Publications

List SOES list of publications on Groundwater Arsenic & Fluoride Contamination in West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh,
Jharkhand, India and Bangladesh

 

2012

F1. Groundwater: Contamination, Arsenic. Abhijit Das, Bhaskar Das, Khitish Chandra Saha, Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Tarit Roy Chowdhury, Dipankar Chakraborti, Subhas Chandra Mukherjee, Shyamapada Pati, Rathindra Nath Dutta, Quazi Quamruzzaman, Encyclopedia of Environmental Management DOI: 10.1081/E-EEM-120046645

F2. Water consumption patterns and factors contributing to water consumption in 2 arsenic affected population of rural West Bengal, India. Dipankar Chakraborti, Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Matthew Murrill, M. Amir Hossain, Bhaskar Das, Bimol Roy, Shankar Dey, Debasish Maity. Science of the Total Environment, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.06.057. 0048-9697/$– see front matter © 2012 Published by Elsevier B.V.

2011

F3. Examining India’s groundwater quality management. Chakraborti, D., Das, B., Murrill, M.T. Environmental Science and Technology 2011, 45, 27-33.

F4. Arsenic: Occurrence in groundwater. Chakraborti, D. Encyclopedia 2011, 165-180.

F5. Groundwater arsenic contamination in the Ganga Basin: impact and potential interventions for mitigation. B.Das, B. Nayak, A. Pal, M.M. Rahman, M.K. Sengupta, S. Ahamed, M.A. Hossain, U.K. Chowdhury, S.C. Mukherjee, K.C. Saha, S. Pati, Q. Quamruzzaman, D. Chakraborti. IWMI Research Publication (accepted).

2010

F6. Status of groundwater arsenic contamination in Bangladesh: A 14-year study report. Dipankar Chakraborti, Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Bhaskar Das, Matthew Murrill, Sankar Dey, Subhas Chandra Mukherjee, Ratan Kumar Dhar, Bhajan Kumar Biswas, Uttam Kumar Chowdhury, Sibtosh Roy, Shahariar Sorif, Mohammad Selim, Mahmuder Rahman, Quazi Quamruzzaman, Water Research, Elsevier, 44, 2010, p 5789-5802.

F7. Poisoning the elixir of life: Arsenic contamination in the waters of West Bengal. B.Das, D. Chakraborti, M. Murrill, K.C. Saha, S.C. Mukherjee, S. Pati. TerraGreen, 2010, Vol.2, issue 10, 22-25.

2009

F8. Sampling and analysis of arsenic groundwater contamination in West Bengal:-India and Bangladesh. M.M. Rahman, B.Das, D. Chakraborti. Handbook of Water Purity and Quality. Editor Sut Ahuja, Academic Press, Chapter 5, 2009 pp. 93-127.

F9. Status of groundwater arsenic contamination in the state West Bengal, India: A 20 year study report. D. Chakraborti, U.K.Chawdhury, B. Biswas, M.M. Rahman, A.B. Goswami, B. Das, B. Nayak, A. Pal, M.K. Sengupta, S. Ahamed, A. Hossain, G. Basu, T. Roychowdhury, D. Das. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 2009, 53, 542-551.

2008

F1. Groundwater arsenic contamination in Manipur, one of the seven North Eastern Hill state in India: A future danger. E.J. Singh, B. Das, M. A. Hossain, B.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)

F2.Groundwater arsenic contamination in Sahibgunj district of Jharkhand state, India in middle Ganga plain 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. (in press).

F3.Groundwater arsenic contamination and its health effects in the Ganga – Meghna – Brahmaputra plain. B. Das, M.K.Sengupta, M.A.Hossain, S.Ahamed, B.Nayak, A.Pal, S.Maity, M.M.Rahman, K.C. Saha & D. Chakraborti. Book: ISGSD Special Publication 1. Groundwater for Sustainable Development- Problems, Perspectives and Challenges. Editors: Prosun Bhattacharya, A L Ramanathan, Jochen Bundschuh, A K Keshari and C Chandrasekharan. Balkema Book (Taylor & Francis). (in press)

2007

F4. 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 Environmental Science & Health Part A. Vol.42; Issue 12; pp. 1753 – 1761.

F5. Arsenic speciation in rice, straw, soil, hair and nails samples from the arsenic affected areas of Lower and Middle Ganga Plain. E. Sanz, R. Munoz Olivas, C. Camara, M.K. Sengupta, S. Ahamed. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part A. Vol.42; Issue 12; pp. 1695 – 1705.

F6.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. Vol.42; Issue 12; pp. 1815 – 1825.

F7. Arsenic poisoning from cow dung fuel. Chemical Science. RSC. November 2007. Vol. 4; Issue 11; pp C81.

F8. Additional danger of arsenic exposure through inhalation from burning from 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. Ahamed, D.Chakraborti. Journal of Environmental Monitoring; Vol. 9; Issue 10; pp 1067 – 1070.

F9. Groundwater arsenic contamination and its health effects in Ganga-Meghna-Brahmaputra (GMB) Plain and its surroundings: a nineteen years study. S Ahamed, A Mukherjee, B Nayak, A Pal, M K Sengupta, M A Hossain, B Das, D Chakraborti. Chinese Journal of Endemiology 2007, Vol 26, No 1, pp 43-47.

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