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1998

F12 Impact of safe water for drinking and cooking on five arsenic-affected families for 2 years in West Bengal, India. B.K. Mandal, T.R. Chowdhury, G. Samanta, D.P. Mukherjee, C.R. Chanda, K.C. Saha, D. Chakraborti. Science of the Total Environment 1998, 218, 185-201.

F13 Arsenic levels in drinking water and the prevalence of skin lesions 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 1998, 27: 871-877.

F14 Detailed study report of Samta one of the arsenic affected villages of Jessore district, Bangladesh. Bhajan K. Biswas, Ratan K. Dhar, Gautam Samanta, Badal K. Mandal, Imtiaz Faruk, Kazi Saiful Islam, Md. Moniruzzaman Chowdhury, Ashraful Islam and Shibtosh Roy and Dipankar Chakraborti. Current Science 1998, 74(2), 134-145.

F15 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. D. Chakraborti, 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 1998, 74(4), 346-355.


1997

F8 Arsenic in groundwater in seven districts of West Bengal, India?the biggest arsenic calamity in the world: the status report up to August 1995. Tarit Roy Chowdhury, Badal Kr. Mandal, Gautam Samanta, Gautam Kr. Basu, Partha P. Chowdhury, Chitta R.Chanda, Nirmal Kr.Karan, Dilip Lodh, Ratan Kr.Dhar, Dipankar Das, K.C.Saha and Dipankar Chakraborti. Book: Arsenic: Exposure and health effects, Edited by C.O.Abernathy, R.L. Calderon and W.R. Chappell, Chapter 9: 91-111, 1997; Publisher: Chapman & Hall, New York.

F9 Non?cancer Effects of Chronic Arsenicosis with Special Reference to Liver Damage. N. Guha Mazumder, J. Das Gupta, A. Santra, A. Pal, A. Ghose, S. Sarkar, N. Cattopadhaya and D. Chakraborti. Book: Arsenic: Exposure and health effects, Edited by C.O.Abernathy, R.L. Calderon and W.R.Chappell, Chapter 10:112-123, 1997; Publisher: Chapman & Hall, New York.

F10 Groundwater arsenic calamity in Bangladesh. Ratan K. Dhar, 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. Current Science 1997, 73(1), 48-59.

F11 Chronic arsenic toxicity in West Bengal. B.K. Mandal, 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. Current Science 1997, 72(2), 114-117.


1996

F6 Arsenic in ground water in six districts of West Bengal, India. Dipankar Das, Gautam Samanta, Badal Kumar Mondal, Chitta R. Chanda, Partha Pratim Chowdhury, Gautam Kumar Basu & Dipankar Chakraborti. Environmental Geochemistry & Health 1996, 18(1), 5-15.

F7 Arsenic in groundwater in seven districts of West Bengal, India?The biggest arsenic calamity in the world. Badal K.Mandal, Tarit Roy Chowdhury, Gautam Samanta, Gautam K.Basu, Partha Pratim Chowdhury, Chitta R. Chanda, Dilip Lodh, Nirmal K.Karan, Ratan K.Dhar, Dipak K.Tamili, Dipankar Das, K.C.Saha & D.Chakraborti. Current Science 1996, 70(11), 976-986.

 

 

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