CRC Press – 2012 – 300 pages
Series: Arsenic in the environment
This book is an overview of arsenic in the environment emphasizing geochemistry. It covers arsenic in rocks, minerals, soils and sediments, surface and ground waters, vegetation, analytical chemistry, with a short section on toxicology and epidemiology, and case histories in about 50 countries.
1. Introduction; 2. Natural occurrences; 3. Solid solubility and aqueous speciation; 4. Analytics; 5. Microbiology; 6 Surface-water geochemistry; 7. Ground-water geochemistry; 8. Global geochemical cycle of arsenic; 9. References