By descending year of publication.
Arsenic Poisoning in Bangladesh: End of A Civilization. By Dr. Jamal Anwar. Published
by Palash Media and Publisher, Dhaka, May 2000. ISBN-984-460-035-9.
Arsenic in Drinking Water.
Subcommittee on Arsenic in Drinking Water, National Research Council, 1999. 330pp.
"... evaluates epidemiological
data on the carcinogenic and noncarcinogenic health effects of arsenic
exposure of Taiwanese populations and compares those effects with the effects
of arsenic exposure demonstrated in other countries—including the United
States. The book also reviews data on toxicokinetics, metabolism,
and mechanism and mode of action of arsenic to ascertain how these data
could assist in assessing human health risks from arsenic exposures. This
volume recommends specific changes to improve the toxicity analyses and
risk characterization. The implications of ... [the proposed reduction
of] EPA’s current MCL for arsenic are also described."
Arsenic in Drinking Water (1999). Commission on Life Sciences. National
Academy Press. [Whole
book online] (I haven't figured out yet if this and the previous reference
are to the same book ... could be.)
- Exposure & Health Effects III, 1999. Abernathy, Calderon,
Chappell, eds. Elsevier 440 pp. Proceedings of the
Society of Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH) Third International
Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, San Diego, California, 12-15
July, 1998. "The Third SEGH Conference continued the theme of global
impact of arsenic. In addition, two new countries with significant arsenic
problems, Inner Mongolia and Bangladesh, were represented. The Bangladesh
problem could be larger than the one in West Bengal with a possible two-thirds
of the population at risk. The conference also featured a session on mechanisms
of cancer carcinogenesis. Several scientists presented their work on this
important issue which is central to considerations of such questions as the
shape of the dose-response curve at low doses. This latter issue was featured in
the final session of the conference. Another session that was new and of great
interest was on the treatment of victims of chronic arsenic poisoning."
Arsenic - Exposure & Health Effects. 1997. Abernathy, Calderon,
Chappell, eds. Chapman & Hall. Proceedings of the
Society of Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH) Second International
Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects. "This book presents the
most up-to-date summary of environmental arsenic problems worldwide, containing
new reports on arsenic exposure in Thailand, Mongolia and China. It also
presents papers on the arsenic problems in Central Europe, Asia and the
USA. There are chapters describing the sources, pathways, toxicokinetics
and toxicodynamics of arsenic in the environment, as well as the latest
information on prevention, control and treatment of arsenic exposure. The
latest work on epidemiologic studies of the reproductive, cardiovascular
and neurologic effects of arsenic is presented here, along with papers
on the cancer and non-cancer health effects of arsenic and drinking water
treatment technology." [NB - the Barnes & Noble listing
states "Vol. 2", probably to distiguish it from the 1995 book (see next
Arsenic Exposure & Health. 1995. Chappell, Abernathy,
336pp. Proceedings of the Society of Environmental Geochemistry
and Health (SEGH) First International Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health
Effects. "Section 1: Methodology and Modeling. Hydrogeochemical Modeling
to predict subsurface transport. Modeling of diffuse-source nitrate
transport beneath grazed leguminous pastures. Section 2 : Case studies.
Nitrates in groundwater in the southeastern USA. Residual soil nitrate
after application of nitrogen fertilizer to crops. Effect of crops
and fertilisation of crops and fertilisation regimes on the leaching of
solutes in an irrigated soil. Groundwater pollution in Australian
regional aquifers. Groundwater contamination from municipal landfills
in the USA. Aqueous behaviour of elements in a flue gas desulfurisation
sludge disposal site. Subsurface movement of polychlorinated biphenyls.
The value of research on health effects of inorganic ingested arsenic.
Human oral exposure to inorganic arsenic." etc.
Arsenic Removal by Enhanced Coagulation & Membrane Processes 1996.
Hering & Elimelech.
Arsenic in the Environment 1994. John Wiley & Sons.
Selenium in Nutrition. Revised edition. [Whole
Occurrence & Pathways of Lead, Mercury, Cadium & Arsenic in the Environment:
Scope 31 1987. Hutchinson &Meema (Eds.)
Chemistry of Arsenic. Edited by: William T.
Frankenberger. Print Published: 12/01/2001. Hard Cover. 410 pages. Illustrated.
Print ISBN: 0- 8247-0676-5. Description: Highlights new developments in the
transport kinetics, seasonal cycling, accumulation, geochemistry,
transformation, and toxicology of arsenic.
Environmental Health Criteria 18: Arsenic
1981. WHO EHC series publication. Full text available online.
Arsenic: Medical and Biological Effects of Environmental Pollutants (1977).
Commission on Life Sciences. National Academy Press. [Whole