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  1. Significance and Treatment of Volatile Organic Compounds in Water Supplies

    By Neil M. Ram

    Significance and Treatment of Volatile Organic Compounds in Water Supplies reviews EPA-approved analytical methods for VOC analysis, QA/QC, data quality objectives and limits of detection. It covers current methods for the assessment of health effects, including toxicity and carcinogenicity. If you...

    Published February 26th 1990 by CRC Press

  2. Aflatoxins & Human Health

    By Ivana Dvorackova

    This up-to-date reference includes the most recent available data and detailed case studies concerning the potential health risks of aflatoxin in the human population. It covers everything from acute toxic effects of aflatoxin in men to original observations concerning occupational health hazards...

    Published December 21st 1989 by CRC Press

  3. Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology of Aluminum

    By T. Lewis

    This valuable new book examines the sources, fate, transport, and health effects of aluminum in aquatic and terrestrial environments. Concisely written by leading experts, Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology of Aluminum bridges numerous scientific disciplines that are conducting research on this...

    Published September 1st 1989 by CRC Press

  4. Medical Response to Effects of Ionizing Radiation

    Edited by W.A. Crosbie, J.H. Gittus

    Proceedings of a Conference on Medical Response to Effects of Ionizing Radiation held at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, UK, 28-30 June 1989....

    Published July 20th 1989 by CRC Press

  5. Health Effects of Drinking Water Contaminants

    By Edward J. Calabrese

    This new book evaluates the risks and benefits of the widely used types of drinking water treatment technologies, based on assessment and comparison of chemicals used in treatment, by-products of chemicals, and non-treatment. This valuable material was prepared by independent experts in drinking...

    Published June 1st 1989 by CRC Press

  6. Environmental Goitrogenesis

    By Eduardo Gaitan

    A balanced view of the causes and the prevention of the iodine defi-ciency disorders is presented in this comprehensive text. The mechanisms of goitrogenesis are explained, along with preven-tive and control measures. Descriptions of environmental com-pounds and other ecological as well as host...

    Published March 31st 1989 by CRC Press

  7. Asbestos

    Engineering, Management and Control

    By Kenneth F. Cherry

    This single source asbestos reference/text book incorporates major legal issues and cost estimating methods. Every aspect of abatement work from initial survey through final cleanup is detailed. In addition, medical aspects, respirator use, training, sample contracts and other topics, coupled with...

    Published October 1st 1988 by CRC Press

  8. Radon in Ground Water

    By National Water Well Assoc.

    This new book focuses on sampling and analysis, radon and radium in water supply wells, predictive models, geologic and hydrogeologic controls that influence radon occurrence, monitoring radon and other radioactivity from geologic sources and mining impacts on occurrence of radioactivity in ground...

    Published July 1st 1987 by CRC Press

  9. Health Effects and Hazardous Waste Sites

    By Julian B. Andelman

    This valuable information and data for evaluating health effects from hazardous waste sites stems from the efforts of specialists representing leading research centers, hospitals, universities, government agencies and includes consultants' as well as corporate interpretations....

    Published June 1st 1987 by CRC Press

  10. Environmental Epidemiology

    By Kopfler

    This informative book is valuable to a broad spectrum of individuals active in the environmental and health sciences, including chemists, epidemiologists, and mathematics modelers, as well as those involved with measurement and effects of numerous kinds of drinking water contamination and both...

    Published December 1st 1986 by CRC Press