Arsenic, cancer, and thoughtless policy",
    Kayajanian, Gary,
    Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 55(2):139-142, June (2003).

    "Oxidative stress as a possible mode of action for arsenic carcinogenesis",
    Kirk, T. and Sarfaraz, A.,
    Toxicol. Lett., 137:3–13 (2003).

    "Millions more at risk of arsenic poisoning than previously thought",
    Kumar, Sanjay, 
    British Medical Journal, 326:466, March (2003).

    "Arsenic Does Not Appear to be the Risk Factor for Bladder Cancer in the Absence of
     both Humic Acid and High Arsenic Levels (> 350 ug/l)"
    Lamm, S.H.,  and  Feinleib, M.,
    Absract for US GS conference (2003).

    "Ameliorating effect of microdoses of a potentized homeopathic drug, Arsenicum Album, on arsenic-induced toxicity in mice",
    Mallick, Palash , Jayati Chakrabarti (Mallick) , Bibhas Guha and Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh,
    BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 3:7 (published 22 October 2003).

    "Non-cancer effects of chronicarsenicocis in Bangladesh: Preliminary results",
    Milton A.H., Hasan Z., Rahman A., Rahman M.,
    J Environment Science Health, Part A, A38: 301-305 (2003).

    "Simultaneous administration of zinc and arsenic enhances arsenic accumulation in tissues",
    Misbahuddin Mir, Md. Kamaluddin,
    British Medical Journal, 14 November (2002).

    "A global health problem caused by arsenic from natural sources",
    Ng, Jack C., Wang, Jianping; Shraim, and Amjad,
    Chemosphere, 52:1353-1359 (2003).

    "Arsenic’s fatal legacy grows worldwide",
    Pearce, F.,
    New Scientist, 2407: 1–3 (2003).

    "Evaluation of stability of arsenic species in rice.",
    Pizarro, Isabel, Milagros Gómez, Maria Antonia Palacios, Carmen Cámara,
    Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 376(1):102 - 109, May (2003).

    "The Bangladesh arsenic catastrophe-clinical manifestations",
    Rahman M.,
    Tropical Doctors, 33:42-44 (2003).

    "Technical and economic analysis of deep and shallow tubewell operation under comparable conditions",
    Ravenscroft, P.,
    Groundwater Resources and Development in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies, University Press Ltd, Dhaka (2003).

    "Methodologies for assessing exposures to metals: human host factors"
    Robson, Mark,
    Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 56(1):104-109, September (2003).

    "Mechanism of arsenic carcinogenesis: an integrated approach: fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis",
    Rossman, T.,
    Mutation Research, 533:37–65 (2003).

    "Arsenic contamination in groundwater in West Bengal (India): build-up in soil-crop system",
    Sanyal S.K. and Nasar S.K.T.,
    Analysis and Practice in Water Resources Engineering for Disaster Mitigation,  I: 216-222 (2003).

    "An application of the holistochastic human exposure methodology to naturally occurring arsenic in Bangladesh drinking water",
    Serre, M.L., A. Kolovos, G. Christakos, and K. Modis,
    Risk Analysis, 23(3):515, June (2003).

    "Equilibrium, kinetics and thermodynamic studies for adsorption of As(III) on activated alumina",
    Singh, Tony Sarvinder and K. K. Pant,
    Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (2003).

    "A dugwell program to provide arsenic-safe water in West Bengal, India – preliminary results"(full paper in pdf)
    Smith, Meera M Hira , Timir Hore, Protap Chakraborty, DK Chakraborty, Xavier Savarimuthu, and Allan H Smith,
    Journal of Environmental Science & Health, Part A, A38(1):289-299 (2003).

    "Vertical distribution of As(III) and As(V) in a coastal sandy aquifer: factors controlling the concentration and speciation of
     arsenic in the Stuarts Point groundwater system, northern New South Wales, Australia",
    Smith, J.V.S., Jankowski, J. and Sammut, J.,
    Appl. Geochem., 18(9):1479–1496 (2003).

    "Factors controlling the concentration and speciation of arsenic in the Stuarts Point groundwater system,
     northern New South Wales, Australia.",
    J.V.S. Smitha, J. Jankowskia, J. Sammutb,
    The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, (2003).

    "Development of a set of simple bacterial biosensors for quantitative and rapid measurements of arsenite and arsenate in potable water",
    Environmental science and technology, 37(20):4743-4750 (2003).

    "Epigenetics and the environment",
    Sutherland, Jessica E., and Max Costa,
    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 983:151-160 (2003).
     
    "The effects of chronic arsenic exposure from drinking water on the neurobehavioral development in adolescence",
    Tsai, Song-Yen , Hung-Yi Chou, Hee-Wen The, Chao-Meei Chen and Chien-Jen Chen,

    NeuroToxicology., 24(4-5):747-753, August (2003).

    "Arsenic pollution in groundwater: a self-organizing complex geochemical process in the deltaic sedimentary environment, Bangladesh",
    Tareq, Shafi M. , S. Safiullah, H. M. Anawar, M.Majibur Rahman and T. Ishizuka.
    The Science of The Total Environment, 313(1-3):213-226, 1 September (2003).
     
    "Spatial variability of arsenic in 6000 tube wells in a 25 km^2 area of Bangladesh",
    van Geen, Y. Zheng, R. Versteeg, M. Stute, A. Horneman, R. Dhar, M. Steckler, A. Gelman,
    C. Small, H. Ahsan, J. Graziano, I. Hussein, and K. M. Ahmed,

     Water Resources Research, 35(5):1140, (2003).

    Comment on "Arsenic mobility and groundwater extraction in Bangladesh" (II),
    van Geen, A., Y. Zheng, M. Stute, and K. M. Ahmed, 
    Science, 300:584 (2003). (with reply by Harvey et al. immediately following)

    "Field trialsto assess the uptake of arsenic by vegetables from contaminated soils and soil remediation with iron oxides",
    Warren, G.P., B. J. Alloway, N. W. Lepp, B. Singh, F. J. M. Bochereau and C. Penny,
    The Science of The Total Environment, 311(1-3):19-33 (2003).

    "Arsenic in groundwater in Bangladesh: A geostatistical and epidemiological framework
    for evaluating health effects and potential remedies",
    Yu, Winston H., Charles M. Harvey, Charles F. Harvey,
    Water Resources Research, 39(6):1146, June (2003).



     

    2002  top


    Charles F. Harvey, Christopher H. Swartz, A. B. M. Badruzzaman, Nicole Keon-Blute, Winston Yu, M. Ashraf Ali, Jenny Jay, Roger Beckie, Volker Niedan, Daniel Brabander, Peter M. Oates, Khandaker N. Ashfaque, Shafiqul Islam, Harold F. Hemond and M. Feroze Ahmed,
    "Arsenic Mobility and Groundwater Extraction in Bangladesh",
    Science, 298(5598):1602-1606, 22 November (2002). DOI: 10.1126/science.1076978

    "Assessment of atmospheric arsenic level in airborne dust particulates of urban city of Central India",
    Deb, M.K., Thakur, M., Mishra, R.K., and Bodhankar, N.,
    Water Air Soil Pollution, 140:57-71 (2002).

    "Health Effects and Geochemistry of Arsnic and Lead",
    Joseph Graziano, phD,
    Scientific Progress Report, Columbia Unoversity SBRP, January 31 (2002).

    "Arsenic-related chromosomal alternations in bladder cancer",
    Moore et al.,
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 94(22):1688-1696 (2002).
     

     

    "Alternative water supply options in Bangladesh",

     

    Ahmed, M.F.,
    International Workshop on Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh, Dhaka.,
    Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives, p86 (2002).

    "Arsenic in the environment: a global perspective",
    Bhattacharya, P., Frisbie, S.H., Smith, E., Naidu, R., Jacks, G. and Sarkar, B.,
    Hand book of heavy metals in the environment, New York, 145–215 (2002A).

    "Arsenic in groundwater of the Bengal Delta Plain aquifers in Bangladesh",
    Bhattacharya, P., Jacks, G., Ahmed, K.M., Khan, A.A. and Routh, J.,
    Bull. Environ. Contamin. Toxicol., 69:538–545 (2002B).

    "Metal contamination at a wood preservation site: Characterization and experimental studies on remediation",
    Bhattacharya, P., Mukherjee, A.B., Jacks, G. and Nordqvist, S.,
    Sci. Tot. Environ., 290(1–30):168–180 (2002C).

    "Management of arsenic contaminated groundwater in the Bengal Delta Plain",
    Bhattacharya, P. and  Mukherjee, A.B.,
    Conflict Management of Water Resources, Asgate Publishers, UK, pp. 308-348 (2002b).

    "Arsenic contaminated groundwater from the sedimentary aquifers of South-East Asia",
    Bhattacharya, P.,
    IAH Congress on Groundwater and Human Development, Mar del Plata, Argentina, 24 October, 2002. (in press, available online)

    "Stability of Arsenic Species & Insoluble Arsenic in Human Urine",
    Chen Y.-C., Amarasiriwardena C.J., Hsueh Y.-M., Christiani D.C., 
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 11(11): 1427-1433 (2002).  (download in Word format)  (download in pdf)

    "Family Correlations of Arsenic Methylation Patterns in Children and  Parents Exposed to High concentrations of Arsenic in Drinking Water",
    Chung, J.S., Kalman, D.A., Moore, L.E., Kosnett, M.J., Arroyo, A.P.,  Beeris, M., Mazumder D.N., Hernandez, A.L., and Smith A.H.,
    Env. Health Perspect., 110(7):727-733 (2002).

    "Geochemical study of arsenic release mechanisms in the Bengal Basin groundwater",
    Dowling, C. B., Poreda, R. J., Basu, A. R., Peters, S. L. & Aggarwal, P. K.,
    Wat. Resourc. Res., 38:1173 (2002).

    "In vitro bio-availability of heavy metal pressure treated wood dust",
    Gordon, T., Spanier, J., Batula, J.H. and Rossman, T.G.,
    Toxicological Sciences, (2002). (in press)

    "Arsenic Mobility and Groundwater Extraction in Bangladesh",  
    Charles F. Harvey , Christopher H. Swartz, A. B. M. Badruzzaman, Nicole Keon-Blute, Winston Yu, M. Ashraf Ali, Jenny Jay, Roger Beckie, Volker Niedan, Daniel Brabander, Peter M. Oates, Khandaker N. Ashfaque, Shafiqul Islam, Harold F. Hemond, and M. Feroze Ahmed,
    Science, 298:1602-1606, November 22 (2002).

    "Dissimilatory arsenate reductase activity and arsenate-respiring bacteria in bovine rumen fluid, hamster feces, and the termite hindgut",
    Herbel, M.J., J. Switzer Blum, S.E. Hoeft, S.M. Cohen, L.L. Arnold, J. Lisak, J.F. Stolz, and R.S. Oremland,
    FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 41: 59 - 67 (2002).

    "Arsenic contamination in groundwater: some analytical considerations",
    Kinniburgh, D., & Kosmus, W.,
    Talanta, 58:165–180 (2002).

    "Characteristics of Environmental Geochemistry in the Arseniasis Area of the Inner Mongolia of China", 
    Lin N., Tang J. and Bian J., (2002). (in press)

    "Arsenic round the world: a review",
    Mandal, B. K., & Suzuki, K. T.,
    Talanta, 58:201–235 (2002).

    "Respiratory effects and arsenic-contaminated well water in Bangladesh",
    Milton, A.H., and Rahman, M.,
    International Journal Environmental Health Research, 12:175-179 (2002).

    "Public health: Worldwide occurrences of arsenic in groundwater",
    Nordstorm, D. K.,
    Science, 296:2143–2145 (2002).
      
    "Anaerobic oxidation of arsenite in Mono Lake water and by a facultative arsenite-oxidizng chemoautotroph, strain MLHE-1",
    Oremland, R.S., S.E. Hoeft, N. Bano, R.A. Hollibaugh, and J. T Hollibaugh,   
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 68:4795-4802 (2002).

    "Crisis of Capacity"
    Patel, P.,
    Harvard University Senior Thesis (2002).

    "Effectness and Reliability of Arsenic Field  Testing Kits:  Are the Million Dollar Screening Projects Effective or  Not?",
    Rahman M., Mukherjee D., Sengupta M., Chowdhury U., Lodh D., Chanda C., Roy S., M.D. Selim,
    Quamruzzaman Q., Milton A., Shahidullah S., M.D. Rahman T., Chakraborti, D.,
    Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (submitted).

    "Arsenic and Contamination of Drinking water in Bangladesh: a  public health perspective",
    Rahman, M.,
    J. Health Pop. Nutr., 20(3):193-197, September (2002).

    "Arsenic and hypertension in Bangladesh",
    Rahman, M.,
    Bulletin World Health Organization, 80(2):173 (2002).



    "Women and water: The relevance of gender perspective in Integrated Water Resources Management in rural India",
    Singh, N., Bhattacharya, P. & Jacks, G.,
    Proceedings of Third International Conference on Water Resources and  Environment Research, 3:151-155,  22-25 July (2002).
     
    "Arsenic groundwater in the Bengal Delta Plains: Preliminary interpretation on
     hydrogeochemical data from Chakdaha Block, Nadia District, West Bengal, India",
    Sracek, A., P. Bhattacharya, Jacks, G., Chatterjee, D.,
    J. Hydrology, 2002. (In review)




    "A review of the source, behaviour and distribution of arsenic in natural waters",
    Smedley, P. L. and Kinniburgh, D.G.,
    Appl. Geochem., 17:517-568 (2002).

    "Promotion of well-switching to mitigate the current arsenic crisis in Bangladesh, Bulletin of the World",
    Van Geen, A., et al.,
    Health Organization, 80:732-737 (2002).



    "Effect of microorganisms and microbial metabolites on apatite dissolution",
    Welch, S.A., Taunton, A.E. and Banfield, J.F.,
    J. Geomicrobiol., 19:343-367 (2002).



    "Arsenic contamination in surface drainage and groundwater in part of the Southeast Asian Tin belt",
    Williams, M., Fordyce, F., Paijitprapanon, A. and Charoenchaisri, P.,
    Nakhon, Si. Thammarat Province, southern Thailand. Environ. Geol., 27:16–33 (1996).

    "Arsenic pollution in groundwater from Hetao Area, China", (Abstract)
    Hui Zhang, Dongsheng Ma and Xiongxi Hu,
    Env Geol, 41: 638-643 (2002).   DOI: 10.1007/s002540100442

     


     

     

    2001  top

    "Protocol development for assessing arsenic background concentrations in Florida Urban Soils",
    Chirenje, T., Ma, L.Q., Harris, W.G., Hornsby, H.G., Zillious, E.Z., and Latimer, S.,
    Environmental Forensics, 2:141-153 (2001).

    "Stress proteins induced by arsenic",
    Albores, A., Brambila, C., Calderon, A., Del Razo, L., Quintanilla, V. and Manno, M.,
    Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol., 177: 132–148 (2001).

     

    "Geochemistry of the Holocene Alluvial sediments of Bengal Delta Plain from West Bengal, India:
      Implications on arsenic contamination in groundwater",
    Bhattacharya, P., Jacks G., Jana J., Sracek A., Gustafsson J.P., and Chatterjee D.,
    Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in the Bengal Delta Plain of Bangladesh, TRITA-AMI Report, 3084:21-40. (Available online)

     

    "The aquatic geochemistry of arsenic in volcanic groundwaters from southern Italy",
    Alessandro Aiuppa, Walter D'Alessandro, Cinzia Federico, Barbara Palumbo and Mariano Valenza,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1283-1296, 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.) 
    
    "Arsenic speciation in surface waters and sediments in a contaminated waterway: an IC–ICP-MS and XAS based study",
    Andrew G. Gault, David A. Polya, Paul R. Lythgoe, Morag L. Farquhar, John M. Charnock and Roy A. Wogelius,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9): 1387-1397, 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.) 
    
    "Arsenic geochemistry––selected papers from the 10th Water–Rock Interaction symposium", .
    Rosa Cidu, Luca Fanfani and Pierfranco Lattanzi,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1281-1282 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Arsenic trapping by iron oxyhydroxides and carbonates at hydrothermal spring outlets", 
    C. Le Guern, P.Baranger, C. Crouzet, F. Bodénan and P. Conil,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1313-1323 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Geochemical controls on arsenic distribution in the Baccu Locci stream catchment (Sardinia, Italy) affected by past mining",
    Franco Frau and Carla Ardau,  
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1373-1386 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Reaction path modelling in the As–S system: a case study for Reothermal As transport",
    James S. Cleverley, Liane G. Benning and Bruce W. Mountain
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1325-1345, 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Leaching experiments on trace element release from the arsenic-bearing tailings of Khovu–Aksy (Tuva Republic, Russia)",
    O. L. Gaskova, E. P. Bessonova and S. B. Bortnikova,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1361-1371 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "The role of secondary minerals in controlling the migration of arsenic and metals from high-sulfide wastes (Berikul gold mine,Siberia)",
    R. Gieré, N. V. Sidenko and E. V. Lazareva,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1347-1359 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Arsenic in surface- and up to 90°C ground waters in a basalt area, N-Iceland: processes controlling its mobility", 
    Stefán Arnórsson,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1297-1312 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Arsenic enrichment in waters and sediments of the Rio Loa (Second Region, Chile)",
    L. Romero, H. Alonso, P. Campano, L. Fanfani, R. Cidu, C. Dadea,T. Keegan, I. Thornton and M. Farago,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1399-1416 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Arsenic enrichment in groundwater of West Bengal, India: geochemical evidence for mobilization of As under reducing conditions",
    Doris Stüben, Zsolt Berner, D. Chandrasekharam and Julie Karmakar, 
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1417-1434 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Groundwater As mobilization in the Bengal Delta Plain, the use of ferralite as a possible remedial measure––a case study",
    R. Bhattacharyya, J. Jana, B. Nath, S. J. Sahu, D. Chatterjee and G. Jacks,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1435-1451 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Mobilisation of arsenic and other trace elements in fluviolacustrine aquifers of the Huhhot Basin, Inner Mongolia", 
    P. L. Smedley, M. Zhang, G. Zhang and Z. Luo,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1453-1477 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Vertical distribution of As(III) and As(V) in a coastal sandy aquifer: factors controlling the concentration and
     speciation of arsenic in the Stuarts Point groundwater system. northern New South Wales, Australia",
    J. V. S. Smith, J. Jankowski and J. Sammut,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1479-1496 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Diagenetic cycling of arsenic in the sediments of eutrophic Baldeggersee, Switzerland", 
    D. Fabian, Z. Zhou, B. Wehrli and G. Friedl,
    Applied Geochemistrym, 18(9):1497-1506 , 10-15 June 2001. (10th Water-Rock Interaction Symposium, Villasimius, Italy.)
    
    "Health Effects and Geochemistry of Arsnic and Lead",
    The Arsenic Problem and Its Awareness in Bangladesh Population: Results of A Large Population-based Survey,
    Arsenic in Drinking Water: An International Conference, Columbia University, November 26-27, 2001.

    "An inter-laboratory comparison of arsenic analysis in Bangladesh",
    Aggarwal, P.K., M. Dargie, M. Groening, K.M. Kulkarni, and J.J. Gibson,
    Unpublished report of the Isotope Hydrology Section, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna (2001).

    "Hidroarsenisimo crónico",
    Baza, D., Iturre de Aguirre, L. and Aguirre, S.,
    Piel, 14:4–8 (2001).

    "Genetic toxicology of a paradoxical human carcinogen, arsenic: a review",
    Basu, A., Mahata, J., Gupta, S., Giri, A.K.,
    Mutat Res May, 488(2):171-94 (2001). 

    "ArsenicContamination of Groundwater and Drinking Water in Vietnam: A Human Health Threat",
    Michael Berg, Hong Con Tran, Thi Chuyen Nguyen, Hung Viet Pham, Roland Schertenleib, and Walter Giger,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 35(13):2621-2626 (2001).

     

    "Groundwater arsenic contamination in Bangladesh",
    Biswas, B.K., U.K. Chowdhury, M.M. Rahman, K. Paul, G. Samanta, T. Roy Chowdhury, B.K. Mandal,
    C.R. Chanda, G.K. Basu, D. Lodh, R.K. Dhar, S.Roy, Q. Quamruzzaman, S.C. Mukherjee and D. Chakraborti, 
    Environmental toxicology of metals and metalloids - environmental chemistry, toxicology and health, Australia (2001).

    "Exposure to arsenic and lead and neuropsychological development in Mexican children",
    Borja, A., Calderón, J., Díaz Barriga, F., Goleen, A., Jiménez, C., Navarro, M., Rodríguez, L. and Santos, D.,
    Environ. Res. Sect., A85:69–76 (2001).

    "Invited  Commentary: Arsenic and Cancer of the Urinary Tract",  
    Kenneth P. Cantor,
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 153(5):419-421 (2001).

    "Characterization of arsenic bearing sediments in Gangetic delta of West Bengal-India",
    Chakraborti, Dipankar, Gautam K. Basu, Bhajan K. Biswas, Uttam K. Chowdhury,
    Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Kunal Paul, Tarit Roy Chowdhury, Chitta R. Chanda, Dilip Lodh, 
    Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, Elsevier, Amsterdam-Lausanne-New York-Oxford-Tokyo (2001).
     
    Chenand Chiou Respond to "Arsenic and Cancer in the Urinary Tract" by Cantor,
    Chien-Jen Chen and Hung-Yi Chiou,
    Journalof Epidemiology, 153 (5): 422-423 (2001).

    "Determination of trivalent methylated arsenicals in biological matrices",
    Del Razo, L. M., Styblo, M., Cullen, W. R., and Thomas, D. J.,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 174: 282-93 (2001).
     
    "Incidence of Transitional Cell Carcinoma and Arsenic in Drinking Water:  
    A Follow-UpStudy of 8, 102 Residents in an Arseniasis-endemic Area in Northeastern Taiwan", 
    Hung-Yi Chiou, Shu-Ti Chiou, Yi-Hsiang Hsu, Yi-Li Chou, Chin-HsiaoTseng, Min-Li Wei and Chien-Jen Chen,
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 153(5):411-418 (2001).

    "Arsenic groundwater contaminationand sufferings of people in West Bengal-India and Bangladesh",
    Chowdhury, U. K., B.K. Biswas, T. Roy Chowdhury, B. K. Mandal, G. Samanta,G. K. Basu,
    C.R. Chanda, D. Lodh, K. C. Saha, D. Chakraborti, S.C. Mukherjee,S. Roy, S. Kabir, Q. Quamruzzaman,
    Trace Elements in Man and Animal, Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York (2001).

    "Cambodia drinking water quality assessment",
    Feldman, P.R. and Rosenboom, J.W.,
    WHO in cooperation with Cambodian Ministry of Rural Development and the Ministry of Industry, Mines, and Energy (2001).

    "DNA damage in buccal epithelial cells from individuals chronically exposed to arsenic via drinking water in Inner Mongolia, China",
    Feng, Z., Xia, Y., Tian, D., Wu, K., Schmitt, M., Kwok, R.K., Mumford, J.L.,
    Anticancer Res, 21(1A):51-7, Jan-Feb (2001).

    "Artificial recharge as a remedial measure for in situ removal of arsenic from the groundwater",
    Jacks, G. , Bhattacharya, P. and Chatterjee, D.,
    Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in the Bengal Delta Plain of Bangladesh:
    Proceedings of the KTH-Dhaka University Seminar, KTH Special Publication, TRITA-AMI Report, 3084:71-75 (2001). (Available online)
     
    "Arsenic removal during conventional aluminium-based drinking-water treatment",
    Jan Gregor, 
    Wat. Res.,  35(7):1659-1664 (2001).
    Abstract: "The changing forms and concentrations of arsenic through aluminium-based coagulation treatment processes were tracked forthree drinking-water treatment plants. This has provided direct evidenceof where and how arsenic is removed. In general, soluble As(V) is convertedto particulate As(V) by adsorption during rapid mixing, and is removed alongwith naturally-occurring particulate arsenic predominantly by clarification. Soluble As(III) tracks through the treatment processes and is converted tosoluble As(V) during final chlorination. The ability of a water treatmentprocess to achieve the maximum acceptable concentration for arsenic in drinkingwater is dependent on the concentration of As(III) in the source water."

    "Arsenic contamination of groudwater a prevalence of arsenical dermatosis in the Hetao plain area, Inner Mongolia, China",
    Guo, X.J., and Fujino, Y.,
    Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 222:137-140 (2001).

     

    "Arsenic alters the function of the glucocorticoidreceptor as a transcription factor",
    Kaltreider, Ronald C., Alisa M. Davis, Jean P. Lariviere, and Joshua W. Hamilton,
    Environ Health Perspect, 109:245-251 (2001).

     

    "Skin cancer risk in relation to toenail arsenic concentrations in a US population-based case-control study",
    Karagas,M.R., Stukel, T.A., Morris, J.S., Tosteson, T.D., Weiss, J.E., Spencer, S.K., Greenberg, E.R.,
    Am J Epidemiol., 153(6):559-65, Mar 15 (2001). 

    "Recent advances in arsenic carcinogenesis: modes of action, animal model systems, and methylated arsenic metabolites",
    Kitchin, K.T.,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 172(3):249-61, May 1 (2001). 

    "Investigation of skin manifestations of arsenicism due to intake of arsenic-contaminated groundwater in residents of Samta, Jessore",
    M. Kurokawa, K. Ogata, M. Idemori, S. Tsumori, H. Miyaguni, S. Inoue, N. Hotta,  
    Bangladesh. Archives of Dermatology, 137(1):102-103 (2001).

    "Arsenicals inhibit thioredoxin reductase in cultured rat hepatocytes",
    Lin, S., Del Razo, L.M., Styblo, M., Wang, C.Q., Cullen, W.R., Thomas, D.J.,
    Chem Res Toxicol 14:305–311 (2001).

    "Desarsenicacion del agua utilizando hidrogel activado de hidroxido de aluminio",
    Luján, J.C.,
    Ciencia, Tecnologia y Medio Ambiente, Unversidad Tecnológia Nacional, Tucumán, 1(1):9-13 (2001).

    "Identification of dimethylarsinous and monomethylarsonous acids in human urine of the arsenic-affected areas in West Bengal, India",
    Mandal, B.K., Ogra, Y., Suzuki, K.T., 
    Chem Res Toxicol, 14(4):371-378 (2001).

    "Methylated trivalent arsenic species are genotoxic", 
    Mass, M.J., Tennant, A., Roop, B.C., Cullen, W.R., Styblo, M., Thomas, D.J., Kligerman, A.D.,
    ChemRes Toxicol, 14(4):355-361, Apr 16 (2001). 

    "Arsenic in groundwater: testing pollution mechanisms for sedimentary aquifers in Bangladesh",
    McArthur, J.M., Ravenscroft P., Safiullah S. and Thirlwall M.F.,
    Water Resources Research, 37(1):109-117 (2001).

    "Treatment of arsenic in Bangladesh well water using a household co-precipitation and filtration system.",
    Meng, X., G. P. Korfiatis, Christodoulatos, C., Bang, S.,
    Water Research, 35(12): 2805-2810 (2001).
     
    "Surface complexation modeling of arsenic in natural water and sediment systems",
    Gregory P. Miller,  Ph.D. dissertation,
    New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (2002).
    (Available online: (1) Dissertation text and (2) additional info (data, models, etc.) by FTP to ftp://ftp.nmt.edu/pub/geochem/Appendix C/ )

    "ChronicArsenic Poisoning and Respiratory Effects in Bangladesh",
    Milton A.H., Hasan Z., Rahman A., Rahman M.,
    Journal of Occupational Health, 43:136-140 (2001).

    "Respiratory effects and arsenic contaminated well water"
    Milton A.H., Rahman M., 
    In Press, Asia-Pacific Journal Public Health (2001).

    "Arsenic in groundwater in the Bengal Delta Plain: Slow Poisoning in Bangladesh",
    Mukherjee, A.B., and Bhattacharya, P.,
    Env. Rev., 9:189-220 (2001). (Available online)

    "Buerger disease or arsenic intoxication?",
    Noel, B.,
    Arch. Intern. Med., 161:1016, Apr 9 (2001).

    "Thromboangiitis obliterans a new look for an old disease",
    Noel, B.,
    Int. J. Cardiol., 78:199 (2001).

    "Laboratory and field assessment of arsenic testing field kits in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India",
    Pande, S.P., Deshpande, L.S., Kaul, S.N.,
    Environ Monit Assess., 68(1):1-18, Apr (2001).

    "Monomethylarsonous acid (MMA(III)) and arsenite: LD50 in hamsters and in vitro inhibition of pyruvate dehydrogenase",
    Petrick, J.S., Jagadish, B., Mash, E.A., Aposhian, H.V.,
    Chem Res Toxicol, 14:651–656 (2001).

    "QuantitativeRelationship between Arsenic Exposure and AP-1 ActivityinMouse UrinaryBladder Epithelium",
    Petia P. Simeonova, Shiyi Wang, Michael L. Kashon, Choudari Kommineni, Eric Crecelius and Michael I. Luster,
    Toxicological Sciences, 60:279-284 (2001).

    "A possible mechanism for nitric oxide dysfunction induced by prolonged arsenic exposure",
    Pi J.B., Kumagai Y., Yamauchi H., Nikaido M., Horikuchi S., Sun Y., Li S., Sun G.F., Shimojo N.,
    2nd Conference on Fluoride and Arsenic Research of China Fluoride and Arsenic Society, Taiyuan, China (2001).

    "Arsenic exposure and health effects",
    Rahman, M., and Axelson, O.,
    Proceedings of the Forth International Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, Elsevier Science, Ltd., 193-199 (2001).

    "Chronic arsenic toxicity in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India: A Review and Commentary",
    Rahman, M., Chowdhury, U., Mukherjee, S., Mondal, B., Paul, K., Lodh, D., Biswas, B., Chanda,
    C., Basu, G., Saha, K., Roy, S., Das, R., Palit, S., Quamruzzaman, Q., Chakraborti, D.,
    Clinical Toxicology, 39(7): 683-700 (2001).  

    "Geochemical & palaeohydrological controls on pollution of groundwater by arsenic",
    Ravenscroft, P., McArthur, J.M. and Hoque, B.A.,
    Proceedings of the 4th Int. Conf. Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, San Diego (2001).


    "Basic principles of groundwater flow and considerations for sampling of arsenic",
    Sracek, A., Bhattacharya, P. and Jacks, G.,
    Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in the Bengal Delta Plain of Bangladesh:
    Proceedings of the KTH-Dhaka University Seminar, KTH Special Publication, TRITA-AMI Report, 3084:3-8 (2001). (Available online)

    "Mobility of arsenic and geochemical modeling in groundwater environment",
    Sracek, A., Bhattacharya, P., Jacks, G., and Gustafsson, J.P. (2001)
    Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in the Bengal Delta Plain of Bangladesh:
    Proceedings of the KTH-Dhaka University Seminar, KTH Special Publication, TRITA-AMI Report, 3084:9-20 (2001). (Available online)

    "Application of isotopes in contaminant hydrogeology and implications for the investigation of
     arsenic contamination in the Bengal Delta Plains"
    ,
    Sracek, A., Bhattacharya, P., Jacks, G., and Gustafsson, J.P. (2001)
    Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in the Bengal Delta Plain of Bangladesh:
    Proceedings of the KTH-Dhaka University Seminar, KTH Special Publication, TRITA-AMI Report, 3084:76-84 (2001). (Available online)


    "Removal of arsenic in drinking water by iron oxide-coated sand and ferrihydrite - batch studies",
    O.S. Thirunavukkarasu, T. Viraraghavan, and K. S. Subramanian, 
    Water Quality Research, Journal of Canada, 36(1): 55-70 (2001).

    "Relationship between Consumption of Arsenic-Contaminated Well Water and Skin Disordersin Huhhot, Inner Mongolia",
    Tucker et al,  
    Report to ASTDR, July (2001).

    "Role of metabolism in arsenic toxicity",
    Vahter, M., and Concha, G.,
    Pharmacol Toxicol., 89: 1-5 (2001).
     

    United Nations Synthesis Report on Arsenic in Drinking Water:
    (1) "Towards an assessment of the socioeconomic impact of arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh",
        World Health Organization (WHO) Report, Geneva, WHO/SDE/WSH/00.4.

    (2) "Guidelines for Drinking-Water Quality: Arsenic in Drinking Water",

        World Health Organization (WHO) Fact Sheet No. 210.

    (3) "Preliminary study on arsenic contamination in selected areas of Myanmar",

        Water Resources Utilization Department (WRUD) in the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation of Myanmar, Rangun, Myanmar, 2001.

    (4) "Environmental Health Criteria 224: Arsenic and Arsenic Compounds",
        World Health Organization (WTO), Finland, 2001 Second.

    (5) "Underestimating  Arsenic's Risk",
        Wilson, R., Regulation, 24(3):50-53 (2001).



    "Arseniccontamination of ground and pond water and water purification system usingpond water in Bangladesh",
    H. Yokota, K. Tanabe, M. Sezaki, Y. Akiyoshi, T. Miyata, K. Kawahara, S. Tsushima, H. Hironaka,
    H. Takafuji, M. Rahman, Sk.A. Ahmad, M.H.S.U.Sayed, and M.H. Faruquee,

    Engineering Geology, 60 (1-4):323-331 (2001).

    "HumicAcids from Endemic Arsenocosis areas in inner Mongolia and from the Balckfoot-diseaseareas in Taiwan: A Comparative Study",
    Yu Xiaoying,  
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 23:27-42 (2001).
     
    "Element concentrations in urine of patients suffering from chronic arsenic poisoning",  
    Xie Y, Miyamoto H, Kondo M, Koga H, Zhang A, Ohmichi M, Inaba Y, Chiba M., 
    J. Exp. Med., 193(3):229-35, Mar (2001)

    "Project: As Mobilization in Bangladesh Groundwater",
    Zheng, Y. , R.K. Dhar, M. Stute, A.F. van Geen, A. Horneman, I. Gavrieli, R. Versteeg,
    M. Steckler, S. Goodbred, H.J. Simpson, Z. Cheng, K.M. Ahmed, M. Shamsudduha, and M. Shahnewaz
    ,
    Columbia University (2001).  (contact: yzheng@ldeo.columbia.edu)






    2000  top



    "DNA hypermethylation in tumorigenesis: epigenetics joins genetics",
    Baylin, S.B. and Herman, J.G.,
    Trends Genet., 16:168-174 (2000).

    "Health Effects and Geochemistry of Arsnic and Lead",
    Proceedings of the 31st International Geological Congress,
    Arsenic in Groundwater of Sedimentary Aquifer, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), August 3-5 (2000).

    "Occurrence of monomethylarsonous acid in urine of humans exposed to inorganic arsenic",
    Aposhian, H.V., Gurzau, E.S., Le, X.C., Gurzau, A., Healy, S.M., Lu, X., et al.,
    Chem Res Toxicol, 13:693–697 (2000).

    "A comment onsome epidemiological observations on non-malignant chronic effectsof arsenicexposure",
    Axelson, O., Rahmanm, M., et al.,
    European J. Oncology, (5): 63-68 (2000).

    "Basal cell carcinoma in chronic arsenicism occurring in Queensland, Australia, after ingestion of an asthma medication",
    J Am Acad Dermatol., 43(4): 664-9, October (2000).
    (Cancer and Epidemiology Unit, Queensland Institute of Medical Research, Queensland, Australia.)

    "Groundwater arsenic poisoning and a solution to the arsenic disaster in Bangaldesh",
    Bridge T.E., and Husain, Meer T., (2000).

    "Half of Bangladesh population at risk of arsenic poisoning",
    Mudur, Ganapati,
    British Medical Journal, 320:822, 25 March (2000).

    "Arsenic and certain arsenic compounds",
    In Reports on Carcinogens, First and Subsequent 2nd-9th (1980-2000):17-19,
    National Toxicology Program, Research Triangle Park, NC (2000).

    "Groundwater arsenic calamity in West Bengal-Indiaand Bangladesh",
    U.K. Chowdhury, B. K. Biswas, G. Samanta, B. K. Mandal, T. Roy Chowdhury,
    R. K. Dhar, G. K. Basu, C. R. Chanda, K. C. Saha, S. Roy, S. Kabir and D. Chakraborti,
    Bioavailability and its potential role in risk assessment, Publisher: John Wiley (2000). (in press)

    "Groundwater arsenic contamination in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India",
    Chowdhury, U., Biswas, B., Chowdhury, T., Samanta, G., Basu, G., Chanda, C., Lodh,
    K., Mukherjee, S., Roy, S., Kabir, S., Quamruzzaman, Q., Chakraborti, D.,
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 108: 393-397 (2000).  

    "Arsenic groundwater contamination and sufferings of people in West Bengal-India and Bangladesh",
    U. K. Chowdhury, B. K. Biswas, T. Roy Chowdhury, B. K. Mandal, G.Samanta, G. K. Basu,
    C.R. Chanda, D. Lodh, K. C. Saha, D. Chakraborti. S.C. Mukherjee, S. Roy, S. Kabir, Q. Quamruzzaman,
    Trace Elements in Man and Animal, Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York (2000). (in press)

    "Groundwater arsenic contamination and sufferings of people in Bangladesh",
    U.K. Chowdhury, B. K. Biswas, R. K. Dhar, G. Samanta, B.K. Mandal,T. Roy Chowdhury, Kabir, S. Roy and D. Chakraborti,   
    Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd. (2000). (in press)

    "Morethan 100 million people are at risk from groundwater arsenic contaminationin Bangladesh and West Bengal-India",
    U.K. Chowdhury, B. K. Biswas, T. Roy Chowdhury, G. Samanta, B. K.Mandal, G. K. Basu, C.R. Chanda,
    D. Lodh, K. C. Saha, S. C. Mukherjee,S. Roy, S. Kabir, Q. Quamruzzaman and D. Chakraborti,
    Environmental Health Perspectives, (2000). (in press)
     

    DCH and Jadvapur University : "Report on 239 day field surveyending in April 2000" .

     

    "Arsenite inducesDNA-protein crosslink and cytokeratin expression in the WRL-68 human hepatic cell line",
    Del Razo, L., Gonsebatt, M., Gutiérrez, M. and Ramírez, P.,
    Press. Carcinogen., 21(4):701–706 (2000).

    "Lung cancer and arsenic concentrations in drinking water in Chile",
    Ferreccio C., C. Gonzalez, V. Milosavjlevic, G. Marshall, A.M. Sancha, A.H. Smith,
    Epidemiology, 11(6):673–679 (2000).

    "Arsenic in Drinking Water and the Prevalence of Respiratory Effects in West Bengal, India",
    D. N. Guha Mazumder, R. Haque, N. Ghosh, B.K. De, A. Santra, D. Chakraborti and A. H. Smith, 
    International Journal of Epidemiology, (2000). (in press)

    "Does arsenic exposure increase the risk for circulatory disease?",
    I. Hertz-Picciotto, H.M. Arrighi and S.W. Hu,
     American Journal of Epidemiology, 151 (2): 174-181 (2000).

    "Chronic arsenic exposure and risk of infant mortality in two areas of Chile",
    Hopenhayn-Rich, C., Browning, S. R., Hertz- Picciotto, I., Ferreccio, C., and Gibb, H.,
    Environ Health Perspect, 108: 667-73 (2000).

    "Lake and reservoir water quality affected by metals leaching from the tropical soils, Bangladesh",
    Islam, Md. R., Lahermo, P., Salminen, R., Rojstaczer, S. and Peuraniemi, V.,
    Environmental Geology, 39(10):1083-1089 (2000).

    "Arsenicand other toxic elemental contamination of groundwater, surface water andsoil in Bangladesh
     and their possible effects on human health",
    Islam, Md. R., Salminen, R. and Lahermo, P.,  
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 22:33-53 (2000).

    "High-fluoride groundwaters in India",
    Jacks, G., P. Bhattacharya, and Singh, K.P.,
    Groundwater, 193-194 (2000).

    "Arsenic in groundwater and redox conditions in the Bengal delta - possible in situ remediation",
    Jacks, G., Bhattacharya, P.,  K.M. Ahmed, and D. Chatterjee,
    Proceedings of International Conference on Integrated Water Resource Management for Sustainable Development (ICIWRM), 413-418 (2000).

    "Is the Human Carcinogen Arsenic Carcinogenic to Laboratory Animals?",
    James Huff, Po Chan and Abraham Nyska,
    Toxicological Sciences, 55(17-23):17-23 (2000).

    "A renovative low cost technique for removal of arsenic from groundwater- Integrated field study",
    Jana, J., Sahu, S.J., Roy, S., Mukherjee, M., Bhattacharya, R., Chatterjee, D., De Dalal, S.S., Bhattacharya, P., Jacks, G.,
    Groundwater, 255-256 (2000).

    "Determination of monomethylarsonous acid, a key arsenic methylation intermediate, in human urine",
    Le, X.C., Ma, M., Cullen, W.R., Aposhian, H.V., Lu, X., Zheng, B.,
    Environmental Health Perspective, 108(11):1015-8, November (2000).

    "Metallothionein-I/II null mice are more sensitive than wild-type mice to the
     hepatotoxic andnephrotoxic effects of chronic oral or injected inorganic arsenicals",
    Liu J., Liu Y., Robert A.G., Achanzar W., Waalkes M.P.,
    Toxicol Sci., 55:460-467 (2000).

    "Respiratory Cancer in A Cohort of Copper Smelter Workers: results from more than 50 years of follow-up",
    Lubin J.H., Pottern L.M., Stone B.J., and Fraumeni J.F. Jr.,
    Am J Epidemiol, 151(6):554-565, Mar 15 (2000).

    "Arsenic in groundwater: testing pollution mechanisms for sedimentary aquifers in Bangladesh",
    McArthur, J.M., Ravenscroft P., Safiullah S. and Thirlwall M.F.,
    Water Resources Research, 2000. (in press)

    "The governing geochemical processes for mobilization of arsenic in sedimentary aquifer of Bengal Delta Plain",
    Mukherjee, M., Sahu, S.J., Roy, S., Jana, J., Bhattacharya, R., Chatterjee, D., De Dalal, S.S., Bhattacharya, P. and  Jacks, G.,
    Groundwater, 201-202 (2000).

    "Arsenic in drinking water",
    National Research Council (NRC),
    Second Washington D.C., National Academy Press (2000).

    "Risk of Internal Cancers from Arsenic in Drinking Water",
    Morales K.H., Ryan L., Kuo T.-L., Wu M.M., and Chen C.-J.,
    Environmental Health Perspect., 108:655-661 (2000).

    "Mechanism of Arsenic Release to Groundwater, Bangladesh and West Bengal",
    Nickson, R.T., McArthur J.M., Ravenscroft,P., Burgess, W.G., and Ahmed K.M.,
    Applied Geochemistry, 15:403-413 (2000).

    "Bacterial dissimilatory reduction of arsenate and sulfate in meromictic Mono Lake, California",
    Oremland, R.S., P.R. Dowdle, S. Hoeft, J.O. Sharp, J.K. Schaefer, L.G. Miller, J. Switzer Blum, R.L. Smith, N.S. Bloom, and D. Wallschlaeger,
    Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta., 64(17):3073-3084 (2000).

    "Dissimilatory reduction ofselenate and arsenate in nature",
    Oremland, R. S., and J. F. Stolz,
    Environmental Metal-Microbes Interactions, ASM Press, 199-224 (2000).

    "Decreased serum concentrations of nitric oxide metabolites among Chinese
     in an endemic area of chronicarsenic poisoning in Inner Mongolia",
    Pi J.B., Kumagai Y., Sun G.F. Yamauchi H., Yoshida T., Iso H., Endo A., Yu L.Y., Yuki K., Miyauchi T., Shimojo N.,
    Free Rad Biol Med., 28:1137-1142 (2000).

    "Technologies and costs for removal of arsenic from drinking water",
    Pirnie, M.,
    US EPA Report, 815-R-00-028 (2000).

    "Arsenic ingestion and health effects: Consequences of well-water arsenic levels more than 50 ppb--A Review",
    Rahman, M.,
    Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition (2002). (to be submitted)

    "Arsenic related Palmar Keratosis, Apoptosis and Skin Cancer",
    Rahman, M., Soderkvist, P., Tondel, M., et al.,
    Environmental Health Perspectives (manuscript).

    "Environmental pollution and nonmalignant chronic effects of arsenic exposure",
    Rahman, M.,
    Abstract published at International Conference on Bangladesh Environment, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 14-15th January (2000).

    "Chronic arsenic poisoning: a case report on Palmar Keratosis, Lung Cancer, and Metastasis",
    Rahman, M., et al.,
    Br J Dermatol, (to be submitted).

    "Arsenic in drinking water and skin lesions",
    Rahman, M., et al.,
    Healthy Workers, Healthy Workplace: A New Millenium, Singapore, 27 August -1st September (2000).
    (Abstract was published at 26th International Congress on Occupational Health (ICOH2000).)

     

    "Arsenic geochemistry of Tala groundwater and sediments from Satkhira District, Bangladesh",
    Routh, J., P. Bhattacharya, G. Jacks, K.M. Ahmed, A.A. Khan, & M.M. Rahman,
    Eos Trans American Geophysical Union, 81(48):550 (2000).

     

     

    "Monomethylarsonic acid reductase and monomethylarsonous acid in hamster tissue",
    Sampayo-Reyes A., Zakharyan R.A., Healy S.M., Aposhian H.V.,
    ChemRes Toxicol., 13:1181-1186 (2000).

     


    "Estímate of the current exposure of the urban population of northern Chile to arsenic",
    Sancha, A.M. and Frenz, P.,
    Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Drinking Water Risk Assessment and Management, 260:3–8 (2000).

    "The removal of arsenic from drinking water and associated costs: the Chilean case",
    Sancha, A.M., O'Ryan, R. and Pérez, O.,
    Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Drinking Water Risk Assessment and Management, 260:17-25 (2000).

    "Source and behaviour of arsenic in natural waters",
    Smedley, P.L. and Kinniburgh, D.G.,
    U.N. Synthesis Report on Arsenic in Drinking Waters, World Health Organization (WHO), Geneve, Switzerland, 1–61 (2001).

    "Arsenic and other redox-sensitive elements in groundwater from the Huhhot Basin, Inner Mongolia",
    Smedley, P.L., Zhang, M., Zhang, G.Y. and Luo, Z.D., 
    Water Rock Interaction, 1: 581–584 (2001).

    "Arsenic-inducedskin lesions among Atacameno people in Northern Chile despite good nutritionand centuries of exposure",
    Smith, A.H., Arroyo, A.P., Mazumder, D.N.G., et al.,
    Environmental  Health Perspectives (submitted).

    "Contaminationof drinking water by arsenic in Bangladesh: a public health emergency",
    Bulletin World Health Organization, 78(9):1093-1103 (2000).

    "An assessment of alternative methods of providing arsenic free water in villages of North 24-Pargamas, West Bengal, India",
    Smith, M.M.H.,
    Proceedings of International Seminar of Changing Environmental Scenario of India and Adjacent Countries,
    Since Independence and XII Annual conference of Indian Institute of Geomorphologists, Calcutta, India, 36:421-428 (2001).

     

    "Marked increase in bladder and lung cancer mortality in a region of Northern Chile due to arsenic in drinking water",
    Smith, A.H., Goycolea, M., Haque, R. and Biggs, M.L.,
    Am. J. Epidemiol., 147(7):660–66 (1998).

    "Groundwater arsenic in the Bengal Delta Plains: A sedimentary geochemical overview",
    Sracek, A., Bhattacharya, P., Jacks, G., Chatterjee, D., Larsson, M. & Leiss, A.,
    Proceedings of the International Seminar on Applied Hydrogeochemistry, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India, 47-56 (2000).

    "Arsenic in Drinking Water and Bladder Cancer",
    Steinmaus, C., Moore, L., Hopenhayn-Rich, C., Biggs, M.L., and Smith, A.H.,
    Cancer Invest., 18(2):174-182, Febuary (2000).

    "Comparative toxicity of trivalent and pentavalent inorganic and methylated arsenicals in rat and human cells",
    Styblo, M., Del Razo, L. M., Vega, L., Germolec, D. R., LeChryse, E. L., Hamilton, G.A.,
    Reed, W., Wang, C., Cullen, W. R., and Thomas, D. J.,
    Archives of Toxicology, 74: 289-299 (2000).

    "Detecting bioavailable toxic metals and metalloids from natural water samples usingluminescent sensor bacteria",
    S.M. Tauriainen, M.P.J. Virta and M.T. Karp,
     Water Research, 34(10), 1 July (2000).

    "Arsenic in Ground Water of the United States: Occurrence and Geochemistry",
    Welch, A.H., Westjohn, D.B., Helsel, D.R., Wanty, R.B., (2000).

    "The stability of iron phases presently used for disposal frommetallurgical systems - A review",
    Welham, N.J., Malatt, K.A., Vukcevic, S.,
    Minerals Engineering, 13(8-9):911-931, August (2000).

    Abstract: The current phases used for the disposal of iron and arsenical wastes, jarosite and scorodite, are examined from a thermodynamic viewpoint using critically assessed data. For scorodite,it is demonstrated that the differences in the solubility reported in theliterature are due to starting phases of differing crystallinity. Contour plots of solubility vs pH and activity are presented for both scorodite and jarosite and show that the minimum solubility is achieved for pH 4-7. However, neither phase is stable towards transformation to goethite withscorodite only stable below pH 4 and jarosite below pH 7 The practicalitiesand implications of the disposal of these phasesis discussed and recommendations for future disposal options are made.

     

    "The effect of solution speciation on iron-sulphur-arsenic-chloridesystems at 298 K",
    Welham, N.J., Malatt, K.A., Vukcevic, S.,
    Hydrometallurgy, 57(3):209-223, October (2000).

    Abstract: The speciation in solution of a number of metallurgically importantiron-bearing systems are calculated from critically reviewed data. In acidicsolution, Fe2+ and Fe3+ are the predominantiron species, although ferric ion hydrolyses to Fe(OH)(2)(+) above pH 2. For sulphate and arsenate, HSO4- and H3AsO4 predominate up to pH similar to 2 where deprotonation occurs and sulphateand dihydrogen arsenate ions become predominant. For arsenite, the major species is H3AsO3 for all acidic pH. In ferric systems where complexinganions are present, the situation is somewhat different, although all systemsare substantially dependent upon the concentrationof the anions. In the presence of arsenate and sulphate, ferric ion readilycomplexes to form charged anions, arsenate complexesbeing more favourable than sulphate in mixed solutions. Chloride playsonly a minor role with complexation only occurring at concentrations close to unity. The importance of the solution speciationis discussed with reference to both leaching of iron minerals and in oxidative leaching using ferric ions.
     

     

    "GIS and Modelling in the Management of Rural Water Supply",
    van Wonderen, J. and Ravenscroft, P.,
    Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Challenges of the Millennium, 26th WEDC Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 5-9 November (2000).

    "Arsenic methylation capacity and skin cancer",
    Yu, R.C., Hsu, K.H., Chen, C.J., Froines, J.R.,
    Cancer, 2000.

    "Studies examine Bangladesh arssenic Contamination Problems",
    Zielinksi, S.,
    EOS, 87(3):26 (2006).

    "Mobilization of arsenite by dissimilatory reduction of adsorbed arsenate",
    Zobrist, J., P.R. Dowdle, J.A. Davis, and R.S. Oremland,
    Environmental Science and Technology,  34(22): 4747 - 4753 (2000).


     

    1999  top


    "Arsenic Health effects, Mechanisms  of Actions, and Research Issue",
    Abernathy, C.O., Liu, Y.P., Longellow, D., Aposhian H.V., Beck, B., Fowler B.,
    Geyser R., Menzer, R., Rossman, T., Thompson C., and Waalkes,M.,
    Envir Health Prespect., 107 :593-597 (1999).

    "Arsenic poisoning in the Ganges delta (brief communication)",
    Acharyya, S. K., P. Chakraborty, et al.,
    Nature, 401:545 (1999).

    "Dimethylarsenic acid effects on six biochemical parameters in B6C3F1 mice",
    Ahmad S., Anderson W.A., Kitchin K.T.,
    ToxicolSci., 48(suppl):535 (1999).

    "Environmental impact ofarsenic in Austria and Bangladesh: its distribution and fractionation inrelation to soil properties",
    Ahmed, Mushtaq,
    Ph.D. Thesis, Institute of Soil Research, University of Agriculture, Vienna, Austria, 1-190, June (1999).

    "Effects of dietary dimethylarsinicacid on the urine and urothelium of rats"
    Arnold. L. L., Cano, M., St. John, M., Eldan, M., van Gemert, M.,and Cohen, S. M.,
    Carcinogenesis, 20:2171-2179 (1999).

    "Toxicological profile for arsenic",
    Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Atlanta, GA (1999).

    "Stimulation of reactive oxygen, but not reactive nitrogen species, in vascular endothelial cells exposed to low levels of arsenite",
    Barchowsky A., Klei L.R., Dudek E.J., Swartz H.M., James P.E.,
    Free Rad Biol Med., 27:1405-1412 (1999).

    "High concentrations of heavy metals in neighborhoods near ore smelters in northern Mexico",
    Benin A.L., Sargent J.D., Dalton M., Roda S.,
    Environmental  Health Perspective, 107(4):279-84, April (1999) . 

    "Preventionof cytotoxic effects of arsenic by short-term dietary supplementation withselenium in mice in vivo ",
    Biswas, S., G. Talukder, et al.,
    Mutation Research, 441(1):155-160 (1999).

    "Excretion of Arsenic in Urine as a Function ofExposure to Arsenic in Drinking Water",  
    Calderon, Rebecca L., Edward Hudgens, X. Chris Le, Dina Schrenemachers and David J. Thomas,
    EnvironmentalHealth Perspectives, 107(8):663-667, August (1999).

    "High Incidence of Arsenic in Ground Water in West Bengal"
    Chadha D.K. and Sinha Ray S.P.,
    Central Ground Water Board, Ministry of Water Resources, Faridabad, India, July (1999).

    "Arsenicgroundwater contamination and sufferings of people in Rajnandgaon district,Madhya Pradesh, India",
    D. Chakraborti, B.K. Biswas, T. Roy Chowdhury, G.K. Basu, B.K. Mandal, U. K. Chowdhury,
    S.C. Mukherjee, J.P. Gupta, S.R. Chowdhury, K.C. Rathore,
    Current Science, 77(4):502-504 (1999).

    "Arsenic Orphans"
    Dipankar Chakraborti,
    Banabithi, Environmental Special Issue, Department of Environment & Forest, Government of West Bengal, India, 7-16 (1999).

    "Hydrogeological investigation of ground water arsenic contamination in south Calcutta",
    Chatterjee, A. and A. Mukherjee,  
    Sci Total Environ., 225(3): 249-62 (1999).

    "Determination of total arsenic concentrations in nails by inductively coupled plasmamass spectrometry",
    Chen K.L.B., Amarasiriwardena C.J., Christiani D.C.,
    Biol Trace Element Res., 67:109-125 (1999).

    "Arsenic treatment considerations",
    Chen H.-W., M.M. Frey, et al., 
    Journal AWWA, 91(3):74-85 (1999).

    "Profileof Urinary Arsenic Metabolites in Children Chronically Exposed to InorganicArsenic in Mexico",
    Del Razo Luz M, García-Vargas Gonzalo G., HernándezMaría C, Gomez-Muñoz Aristides, Cebrián Mariano E.,
    Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, Elsevier Science, 281-287 (1999).

    "Arsenic-induced oxidative stress and its reversibility following combined administration of N-acetylcysteine
     and MESO 2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid in rats",
    Flora S.J.S.,
    Clin Exp Pharm Physiol., 26:865-869 (1999).

    "The enigma of arseniccareinogenesis: Role of metabolism"
    Goering, P. L., Aposhian, H. V., Mass. M. J., Cebrian, M., Beck,B.D., and Waalkes, M. P.,
    Toxicol. Sci., 49:5-14 (1999).

    "Arsenic exposure, the NAT2 genotype and bladder cancer in theBlackfoot Endemic Area of Taiwan",
    Guo, Y.L., H.J. Su, M.D. Lai, J.D. Huang, Y.W. Cheng and D.C. Christiani,
    Pharmacogen., (1999). (in press)

    "Environmental pollution and chronic arsenicosis in Bangladesh",
    Hasnat A.H. and Rahman M.,
    J. Occup. Health., 41 (1999). (in press)

    "Altered Activity of Heme Biosynthesis Pathway Enzymes in Individuals ChronicallyExposed to Arsenic in Mexico",
    Hernández-Zavala, Araceli, Luz M. Del Razo, Gonzalo García-Vargas, Carolina Aguilar,
    Victor H. Borja, Arnulfo Albores and Mariano E. Cebrián,
    Archives of Toxicology, 73:90-95 (1999).

    "Absence of Prenatal Developmental Toxicity from Inhaled Arsenic Trioxide in Rats",
    Holston J.F., Stump D.G., Ulrich C.E. and Farr C.H.,
    Technological Sciences, 51:87-97 (1999).

    "Arsenic field measurement - A field-deployable instrument for the measurement and speciation of arsenic in potable water",
    Huilang Huang and Purnendu K. Dasgupta,
    Analytica Chimica Acta, 380:27-37 (1999).

    "Arsenictrioxide selectivity induces acute promyelocytic leukemia cell apoptosis via a hydrogen peroxide-dependent pathway",
    Jing Y.K., Dai J., Chalmers-Redman R.M.E., Tatton W.G., Waxman S.,
    Blood, 94:2102-2111 (1999).
     
    "Arsenic removal from water supplies in northem Chile using ferric chloride coagulation",
    Karcher, S., Cáceres, L., Jekel, M. and Contreras, R.,
    J. Chart. Inst. Water Environ. Manag., 13(3):164–169 (1999).

    "Arsenic concentrations in well water and risk of bladder and kidney cancer",
    Kurrtio P., Pukkala E., Kahelin, H., et al.,
    EHP, 107(9) (1999).

    "Geochemistry of an Arsenic Anomaly in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica",
    Lalor G., Rattray R., Simpson P. and Vutchkov M.K.,
    Environmental Chemistry and Health, 21(1):3-11, March (1999).

    "Arsenic Crisis Spurs Scientists: Bangladesh-born U.S.scientists press hard for policy influence
     in arsenic contamination crisis in their native land",
    Lepkowski, Wil.,
    Chemical and Engineering News, 77(20):45-49, May 17th (1999).

    "Drinking Water Arsenicin Utah: A Cohort Mortality Study",
    Lewis, D. R., J. W. Southwick, et al., 
    Environ Health Perspect  107(5): 359-65, May (1999).

    "Methylarsenicals and arsinothiols are potent inhibitors of mouse liver thioredoxin reductase",
    Lin S., Cullen W.R., Thomas DJ.,
    Chem Res Toxicol, 12:924–930 (1999).

    "Groundwater arsenic contamination and sufferings of people in West Bengal, India and Bangladesh: status report up to March 1998",
    B.K. Mandal, B.K. Biswas, R.K. Dhar, T. Roy Chowdhury, G. Samanta,
    G.K. Basu, C.R. Chanda, K.C. Saha, S. Kabir, S. Roy and D. Chakraborti,
    Metals and Genetics, 3: 41-65 (1999).

    "The role of oxidative DNA damage in human arsenic carcinogenesis:
     Detection of 8-Hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine in arsenic-related Bowen's disease",
    Matsui M., Nishigori C., Toyokuni S., Takada J., Akaboshi M., Ishikawa M., Imamura S., Miyachi Y.,
    J Invest Dermatol, 113:26-31 (1999).

    "Arsenic poisoning in the Ganges delta (Reply)",
    Nature, 401: 546 (1999).

    "Arsenicosis and deteriorating groundwater quality: Unfolding crisis in central-east Indian region (Rajnandgaon district, Madhya Pradesh)",
    Pandey P.K., Khare R.N., Sharma R.,  Sar S.K., Pandey M., and Binayake P.,
    Current Science, Bangalore, 77(5):686-692, 10 September (1999).

    "Chronic environmental arsenic poisoning",
    Thada Piamphongsant,
    International Journal of Dermatology, 38: 401-410 (1999).

    "Hypertension and arsenic exposure in Bangladesh",
    Rahman, M., M. Tondel, et al.,
    Hypertension, 33(1):74-8 (1999).

    "The Relationship of Arsenic Levels in Drinking Water and the Prevalence Rate of Skin Lesions in Bangladesh"
    Rahman, M., Tondel, M.,
    Environ Health Perspect, 107(9):727-729, September (1999).

    "Relations between arsenic exposure, skin lesions, and glucosuria",
    Rahman, M., Tondel, M., Chowdhury, I.A., Axelson, O.,
    Occupational Environmental Medicine, 1999(56):277-281 (1999).

    "Arsenic levels and prevalence of skin lesions",
    Rahman, M.,
    Abstract published on 8 th Annual Scientific Conference (ASCON), Dhaka, Bangladesh (1999).
      
    "Hypertension and arsenic exposure in Bangladesh",
    Rahman, M., Tondel, M., Chowdhury, I.A., Faruquee, M.H., Ahmad, S.A., Axelson, O.,
    Hypertension, 33:74-8 (1999). 

    "Arsenic induced keratosis and squmous cell carcinoma",
    Rahman, M.,
    Abstract published on 18th Annual convention of Indian association for Cancer Research organized by AIIMS, 19-21th February (1999).

    "Arsenic levels and prevalence of skin lesions",
    Rahman, M.,
    Abstract published on IEA (XI Meeting of International Epidemiological Conference, Florence), 29 August-4 September (1999).

    "Arsenic in soils of eastern Bangladesh",
    Stuart Rojstaczer and Mohammed Riajul Islam,
    Submitted to Environmental Sciences & Technology (1999).

    "An overview of the Hydrogeology of Bangladesh",
    Ravenscroft, P.,
    BCAS University Press(1999).

    "Geology of Bangladesh",
    Reiman, K.U.,
    Gebruder Borntraeger, Berlin - Stuttgart (1993).

    "Expression cloning for arsenite-resistance resulted in isolation of tumor-suppressor fau Carcinogenesis",
    Rossman, T.G. and Wang, Z.,
    Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, 233-241 (1999).
    Environ. Health Perspect., 107: 593-597, 20:311-316 (1999).

    "Extremely high concentration of arsenic and its speciation in groundwater from Bangladesh",
    Salminen, R., Islam, Md. R., and Lahermo, P.,
    Geological Survey of Finland, Special paper, 27: 103 - 106 (1999).

    "Slow Injectionion Hydride Generation Atomic Absorption Spectrometry for determination of
     arsenic in water and biological samples from arsenic affected districts of west Bengal, India and Bangladesh",
    Samanta, T. Roy Chowdhury, B. K. Mandal, B.K. Biswas, U.K. Chowdhury, G. K. Basu, R. Chanda, D. Lodh and D. Chakraborti,
    Microchemical Journal, 62:174-191 (1999).

    "A market basket survey of inorganic arsenic in food",
    Schoof, R., L. Yost, et al., 
    Food Chem Toxicol, 37(8): 839-46 (1999).

    "Bacterial respiration of arsenic and selenium",
    Stolz, J.F., and R.S. Oremland,
    FEMS Microbiol. Rev., 23: 615 - 627 (1999).

    "Sulfurospirillum barnesii sp. nov., Sulfurospirillum arsenophilus sp. nov., and the Sulfurospirillum clade in the Epsilon Proteobacteria",
    Stolz, J.F., D.J. Ellis, J. Switzer Blum, D. Ahmann, D.R. Lovley,and R.S. Oremland.,
    Int.J. Syst. Bacteriol., 49:1177-1180 (1999).

    "Dietary arsenic intake in the United States: FDA Total Diet Study, September 1991-December 1996",
    S.S. Tao and P.M. Bolger,
    Food Addit Contam., 16:465-472, November (1999).

    "Therelationship of arsenic levels in drinking water and the prevalence rate of skin lesions in Bangladesh",
    Tondel, M., Rahman, M., Magnuson, A., Chowdhury, I.A., Faruquee, M.H., Ahmad, S.A.,
    Environ. Health Perspect., 107: 727-729 (1999).

    "Variation in Human Metabolism of Arsenic",
    Vahter, Marie,
    Oxford: Elsevier Science Ltd. (1999).

    "Non-linearity in the Lung Cancer Dose-Response for Air-bourne Arsenic:
     apparent confounding by year of hire in evaluating lung cancer risks from arsenic exposure in Tacoma smelter workers",
    Viren J. and Silvers A.,
    Regul Toxicol Pharmacol, 30(2Pt1):117-129, October (1999).

    "Carcinogenicityof an organic arsenical: dimethyl-arsinic acid and related arsenicals inrat urinary bladder"
    Wanibuchi, H., Wei, M., Yamamoto. S., Li, W., and Fukushima, S.,
    Proc. A, 4(40): 349 (1999).

    "Skin legions and their histological observations on chronic arsenic poisoning of people in Inner Mongolia, China",
    Yoshida T., Aikawa H., Kinoue T., Sakabe M., Yamauchi H., Kayama F., Okazaki I.,
    Jpn J Hyg., 54:138 (1999).

    "Arsenitemethylation by methylvitamin B12 and glutathione does not require an enzyme",
    Zakharyan R.A., Aposhian H.V.,
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 154(3):287-91, Febuary 1st (1999).

    "Apoptosis and growth inhibition in malignant lymphocytes",
    Zhu, X. H., Shen, Y. L., Jing, Y. K-, Cai, X., Jia, P. M., Huang,Y., Tang, W., Shi,
    G. Y., Sun, Y.P., Dai, J., Wang, Z. Y., Chen, S. J.,Zhang, T.D., Waxman, S., Chen, Z., and Chen, G. Q., (1999). 

     

     

    1998  top


    "On the Release Mechanisms of Arsenic in Groundwater in Bangladesh",
    Ahmed, K.M R. Nickson, W.G. Burgess, J. M. MacArthur, M. B. Imam, M. Alam, P. Ravenscroft and M. Rahman,
    International Conference on Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater: Causes, Effects and Remedies, 8-12 February (1998).

    "Occurrences and origin of water well methane gas in Bangladesh",
    Ahmed, K. M. and M. Hoque, M. K. Hasan, P. Ravencroft, L.R. Choudry,
    Geo.Soc., 51:697-708 (1998).

    "Mobilizationof mercury and arsenic in humans by sodium 2,3-dimercapto-1-propane sulfonate(DMPS)",
    Aposhian, H.V.,
    Environmental Health Perspective, 106(Suppl.4):1017-25, Aug (1998).

    "Genesis of arseniferous groundwater in the alluvial aquifers of Bengal delta plains and strategies for low-cost remediation",
    Bhattacharya, P., Larsson, M., Leiss, A., Jacks, G., Sracek, A. and Chatterjee, D.,
    lntl Conference on Arsenic Pollution and Groundwater in Bangladesh: Causes Effects and Remedies, 120-122 (1998).

    "Arsenic-laced water in Chile (letter/comment)",
    Biggs, M. L., R. Haque, et al., 
    Science, 281(5378):785 (1998).

    "Detailed study report of Samta, one of the arsenic-affected villages of Jessore District, Bangladesh",
    Biggs, M. L., R.Haque, et al., 
    Current Science, 74(2):134-145 (1998).

    "Anomalous arsenicconcentrations in groundwaters of an island community, Bowen Island, British Columbia",
    Boyle, D. R., R. J. W. Turner, et al., 
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 20(4):199-212 (1998).

    "Involvement of reactive oxygen species and caspase 3 activation in arsenite-induced apoptosis",
    Chen Y.C., Lin-Shiau S.Y., Lin J.K.,
    J. Cell Physiol, 177:324-333 (1998).

    "Metabolism of inorganic arsenic in children with chronic high arsenic exposure in northern Argentina",
    Concha, G., B. Nermell, et al.,
    EnvironHealth Perspect, 106(6):355-9 (1998).

    "Exposure to inorganic arsenic metabolites during early human development",
    Concha, G., G. Vogler, Vogler, G., Lezcano, D., Nermell, B. and Vahter, M., et al.,
    Toxicol Sci., 44(2):185-90 (1998).

    "Low-level arsenic excretionin breast milk of native Andean women exposed to high levels of arsenic in the drinking water",
    Concha, G., G. Vogler, et al., 
    Int Arch Occup Environ Health., 71(1): 42-6 (1998).

     

    "Using biogeochemistry of trace arsenic contamination in groundwater in Zimapan, Mexico",
    Crawford, S., H. Mango, et al.,
    Geological Society of America (GSA), Northeastern Section, 33rd annual meeting (1998).

    "Groundwater arsenic calamity in Bangladesh",
    Dhar R.K., Bhajan Kr. Biswas, Gautam Samanta, Badal Kr.Mandal, D.Chakraborti, Shibtosh Roy, Abu Jafar, akraborti,
    G. Samanta, B.K. Mandal,T. Roy Chowdhury, C.R. Chanda, B.K. Biswas, R.K. Dhar, G.K. Basu and K.C.Saha,
    Current Science, 74(4): 346-355 (1998).

    "Granular ferric hydroxide;a new adsorbent for the removal of arsenic from natural water",
    Driehaus, W., M. Jekel, et al.,
    International Water Supply Association, Oxford-New York-Toronto, International (1998).

    "Immobilization mechanism of arsenic in waste solidified using cement and lime",
    Dutre, V. and C. Vandecasteele,
    Environmental Science and Technology, 32(18): 2782-2787 (1998).

    "Report on Arsenic Monitoring in Noakhali Paurashava",
    Das, H.K.,
    Laboratory of the DPHE-Danida Urban Water and Sanitation Management Unit, p.57, January-April (1998).

    "An Assessment of the Developmental Toxicity of Inorganic Arsenic",
    DeSesso J.M., Jacobson C.F., Scialli A.R., Farr C.H., Holson J.F.,
    Reproductive Toxicology Review, 12(4):385-433 (1998).

    "Considerations in arsenic analysis and speciation",
    Edwards, M., S. Patel, et al.,
    Journal AWWA, 90(3):103-113 (1998).

    "Lungcancer and arsenic exposure in drinking water: a case-control study in northern Chile",
    Ferreccio, C., et al.,
    Cad Saude Publica., 14(Supp.3):193-8 (1998).

    "Zila Atlas of Bangladesh",
    GEODESEC, 1998.
    Volume 1: Dhaka Division
    Volume 2: Chittagong Division
    Volume 3: Khulna Division
    Volume 4: Rajshahi Division

    "Arsenic enhancement of skin neoplasia by chronic stimulation of growth factors",
    Germolec, D. R-, Spalding, J., Yu. H. S., Chen G. S., Simeoneva,P.P. Humble, M. C.,
    Bruccoleri, A., Boorman, G. A., Foley, J. F., Yoshida,T.,and Luster, M. 1.,
    Am. J. Pathol., 153:1775-1785 (1998).  

    "Subsurface Investigation in the Arsenic Problem Areas of Rajarampur, Chalnai and Nawabganj District, Bangladesh",
    GRG, Research Study Report prepared for R&D Division, DPHE by Research Group, Department of Geology, University of Dhaka (1998).

    "Usingecological data to estimate a regression model for individual data:
     the association between arsenic in drinking water and incidence of skin cancer", 
    Guo, H.R., et al.,
    Environmental  Res., 79(2):82-93, Nov (1998).

    "Estimation of target hazard quotients and potential health risks for metals by consumtion of seafood in Taiwan",
    Han, B., et al.,
    Arch Environmental  Contam Toxicol, 35(4):711-20, Nov (1998).

    "Alterationin Bilirubin Excretion in Individuals Chronically Exposed to Arsenic in Mexico",
    Hernández-Zavala, Araceli, Luz M. Del Razo, Carolina Aguilar, Gonzalo García-Vargas, Victor H. Borja, and Mariano E. Cebrián,
    Toxicology Letters, 99:79-84 (1998).

    "Lungand kidney cancer mortality associated with arsenic in drinking water in Cordoba, Argentina",
    Hopenhavyn-Rich, C., et al.,
    Int J Epidemiol, 27(4):561-9, Aug (1998).

    "Urinary levels of inorganic and organic arsenic metabolites among residents in an arseniasis-hyperendemic area in Taiwan",
    Hsueh, Y.M., Huang, Y.L., Huang, C.C., et al.,
    Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, 54: 431-44 (1998).

    "Arsenic contamination in the environment due to the use of CCA-wood preservatives",
    Arsenic in Wood Preservatives (Part I),
    Exemption Substances Project, Swedish National Chemicals Inspectorate, pp.7-75 (1997).

    "Village health workers can test tubewell water for arsenic",
    Jakariya, M. M. Choudhury, M. A. H. Tareq, J. Ahmed,
    Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee,  1998.

    "ECOSAT: EquilibriumCalculation of Speciation and Transport",
    Keizer, M. and van Riemsdijk, W. H.,
    Dept of Soil Science,Wageningen Agricultural University, Wageningen, The Netherlands (1998).

    "Subsurface investigation in the arsenic problem areas of Rajarampur, Chanlai and Baragharia; Nawabganjdistrict",
    Khan, A. A., et al.,
    Bangladesh Geohazard Research Group, Department of Geology,Universityof Dhaka (1998).

    "Research study report on subsurface investigation inthe arsenic problem areas of Rajarampur,
      Chanlai and Barogharia; Nawabganj District, Bangladesh" (pp.1-40),
    Khan, A.A., Imam, B. Akhter, S. H., Hasan, M.A., and Ahmed, K.M.U., (1998).



    "Urinary excretion of arsenic species after exposure to arsenic present in drinking water",
    Kurttio, P., H. Komulainen, E. Hakala, et al.,
    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol, 34:297-305 (1998).

    "Selenium and arsenic in the environment in Finland",
    Lahermo, P., G. Alfthan, et al.,
    J Environ Pathol Toxicol Oncol., 17(3-4): 205-16 (1998).

    "Rapid transformation of the most toxic form of arsenic, arsenite, to arsenate,
     by new arsenite-oxidising bacterio-assuming maximal arsenic removal from water via adsorbents ( e.g. iron hydroxide)",
    Macy, J. M., and Dixon, D. R.,
    Presented in the International Conference on Arsenic Pollution of Groundwater in Bangladesh:
    Causes, Effects and Remedies 164, February 8-12 (1998).

    "Impact of safewater for drinking and cooking on five arsenic-affected families for 2 years in West Bengal, India",
    Mandal, B.K. et al.,
    Science of the Total Environment, 218:105-201 (1998).

    "Chronic arsenic toxicity in west Bengal--the worst calamity in the world",
    Guha Mazumder, D. N., J. Das Gupta, et al.,
    J Indian Med Assoc., 96(1): 4-7, 18. MMI, (1998).

    "Randomized placebo-controlled trial of 2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid
     in therapy of chronic arsenicosis due to drinking arsenic-contaminated subsoil water",
    Guha Mazumder, D. N., U. C. Ghoshal, et al.,
     J ToxicolClin Toxicol., 36(7): 683-90 (1998).

    "Arsenic levels in drinking water and the prevalence of skin lesions in West Bengal, India", 
    Guha Mazumder, D. N., Haque R., Ghosh N., De B.K ,Santra A., Chakraborti D. and Smith A.H.,
    Int J Epidemiol., 27(5): 871-7 (1998).

    "Lung and Kidney Cancer Mortality Associated with Arsenic in Drinking Water in Cordoba, Argentina",
    Hopenhayn-Rich, C., M.L. Biggs, and A.H. Smith,
    Int  J Epidemiol, 27 (4): 561-569 (1998).
     
    "Bladder Cancer Mortality Associated With Arsenic in Drinking Water in Argentina",
    Hopenhayn-Rich, C., M.L. Biggs, A. Fuchs, R. Bergoglio, E. Tello,H. Nicolli, A.H.Smith,
    Epidemiology, 7:117-124 (1996a).

    "Urinary excretion of arsenic species after exposure to arsenic present in drinking water",
    Kurttio, P., H. Komulainen, E. Hakala, et al.,
    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol, 34:297-305 (1998).

    "Interim report on Groundwater Studies for Arsenic Contamination in Bangladesh Rapid Investigation Phase",
    Mott MacDonald Ltd., 
    for British Geological Survey under assignment to Department for International Development (1998).


    "Tumours in mice induced by chronic exposure of high arsenic concentration in drinking water",
    Ng, J. C., Seawright, A. A., Qi, L., Garnett, C. M., Moore, M. R.,and Chiswell, B.,
    Third International Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, San Diego, USA, July (1998).

    "Arsenic Poisoning in Bangladesh Groundwater",
    Nickson, R., J. M. MacArthur, W. G. Burgess, K.M. Ahmed, P. Ravenscroft and M. Rahman,
    Nature (London), 395: 338 (1998).

    "Assessment of Arsenic Field Testing Kits",
    National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI),
    World Health Organisation, New Delhi (1998).

    "Potential application of microbiological processes for the removal of arsenic from groundwater",
    A paper presented in the International Conference on Arsenic Pollution of Groundwater in Bangladesh:
    Causes, Effects and Remedies 165, February 8-12 (1998).

    "De-arsenation of drinking water by means of coagulation in Bangladesh",
    Qin Ling,
    Master Thesis, Institute of environmental science and engineering, Copenhagen (1998).

    "Arsenic in drinking water. How much is too much?",
    Rahman M., Chowdhury I.A.,
    In Touch, Feb 1-2 (1998).

    "Diabetes mellitus associated with arsenic exposure in Bangladesh",
    Rahman, M. Tondel, S. A. Ahmed, O. Axelson,
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 148(2): 198-203, July 15 (1998).

    "Arsenic Levels in Drinking Water and the Prevalence of Skin Lesions",
    Rahman M., Tondel M., Chowdhury I.A.,
    International Symposium Workshop on Epidemiology and Prevention of Cancer, November 2-5 (1998).

    "Chronic Arsenicism and Squamous Cell Carcinoma- a case report",
    Rahman M., Tondel M., Axelson O., 
    International Symposium Workshop on Epidemiology and Prevention of Cancer, November 2-5, (1998).

    "Arsenic induced keratosis and squamous cell carcinoma",
    Rahman M., Söderkvist P., Rozell B.L., Axelson O.,
    International Symposium Workshop on Epidemiology and Prevention of Cancer, November2-5, (1998).

    "Diabetes mellitus: some epidemiological observation with regard to arsenic exposure",
    Rahman M.,
    Proceeding on Diabetes and Endocrine conference, BIRDEM, Dhaka, Bangladesh (1998).

    "Regional hydrogeological Controls on the Arsenic in the Bengal Basin",
    Ravenscroft, P. and K.M. Ahmed,
    International Conference on Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater: Causes, Effects and Remedies, 8-12 February (1998).

    "Arsenic",
    Rossman, T.G.,
    Environmental and Occupational Medicine (3rd Ed.), 1007-1015 (1998).

    "Molecular and Genetic Toxicology of Arsenic",
    Rossman, T. G.,
    Environmental Toxicology: Current Developments, 171-187 (1998).

    "Report on Monitoring and mitigation of Arsenic in the Ground Water of Faridpur Municipality",
    Safiullah, S,
    CIDA Arsenic Project, Environmental Research Lab, 96 (1998).

    "Assessment of Water Testing Field Kits (Chapter 10)",
    Shriram,
    Shriram Institute for Industrial Research, New Delhi, India, (1998).

    "Origin and mobility of arsenic in groundwater from the Pampean Plain, Argentina",
    Smedley, P. L., Nicolli, H. B., Barros, A. J. and Tullio, J. O.,
    Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Water-Rock Interaction, 275-278 (1998).

    "Marked increase in bladder and lung cancer mortality in a region of Northern Chiledue to arsenic in drinking water",
    Smith A.H., et al.,
    Am J Epidemiol.,147(7):660-9, Apr 1 (1998).

    "Technical report and review of action plan for arsenic in drinking water in Bangladesh focusing on health",
    Smith A.H.,
    WHO Project, February (1998).

    "Complete Remission after Treatment of Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia with Arsenic Trioxide",
    Soignet, Steven L. and Peter Maslak, Zhu-Gang Wang, Suresh Jhanwar, Elizabeth Calleja, Laura J. Dardashti,
    Diane Corso,  Anthony DeBlasio, Janice Gabrilove, David A. Scheinberg, Pier Paolo Pandolfi, Raymond P. Warrell, Jr.,
    The New England Journal of Medicine, 339(19), November 5 (1998).

    "Human exposures to arsenic from consumption of well water in West Bengal, India",
    Subramanian, K. S. and M. J. Kosnett, 
    Int J Occup Environ Health, 4(4): 217-30 (1998).

    "Arsenic removal from geothermal bore waters: the effect of mono-silicic acid",
    Swedlund, P. J. and Webster, J. G.,
    Water-Rock Interaction-9, 947-950 (1998).

    "Bacillus arsenicoselenatis and selenitireducens: two haloalkaliphiles from Mono Lake, California
     that respireoxyanions of selenium and arsenic",
    Switzer Blum, J., A. Burns Bindi, J. Buzzelli, J.F. Stolz, and R.S. Oremland,
    Arch. Microbiol., 171:19- 30 (1998).

    "Arsenic coprecipitation in low-temperature pyrites; implications for bioremediation via sulfate reducing bacteria",
    Thomas, R. C. and J. A. Saunders,
    Geological Society of America, Geological Society of America (GSA), Annual Meeting (1998).

    "Arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh- the largest disaster in our time? Folkh?",
    Tondel M., Rahman M.,
    lsovetenskapligt Centrum Nyhetsblad, 8 (1998). (Swedish)

    "Arsenic and hypertension in Bangladesh",
    Tondel M., Axelson O., Chowdhury I.A., Rahman M.,
    Proceedings of Annual Doctor's Conference at Gothenburg, Sweden, 24-26th November, 1998.

    "Cancer mortality trends in a blackfoot disease endemic community of Taiwan following water source replacement.",
    Tsai S.M., et al.,
    J Toxicol Environmental  Health, 55(6):389-404, Nov 27 (1998).

    "Geochemical mapping and speciation of arsenic in the groundwater of Faridpur municipality, Bangladesh",
    Ullah, S. S.,
    Journal of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, 22(1): 143-147 (1998).

    "Comparative Study of Methods of Arsenic Analysis",
    Part I: FieldTest Kits,
    Part II: Laboratory Results,
    UNICEF Water and Sanitation Section, United Nations Children's Fund, Dhaka (1998).

    "A second common mutation in the methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase gene: an additional risk factor for neural-tube defects?",
    Van der Put, N.M., Gabrels, F., Stevens, E.M, et al.,
    Amer J Human Genetics, 62: 1044-51 (1998).

    "A second genetic polymorphism in methylenetetrahydrofolatereductase (MTHFR) associated with decreased enzyme activity",
    Weisberg, I., Tran, P., Christensen, B., et al.,
    Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, 64; 169-72 (1998).

    "Factors controlling As and U in shallow ground water, southern Carson Desert, Nevada",
    Welch, A. H. and M. S. Lico,
    Appl. Geochem., 13(4): 521-539 (1998).

    "Guidelines for Drinking-Water Quality",
    World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, 2:156-167 (1996).

    "Excretionof arsenic (As) in urine of children, 7-11 years,
     exposed to elevated levels of As in the city water supply in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico",
    Wyatt C.J., Lopez Quiroga V., Olivas Acosta R.T., Olivia Mendez R.,
    Environ Res, 78:19-21 (1998).

     

     

    1997  top

     

    Abernathy, C.O, Calderon R.L., Chappell W.R.,
    "Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects",
    New York: Chapman and Hall (1997).

     

    Ahmed, K.M., Hasan, M.K, Burgess, W.G, Dottridge, N.J, Ravenscroft P., and J. van Wonderen,
    "The Dupi Tila aquifer of Dhaka, Bangladesh: hydraulic and hydrochemical response to over-exploitation",
    International Association of Hydrogeologists, Groundwater in the Urban Environment, 2:19-30 (1997).

    Ahmed, M. F., M. D. Hossain, M. A. Jalil, A. B. M. Badruzzaman and M. A. Ali,
    "A Study on Arsenic Concentration in Groundwater of the North-Eastern Zone of Bangladesh",
    BUET Report Prepared for North East Minor Irrigation Project (NEMIP), Ministry of Agriculture (1997).

    Ahmed, M.F., Bradruzzaman, A.B.M., Hossain, M.D., Abdul, J., and Ali, M.A.,
    "A study on arsenic concentration in the groundwater of the north-eastern zone of Bangladesh",
    Environmental Engineering Division, BUET (1997).

    Ahmed, Mushtaq, Anthon. Brandstette, Walter.W. Wenzel and Winfried.E.H. Blum,
    "The arsenic calamity in Bangladesh",
    Proceeding of 4th International conference on the biogeochemistry of trace elements, Berkeley, California, 263-264 (1997).

    Ahmed, Mushtaq,
    "Arsenic in soils and water of Bangladesh: A Scientific Report",
    OEAD, Austria, 1-10 (1997).

    Acharyya S. K.,
    "Arsenic in groundwater - geological overview"
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), 29 April- 01 May, (1997).

    AIIH & PH, 
    "Arsenic contamination of groundwater and its remedial action plan in West Bengal",
     Consultationon arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), (1997).

    Aposhian H.V.,
    "Enzymaticmethylation of arsenic species and other new approaches toarsenic toxicity.",
    Annual Review of Pharmacological Toxicology, 37:397-419 (1997).

    Aposhian H.V., Arroyo A., Cebrian M.E., del Razo L.M., Hurlbut K.M., Dart R.C.,
    Gonzalez-Ramirez D., Kreppel H., Speisky H., Smith A., Gonsebatt M.E., Ostrosky-Wegman P., Aposhian M.M.,
    "DMPS-Arsenic Challenge Test I: Increased urinary excretion of monomethylarsonic acid in humans given dimercaptopropane sulfonate",
    Journal Pharmacol Exp Ther., 282(1):192-200, July (1997).

    Armirnta M.A., Rodriguez R. and Cruz O., 
    "Arsenic content in hair of people exposed to natural arsenic polluted groundwater at Zimapan, Mexico",
    Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 9:583-9 (1997).

    Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB),
    "Arsenic contamination of groundwater in the western border of Bangladesh",
    Groundwater Circle 1, (1997).

    Belkin and Harvey E., Zheng, Baoshan, Zhou, Daixing, and Finkelman, Robert B.,
    "Preliminary results on the geochemistry and mineralogy of arsenic in mineralized coals
     from endemic arsenosis areas in Guizhou Province, P.R. China",
    Proceedings of the 14th Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference and Workshop, 1-20, September 23-27 (1997).

    Bhattacharya, P. amd  D. Chatterjee, and G. Jacks.,
    "Occurrence of arsenic contaminated groundwater in alluvial aquifers from Delta Plains, Eastern India:
     Options for safe drinking water supply",
    Internatinal Journal for Water Resources Management, 13(1): 79-92 (1997).

    Basu, D, and J Das Gupta, A Mukherjee and D N Guha Mazumder.
    "Chronicneuropathy due to arsenic intoxication from geo-chemical source- a 5-year follow-up"
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), 1997.

    Biggs M.L., Kalman D.A., Moore L.E., Hopenhayn-Rich C., Smith M.T., Smith A.H.,
    "Relationship of urinary arsenic to intake estimates and abiomarker of effect, bladder cell micronuclei",
    Mutation Researc, 1997.

    Biswass, Bhajan K., and Ratan K. Dhar, Gautam Samanta, Badal K., Mandal, Imtiaz Faruk,
    Kazi Saiful Islam, Md. Moniruzzaman, Chowdhury, AshrafulIslam and Shibtosh Roy and Dipankar Chakraborti, 
    "Detailed study report of Samta one of the arsenic affected villages of Jessore district, Bangladesh",
    Current Science, 1997 (communicated).

    Chakraborty, D., 
    "Bangladesh's Arsenic Calamity",
    A report from School of Environmental Studies, Jadavpur University, India, 17 January (1997a).

    Chakraborty, D.,
    "Case Study Bangladesh: Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater Signals Disaster!",
    School of Environmental Studies, Jadavpur University, India, 29 April (1997b).

    Chan, P., and Huff. J. E.,  
    "Arsenic carcinogenesis in animals and in humans: Mechanistic, experimental and epidemiological evidence"
    Environ. Carcino. Ecotox. Revs., C15: 83-122 (1997).

    Choprapawon, C. and A. Rodcline,
    "Chronic Arsenic Poisoning in Ronphibool Nakhon Sri Thammarat, the Southern Province of Thailand",
    Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, Chapman and Hall,  69-77 (1997).

    Chowdhury, Tarit Roy and Badal Kr. Mandal, Gautam Samanta, Gautam Kr. Basu, Partha P. Chowdhury,
    Chitta R.Chanda, Nirmal Kr. Karan, DilipLodh, Ratan Kr. Dhar, Dipankar Das, K.C. Saha and Dipankar Chakraborti,
    "Arsenic in groundwater in six districts of West Bengal, India:
      the biggest arsenic calamity in the world: the status report up to August 1995",
    Arsenic-exposure and health effects, Chapter 9: 91-111, 1997.

    Chowdhury T. R., and B. K. Manal, G. Samanta, G. K. Basu, P. P. Chowdhury, C. R. Chanda,
    N. K. Karan, D. Lodh, R. K. Dhar, D. Das, K. C. Saha and D. Chakroborti,
    "Arsenic in groundwater in six districts of West Bengal, India:
     the biggest arsenic calamity in the world: the status report up to August 1995",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), 1997.

    Dhar, Ratan K., Bhajan Kr. Biswas, Gautam Samanta, Badal Kr. Mandal, D. Chakraborti, Shibtosh Roy,
    Abu Jafar, Ariful Islam, Gulshan Ara, Saiful Kabir, A. Wadud Khan, S. Akther Ahmed and S. Abdul Hadi,
    "Groundwater arsenic calamity in Bangladesh",
    Current Science, 73(1):48-59 (1997).

    Das, Dipankar and Gautam Samanta, B. K. Mandal, T. R. Chowdhury,C.R. Chanda,
    P. P. Chowdhury, Gautam Basu and D. Chakraborti,
    "Arsenic in groundwater in six districts of West Bengal",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), 1997.

    Das, D., A. Chatterjee, G. Samanta, B. Mandal, T.R. Chowdhury, et al.,
    "Arsenic contamination of groundwater in six districts of West Bengal, India:
      the biggest arsenic calamity in the world",
    Analyst, 119:168-170 (1997). (Arsenic Pollution in Groundwater of Bangladesh)

    Dave, J.M.,
    "Excerpts from: Arsenic contamination of drinking water in Bangladesh",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), 1997.

    DPHE,
    "Working paper on arsenic in drinking water in Bangladesh and its intervention",
    Department of Public Health Engineering, Dhaka, 1997.

    DPHE/18DTP,
    "Presence of Arsenic in Groundwater in the 18 District Towns Project",
    Mission Report 1997.

    DU/BWDB,
    "Sedimentological and Mineralogical Studies on Arsenic Contaminated Aquifers within Bangladesh",
    Report prepared by Department of Geology, University of Dhaka for Ground Water Bangladesh Water Development Board, 1997.

    Del Razo Luz M. , Gonzalo G. García-Vargas, Hilda Vargas, Arnulfo Albores, M.E. Gonsebatt,
    Regina Montero, Patricia Ostrosky-Wegman, Michael Kelsh and Mariano E.Cebrián,
    "Altered profile of urinary arsenic metabolites in adults with chronic arsenicism: A pilot study",
    Archives of Toxicology, 71: 211-217 (1997).

    Galal-Gorchev, Hend,
    "World Health Organization (WHO): Guideline value for arsenic in drinking water",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), 1997.

    Germolec D.R., J. Spalding, G.A. Boorman, et al.,
    "Arsenic can mediate skin neoplasia by chronic stimulation of keratinocyte-derived growth factors",
    Mutation Research, 386:209-18 (1997).

    Gomez-Arroyo S., Armienta M.A.,  Cortes-Eslava J. and Villalobos-Pietrini R., 
    "Sister-Chromatid Exchanges in Vicia-Faba Induced by Arsenic Contaminated Drinking Water From Zimapan Hidalgo Mexico",
    Mut. Res. Genetic Tox. and Env. Mut., 394: 1-7 (1997).

    Gonsebatt M.E., Vega L., Salazar A. M., Montero R., Guzman P., Blas J., Del Razo L. M.,
    García Vargas G.,  Albores A., Cebrián M., Kelsh M. and Ostrosky P.,
    "Cytogenetic effects in human exposure to arsenic",
    Mutation Research, 386: 219-228 (1997).

    Guo, H.R., Chiang, H., and Hu, H.,
    "Arsenic in drinking water and incidence of urinary cancers",
    Epidemiology, 8(5):545-50, Sep (1997).

    Hsueh, Y., Chiou, H., Huang, Y., et al.,
    "Serum B-carotenelevel, arsenic methylation capability, and incidence of skin cancer",
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention,  6: 589-96 (1997).

    Hsu, K.H., Froines, J.R. and Chen, C.J.,
    "Studies of arsenic ingestion from drinking-water in north-eastem Taiwan: chemical speciation and urinary metabolites",
    Arsenic: Exposure and Health Effects, 190-209 (1997).

    Hering, Janet G. and Van Q. Chiu,
    "Arsenic occurrence and speciation in groundwater, Hanford, CA: Implications for health effects and treatment options",
    CSCE/ASCE Environmental Engineering Conference, Edmonton, 1997.

    Hering, Janet, and Pen-Yuang Chen, Jennifer A. Wilkie and Menachem Elimelech,
    "Arsenic removal from drinking water during coagulation",
    Journal of Environmental Engineering, 123(8): 800-807 (1997).

    Hopenhayn-Rich C., Biggs M.L., Smith A.H.,
    "Cancer mortality and arsenic from drinking water in Argentina",
    (1997).

    Hsueh Y.M., Chiou H.Y., Huang Y.L., Wu W.L., Huang C.C., Yang M.H., et al.,
    "Serum beta-carotene level, arsenic methylation capability, and incidence of skin cancer",
    Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 6:589–596 (1997).

    Ariful Islam, Gulshan Ara, Saiful Kabir, A. Wadud Khan, S. Akther Ahmed and S. Abdul Hadi,
    "Calcutta's industrial pollution: Groundwater arsenic contamination in a residential area
     and sufferings of people due to industrial effluent discharge - An eight-year study report",
    Current Science, 73(1): 48-59 (1997).

    Jacks, G. and Rajagopalan, K. and Bhattacharya, P.,
    "Hydrochemistry of some Large S and SE Asian Coastal Aquifers",
    Proceedings of the Sino-Swedish Seminar on Sustainable Use of Water Resources with Special Emphasis on Recharge
    and Protection of Groundwater, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CISNAR), October 31-November 5, 1997.

    Karim, M. M., Y. Komori, and M. Alam,
    "Subsurface arsenic occurrence and depth of contamination in Bangladesh",
    J of Environmental Chemistry, 7(4):783-792 (1997).

    Karim, MD.,
    "Arsenic in groundwater and health problems in Bangladesh",
    J. Water Res., 1997.

    Khan, Wadud Abdul,
    "Health effects of arsenic toxicity",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenictoxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), 1997.

    Khan, A.A.,
    "Arsenic hazard and the watershed management in Bangladesh",
    Presented in the International Conference in Dhaka, February 8-12 (1997).

    Larsson, M. and A. Liess,
    "Arsenic Occurrence in the Groundwater in the Village Ghetugachi",
    A Minor Field Study in West Bengal, lndia (1997).

    Levander, O.A.,
    "Metabolic interrelationships between arsenic and selenium",
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 19:159-64 (1997).

    Luo, Z. D., Y. M. Zhang, L. Ma, G. Y. Zhang, X. He, R. Wilson, D.M. Byrd, J. G. Griffiths, S. I,ai, I., l le K. Grumski and S. H. Lamm,
    "Chronic Arsenicism and Cancer in Inner Mongolia - Consequenceof Well-water Arsenic Levels greater than 50 ug/1",
    Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, 55-68 (1997).

    Mandal, B.K., and T. Roy Chowdhury, G.Samanta, G.K.Basu, P. P.Chowdhury, C.R.Chanda,
    D. Lodh, N.K.Karan, R.K.Dhar, D.T.Tamili, D.Das, K.C.Saha and D.Chakraborti,
    "Chronic arsenic toxicity in West Bengal",
    Current Science, 72(2):114-117 (1997).

    Mass, M.J. and L. Wang,
    "Arsenic alters cytosine methylation patterns of the promoter of the tumor suppressor gene p53 in human lungcells:
     a model for a mechanism of carcinogenesis",
    Mutation Research, 386:263-77 (1997).

    Mazumder, D. N. Guha, J. Das Gupta, A. Santra, A. Pal, A. Ghose,S.Sarkar, N. Chattopadhaya and D. Chakraborti,
    "Non-cancer effects of chronic arsenicosis with special reference to liver damage"
    Arsenic-Exposure and health effects, Chapter 10:112-123 (1997).

    Moore L.E., Smith A.H., Hopenhayn-Rich C., Biggs M.L., Kalman D.A., Smith M.T.,
    "Micronuclei in exfoliated bladder cells among individuals chronically exposed to arsenic in drinking water",
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 3:31-36 (1997).

    Moore, L., Smith, A., Hopenhayn-Rich, C., et al.,
    "Decrease in bladder cell micronucleus prevalence after intervention to lower the concentration of arsenic in drinking water",
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 6:1051-1056 (1997).

    Mukherji., Saumyendra Nath,
    "Arsenic management in drinking water",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), 1997.

    Nickson, R, 1997.
    "Origin and Distribution of Arsenic in Central Bangladesh",
    M.Sc. Thesis, Dept of Geological Sciences, University College London, UK (1997).

    Niu, S., Cao, S. and Shen, E.,
    "The status of arsenic poisoning in China",
    Arsenic:Exposure and Health Effects, 78-83 (1997).

    NRECA International with Personnel provided by The Johnson Company Inc. (USA) and ICDDR,B (Dhaka),
    "Report of study of the impact of the Bangladesh Rural Electrification Program on groundwater quality",
    Prepared for Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board, Dhaka, 1997.

     

    QiaoY.L., Taylor P.R., Yao S.X., Erozan Y.S., Luo X.C., Barrett M.J., Yan Q.Y.,
    Giffen C.A., Huang S.Q., Maher M.M., Forman M.R., Tockman,
    "Risk factors and early detection of lung cancer in a cohort of Chinese tin miners",
    Ann Epidemiol., 7(8):533-41, Nov (1997).

    QiaoY.L., Tockman M.S., Li L., Erozan Y.S., Yao S.X., Barrett M.J., Zhou W.H., Giffen C.A.,Luo X.C., Taylor P.R., 
    "A case-cohort study of an early biomarker of lung cancer in a screening cohort of Yunnan tin miners in China",
    Cancer Prevention Studies Branch, National Cancer Institute,
    Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 6(11):893-900, November (1997).

    Rahman, H., 1997.
    "Arsenic Hazards in Bangladesh: The Association for the Geological Collaboration in Japan",
    Special lssue: Think of Arsenic Contamination Problems in Asia, 74-83 (1997).

    Ramirez, P., D.A. Eastmond, J.P. Laclette, and P. Ostrosky-Wegman,
    "Disruption of microtubule assembly and spindle formation as a mechanism for the induction
     of aneuploid cells by sodium arsenite andvanadium pentoxide",
    Mutation Research, 386:291-98 (1997).

     

    Rivara, M., Cebrian, M., Corey, G., Hernandez, M. and Romieu I.,
    "Cancer risk in an arsenic contaminated area of Chile",
    Toxicol. Ind. Health, 13(2–3):
    321–338 (1997). 

     

    Rossman, T.G., Goncharova, E.I., Rajah, T. and Wang, Z.,
    "Human cells lack the inducible tolerance to arsenite seen in Chinese hamster cells",
    Mutat. Res., 386:307-314 (1997).

    Sinha Ray, S.P.,
    "Arsenic in groundwater in West Bengal:Consultation on arsenic in drinking water",
    World Health Organisation (WHO), New Delhi, 29 April - 01 May (1997).

    Smedly, P.L.,
    "Arsenic in groundwater in Bangladesh",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), New Delhi (1997).

    Smith, Allan H.,
    "Excerpts from:Technical report and action plan for arsenic in drinking water in Bangladesh focusing on health",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), New Delhi (1997).

    Smith, Allan H.,
    "Experiences with large scale arsenic toxicity in other parts of the world"
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), New Delhi (1997).

    Smith A.H.,
    "Report and action plan for arsenic in drinking water focusing on health, Bangladesh",
    WHO Project BAN CWS 001, March 1997.

    Styblo M., Serves S.V., Cullen W.R., Thomas D.J.,
    "Comparative inhibition of yeast glutathione reductase by arsenicals and arsenothiols",
    Chem., 1997.

    Styblo M., Thomas D.J.,
    "Binding of arsenicals to proteins in an in vitro methylation system",
    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 147:1–8 (1997).

    Talukder, S. A. (1997),
    "Studies of Analytical Chemistry in Drinking Water Quality and Arsenic Calamity in Ground Water of Bangladesh",
    Publication information not given.

    Thornton, I. and M. Farago,
    "The Geochemistry of Arsenic",
    Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, 1-16 (1997).

    Wang T.S., Shu Y.F., Liu Y.C., Jan K.Y., Huang H.,
    "Glutathioneperoxidase and catalase modulate the genotoxicity of arsenite",
    Toxicology, 121:229-237 (1997).

    Wanibuchi H., Hori T., Meenakshi V.,
    "Promotion of rat hepatocarcinogenesis by dimethylarsenic acid:
     association with elevated ornitine decarboxylase activity and formation of 8-hydroxydeoxyguanosine in the liver",
    Jpn J Cancer Res, 88:1149-1154 (1997).

    WHO Pamphlet,
    "Arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh - recommendations for action",
    WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia, New Delhi, (1997). (WHO pamphlet SEA/EH/505 out of print?)

    Yamamoto, S., Wanibuchi, H., Hori, T., Yano, Y, Matsui-Yuasa L, Otani S., Chen, H., Yoshida, IL, Kuroda, K, Endo, G., and Fukushima, S.,
    "Possible carcinogenic potential of dimethylarsinic acidassessed in ratvivo models: a review",
    Mutat. Res., 386:353-361 (1997).

    Yamanaka, K., Hayashi, H., Tachikawa, M., Kato, K-, Hasegawa, A,Oku, N., and Okada, S.,
    "Metabolic methylation is a possible genotoxicity-enhancing process of inorganic arsenics",
    Mutat.Res., 394: 95-101 (1997).

    Yokota, H., K. Tanabe, Y. Akiyoshi, K. Kawahara, M. Hashiguchi, S.Tsushima, A. W. Khan, A. Ahmed and A. Hadi,
    "The largest arsenic pollution of groundwater in Ganges Delta, the Report of Samta Village",
    The Association for the Geological Collaboration in Japan, Special Issue on Arsenic Contamination Problems in Asia, 95-104 (1997).
    (in Japanese with abstract in English.)

    Yokota, Hiroshi, and Kimiko Tanabe, Yashuhiro Akiyoshi, KazuyukiKawahara,
    Mitsuo Hashiguchi, Wadud Kahn, Akhtar Ahmad and Abdul Hadi,
    "Arsenic pollution of groundwater in Samta village, Jessore, Bangladesh",
    Miyazaki University, Dhaka, 1997.

    Zhu J., Koken M. H., Quignon F., Chelbi-Alix M. K., Degos L., WangZ. Y., Chen Z. et al.,
    "Arsenic-induced PML targeting on to nuclear bodies : implications for the treatment of acute promyelocytic leukemia",
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA,  94: 3978-3983  (1997).

    1996  top

     

     

    1996      top

     

     

    Distict Town Project (DTP), 
    "Presence of Arsenic in Groundwater in the 18 District Towns Project, Short Mission Report, December 1996",
    Report prepared by the Government of the Netherlands for the Departmentof Public Health Engineering, GOB, 1996.

    Appelo, C A J. and D Postma,
    "Geochemistry, groundwater and pollution",
    Balkcma. Rotterdam, Netherlands (1996).

    Bagla, P., Kaiser, J.,
    "India's spreading health crisis draws global arsenic experts",
    Science, 274(5285):174-175 (1996).

    Bhattacharya, P. and D. Chatterjee, and G. Jacks,
    "Options to safeguard groundwater from arseniferous aquifers in West Bengal, India",
    Reaching the Unreached-Challenges for the 21st Century,
    Proceedings of the 22nd WEDC Conference, 258-261 (1996).

    Byrd, Daniel M. and M Luann Roegner, James C. Griffiths, Steven H. Lamm, Karen S. Grumski, Richard Wilson, Shenghan Lai,
    "Carcinogenic risks of inorganic arsenic in perspective",
    International Arch Occupational Environmental Health, 68:484-494 (1996).

    Das, Dipankar and Gautam Samanta, Badal Kumar Mondal, Chitta R. Chanda,
    Partha Pratim Chowdhury, Gautam Kumar Basu & Dipankar Chakraborti,
    "Arsenic in ground water in six districts of West Bengal, India",  
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 18(1):5-15 (1996).  (Acrobat PDF file)

    Dhar, R. K., Biswas, B. K., Samantha, G., Mandal, B. K., Chakraborti, D., Jafar, A., et al.,
    "Groundwater arsenic calamity in Bangladesh",
    Current Science, 73(1): 49–59 (1996).

    DHPE Department of Public Health and Engineering, Government of the Netherlands,
    "Presence of Arsenic in Groundwater in the 18 District Towns Projects (DTP): Short Mission Report",
    GOB, December, 1996.

    Dowdle. P.R., A.M. Laverman, and R.S. Oremland,
    "Bacterial dissimilatory reduction of arsenic(V) to arsenic(III) in anoxic sediments",
    Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 62: 1664 - 1669 (1996).

    M. Garland, J.S. Morris, G.A. Colditz, M.J. Stampfer, V.L. Spate,C.K. Baskett, B. Rosner, F.E. Speizer, W.C. Willett and D.J. Hunter,
    "Toe nail trace element levels and breast cancer: a prospective study",
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 144(7):653-660 (1996).

    Hering, Janet G. and Pen Yuan Chen, Jennifer A. Wilkie, Menachem Elimelech and Sun Liang,
    "Arsenic removal by ferric chloride",
    Journal American Water Works Association, 88(4): 155-167 (1996).

    Hiemstra, T. and van Riemsdijk, W. H.,
    "A surface structural approach to ion adsorption: the charge distribution (CD) model",
    J. Colloid Interface Sci., 179:488-508 (1996).

    Hopenhayn, C., Ferreccio, C., Browning, S. R., Huang B., Peralta, C., Gibb, H., and Hertz-Picciotto,
    "Arsenic exposure from drinking water and birth weight",
    Epidemiology (1996).

    Hopenhayn-Rich C., Biggs M.L., Smith A.H., Fuchs A., Bergoglio R., Tello E., Nicolli H.,
    "Bladder cancer mortality associated with arsenic in drinking water and in Cordoba, Argentina",
    Epidemiology, 7:117-124 (1996).

    Hopenhayn-Rich C., Biggs M.L., Kalman D.A., Moore L.E., Smith A.H.,
    "Arsenic methylation patterns before and after change from high to lower arsenic concentrations in drinking water",
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 104:1200-1207 (1996).

    Hopenhayn-Rich, C., M.L. Biggs, A.H. Smith, D,A. Kalman, and L.E. Moore,
    "Methylation Study in a Population Environmentally Exposed to High Arsenic Drinking Water",
    Environ Health Perspect, 104(6):620-8 (1996).

    Mandal, Badal K. and Tarit Roy Chowdhury, Gautam Samanta, GautamK.Basu, Partha Pratim Chowdhury, Chitta R. Chanda,
    Dilip Lodh, Nirmal K.Karan,Ratan K.Dhar, Dipak K.Tamili, Dipankar Das, K.C.Saha and D.Chakraborti,
    "Arsenic in groundwater in seven districts of West Bengal, India:The biggest arsenic calamity in the world",
    Current Science, 70(11):976-986, June (1996).

    Manning, B. A. and Goldberg, S.,
    "Modelling competitive adsorption of arsenate with phosphate and molybdate on oxide minerals",
    Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. J., 60:121-131 (1996).

    Mariner, P.E., F.J. Holzmer, R.E. Jackson, H.W. Meinardus and F.G. Wolf,
    "Effects of high pH on arsenic mobility in a shallow sandy aquifer and on aquifer permeability
     along the adjacent shoreline, Commencement Bay Superfund Site, Tacoma, Washington",
    Environmental Science and Technology., 30:1645-1651 (1996).

    Mazumder, D. N. Guha,
    "Arsenic calamity due to ground water pollution in West Bengal",
    Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh (WHO), New Delhi (1996).

    Mazumder, D.N.G.,
    "Arsenic calamity due to ground water pollution in West Bengal",
    Proceedings of the 5th National Symposium on Environment, 218-222 (1996).

    Moore L.E., Smith A.H., Hopenhayn-Rich C., Biggs M.L., Warner M.L., Kalman D.A., Smith M.T.
    "Increased micronuclei found in two populations environmentally exposed to arsenic",
    Clinical Chemistry, 41(12):1915-1917 (1996).

    Moore L.E., Warner M.L., Smith A.H., Kalman D.A., Smith M.T.,
    "Use of the fluorescent micronucleus assay to detect the clastogenic effects of radiation and arsenic in human exfoliated epithelial cells",
    Environmental  Molecule Mutagenesis (1996).

    Mudir, G.,
    "Arsenic poisons 220,000 in India",
    British Medical J., 313 (7048): 9 (1996).

    Nag, J.K., V. Balaram, R. Rubio, J. Alberti, and A.K. Das,
    "Inorganic arsenic species in groundwater: a case study from Purbasthali (Burdwan), India",
    Trace Elements Med. Biol., 10:20-24 (1996).

    Rahman M., Wingren G., Axelson O.,
    "Diabetes mellitus among Swedishart glass workers—an effect of arsenic exposure?",
    Scand J  Work Environ Health, 22:146-9 (1996).

    Ray, J.,
    "Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in West Bengal: A Perspective Overview",
    UNICEF, Calcutta, Field Office (1996).

    Smith AH, Hopenhayn-Rich C, Biggs ML, Moore LE, Kalman D, Oyanguren C, Marchetti C.,
    "Marcadores biologicas de exposicion y efecto relacionados con el contenido arsenical del agua de beber en el Desierto de Atacama",
    Proceedings of Las Segundas Jornadas de Arcenicismo Laboral y Ambiental, November 22-25 (1996).

    Smedley, P.L., Edmunds, W. M. and Pelig-Ba, K. B.,
    "Mobility of arsenic in groundwater in the Obuasi gold-mining area of Ghana: some implications for human health",
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, Geol. Soc. Special Publication, (113):163-181 (1996).

    Smedley, P.L.,
    "Arsenic in rural groundwater in Ghana: part special issue: hydrogeochemical studies in sub-saharan Africa",
    J. Afr. Earth Sci., 22(4):459–470 (1996).

    Swartz, R.J., Thyne, G.D. and Gillespie, J.M.,
    "Dissolved arsenic in the Kern Fan San Joaquin Valley, California: Naturally occurring or anthropogenic",
    Environ. Geosci., 3(3):143–153 (1996).

    Thornton, I.,
    "Sources and pathways of arsenic in the geochemical environment: health implications",
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, Geological Special Publication, (113):153-161 (1996).

    Wang T.S., Kuo C.F., Jan K.Y., Huang H.,
    "Arsenite induces apoptosis in Chinese hamster ovary cells by generation of reactive oxygen species",
    J Cell Physiol., 169:256-268 (1996).

    Wang, Z. and Rossman, T.G.,
    "The carcinogenicity of arsenic",
    Toxicology of Metals, 219-227 (1996), Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol., 137:112-119 (1996).

    Wanibuchi, H., Yamamoto, S., Chen. H., Yoshida, K., Endo, G., HoriT., and Fukushima. S.,
    "Promoting effects of dimethylarsinicacid on N-butyl- N- (4-hydroxybutyl) nitrosamine induced urinary bladdercarcinogenesis in rats",
    Carcinogenesis, 17:2435-2439 (1996).

    Wilkie, Jennifer A. and Janet G. Hering,
    "Adsorption of arsenic onto hydrous ferric oxide: effects of adsorbate/adsorbent ratios and co-occurring solutes",
    Colloids and Surfaces: Physiochemical and Engineering Aspects, 107 :97-110 (1996).

    M. Williams, F. Fordyce, A. Paijitprapapon, P. Charoenchaisri,
    "Arsenic contamination in surface drainage and groundwater in part of the southeast Asian tin belt,
     Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, southern Thailand",
    Environmental Geology, 27:16-33 (1996).

    Yamanaka, K., Ohtsubo, K., Hasegawa, A., Hayashi, H., Ohji, H., Kanisawa, M., and Okada, S.,
    "Exposure to dimethyl arsenic acid, a main metabolite of inorganic arsenics,
      strongly promotes tumor ingenesis initiated by 4-nift-oquinchne I-oxide in the lungsof mice",

    Carcinogenesis, 17:767-770 (1996).

     


     

    1995  top

    Ahmed, K. M. and Burgess, W. G.,
    "Bils and the Barind aquifer, Bangladesh",
    Geomorphology and Groundwater, Chapter 8, 143-155 (1995).

    Armienta, M.A., R. Rodriguez, A. Aguayao, N. Ceniceros, F. Juraez,O. Cruz and G. Villasenor,
    "Point and Regional Sources of Arsenic'in the Groundwater of Zimapan, Mexico",
    Acta Universitatis Caroline Geologica, 39:285-290 (1995).

    Bates M.N., A.H. Smith, K.P. Cantor,
    "Case-control study of bladder cancer and arsenic in drinking water",
    Am J Epidemiology, 141(6):523-530 (1995).

    Bhattacharya, P. and  D. Chatterjee, and G. Jacks,
    "Arsenic contamination in groundwater within multilevel aquifer system of Indo-gangetic delta plains:
      A case study from West Bengal, eastern India",
    Fifth Seminar on Hydrogeology and Environmental Geochemistry, Report 95(138):8-9, November 9-10 (1995).

    Biagini, R.E., Salvador, M.A., Qüerio, R.S. de, Torres-Soruco, C.A., Biagini, M.M. and Diez-Barrantes, A.,
    "Hidroarsenicismo crónico. Comentario de casos diagnosticados en el periodo 1972–1993",
    Arch. Arg. Dermatol., 45: 47–52
    (1995).

    Brown, K.G. and Chen, C.J.,
    "Significance of exposure assessment to analysis of cancer risks from inorganic arsenic in drinking water in Taiwan",
    Risk Analysis, 15(4): 475-484 (1995).

    Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB),
    "Arsenic Contamination of Ground Water in the Western Border of Bangladesh",
    Ground Water Division II, Ground Water Circle Il, Water Supply Paper No-584 (1995).

    Chatterjee, Amit and Dipankar Das, Badal K. Mandal, Tarit Roy Chowdhury, Gautam Samanta and Dipankar Chakraborti,
    "Arsenic in ground water in six districts of West Bengal, India: the biggest arsenic calamity in the world",
    Part 1: Arsenic Species in drinking water and urine of the affected people,
    The Analyst, Royal Society of Chemistry, UK,120(3):643-650 (1995).

    'Das, Dipankar and Amit Chatterjee, Badal Mandal, Gautam Samanta,Bhabatosh Chanda and Dipankar Chakraborti,
    "Arsenic in groundwater in six districts of West Bengal, India: the biggest arseniccalamity in the world",
    Part 2: Arsenic concentration in drinking water, hair, nails, urine, skin-scale and liver tissue (biopsy) of the affected people,
    The Analyst, Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, 120(3):917-924 (1995).

    Chen C.J., Hsueh Y.M., Lai M.S., Shyu M.P., Chen S.Y. Wu M.M., KuoT.L., Tai T.Y.,
    "Increased prevalence of hypertension and long-term arsenic exposure",
    Hypertension, 25:53-60 (1995).

    Chiou, H.Y., Y.M. Hsueh, K.F Liaw, S.F. Horng, M.H. Chiang, Y.S.Pu, J.S. Lin, C.H. Huang, and C.J. Chen,
    "Incidence of Internal Cancers and Ingested Inorganic Arsenic: a Seven-Year Follow-Up Study in Taiwan",
    Cancer Res., 55(6):1296-1300 (1995).

    Das, D. Basu, G. Roy Chowdhury, T. and Chakraborty D.,
    "Bore-hole soil-sediment analysis of some arsenic affected areas",
    Presented at International Conference on Arsenic in Groundwater: Cause, Effect, and Remedy, India, February (1995).

    Davies, J.,
    "The hydrochemistry of alluvial aquifers in central Bangladesh",
    Supervised by British Geological Surve, Chapman and Hall: 9-18 (1995).

    Fordyce, M F, Williams, T M, Paijitpapapon, A. and Charoenchaisei, P.,
    "Hydrogeochemistry of Arsenic in an Area of Chronic Mining-related Arsenism Ron Phibun District",
    British Geological Survey, Keyworth (1995).

    Ghosh, S. and De, S.,
    "Sources of arsenous sediments at Kachua and Itina, Habra Block, North 24-Parganas, West Bengal - A CaseStudy",
    Indian Journal of Earth Sciences, 23(4):183-189 (1995).

    Hsueh, Y.M., Cheng, G.S., Wu, M.M., Yu, H.S., Kuo, T.L., Chen, C.J.,
    "Multiple risk factors associated with arsenic-induced skin cancer: effects of chronic liver disease and malnutritional status",
    British Journal of Cancer, 71: 109-14 (1995).

    Huff, J.,
    "Mechanisms, chemical carcinogenesis, and risk assessment: Cell proliferation and cancer"
    Am. J. Ind. Mod., 27:293-300 (1995).

    Laverman, A.M., J. Switzer Blum, J.K. Schaefer, E.J.P. Philips, D.R. Lovley, and R.S. Oremland,
    "Growth of strain SES-3 with arsenate and other diverse electron acceptors",
    Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 61: 3556 - 3561 (1995).

    Lee T.C., Jan K.Y., Wang T.C.,
    "Modulation of cellular antioxidant defense activities by sodium arsenite in human fibroblasts",
    Arch Toxicol, 69:498-504 (1995).

    Lujan, J.C. and Graieb O.J.,
    "Eliminación del arsénico en agua por destilación a escala doméstica en zonas rurales",
    Revista Ciencia y Tecnología,  3(7):13-  (1995).

    Luo, Z.-D., Y.-M. Zhang, L. Ma, G.-Y. Zang,X. He, R. Wilson, D. Byrd,J. Griffiths, L. Shanghan, H. Lilt, K. Gramski and S.H. Lamre,
    "Chronic arsenicism and skin cancer in Inner Mongolia - consequences of arsenic in well water",
    Proc. SEGH conference, San Diego, USA (1995).

    Mallick, S. and Rajagopal, J.R.,
    "The mischief of oxygen on groundwater, Post conference report:
      experts opinions, recommendations and future planning for groundwater problem of West Bengal",
    SOES, JU, Calcutta, India (1995).

    Mensur, Hussain,
    "An Introduction to the Quaternary Geology of Bangladesh",
    International Geological Correlation Programme (IGCP-347), Rehana Akhter, Dhaka (1995).

    MMI,
    "Options for Water Supply along the coastline in Teknaf Thana, Cox's Bazar District",
    Mort Mac Donald Ltd., Water Aid / Village Education Resource Centre, 1995.

    Mushak, P., and A.F. Crocetti,
    "Risk and Revisionism in Arsenic Cancer Risk Assessment",
    Environ Health Perspect, 103:684-689 (1995).

    Rahman, Mahfazur and and Olav Axelson, 
    "Diabetes mellitus and arsenic exposure: a second look at case-control data from a Swedish copper smelter",
    Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 52:773-774 (1995).

    Rahman, Mahfazur and Gun Wingren and Olav Axelson,
    "Diabetes mellitus among Swedish art glass workers - an effect of arsenic exposure?",
    Scandinavian Journal of Work and Environmental Health, 22:146-149 (1995).

    Ramos O., Carrizale L., Yanez L., Mejia J., Batres L., Ortiz D., Diaz-Barriga F.,
    "Arsenic increased lipid peroxidation in rat tissues by a mechanism independent of glutathione levels",
    Environ Health Perspect, 103(suppl1):85-88 (1995).

    Smith AH, Biggs ML, Hopenhayn-Rich C, Kalman D,
    "Arsenic risk assessment (letter)",
    Environmental  Health Perspective, 103:13-17 (1995).

    Styblo M., Thomas D.J.,
    "In vitro inhibition of glutathione reductase by arsenotriglutathione",
    Biochem Pharmacol., 49:971-974 (1995).

    Swartz, R.J.,
    "A study of the occurrence of arsenic on the Kern Fan element of the Kern Water Bank, southern San Joaquin Valley, California",
    MSc Thesis, Department of Geology, California State University, Bakersfield, CA, 1995.

    Tondel M, Rahman M, Magnuson A, Chowdhury IA, Faruquee MH, Ahmad SAAcharyya ,
    M.A.R. Rodriguez, A. Aguayao N CenieerosF. Juraez, O. Cruz and G. Viltasennr,
    "Point and Regional Sources of Arsenic in the Groundwater of Zintapan, Mexico",
    Acta University at L. Caroline Geological, 39:285-290 (1995).

    T. Tsuda, A. Babazono, E. Yamamoto, N. Kurumatani, Y. Mino, T. Ogawa, Y. Kishi and H. Aoyama,
    "Ingested Arsenic and internal cancer: a historical cohort followed for 33 years",
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 141:198-209 (1995).

    Vahter, M. Concha, G., Nermell, B., Nilsson, R., Dulout, F., Natarajan, A.T.,
    "A unique metabolism of inorganic arsenic in native Andean women",
    European J Pharmacol, 293: 455-62 (1995).

    Vega L., M.E. Gonsebatt, and P. Ostrosky-Wegman,
    "Aneugenic effect of sodium arsenite on human lymphocytes in vitro: an individual susceptibility effect detected",
    Mutation Research, 334:365-73 (1995).

    Winski S.L., Carter D.E.,
    "Interactions of rat blood cell sulfhydryls with arsenate and arsenite",
    J Toxicol Environ Health, 46:379-397 (1995).

    Yamamoto, S., Konishi Y., Matsuda, T., Murai, T., Shibata, M. A.,Matsui-Yuasa, I., Otani, S., Kuroda, IL, Endo, G., and Fukushima, S.,
    "Cancer induction by an organic arsenic compound, dimethylarsenic acid (cacodylic acid),
     in F344/DuCrj rats after pretreatment with five carcinogens",
    Cancer Res., 55:1271-1276 (1995).

    Zhen-dong, Luo and Zhang Yu-min, Ma Liang, Zhang Ge-you, He Xingzhou, Richard Wilson,
    Daniel Byrd, Jim Griffiths, Shenghan lai, Lili He, Karen Grumski, Steven H. Lam,

    "Chronic Arsenicism and Skin Cancer in Inner Mongolia - Consequences of Arsenic in well Water",
    SEGH Presentation Paper, San Diego, June (1995).  (Printed on October 5th, 1995.)


     

    1994  top

    Ahmed, K. M.,
    Hydrology of the the Dupi Tila Sand Aquifer of the Barind Tract, NW Bangladesh.
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of London (1994).

    Bhumbla, D. K. and R. F. Keefer,
    Arsenic Mobilisation and Bioavailability in the Soils.
    Arsenic in the Environment, Part I: Cycling and Characterisation, 51-82 (1994).

    Carlson-Lynch, H., B.D. Beck, and P.D. Boardman,
    Arsenic Risk Assessment.
    Environ. Health Perspect, 102:354-356 (1994).

    M.E. Cebrián G., A. Albores M., G. García V. L. M.Del Razo J. and Ostrosky-Wegman P.,
    Chronic Arsenic Poisoning in Humans: The case of México.
    Advances in Env. Sci. and Tech., Arsenic in the Environment, Part II: Human Health and Ecosystem Effects, 93-107 (1994).

    Chappell, W.R., Abernathy, C.O., Cothern, C.R.,
    Arsenic Exposure and Health.
    Science and Technology Letters, Northwood, 109–117 (1994).

    Chen, S-L., S.R. Dzeng, M-H. Yang, K-H. Chiu, G-M. Shieh, C.M.Wai,
    Arsenic Species in Groundwaters of the Blackfoot Disease Area.
    Environmental Science and Technology, Taiwan, 28:877-881 (1994).

    Das, D., Chatterjee A., Samanta G.,
    Arsenic Contamination in Groundwater in Six Districts of West Bengal: the Biggest Arsenic Calamity in the World. 
    Analyst, 119:168N-170N (1994).

    Das, Dipankar and Amit Chatterjee, Gautam Samanta, B K Mandal, TR Chowdhury, Gopal Samanta, P P Chowdhury, C R Chanda,
    Gautam Basu, DilipLodh, Swarup Nandi, Tushar Chakroborty, Swapan Mandal, Sanjit Mohan Bhattacharya and D Chakraborti,
    Arsenic contamination in six districts of West Bengal, India: the biggest arsenic calamity in the world.
    Analyst, 119:168-170, December (1994).

    Delnomdedieu M., Basti M.M., Otvos J.D., Thomas D.J.,
    Reduction and binding of arsenate and dimethylarsenate by glutathione: A multi nuclear magnetic resonance study.
    Chem Biol Interact, 90:139-155 (1994).

    Luz M. Del Razo, José Luis Hernández, Gonzalo García-Vargas, Patricia Ostrosky-Wegman,
    Cristina Cortinas de Nava and Mariano E. Cebrián,
    Urinary Excretion of Arsenic Species in a Human Population
    Chronically Exposed to Arsenic via Drinking Water: A Pilot Study.

    Arsenic Exposure and Health, Science Reviews Ltd., United Kingdom, 91-100 (1994).

    DOE,
    Environmental Quality Standards.
    Department of Environment, Government of Bangladesh (1994).

    Domingo J.L.,
    Metal-induced developmental toxicity in mammals: a review.
    J Toxicol Environ Health, 42(2):123-41, June (1994).

    DPHE,
    Technical report on exploratory drilling and electric logging in the Coastal Belt.
    Department of Public Health Engineering, Dhaka (1994).

    Ed. J.O. and Nriagu Wiley,
    Arsenic in the Environment, Part I: Cycling and Characterization. 
    New York (1994).

    Ed. J.O. and Nriagu Wiley:
    Arsenic in the Environment, Part II: Human Health and Ecosystem Effects. 
    New York (1994).

    Edwards, M.,
    Chemistry of arsenic removal during coagulation and Fe-Mn oxidation. 
    Journal of American Water Works Association, 86(9): 64-78 (1994).

    Eisler, R.,
    A Review of Arsenic Hazards to Plants and Animals with Emphasis on Fishery and Wildlife Resources.
    Arsenic in the Environment, Part II: Human Health and Ecosystem Effects, 185-259 (1994).

    Engel R.R., A.H. Smith,
    Arsenic in Drinking Water and Mortality from Vascular Disease: an Ecologic Analysis in 30 U.S. Countries.
    Arch Environmental Health, 49(5):418-427 (1994).

    Engel R.R., C. Hopenhayn-Rich, O. Receveur, A.H. Smith,
    Vascular effects of chronic arsenic exposure: a review.
    Epidemiol Rev, 16(2):184-209 (1994).

    EPC/MMI,
    Declining Water Study.
    Final Report: Engineering and Planning Consultants, UNICEF Department of Public Health Engineering (1994).

    Fontaine, J.A.,
    Regulating arsenic in Nevada drinking water supplies past problems, future challenges, in Arsenic Exposure and Health.
    Scienceand Technology Letters, Northwood, 285-88 (1994).

    Fujii, R., and Swain, W.C.,
    Areal distribution of trace elements, salinity, and major ions in shallow ground water, Tulare basin, Southern San Joaquin Valley, California. USGS Water Resources Investigation Report, 95-4048 (1995).

    General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade,
    The International Market for Meat 1993/94.
    Fourteenth Annual Report, Geneva (1994).

    Hassan, Kamrul,
    Investigation of saline groundwater in Muradnagar Thana.
    MSc Thesis, Dhaka University (1994).

    HW. J. E.,
    Chemicals causally associated with cancers in humans and laboratory animals: A perfect concordance.
    Carcinogenesis, 25-37 (1994).

    Kato, K., H. Hayashi, A. Hasegawa, K. Yamanaka, and S. Okada,
    DNA damage induced in cultured human alveolar (L-132) cells by exposure to dimethylarsinic acid.
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 102(Suppl ):285-8 (1994).

    Keefer, L.K., T. Anjo, Y-H. Heur, et al.,
    Potential for Metabolic Deactivation of Carcinogenic N-Nitroso-dimethylamine In Vivo.
    Proceedings of the IXth International Symposium on N-Nitroso Compounds,
    International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, 113-116 (1987).

    Ketterer, B., Meyer, D.J., Taylor, J.B., Pemble, S., Coles, B., Fraser, G.,
    Glutathione S-transferases and protection against oxidative damage. In: Glutathione S-transferase and Drug Resistance.
    Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Glutathione S-transferases, Edinburgh, Scotland, 97-106 (1989).

    M.S. Lai, Y.M. Hsueh, C.J. Chen, M.P. Shyu, S.Y. Chen, T.L. Kuo, M.M. Wu and T.Y. Tai,
    Ingested inorganic arsenic and prevalence of diabetes mellitus.
    Am J Epidemiol., 139(5):484-492 (1994).

    Lee T.C., and I.C., Ho,
    Expression of heme oxygenase in arsenic-resistant human lung adenocarcinoma cells.
    Cancer Research, 54:1660-64 (1994).

    Liangfang, W. and H. Jianzhong,
    Chronic Arsenism from Drinking Water in Some Areas of Xinjiang, China.
    Arsenic in the Environment, Part II: Human Health and Ecosystem, 159-172 (1994).

    Nriagu, J.O.,
    Arsenic in the Environment.
    Part I: 70-82 (1994).

    Mok, W. M. and C. M. Wai,
    Mobilisation of Arsenicin Contaminated River Waters.
    Arsenicin the Environment, Part II: Human Health and Ecosystem Effects, 99-108 (1994).

    MMI,
    Municipal Services Project: Interim Report.
    Vol. 5: Khulna Water Supply Report for LGED and World Bank, 1994.

    Moore L.E., N. Titenko-Holland, M.L. Warner, A.H. Smith, C. Hopenhayn-Rich, M.T. Smith,
    Use of fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) to measure cytogenetic damage
     in exfoliated cells of humans exposed toenvironmental mutagens.

    Environmental Molec Mutagen, 23(suppl.23):48 (1994).

    Moore L.E., M.L. Warner, A.H. Smith, C. Hopenhayn-Rich, D.A. Kalman, E.W. Fanning, M.L. Biggs, N. Titenko-Holland, M.T. Smith,
    Increased micronuclei in exfoliated urothelial cells from chronic arsenic ingestion.
    Proc Amer Assoc Cancer Res., 35:741 (1994).

    Ochi T., Kaise T., Oya-Ohta Y.,
    Gluthathione plays different roles in the induction of the cytotoxic effects of
     inorganic and organic arsenic compounds in cultured BALC/c 3T3 cells.

    Experiantia, 50:115-120 (1994).

    Pontius, Frederick W., Kenneth G. Brown and Chien-Jen Chen,
    Health Implications of  Arsenic in Drinking Water.
    Journal American Water Works Association,  86(9): 52-63 (1994).

    Rossman, T.G.,
    Metal Mutagenesis.
    Toxicologyof Metals- Biochemical Aspects, 374-405 (1994).

    Sancha, A. M.,
    Arsenic contamination in northern Chile, evaluation and control, a case study: Final report.
    Evaluation of the effect of the consumption of arsenic containing water on the Atacaneno communities, 1997.

    Smedley, Pi., W.M. Edmunds and K.B. Pelig-Ba,
    Mobility of arsenic in groundwater in Obuasi gold-miningarea of Ghana: some implications for human health.
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, Geological Society Special Publication, I(13):163-182 (1994).
    (Introduction to Geological Data Analysis, Blackwell, 1994.)

    Smith A.H., C. Hopenhayn-Rich, M.L. Biggs, L.E. Moore, J. Dale, M.L. Warner, M. Bates, R. Engel,
    Epidemiological study designs to address potential high bladder cancer risks from arsenic in drinkingwater .
    Arsenic Exposure and Health Science and Technology Letters, 109-117 (1994).

    Smith A.H., C. Hopenhayn-Rich, M.L. Biggs, L.E. Moore, D.A. Kalman, C. Oyanguren, N. Marchetti,
    Marcadores biologicos de exposicion y efecto relacionados con el contenido arsenical del agua de beber en el Desierto de Atacama.
    Proceedings from the II Jornadas Arsenicismo Laboraly Ambiental, Antofagasta, Chile (1994).

    Vesna Marching,
    Chemical and mineral composition of shelf sediments of the submarine Ganges Delta.
    Final Report, SO93, Bengal Facher (1994).

    Wang, L. and J. Huang,
    Chronic arsenism from drinking water in some areas of Xinjiang, China.
    Arsenic in the Environment, Part II: Human Health and Ecosystem Effects, 159-172 (1994).

    Wang T.S., Huang H.,
    Active oxygen species are involved in the induction of micronuclei by arsenite in XRS-5 cells.
    Mutagenesis, 9:253-257 (1994).

    Wang, Z., Hou, G. and Rossman, T. G.,
    Induction of arsenite tolerance and thermotolerance by arsenite occur by different mechanisms.
    Environ. Health Perspect., 102 (Suppl.3): 97-100 (1994).

    Warner ML, Moore LE, Smith MT, Kalman DA, Fanning E, Smith AH,
    Increased micronuclei in exfoliated bladder cells of persons who chronically ingest arsenic-contaminated water in Nevada. 
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 3(7): 583-590 (1994).

    Yumin, Zhang and Ma Liang, Luo Zhendong, et al.,
    Water quality analysis of arsenic-enriched ground water in  the large area of Western Huhhot Basin.
    Rural Eco-Environment, 10(1): 59-6 (1994).

     


     

    1990-1993  top


    Abernathy C.O. and Ohanian E.V., 
    Non-carcinogenic effects of inorganic arsenic.
    Environmental Geochemical Health, 14:35-41 (1992).

    Alam M. K.,
    Geological map of Bangladesh,
    Geological Survey of Bangladesh, 1:1000,000 Scale  (1990).

    Applegate L.A., Luscher P., Tyrell R. M.,
    Induction of heme oxygenase: A general response to oxidant stress in cultured mammalian cells.
    Cancer Res., 51:974-978 (1991).

    Barriga Fernando Díaz , Miguel Angel Santos, José deJesus Mejía, Lilia Batres, Leticia Yañes,
    Leticia Carrizales,Eunice Vera, Luz María Del Razo and Mariano E. Cebrián,
    Arsenic and Cadmium exposure in children living near as smelter complex in San Luis Potosí, México. 
    Environmental Research, 62:242-250 (1993).

    Bates M.N., Smith A.H., Hopenhayn-Rich C., et al., 
    Arsenic Ingestion and internal cancers: A review.
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 135:465-476 (1992).

    Bell D.A., Taylor, J.A., Paulson, D.F., Robertson, C.N., Mohler,J.L., Lucier, G.W.,
    Genetic risk and carcinogen exposure: a common inheriteddefect of the carcinogen metabolism gene glutathione S-transferase M 1(GSTM 1)
     that increases susceptibility to bladder cancer.

    Journal of theNational Cancer Institute, 85:1159-64 (1993).

    Bigham J.M., Schwertmann, U., Carlson, L. and Murad, E.,
    A poorly crystallised oxyhydrosulthte ot' iron formed by bacterial oxidation of Fe(II) in acid mine water.
    Geochim. Cosmoehim Acta, 54: 2743-2758 (1990).

    Bowell R.J.,
    Supergene gold mineralogy at Ashanti, Ghana: implications for the supergene behaviour of gold.
    Mineralogical Magazine, 56: 545-60 (1992).

    Chatterjee A., D. Das and D. Chakraborty,
    A study of ground water contamination by arsenic in the residential area of Behala, Calcutta due to industrial pollution.
    Environmental Pollution., 80(1): 57-65 (1993).

    Chen C.J.,
    Blackfoot disease.
    Lancet, 335-442 (1990).

    Chen C.J., C.W. Chen, M.M. Wu, and T.L. Kuo,
    Cancer Potential in Liver, Lung, Bladder and Kidney due to Ingested Inorganic Arsenic in Drinking Water.
    Br J Cancer, 66:888-892 (1993).

    Chen C.J., Wang C.J.,
    Ecological correlation between arsenic level in well water and age-adjusted mortality from malignant neoplasms.   
    Cancer Res., 550:5470-5474 (1990).

    Chengwan, Fan and Naren Gaowa, Zhang Yumin,et al.,
    Analysis for arsenical water and approach for reason of rich arsenic in Westen Huhhot Basin
    Environment and Health, 10(2):56-8 (1993).

    Clarkson T.W.,
    Inorganic and organometal pesticides.
    Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology, Academic Press, San Diego, 545-552 (1991).

    Cuzick J., P. Sasieni, and S. Evans,
    Ingested Arsenic, Keratoses, and Bladder Cancer.
    Amer J Epidemiol, 136(4):417-421 (1992).

    Davies J. and C. Exley,
    Hydrochemical character of the main aquifer units of central and northeastern Bangladesh
     and possible toxicity of groundwater to fish and humans: FinalReport.

    Current Science, 73(I): 48-59 (1992).

    L.M. Del Razo, J.C. Corona, G. García-Vargas, A. Albores and M. E. Cebrián,
    Fluoride levels in well-water from a chronic arsenicism area of northern México. 
    Environmental Pollution, 80:91-94 (1993).

    L.M. Del Razo, M.A. Arellano and M.E. Cebrián, 
    The Oxidation States of Arsenic in Well Water from a Chronic Arsenicism Area of Northern Mexico.
    Environmental Pollution, 64:143-153 (1990).

    DeSastre, M.S.R., Varillas, A., and Kirschbaum, P.,
    Arsenic contentin water in the northwest area of Argentina.
    Proceedings of International Seminar on Arsenic in the Environment and its Incidence on Health (1992).

    Dutta, A.  and M Chaudhuri,
    Removal of arsenic from groundwater by lime softening with powdered coal additive
    Aqua, 41(1): 25-29 (1991).

    Dzombak, D. A. and Morel, M. M.,
    Surface complexation modelling.
    Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., 1(50):1154-57 (1990).

    Engel, R.R.,
    Ecologic study of arsenic in drinking water and mortality in U.S. counties.
    PhD Dissertation, University of California at Berkeley (1993).

    Engel, R.R, and O. Receveur,
    Re: "Arsenic Ingestion andInternal Cancers: a Review" (letter, comment).
    Amer J. Epidemiol, 138:896-897 (1993).

    EPC/MMP,
    Dhaka Region Groundwater and Subsidence Study:Final Report.
    Engineering and Planning Consultants, Sir M. MacDonald and Partners, Dhaka Water and Sewerage Authority (1991).

    Fan, C., Naren, G. and Zhang Y.,
    Analysis for arsenical water and approach for reason of rich arsenic in Westen Huhhot Basin.
    Environment and Health, 10(2):56-8 (1993). (in Chinese)

    Figueroa L., B. Razmilic, and M. Gonzalez,
    Corporal distribution of arsenic in mummied bodies owned to an arsenical habitat. 
    International Seminar Proceedings: Arsenic in the Environment and its Incidence on Health, May 25-29 (1992).

    Fontaine, J.A.,
    Regulating arsenic in Nevada drinking water supplies: past problem, future challenges.
    Arsenic exposure and health effects, Sci. Technol. Lett., 285–288 (1994).

    Fowle, J.R. III.,
    Health effects of arsenic in drinking water: research needs.
    Environ Geochem Health, 14:63-68 (1992).

    Hjordis M Foy, Samran Tarmapai, Poovanon Eamchan, Orapun Metdilogkul,
    Chronic arsenic poisoning from well water in a mining area in Thailand.
    Asia Pac J Public Health, 6(3): 150-2 (1992/1993).

    Huff, J.,
    Chemical toxicity and chemical carcinogenesis: Is there casual connection?---A comparative morphological evaluationof 1500 experiments.
    IARC Sci. Publ., 116:437-475 (1992).

    Garland M, Jorris JS, Rosner BA, Stampfer MJ, Spate VI, Baskett CJ, Willett WC, Hunter DJ,
    Toenail trace element levels as biomarkers: reproducibility over a 6-year period.
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 2:493-497 (1993).
    (Published erratum appears in Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 3(6):523, 1994.)

    Gonzalo G. García-Vargas, Adalberto García-Rangel,Manuel Aguilar-Romo, Javier García-Salcedo,
    Luz María DelRazo Jiménez, Patricia Ostrosky-Wegman, Cristina Cortinas de Navaand Mariano E. Cebrián,
    A Pilot Study on the Urinary Excretion of Porphyrins in Human Populations Chronically Exposed to Arsenic in Mexico.
    Human and Experimental Toxicology, 10:189-193 (1991).

    Gottschalk, C. Schmitz, S., Driehaus, W., and Jekel, M.,
    Verfahrenzur Oxidation yon Arsenate (lll) in Trinkwasseraufbereitung.
    Vom Wasser, 79: 225-235 (1992).

    Hayashi M, Yamamoto K, Yoshimura M, Hayashi H, Shitara A.,
    Cadmium, lead and zinc concentrations in human fingernails. 
    Bulletin of EnvironmentalContamination and Toxicology, 50:547-553 (1993).

    Hertz-Picciotto I, Smith AH, Holtzman D, Lipsett M, Alexeeff G.,
    The synergism between occupational arsenic exposure and smoking in producinglung cancer.
    Epidemiology, 1992(3):23-31 (1992).

    Hertz-Picciotto, I. and A.H. Smith,
    Observations on the Dose-Response Curve for Arsenic Exposure and Lung Cancer.
    Scand J of Work Environ Health, 19217-19226 (1993).

    Hirata, M., Tanaka, A., Hisanaga, A., and Ishinishi, N.,
    Effects of glutathione depletion on the acute nephrotoxic potential of arsenite and on arsenic metabolism in hamsters.
    Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 106: 469-81 (1990).

    Hopenhayn-Rich C, Smith AH, Goeden HM,
    Assessment of inorganic arsenic and its metabolites in persons drinking water containing high arsenic levels.
    Presented at the Thirty-first Hanford Symposium on Health and the Environment, October 19-23 (1992).

    Hopenhayn-Rich C, Smith AH, Goeden HM,
    Epidemiological evidence does not support the threshold methylation theory for the carcinogenicity of inorganic arsenic.
    Presented at the 4th meeting of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Cuernavaca, Mexico, August 26-29 (1992).

    Hopenhayn-Rich C, Smith AH,
    Relacion entre arsenico y conceresinternos: motodos de investigacion: proyectos de trabajo en la Argentina.
    Presented at the National Academy of Sciences, Cordoba, Argentina, June 4 (1992).

    Hopenhayn-Rich C, Smith AH, Goeden H.,
    Epidemiological studies do not support the methylation hypothesis for inorganic arsenic. 
    Environmental  Res., 60: 161-177 (1993).

    Hopenhayn-Rich C., Smith, A. H., and Goeden, H. M.,
    Human studies do not support the methylation threshold hypothesis for the toxicity of inorganic arsenic.
    Environmental Res., 60: 161-177 (1993).

    INDEC (Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Censos),
    Censo Nacional de Poblacion y Vivienda 1991.
    Serie B, No. 4. Resultados Definitivos: Caracteristicas Seleccionadas (1993).

    Jarup, L.,
    Dose-response Relation for Occupational Exposure to Arsenic and Cadmium.
    National Institute for Occupational Health, Sweden (1992).

    Johnson, S.Y. and Alarm A.M.N.,
    Sedimentation and Tectonics of the Sylhet Trough, Northeastern Bangladesh-
    United States Geological Survey, Open File Report, 90-313 (1990).

    Lujan, J.C. and Graieb O.J.,
    Eliminación del arsénico en agua por destilación a escala doméstica en zonas rurales.
    Revista Médical, Tucumán, 247-55 (1994).

    Luo, Z.D., Zhang, G.Y. and Ma, L.,
    Epidemiological survey of chronic arsenic poisoning at Tie Mengeng and Zhi Jiliang villages in Inner Mongolia.
    Chinese Public Health, 9(8):347–348 (1993). (in Chinese)

    Luo, Z.D., Zhang, G.Y. and Ma, L.,
    Epidemiological survey on chronic arsenic poisoning in Inner Mongolia.
    Journal of Endemic Disease Inner Mongolia, 18(1):4-6 (1993). (in Chinese)

    Kalman, D.A., Hughes, J., van Belle G., Burbacher, T., Bolgiano, D., Coble, K., mottet N.K., and Polissar L.,
    The effect of variable environmental arsenic contamination on urinary concentrations of arsenic species.
    Environ Health Perspect, 89:145-51 (1990).

    Keyse, S.M., Applegate, L.A., Tromvoukis, Y., Tyrrell, R.M.,
    Oxidant stress leads to transcriptional activation of the human heme oxygenasegene in cultured skin fibroblasts.
    Molecular and Cellular Biology, 10:4967-9 (1990).

    Lee, R.G., Eckhardt, H., Wortel, N.C., and Koppers, H.M.M.,
    Toxic concerns regarding water plant wastes.
    Am. Water Works Assoc. Res. Found., Chapter 4 (1991).

    Li, J. H., Rossman, T.,
    Commutagenesis of sodium arsenite. with ultraviolet radiation in Chinese hamster V79 cells.
    Biology of Metals, 4:197-200 (1991).

    Lu, Fu,
    Blackfoot Disease: Arsenic or Human Acid?
    Lancet, 336:115-116 (1990).

    Matos, E.L., D.M. Parkin, D.I. Loria and M. Vilenski,
    Geographical patterns of cancer mortality in Argentina.
    Int J Epidemiol, 19: 860-870 (1990).

    Mazumder, D. N. Guha and J. Das Gupta, A. K. Chakroborty, A. Chatterjee, D. Das and D. Chakroborty,
    Environmental pollution and chronic arsenicosis in South Calcutta. 
    Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 70(4):481-485 (1992).

    MMI,
    Final Report of the Deep Tubewell Il Project:
    Vol 2.1: Natural Resources, Vol 2.1/1: Groundwater Resources, Vol 2. t/3: Groundwater Salinity Study,
    Report prepared for the Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporationunder assignment to the Overseas Development (1992).

    MMI,
    Gumti Phase II Sub-Project Feasibility Study (Annex C: Groundwater Investigations.)
    Mort MacDonald International in association with Nippon Koei Co. Ltd., Government of Bangladesh, World Bank (1993).

    Monsur, Huasain,
    Stratigraphical and palaeomagnetic studies some Quaternary deposits of the Bengal Basin, Bangladesh.
    PhD Thesis, Free University of Brussels, Belgium (1990).

    MPO,
    Final Report: National Water Plan Project Phase II (Master Plan Organisation).
    Harza Engineering (USA) in association with Sir M MacDonald and Partners (UK); Meta Consultants, USA and EPC Ltd., Dhaka (1991).

    Navada, S. V. and Rao, S. M.,
    Study of Ganga River-groundwater interaction using environmental oxygen-18.
    Isotopenpraxis, 27:380-384 (1991).

    Nordenson I., Beckman L.,
    Is the genotoxic effect of arsenic mediated by oxygen free radical?
    Human Hered, 41:71-73 (1991).

    Nriagu, J.O., and Azcue, J.M.,
    Food contamination with arsenic in the environment.
    Food contamination from environmental sources, 23:121- 144 (1990).

    P. Ostrosky-Wegman, M.E. Gonsebatt, R. Montero, L. Vega, H. Barba, J. Espinosa,
    A. Palao, C. Cortinas, G. García-Vargas, L.M. Del Razoand Mariano Cebrián,
    Limphocyte Proliferation Kineticsand Genotoxic Findings in a Pilot Study on Individuals Chronically Exposedto Arsenic in México.
    Mutation Research, 250:477-482 (1991).

    Paik, M. K., Lee, K. H., Hson S.S., Park, I. M., Hong, J. H., and Hwang, B.D.,
    Human placental protein methylase--1. Purification and characterization.
    Int J Biochem, 23: 939-45 (1991).

    Petito CT, Beck BD.,
    Evaluation of evidence of nonlinearities in the dose-response curve for arsenic carcinogenesis. 
    Trace Substance Environmental Health, 24:143-176 (1991).

    PHED,
    National Drinking Water Mission Submission Project on Arsenic Pollution in Groundwater in West Bengal: Final Report.
    Compiled by Steering Committee, Arsenic Investigation Project, PHED, Government of West Bengal, p. 57 (1991).

    PHED,
    Arsenic Pollution in Groundwater in West Bengal: Final Report.
    Compiled by Steering Committee, Arsenic Investigation Project, PHED, Government of West Bengal (1991).

    Pitman, G. T. K.,
    National Water Planning in Bangladesh 1985-2005: The role of groundwater in Irrigation Development in Groundwater Irrigation
    of the Rural Poor - Options for Development in the Gangetic Basin.
    World Bank, Washington, DC (1993).

    Quatrehomme, G., O. Ricq. P. Lapalus, Y. Jacomet, A. Ollier,
    Acute arsenic intoxication: forensic and toxicologic aspects (an observation).
    J Forensic Sciences, 37:1163-71 (1992).

    Rashid, H.,
    Geography of Bangladesh.
    University Press, Dhaka, 1991.

    Ren, Xiugira,
    Study on environmental arsenic pollution from smelter and human exposure level in Yuman Province.
    Paper presented at National Symposium on Environmental Criteria, Nanking, May (1993).

    Rossman, T.G. and Wolosin, D.,
    Differential susceptibility to carcinogen-induced amplification of SV40 and dhfr.
    Molecular Carcinogenesis, 6: 203-213 (1992).

    Scott N., Hatlelid K.M., MacKenzie N.E., Carter D.E.,
    Reactions of arsenic (III) and arsenic (V) species with glutathione.
    Chem Res Toxicol., 6:102-106 (1992).

    Smith AH, Hopenhayn-Rich C, Bates MN, Goeden HM, Hertz-PicciottoI,Duggan HM, Wood R, Kosnett MJ, Smith MT,
    Cancer risks from arsenicin drinking water.
    Environmental Health Perspectives, 97:259-267 (1992).

    Smith AH, Hopenhayn-Rich C.,
    Effects of arsenic exposure on human health: a state of the art.
    Presented at the meeting, October 8 (1992).

    Smith AH, Hopenhayn-Rich C, Warner M, Engel R, Bates M, Goeden HM,
    Epidemiological study designs to examine bladder cancer risks from arsenic in drinking water.
    Presented at the 4th meeting of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Cuernavaca, Mexico, August 26-29 (1992).

    Smith AH, Hopenhayn-Rich C, Bates M, Goeden H, Hertz-Picciotto I,Duggan H, Wood R, Kosnett MJ, Smith MT,
    Cancer risks from arsenic in drinking water.
    Presented at the International seminar in Santiago, Chile, May 25-29 (1992).

    Smith, A.H., Hopenhayn-Rich, C., Warner, M., Biggs, M.L., Moore,L.E. and Smith, M.T.,
    Rationale for Selecting Exfoliated Bladder Cell Micronuclei as Potential Biomarkers for Arsenic Genotoxicity.
    J. Toxicol. Environmental. Health, 40: 223-234 (1993).

    Taketani, S., Kohno, H., Tokunaga, R., Ishii, T., Bannai, S.,
    Selenium antagonizes the induction of human heme oxygenase by arsenic cadmium ions.
    Biochemical International, 23: 625-32 (1991).

    Thompson, D.J.,
    A Chemical Hypothesis for Arsenic Methylation in Mammals.
    Chem Biol Interactions, 88:89-114 (1993).

    Tooley, Michael J.,
    Sea level changes.
    The Institute of British Geographers, SP. Series #20 (1991).

    Tsuda T., T. Nagira, M. Yamamoto, and Y. Kume,
    An Epidemiological Study on Cancer in Certified Arsenic Poisoning Patientsin Toroku.
    Ind Health, 28(2):53-62 (1990).

    Tsuda, T., Babazono, A., Ogawa, T., Hamada, H., Aoyama H., Kurumatani, N., Nagira, T., Hotta, N., Ilarada, M., and Inomata, S.,
    Inorganic arsenic: A dangerous enigma for mankind.
    Apl. Organomet. Chem., 6 (1992).

    Uthus, E.O.,
    Evidence for arsenic essentiality.
    Environ Geochem Health, 14: 55-58 (1992).

    Varsanyi, I., Z.F. Fodre, and A. Bartha,
    Arsenic in Drinking Water and Mortality in the Southern Great Plain, Hungary.
    Environ Geochem Health, 13:14-22 (1991).

    Wang, Z. and Rossman, T.G.,
    Stable and inducible arsenite resistance in Chinese hamster cells.
    Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol., 118:80-86 (1993).

    Warrick, R.A.,
    Climate and sea level change: observation, projections and implications.
    Cambridge University Press, (1993).

    Wei, F.S., Zheng, C.J., Chen, J.S., and Wu, Y.Y.,
    Study on the background contents on 61 elements of soils in China.
    Huanjing Kexue, 12(14):12-19 (1991).

    WHO,
    Guidelines for drinking water qualility.
    2nd Edition, Vol. 1, Recommendations, World Health Organisation, Geneva (1993).

    WHO,
    Arsenic pollution in groundwater in West Bengal.
    PHED, Consultation on arsenic in drinking water and resulting arsenic toxicity in India and Bangladesh, New Delhi (1991).

    Vaishya, R. C. and I. C. Agarwal,
    Removal of arsenic(III) fromcontaminated ground waters by Ganga Sand.
    Journal of Indian Water Works Association, 25(3):249-253 (1993).

    Yamanara K., Hasegawa A., Sawamura R., Okada S.,
    Cellular response to oxidative damage in lung induced by the administration of dimethylarsenic acid,
    a major metabolite of inorganic arsenics, in mice.

    Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., 108:205-213 (1991).

    Yamanaka K., Hoshino M., Okamoto M., Sawamura R., Hasegawa A., Okada S.,
    Induction of DNA damage by dimethylarsine, a metabolite of inorganic arsenic, is for the major part likely due to its peroxyl radical.
    Biochem Biophys Res Commun., 168:58-64 (1990).

    Zhendong, Luo and Zhang Yumin, Ma Liang, et al.,
    Epidemiological Survey of Chronic Arsenic poisoning at Tie Mengeng and Zhi Jiliang villages in Inner Mongolia.
    Chinese Public Health, 9(8):347-348 (1993).

    Zhendong, Luo et al.,
    Epidemiological survey on chronic arsenic poisoning in Inner Mongolia.
    Journal of Endemic Disease Inner Mongolia, 18(1):4-6 (1993).

    Zhong, S., Wyllie, A., Barnes, D., et al.,
    Relationship between the GSTM 1 genetic polymorphism and susceptibility to bladder, breast and colon cancer.
    Carcinogenesis, 14:1821-4 (1993).
     

     


     

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    Abernathy, J.R.,1983.
    Role of arsenical chemicals in agriculture.
    InW H Lederer and R J Fensterheim. eds. Arsenic: Industrial, Biomedical, Environmental Perspectives. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, pp. 57-62.

    Abrahams, P.W. and Thornton, I., (1987).
    Distribution and extend of land contaminated by arsenic and associated metals in miningregions of southwest England.
    Transactions of the Institution of Mining and metallurgy (Section B: Applied Earth Science). 96: B1-B8.

    Adriano, D. C., 1986.
    Trace Element in the Terrestrial Environment 
    Springer-Verlag, New York.

    Aggett, J. and Roberts, L.S., (1986).
    Insigtht into the mechanism of accumulation of arsenate and phosphatc ill hydro lake sediments measuring the rate of dissolution with ethylenediamine- tetraactic acid.
    Environmental . Sci. Technol. 20:183-186.

    Andreae, M. O., 1980.
    Arsenic in rain and the atmospheric mass balance of arsenic,
    Geophysical Research. 85:4512-4518.

    Aposhian H.V.
    Biochemical texicology of arsenic.

    RevBiochem Toxicol 10:265-299. 1989.

    Astolfi, E., S.C. Besuschio, J.C. Garcis-Fernandez, et al. 1982.
    HidroarsenicismoCronico Regional Endemico.

    Buenos Aires: Cooperative General Belgrano.3.

    Astolfi, E.A.N., MacCagno, A., Garcia Fernandez, J.C. et al., (1981)
    Relationbetween arsenic in drinking water and skin cancer:
    Biolog. trace ElementRes., 3:133-143.

    Ayers, R. S. and D. W. Westcot, 1989.
    Water Quality for Agriculture. Irrigation and Drainage

    Paper 29, Rev. I, FAO, Rome.

    Baldwin, W.J., 1983.,
    The uses of arsenic as a wood preservative.
    InW H Lederer and R J Fensterheim. eds. Arsenic: Industrial, Biomedical, Environmental Perspectives. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, pp. 99-110.

    Barker, J.A., J. Davies and R. Herbert. 1989.
    Pilot Study into Optimum Well Design: IDA 4000 Deep Tubewell II Project.

    Volume 4: Well and Aquifer Modelling Pt-l A multi-layer model for long term pumping tests. British Geological Survey Technical Report WD/89/I 1., 1989

    Barrett J. C., Lamb, P. W., Wang, T. C., and Lee, T. C. (1989).
    Mechanismsof arsenic-induced cell transformation.

    Biol. Trace Elem. Res,21,

    Bencko V. 1987.
    Arsenic.

    In:Genotoxic and Carcinogenic Metals: Environmental and Occupational Occurrence and Exposure. Princeton Scientific Publishing Co., Princeton, pp.1-30.

    Besuschio, S.C., A.C Perez Desanzo and M. Croci. 1980.
    Epidemiological associations between arsenic and cancer in Argentina.

    BiolTrace Elem Res, 2:41-55.

    BottomIcy, D.J., 1984.
    Origin of some arseniferous groundwaters in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick Canada.

    .Journal of Hydrology . 69(114) 223-257.

    Brown, A.D. & J.J. Jurinak, 1989.
    Mechanism of Pyrite Oxidation in Aqueous Mixtures.

    Journalof Environmental Quality (v, 1g:545-550.), 1989

    Brune D., G. Nordberg, and P.O. Wester. 1980.
    Distribution of 23 elements in the kidney, liver and lungs of workers from a smelteryand refinery in North Sweden exposed to a number of elements and of a control group.
    Science of the Total Environment, 16:13-35.

    Buchet, J.P., Lauwerys, R., and Roels, H., (1980).
    Comparison of several methods for the determination of arsenic compounds in water and urine. Their application for the study of arsenic metabolism and for the monitoring of workers exposed to arsenic.
    Int. Arch. Occup.Environmental . Health, 46:11-29.

    Cebrian M.E. 1987.
    Some Potential Problems in Assessingthe Effect of Chronic Arsenic Poisoning in North Mexico
    (abstract).In: Preprints of Papers Presented at the American Chemical Society, Divisionof Environmental Chemistry, 194th Meeting, pp. 114-116

    Cebrian, M.E., A. Albores, M. Aquilar and E. Blakely:
    Chronicarsenic poisoning in the north of Mexico

    Human Toxicology, 2 121-133, 1983.

    Chakraborti AK, Saha KC: 
    Arsenic Dermatoses from tubewell water in West Bengal. 
    Indian Journal of Medicinal Research 85:326-334, 1987.

    Chen CJ: 
    Anterogenicity and carcinogenicity of high arsenic artesian well water: multiple risk factors and related malignant neoplasms of blackfoot disease.

    Arteriosclerosis, 8:452-490,1988.

    Chen, C.J., Y.C. Chuang, S.L. You, and H.Y. Lin. 1986.
    A Retrospective Study on Malignant Neoplasms of Bladder, Lung and Liver in Blackfoot Disease Endemic Area in Taiwan.

    Br J Cancer, 53:399-405.

    Chen, C.J., T.L. Kuo, and M.M. Wu. 1988.
    Arsenic and Cancers

    (letter).Lancet, 1:414-415.

    Chen, C.J., Y.C. Chuang, T.M. Lin, and H.Y. Wu. 1985.
    Malignant Neoplasms Among Residents of a Blackfoot Discase-Endemic Area in Taiwan:High-Arsenic Artesian Well Water and Cancers.

    Cancer Res, 45:5895-5899.

    Choudhury, N.I., Ahmed, M.F., and Choudhury, J.R., (1987).
    Use of rainwater for water supply in coastal areas of Bangladesh.
    Proc.International Conference on Rain Water Cistern System. Thailand, 14-17January, 1987.

    1989. Clark, I.D., Ravenscroft, P. and Fritz, P.
    Origin and age of coastal groundwaters in Northern Oman.
    Proc. 10th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting (SWIM-10), Ghent Conference. W. de Breuck & L. Walschot (Eds.), v70, 75-84.

    Clement, W. H. and S. D. Faust, 1981.
    The release of arsenic from contaminated sediments and muds.
    J. Environ.Sci. Health, A16:87-112.

    Cullen, E.R., Reimer, K.J. 1989.
    Arsenic speciation in the environment.
    Chemical Reviews 89: 713-774.

    Cuzick, J. (1987)
    A Wilcoxon-type test for trend

    Stat Med 4: 87-90

    Cuzick, J., S. Evans, M. Gillman, and D.A.P.Evans. 1982.
    Medicinal Arsenic and Internal Malignancies.

    Br J Cancer,  45:904-911.

    Davies, J. 1989.
    Pilot Study into OptimumWell Design: IDA 4000 Deep Tubewell II Project.

    Volume 2: The geology of the alluvial aquifers of Central Bangladesh. British Geological Survey Technical Report WD/89/9.

    De Jong, S.J. and Kikietta, A.:

    Une particuliarité heureusement bien localisée; la présence d’arsenic en concentration toxique
    dans un village près de Mogtedo (Haute Volta)
    .
    Bulletin du Comité Interafricain d’Etudes Hydrauliques (CIEH) No. 42–43 (1980).

     

    Ed. B.A. Fowler: 
    Biological and Environmental Effects ofArsenic
    .
    Elesevier, Amsterdam, 1983

    Ed. W.H. Lederer and R.J. Fensterheim: 
    Arsenic: Industrial, Biomedical, Environmental Perspectives
    .
    Van Nostrand Reinhold,New York, 1984

    Ed. T.C. Hutchinson and K.M. Meena. Wiley: 
    Lead, Mercury,Cadmium and Arsenic in the Environment

    New York, 1987

    Enterline, P.E. and G.M. Marsh. 1982.
    Cancer Among Workers Exposed to Arsenic and Other Substances in a Copper Smelter.

    Am J Epidemiol, 116: 895-911.

    Enterfine, P.E.. Henderson, V.L., and Marsh,G.M. 1987.
    Exposure to arsenic and respiratory cancer: a reanalysis.

    Am J Epidemiol, 125: 929-938.

    Falk H., G.G. Caldwell, lshak- K.G., et al.1981.
    Arsenic-related-Hepatic Angiosarcoma.

    Am J Ind Med, 2: 43-50.

    FAO/UNDP. 1988.
    Land Resources Appraisal of Bangladesh
    Food and Agriculture Organisation / United Nations Development Programme, 1988.

    Gerhardsson L., D. Brune, G.F. Nordberg, and P.O. Wester. 1988.
    Multielementalassay of tissues of deceased smelter workers and controls.

    Scienceof the Total Environment, 74:97-110.

    Greenwood, N. N., and Earnshaw, A., (1989).
    Chemistry of the elements.

    PergamosPress, New York, NY.

    Goldberg, S., and Glaubig, R.A., (1988).
    Anion sorptionon a calcareous montmorillonitic soil- Arsenic.
    Soil Sci. Soc.Am. J., 52: 1297-1300.

    Goldfrank, L.R., Howland, M.A.,and Kirstein, R.S., (1986).
    Arsenic.
    In L.R. Goldfrank (ed.), Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies:A Handbook in Problem Solving. Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York, 2''ded., 609-618.

    Goldsmith, S., and From, A.H., (1980).
    Arsenic inducedatypical ventricular tachycardia.
    N. Engl. J. Med. 303: 1096-1098.

    Haskoning / IWACO. 1981.
    Khulna Water Supply Project. Feasibility Study.
    Final Report. Volume3 Water Resources and Volume 3. I Water Resources: Annexes. DPHE. 1981

    Hawkins D., Forbes R., Hok C., Dinkel D. 
    Arsenic in water,soil, bedrock and plants of the Ester Dome Area, Alaska
    .
    Institute of Water Resources, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK. 1982; ReportIWR-103.

    Hecht, S.S. and  El-Bayoumy, K., Rivenson A. & Fiala, E.S.:
    Bioassay for carcinogenicity of 3, 2'-dimethyl-4-nitrosobiphenyl, o-nitrosotoluene, nitrobenzene and the corresponding amines in Syrian golden hamsters.

    Cancer Lett., 20:349-354, 1983.

    Heddle R, and G.D. Bryant. 1983.
    Small cell lung carcinoma and Bowen's disease 40 years after arsenic ingestion.

    Chest, 84:776-77

    Henke G, Nucci A, Queiroz LS. 
    Detection of repeated arsenical poisoning by neutron activation analysis of foot nail segments. 

    Archives of Toxicology 50:125-131, 1982.

    Hovarth, A. 1980.
    A study of arsenic pesticides in rural Hungary.

    In Aquifer contamination and protection. Project 8.3 of the International Hydrological Programme, UNESCO, pp. 253-262.

    Hounslow, A. W.
    Ground-water geochemistry: Arsenic in landfills

    .GroundWater, 18 (4): 331-333, 1980.

    Hutton, M. & Symon, C., 1986.
    The quantities of lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic entering the U.K. environment from human activities.

    Science of the Total Environment. 57:129-150.

    Hsia, T.H., (1989).
    The pollution problems and treatmentmethods of arsenic in water.
    ASPAC-IWSA-Conf. Water, Nagoya,Japan, 1989.32-44.

    IARC. 1980.
    IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals to Man:

    Some Metals and Metallic Compounds, Vol. 23.Lyon: International Agency for Research on Cancer.

    IARC. 1987.
    IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans. Overall Evaluations of Carcinogenicity:

    An Updating ofthe IARC Monographs Volumes 1 to 42. Supplement 7. Lyon: InternationalAgency forResearch on Cancer  IARC Monographs, 27:39-61,1982

    IWACO. 1981.
    Khulna Water Supply Project. Feasibility Study.

    Final Report.Volume 3 Water Resource and Volume 3.1 Water Resources: Annexes. DPHE.,1981

    Jacobson-Kram, D. and D. Montalbano. 1985.
    TheReproductive Effects Assessment Group's Report on the Group's Report on the Mutagenicity of Inorganic Arsenic.
    Environmental Mutagenesis, 7:787-804.

    Jardine, P. M., McCarthy, J. F. & Weber, N. L.
    Mechanisms of dissolved organic carbon adsorption on soil.
    Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 53, 1378-1385 (1989).

    Johnson, C. A., and Thornton, I. (1987).
    Hydrological and chemical factors controlling the concentrations of Fe, Cu, Zn, and As ina river system contaminated by acid mine drainage.
    Water Res. 21: 359-365.

    Jones, P.H. 1985.
    Geology and groundwaterresources of Bangladesh.

    P H JonesHydrogeology Inc. World Bank /Asia Division), 1985

    Kadas, I., L. Balazs, A. Par, et al. 1985.
    Hepatic Angiosarcoma Following a Short Course of Arsenic Therapy.

    Zbl AllgPathol, 130:539-543.

    Kalman, D. A. (1988)
    Quantitation of arsenic speciesin urine for exposure assessment studies

    J Res National Bureau Standards 93: 315-317

    Kasper, M.L., L. Schoenfield, R.L. Strom, etal. 1984. 
    Hepatic Angiosarcoma and Bronchiolalveolar Carcinoma InducedbyFowler's Solution.

    J Amer Med Assoc, 252:3407-3408

    Kreiss, K., M. Zack, R. Feldman, C. Niles, J. Charico-Post, D. Sax, P. Landrigan, M. Boyd, D. Cox. 
    Neurologic evaluation of a population exposed to arsenic in Alaskam well water.

    Archives of Environmental health 1983; 38, (2): 116-121.

    Krumhardt A. 
    Arsenic, nitrate, iron and hardness in groundwater, Chena Hot Springs Road, Steel Creek Road, and Gilmore Trail areas,(T.1N., R.1E., FM), Fairbanks, Alaska
    .
    U.S. Geological Survey OpenFile Report , 1982; 82-356.

    Lamm, S.H. amd Niederer W.H., 1985 
    Inorganic Arsenic: Importance of Accurate Exposure Characterization  for Risk Assessment.

    InRisk "Analysis in the Private Sector" Whipple and Covello Eds. Pergamon, NY, and London

    Lederer W.H., Fensterheim, R.J. (eds.) 1983.
    Arsenic: Industrial, Biomedical, Environmental Perspectives.

    New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

    Lee-Feldstein A. 1986.
    Cumulative exposure to arsenic and its relationship to respiratory cancer among copper smelter employees.
    J Occup Med 28:296–302.

    Lee-Feldstein A. 1983.
    Arsenic and respiratory cancer in humans—follow-up of copper smelter employees in Montana.
    J Natl Cancer Inst 70:601–610.Lee TC, Tanaka N, Lamb PW, Gilmer TM, Barrett JC. 1988.
    Induction of gene amplification by arsenic.

    Science, 241:79-81.

    Loveseu, N.T., and Huang, P.M., (1981).
    Adsorption of arsenate by soils and its relation to selected chemical properties andanions.
    Soil Sci. 131: 88-94.

    Li, J.H., and Rossman, T.G. 1989.
    Inhibitionof DNA ligase activity by arsenite: a possible mechanism of its commutagenesis.

    Molecular Toxicology, 2: 1-9.

    Lubin JH, Pottern LM, Blot WJ, Tokudome S, Stone BJ, Fraumeni  JF Jr. 1981.
    Respiratory cancer among copper smelter workers:recent mortality statistics.
    J Occup Med 23:779–784.

    Luchtrath, H. 1983.
    The Consequences ofChronic Arsenic Poisoning Among Moselle Wine Growers: Pathoanatomical Investigations of Post-mortem Examinations Performed Between 1960 and 1977.

    J Cancer Res Clin Oncol, 105:173-182.

    Luong H., Forshaug J., Brown E. 
    Microbial leaching of arsenic from low-sulfide gold-mine material
    .
    Institute of Water Resources/Engineering Experiment Station, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK. 1983; Report IWR-?.

    Marcus, W.L. and A.S. Rispin. 1988.
    Threshold carcinogenicity using arsenic as an example.
    In: Advances inModern Environmental Toxicology; Risk Assessment and Risk Managenxnt ofIndustrial and Environmental Chemicals. eds. Cothern C.R., M.A. Mehlman,W.L. Marcus, eds. Princeton, Princeton Publishing, NJ.

    Mattsoff et al., 1982.
    The nature and source of arsenic in north-eastern Ohio groundwater.
    GroundWater.20:446-456.

    Maclean, K.S., and Langille, W.M., (1981).
    Arsenic in orchard and potato soils and plant tissue:
    Plant and soil, 61(3):413-418.

    Macnaif, M.R., and Cumbes, (1987).
    Evidence that arsenictolerance in Hollens lanatus L. is caused by an altered phosphate uptakesystems.
    New Phytol. 107: 387-394.

    Matisoff et al., 1982.
    The nature and source of arsenic in north-eastern Ohio groundwater.

    Ground Water. 20:446-456.

    Mazumder, D.N. Guha  and A. K. Chakroborty, A. Ghose, J. DasGupta, D. Chakroborti, S. B. Dey and N. Chattopadhaya:
    Chronicarsenictoxicity from drinking tubewell water in rural West Bengal

    .Bulletinof the World Health Organization, 64 (4): 499-506, 1988.

    McDonnell, J.M., Mayr, A.J., and Martin, W.J., (1989).
    DNA of human papilloma virus type 16 in dysplastic and malignant lesions ofthe conjunctiva and cornea.
    N. Engl..Med. 320: 1442-1446.

    Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1982).
    Survey of Arsenic in Food. Food Surveillance Paper No 8,
    HMSO, London.

    Mok, W.M., Riley, J.A., and Wai, C.M., (1988).
    Arsenic speciation and quality of groundwater in a lead-zinc nine, Idaho.
    Water Res. 22: 769-774.

    Moore, J.N., Kicklin, W.H., and Johns, C, (1988).
    Partitioning of arsenic and metals in reducing sulphidic sedements.
    Environmental . Sci. Technol. 22: 432-437.

    MPO. 1987.
    Groundwater Resources of Bangladesh.
    Technical Report Nr 5. Master Plan Organisation. Dhaka.Harza Engineering, USA in association with Sir M MacDonald & Partners,UK; Meta Consultants, USA and EPC Ltd, Dhaka., 1987.

    MMP/HTS 1982.
    ADB Second Tubewell Project.

    Vol3: Groundwater. Feasibility Study for Asian Development Bank. Sir M MacDonald & Partners in assoc, with Hunting Technical Services., 1982

    Ndiokwere C. 1985.
    A survey of arsenic levels in human hair andnails - exposure of wood treatment factory employees in Nigeria. 
    Environmental Pollution 9:95-105

    Nicolli, H.B., O'Connor, T.E., Suriano, J.M., Koukharsky, M.L., Gómez-Peral, M.A., Bertini,
    L.M., Cohen, I.M., Corradi, L., Balean O.A. and Abril, E.G.:

    Geoquímica del arsénico y de otros oligoelementos en aguas subterráneas de la llanura sudoriental de la Provincia de Córdoba. Academia Nacional de Ciencias, Córdoba, Miscelánea 71 (1985), pp. 1–112.

    Nielsen, F.H. 1980.
    Evidence of the essentiality of arsenic, nickel, and vanadium and their possible nutritional significance.

    In: Advances in Nutritional Research, Vol. 3, H.H. Draper, ed. Plenum: New York, pp157-192.

    Nriagu, J.O., and Pacyna, J.M., (1988).
    Quantitative assessment of world-wide contamination of air, water and soils by trace metals .
    Nature (London), 333:134-139.

     Olguin A, Jauge P, Cebrian M and Albores A.
    ArsenicLevels in Blood, Urine, Hair and Nails from a Chronically Exposed Human population
    Proc.West. Pharmacol. Soc. 26: 175-177 (1983)

    Ott, M.G. and Langner, R.R.,
    A mortality survey of men engaged inthe manufacture of organic dyes

    Journal of Occupational Medicine ,25:763-768, 1983.

    Pacyna, J.N., (1984).
    Estimation of the atmospheric emissions of trace elements from anthropogenic sources in Europe.
    Atmos Environmental  18(1), 41-50.

    Peters HA, Croft WA, Woolson EA, Darcey BA, Olson MA. (1984)
    Seasonal arsenic exposure from burning chromium-copper-arsenate-treated wood. 

    JAMA 251:2393-2396

    Peterson, M.L. & R. Carpenter, 1986.
    Arsenic distributioninporewaters and sediments of Puget Sound, Lake Washington, the Washingtoncoastand Saanich Inlet, B.C
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    Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,50:353-369.

    Petshagen G., (1981).
    The carcinogenicity of arsenic.
    Environmental Health Perspectives. 40: 93-100.

    Pitman G.T.K. 1981.
    Aquifer and recharge evaluation ill Bangladesh.
    UNDTCD Groundwater Survey. TechnicalNote 8., 1981

    Pomroy C., Charbonneau, S.M., McCullough, R.S., and Tam, G.K.H.,(1980) .
    Human retention studies with 74As.
    Toxicol.Appl.Pharmacol. 53: 550-556.

    Roat, J.W., A. Wald, H. Mendelow, et al. 1982.
    Hepatic Angiosarcoma Associated with Short-term Arsenic Ingestion.

    Am J Med, 73:933-936 .

    Robertson  F.N. : 
    Arsenic in groundwater under oxidizing conditions, south-west United States

    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 11 171-185, 1989.

    Rossman, T.G. (1980)
    Absence of arsenite mutagenicity in E. coli and Chinese hamster cells.

    Environ. Mutagen. 2:371-379.

    Rossman, T.G. (1981)
    Enhancement of uv-mutagenesis by low concentrations of arsenite in E. coli.

    MutationResearch, 91: 207-11. Biol. Trace Element Res. 21:373-381 (1989).

    Rus, J.S.
    Geohydrological Investigationsin Khulna.

    DPHE Water Supply and Sanitation Projects. DPHE. Netherlands - Bangladesh Development Co-operation Programme, 1985

    Saady, J.J., R.V. Blanke, and A. Poklis. 1989.
    Estimation of the body burden of arsenic in a child fatally poisoned by arsenite weedkiller.

    J of Analytical Toxicol, 13:310-2.

    Seidegard, J., and Pero, R.W. 1988.
    The genetic variation and the expression of human glutathione transferase mu.

    Klinische Wochenschrift, 66 (Suppl 11): 125-6.

    Seidegard, J., Vorachek, W.R., Pero, R.W, and Pearson, W.R. 1988.
    Hereditary differences in the expression of the human glutathione transferase activeon trans-stilbene oxide are due to a gene deletion.

    Proc Natl Acad Sci. USA, 85: 7293-7.

    Shirachi, D.Y., M.G. Johansen, J.P. McGowan, et al. 1983.
    Tumorigenic Effect of Sodium Arsenite in Rat Kidney.

    Proc West Pharmacol, 26:413-415.

    Sharp D.S., Osterloh J., Becker C.E., Smith A.H., Holman B.L., Fisher J.M.
    Elevated blood pressure in treated hypertensives with low-levellead accumulation.

    Arch. Environmental . Health, 1989; 44:18-22. 1989

    Schoolmeester, W.L., and White, D.R., (1980).
    Arsenic poisoning.
    South.Med. J., 73: 198-208.

    Southwick, J.W., A.E. Western, M.M. Beck, T. Whitley, R. Isaacs,J.Petajan, C.D.Hansen. 1983.
    An Epidemiological Study of Arsenic inDrinkingWater in Millard County, Utah.

    In Arsenic: Industrial,Biomedical,Environmental Perspectives Proceedings of the Arsenic Symposium.W. Lederer,R. Fensterheim, eds. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company

    Tanaka, T., (1988).
    Distribution of arsenic in the natural environment with emphasis on rocks and soils.
    Appl. Organomet.Chem, 2(4): 283-295.

    Tebbutt, T.H.Y., 1983.
    Relationship Between Natural Water Quality and Health,
    UNESCO, Paris., 25 pp

    Tello, E.E.:
    Arsenicismos hídricos: Que es el hidroarsenicismo crónico regional endémico argentino (HACREA)?
    Arc.Argent.Dermat. T XXXVI 4 (1986), pp. 197–214.

    Tello, E.E.:
    Carcinomas of internal organs and their relationship to arsenical drinking water in the Republic of Argentina.
    Med. Cutan. Ibero. Lat. Am. 16 (1988), pp. 497–501.

    Tsuda, T., T. Nagira, M. Yamamoto, et al. 1989.
    Malignant Neoplasms Among Residents who Drank Well Water Contaminated by Arsenicfrom a King's Yellow Factory.
    Sangyo Ika Daigaku Zasshi, 11:289-301

    UNDP, 1982.
    The Hydrogeological Conditions of Bangladesh
    United Nations Development Programme. DP/UN/BGD-74-009/1., 1982

    USEPA: 
    Special report on ingested inorganic arsenic - skin cancer, nutritional essentiality
    .
    U.S. Environmental ProtectionAgency.  EPA-625/3-87-013. Washington, D.C., 1988.

    Umitsu, M. 1987.
    Late Quaternary sedimentary environment and landform evolution in the Bengal Lowland.
    Geographical Review of Japan. B,60, 164-178., 1987

    Uthus, E.O., W.E. Cornatzer, and F.H. Nielsen. 1983.
    Consequences of arsenic deprivation in laboratory animals.

    In: Arsenic: Industrial, Biomedical, Environmental Perspectives. W.H. Lederer and R.I. Fensterheim, eds. Van Nostrand Reinhold, NewYork, pp. 173-189

    Vahter, M., and Marafante, E. 1987.
    Effects of low dietary intake of methionine, choline or proteins on the biotransformation of arsenitein the rabbit.
    Toxicology Letters, 37: 41 -46.

    Vahter M. 1983.
    Metabolism of Arsenic.

    In: Biologicaland Environmental Effects of Arsenic. Fowler B.A., ed. Elsvier, Amsterdam,  pp. 171-198.

    Vahter, M, E. Marafante and L. Dencker. 1984.
    Tissue distribution and retention of 74As-dimethylarsinic acid in mice and rats.

    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol, 13:259-64

    Varsanyl et al., 1982.
    Arsenic in drinking water and mortalityin Southern Great Plain, Hungary.

    Environmental Geochemistry and Health. 13:14-22.

    Wall S. 1980.
    Survival and Mortality Pattern Among Swedish Smelter Workers.

    Int  J Epidemiol, 9:73-87.

    Wang, G.:
    Arsenic poisoning from drinking water in Xinjiang.

    Chinese J. Prevent. Med., 18 (1984), pp. 105–107.

    Wauchope, R.D. & McDowell, L.L., 1984.
    Adsorption of phosphates, methano-arsenate, and cacodylate by lake and stream sediments:Comparison with soils. Journal of Environmental Qualitv.13:499-504.

    Weber, Eric F. 
    A Stochastic Model and Risk Analysis of Arsenic, Well Depth, and Well Yield in the Fairbanks Area, Alaska
    .
    Dept.of Geol/./Geophys., Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks, Ak 99775, 1986. Datafordomestic well water.

    Welch, Alan H. and  Michael S. Lico and Jennifer L. Hughes:
    Arsenicin Ground Water of the Western United States.
    GroundWater 26(3):333-347, 1988.

     

    World Health Organization. 1986.
    Review of potentially harmful substances - Arsenic, mercury and selenium.
    Reports and Studies, no.28: 171. Geneva: WHO.

     

    World Health Organization (WHO). 1981a.
    Environmental Health Criteria 18: Arsenic.
    WHO, Geneva. 87-146.

    World Health Organization. 1981b.
    Environmental Health Criteria 18: Arsenic.
    WHO, Geneva. 77-78.

    WHO:
    Environmental Health Criteria 18: Arsenic

    World Health Organization, Geneva, 1980.

    Wu, M.M., T.L. Kuo, Y.H. Hwang, and C.J Chen. 1989.
    Dose Response Relation Between Arsenic Concentration in Well Water and Mortality From Cancers and Vascular Diseases.

    Am J Epidemiol. 1123-1132.

    Woolson, E A, 1983.
    Man's perturbation on the arsenic cycle.
    InW H Lederer and R J Fensterheim. eds. Arsenic: Industrial,Biomedical, Environmental Perspectives. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York,pp. 99-110.

    Yamanaka K., Hasegawa A., Sawamura R., Okada S.
    Dimethylated arsenics induce DNA strand breaks in lung via the production of active oxygen inmice.

    Biochem Biophys Res Commun 165:43-50. 1989.

    Zaldivar R. 1980.
    A morbid condition involving cardiovascular,broncho-pulmonary, digestive and neural lesions in children and young adultsafter dietary arsenic exposure.

    Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie.1. Abt. Originale. B:Hygiene, Krankenhaushygiene, Betriebshygiene, PraventiveMedizin, 170:44-56.

    Zaldivar R., and G.L. Ghai. 1980.
    Clinical epidemiological studies on endemic chronic arsenic poisoning in children and adults, includingobservations on children with high- and low-intake of dietary arsenic.

    Zentralblatt fur Bakieriologie. 1. Abt. Originale. B: : Hygiene, Krankenhaushygiene,Betriebshygiene, Praventive Medizin,  170:409-21.

    Ziclhuis, R.L, and Wibowo, A.A.E, (1984).
    Standard setting metal speciation: Arsenic.
    In J.O. Nriagu (ed.), Changing metalcycle and human health, Sahlem Konferentzwn. Springer, Berlin. 323-344.

    Zou, B.J., (1986).
    Arsenic in soil
    .
    Turangxue Jinzhan,14(2): 8-13.

     


     

    1970-1999  top


    Amasa, S.K., 1975.
    Arsenic pollution at Obuasi gold-minetown and surrounding countryside.
    Environmental Health Perspectives,12:131-135.

    Andersen S.L.C., A. Nielslen, F. Reymann. 1973.
    Relationship Between Bowen Disease and Internal Malignant Tumors.

    Arch Dermatol, 108:367-370

    Aston, S R, Thornton, I and Webb, J S, (1975).
    Arsenic in stream sediments and waters of southwest, England.
    Sci. TotalEnvironmental . 4: 347-58.

    Bakr, M.A. 1977.
    Quaternary geomorphic evolution of the Brahmanbaria-Noakhali area.

    Geol.Surv. Bangladesh Rec. V.I, 2., 1977

    Bhuvaneswaran C.
    The influence of phosphorilation state radioonenergy conservation in mitochondria treated with inorganic arsenate.
    Biochem Biophys Res Commun 90:1201-1206. 1979.

    Borgono, J.M. and R. Greiber 1971.
    Epidemiological Study of Arsenicism in the City of Antofagasta.

    Rev Med Chile, 99:702-707.

    Borgono, J.M., P. Vicent, H. Venturino, and A. Infante. 1977.
    Arsenic in the Drinking Water of the City of Antofagasta: Epidemiological and Clinical Study Before and After the Installation of a Treatment Plant.

    Environmental Health Perspect, 19:103- 105

    Braminer, H. 1971.
    Soil Resourcesof East Pakistan.
    Soil Survey Department. Food and AgricultureOrganisation. Braminer, H. 1996. Geography of the Soils of Bangladesh.University Press. Dhaka.

    Bmnnschweiler, R.O. 1974.
    Indo-Burman Ranges.

    In:A.M. Spencer (ed}. Mesozoic-Cenozoic Orogenic Belts. GeaL Soc Spec.Pub.,4.

    Curray, J.R. and DG. Moore. 1974.
    Sedimentary and tectonic processes in the Bengal Deep Sea Fan and geosyocline.

    In: C.A. Burk and C.L. Drake (ads). The geology of continental margins.Springer - Verlag DANIDA. 1989. Groundwater Investigation Reports:Laksmipur, Maiidea (Noaldmli) and Chuomohani DPHE-DANIDA., 1974

    Ferguson, J.F. & J. Gayis, 1972.
    A review of the arsenic cycle in natural waters. Water Research. 6:1259r 1274. GRG, 1998. Subsurface Investigation in the Arsenic Problem Areas of Rajarampur, Chalnai and Baraghari, Nawabganj District, Bangladesh.

    Research Study Report prepared for R&D Division, DPHE by Geohaza: dResearch Group, Department of Geology, University of Dhaka.

    Ferguson, J.F. & J. Gavis, 1972.
    A review of the arsenic cycle in natural waters.

    Water Research. 6:1259-1274. Folk, R. L., 1966. A Review of grain size parameters. Sedimentology, 6:73-93.

    Goldman A.L. 1973. 
    Lung cancer in Bowen's desease.

    Am Rev Respir Disease, 108:1205-1207.

    Grobe J.W. 1976.
    Periphere Durchblutungsstorungen und Akrocyanose bei Arsengeschadigten
    Moselwintzern (Peripheral Circulatory Disorders and Acrocyanosiswith Arsenic).
    Berufs Dermatosen, 24:78-84.

    Gupta, S.K., and Chen, K.Y., (1978).
    Arsenic removal byadsorption.
    J. Water Pollut. Contro Fed. 50: 493-506.

    Harrington JM, et al.:
    A survey of a population exposed to highconcentrations of arsenic in well waters in Fairbanks, Alaska
    .
    AmericanJournal of Epidemiology 108:377-385, 1978.

    Hess, R.E. and R.W. Blanchar:
    Arsenic stability in contaminated soils
    .
    Soil Soc. Am. J., 40 847-852, 1976

    Hiltbold, A.E., 1975.
    Behaviour of organo-arsenicals in plantsand soils. 

    In E A Woolson ed. Arsenical American Chemical Society, Washington D.C., pp. 53-69.

    Huizing, H.G.J. 1970.
    A reconnaissance study of the mineralogy of sand fractions from East pakistan sedimentsand soils.
    Geoderma, 6, 1094 13., 1970

    Johnson P., Wilcox D., Morgan W., Merto J., McFadden R. 
    Arsenic, nitrate, iron and hardness in groundwater, Fairbanks area, Alaska
    .
    U.S.Geological Survey Open File Report, 1978; 78-1034.

    Klohn, W.:
    Boro y arsénico en aguas del norte de Chile.
    Internat. Symp. on Hydrology of Volcanic Rocks. Lanzarote, Spain. 1974, pp. 579–592.

    Krumhardt A. 
    Arsenic, nitrate, iron and hardness in groundwater, Chena Ridge Vicinity, Fairbanks, Alaska
    .
    U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report, 1979; 80-49.

    Lander, J.J., R.J. Stanley, H.W. Sumner, et al. 1975.
    Angiosarcoma of the Liver Associated with, Fowler's Solution.
    Gastroenterology 68:1582-1586.

    Mitchell R.A., Chang B.F., Huang C.H., DeMaster E.G.
    Inhibition of mitochondrial energy-linked functions by arsenate.Evidence for a nonhydrolytic mode of inhibitor action.

    Biochemistry 10:2049-2054.1971.

    MMP. 1977. 
    BADC/IDA Tubewell Project.

    VolIII: Groundwater. Sir M MacDonald & Partners. Bangladesh AgriculturalDevelopment Corporation, 1977

    Moller, R., A. Nielsen, and F. Reymann. 1975.
    Multiple Basal Cell Carcinoma and Internal Malignant Tumors.
    Arch Dermatol, 111:584-585

    National Agency of Sciences. 1977.
    Arsenic. In Medical andBiological Effects of Environmental Pollutants.
    Washington, D.C.

    Nelson, G.L., 1978.
    Packer tests to identify arsenic-producing zones in bedrock wells.
    Ground Water. 16(5):363.

    Pizarro, G. and Balabanoff, L.:
    Estudio de eliminación del arsénico en el agua de Antofagasta.

    Bol. Soc. Chil. Quím. 12 (1973), pp. 1–8.

    Puga, F., Olivos, P., Greyber, R., González, I., Heras, E., Barrera, S. and González, E.:
    Hidroarsenicismo crónico: Intoxicación arsenical crónica en Antofgasta: Estudio epidemiológico y clínico.

    Rev. Chilena Pediatría 44:3 (1973), pp. 215–223.

    Rosenberg H. 1974.
    Systemic arterial disease and chronic arsenicism in infants.

    Archives of Pathology, 97:360-65.

    Rossman, T.G. (1975)
    Effects of sodium arsenite on the survivalof UV-irradiated E. coli Inhibition of a recA. 

    Mutat.Res. 30:157-162.

    Rossman, T.G. (1977)
    Effects of arsenite on DNA repair in Escherichia coli.

    Environ. Health Perspect. 19:229-233.

    Sandberg, G..R.. & Allen, I.K., 1975.
    A proposed arsenic cycle in agro-economic ecosystem.
    In E A Woolson ed, Arsenical Pesticides. American Chemical Society, Washington DC., pp. 53-69.

    Smith TJ, et al. : 
    Airborne arsenic exposure and excretion of methylated arsenic compounds. 

    Environmental Health Perspectives 19:89-93, 1977.

    Tello, E.E.:
    Hidroarsenisismo Crónico Regional Endémico (HACRE), sus manifestaciones clínicas.

    Imprenta de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Cordoba, Argentina, 1951.

    Tseng, W.P.:
    Effects and dose response relationships of skin cancer and Blackfoot disease with arsenic

    Environmental Health Perspectives, 19:109-119, 1977.

    Webb, J.L. (ed.), (1976).
    Enzyme and Metabolic Inhibitors.
    Academic Press, New York.

    Wedepohl, K. H. (1978).
    Handbook of Geochemistry,
    vol. II. Springer-Verlag. New york, NY.

    Wilson F., Hawkins D. 
    Arsenic in streams, stream sedimentsand groundwater, Fairbanks area, Alaska
    .
    Environmental Geology,1978; 2(4): 195-202.

    Wood, J. M., 
    Science: Biological cycles for toxic elements in the environment

    183 (March): 1049-1052, 1974.

    Yamane, T., (1979).
    Actual state of and countermeasureagainst arsenic pollution in Shimane Prefecture.
    In M. Shibuya(ed.), Mechanism and Analysis of Soil Pollution. Sangyotosho, Tokyo.38-71.

    Yamauchi, H., and Yamamura, Y., (1979a).
    Dynamic changeof inorganic arsenic and methylarsenic compounds in human urine after oralintake as arsenic trioxide.
    Ind. Health, 17: 79-83.

     

     

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    Ayerza, A.:
    Arsenicismo regional endémico (keratodermia y melanodermia combinadas).
    Bol. Acad. Medicina 2–3 (1917a), pp. 11–24.

    Ayerza, A.:
    Arsenicismo regional endémico (keratodermia y melanodermia combinadas) (continuación).
    Bol. Acad. Medicina 2–3 (1917b), pp. 41–55.

    Ayerza, A.:
    Arsenicismo regional endémico (keratodermia y melanodermia combinadas) (continuación).
    Bol. Acad. Medicina 1–24 (1918).

     
    Chen, K.P. and Wu, H.Y.:
    Epidemiologic studies on blackfoot disease in Taiwan:
    2. A study of source of drinking water in relation to the disease.
    J. Formosan Med. Assoc. 61:7 (1962), pp. 611–618.


    Chen, K.P., Wu, H.Y. and Wu, T.C.:
    Epidemiologic studies on black-foot disease in Taiwan:
    3. Physicochemical characteristics of drinking water in endemic blackfoot disease areas.
    Mem. Coll. Med. Nat. Taiwan Univ. 8:1–2 (1962), pp.115–129.


    Círculo Médico del Rosario:
    Sobre la nueva enfermedad descubierta en Bell-Ville.
    Rev. Médica del Rosario VII (1917), p. 485.

    Coleman, JM. 1969.
    Brahmaputra ns,er channel processes and sedimentation.

    Sad Geol., 3, 129-239., 1969

    Craig, H. 1961.
    Isotopic variations in meteoric waters.
    Science133, 1702-1703.

    Fierz U. 1965.
    Katamnestische Untersuchungen uber die Nebenwirkungen der Therapie mit Anorganischem Arsen bei Hautkrankheiten.

    Dermatologica, 131: 41-58

    Glazencr, F.A., Elis, J.G., and Johnson, P.K., (1968).
    Electrocardiographic findings with arsenic poisoning.

    Calif. Med. 109: 158-162.

    Hill, A Bradford and Faning E.L,  Perry, K., Bowler R.G  Bucknel H.M. Druett H.A. and Scilling R.SF
    Studies in the incidence of cancer in a factory handing inorganic compounds of Arsenic

    Brit J. Indust Med 5, 1-15

    Holop, J.F. and J. Keizer. 1969.
    Some aspects of the stratigraphy and correlation of the Sumaa Basin wells,

    17,Pakistan. Proc. 4th Symp. Pet. Res. ECAFE, Min. Res. Se,'. 36, 143-154., 1969

    HTS/MMP. 1967.
    Report on Investigationsinto Irrigating tea in Sylhet and Chittagong Districts. Hunting
    Technical Services Ltd and Sir MacDonald &Partners. East Pakistan Tea Board

    Hutchinson, J. (1888)
    Diseases of the skin: On some examples ofArsenic_keratosis of the skin and of Arsenic-Cancer. 

    Transactions of the Pathological Society of London 39:352-363, 1888.

    Hutchinson, J. 1887.
    Arsenic cancer.

    Br Med J, 2:1280-1281.

    Kallet, A. and Schlink, F.J., (1933).
    100,000,000 GuineaPigs, dangers in every foods drugs, and cosmetics.
    Vangurad, NewYork.

    Kopp, J.F. & R.C. Kroner, 1968.
    Trace metals in the watersof the United States- A five year summary of trace metals in rivers andlakes of the United States
    (October 1, 1962-September 30, 1967).
    U.S. department of the Interior, Federal Water Pollution Control administration,48 pp.

    Lee A, Fraumeni JF Jr. 1969.
    Arsenic and respiratory cancer in man: an occupational study.
    J Natl Cancer Inst 42:1045–1052.

    Morgan, J.P. and W.G. Maintire. 1959.
    Quaternary geology of the Bengal Basin, East Pakistan and India.

    Geol.Soc.Amer. Bull., 70, 319-342., 1959

    Morris HF. 1978.
     Testimony on proposed standard for exposure to inorganic arsenic
    (exhibit 28B) in Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration: occupational exposures to inorganic arsenic—final standard. Fed Reg 43:19584–19629.

    Neubauer, 0. 1947.
    Arsenical cancer; a review.

    Br J Cancer, 1:192-251.

    Onishi, Y., 1969.
    Arsenic.

    In: Correns, C.W., D.M. Shaw, K.K. Turekian, & J. Zeman (eds) Handbook of Geochemisry, I-3, Springer, Berlin, 33B 1-33M 1.

    Onishi, Y. and E.B. Sandell 1955:
    Geochemistry of arsenic
    .
    Geochimicaet Cosmochimica Acta, 7 1-33

    Palache, C., Bennan, H., and Frondel, C., (1949).
    The system of mineralogy
    J.D.Dana and E.S.Dana. Wiley, New York.

    Partington, J. R., 1935.
    Origins and Development of Applied Chemistry,
    Longman, London.

    Regelson, W., U. Kim, J. Ospina, et al. 1968.
    Hemangioendothelial Sarcoma of Liver from Chronic Arsenic Intoxication by Fowler's Solution.

    Cancer, 21:514-522.

    Reichert, F. and Trelles, R.:
    Yodo y arsénico en las aguas subterráneas.

    Anal. Asoc. Quim. Argent. 9 (1921), pp. 89–95.

    Robson, A.O. and A.M. Jelliffe. 1963.
    Medicinal arsenic poisoning and lung cancer.

    Br Med J, 207-09.

    Roth, F. 1957.
    The Sequelae of Chronic Arsenic Poisoning in Moselle Vintners.

    Germ Med Monthly, 82:172-175.

    Sommers, S.C. and R.G. McManus. 1953.
    Multiple Arsenical Cancersofthe Skin and Internal Organs.

    Cancer, 6:347-359

    Tourtelot, H.A., 1964.
    Minor-element composition and organic carbon content of marine and non-marine shales of late Cretaceous age inthe western interior of the United States.
    USGS Journal of Research, 2:233-248.

    Trelles, R., Larghi, A. and Paez, J.P.:
    El problema sanitario de las aguas destinadas a la bebida humana, con contenidos elevados de arsénico, vanadio y flúor.
    Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Facultad de Ingeniería, Instituto de Ingeniería Sanitaria. Publ. 4, 1970.

    Tseng, W.P and  H M Chu, S W How, J M Fong, C S Lin and S Yeh:
    Prevalanceof skin cancer in an endemic area of chronic arsenicism inTaiwan
    .
    Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 40 (3):453-463, 1968.

    Whorton, J.C., (1969).
    Insecticide residues of foods as a public health problem:

    1865-1938. Thesis. University of Wisconsin, Michigan.

    Yang, T., and Blackwell, R.Q. 1961.
    Nutritional and environmental conditions in the endemic Blackfoot area.
    Formosan Science, 15:101-129.

     

     

    Undated  top

    Talukder, S A., and W Kosmus, (undated).
    Studies of Analytical Chemistry in Drinking Water Quality and Arsenic Calamityin Ground Water of Bangladesh.

    Schreiber (undated).    
    Stratigraphic and Geochemical Controls ontoxins-Mobilisation and Transport of Naturally Occurring Arsenic in Groundwater

    (Draft of technical paper)

    Wasserman, GA, X Liu, F Parvez, H Ahsan, P Factor-Litvak, A van Green,
    V Slakovich, NJ Lolacono, Z Cheng, I Hussain, H Momotaj and JH Graziano. 2004.
    Water arsenic exposure and children.


     
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