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2005

F8. Comment on, “Reliability of a Commercial Kit to Test Groundwater for Arsenic in Bangladesh.” Amitava Mukherjee, Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, Sad Ahamed, M. Amir Hossain, Bhaskar Das, Bishwajit Nayak, and Dipankar Chakraborti. Environmental Science & Technology, 2005, 39, 5501-5502.

F9. Ineffectiveness and Poor Reliability of Arsenic Removal Plants in West Bengal, India. M. Amir Hossain,  Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, Sad Ahamed, Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Debapriya Mondal, Dilip Lodh,  Bhaskar Das, Bishwajit Nayak, Bimal K. Roy, Amitava Mukherjee, and Dipankar Chakraborti. Environmental Science & Technology, 2005, 39,4300-4306.  [Highlighted in News Section of Nature Magazine: “Arsenic - free water still a Pipedream. NATURE, Vol. 436, page 313, 21st July 2005.

F10. A detailed study of the arsenic contamination of groundwater and its impact on residents in Rajapur village of the Domkal block, district Murshidabad, West Bengal, India. Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, Sad Ahamed, Uttam Kumar Chowdhury, Bhaskar Das, Md. Amir Hossain, Dilip Lodh, Kshitish Chandra Saha, Shyamal Kanti Palit, Dipankar Chakraborti. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 2005, 83(1), 49-57.

F11. Are some animals more equal than others?  Amitava Mukherjee, Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, Md. Amir Hossain, Sad Ahamed, Dilip Lodh, Bhaskar Das, Bishwajit Nayak, Khitish Chandra Saha, Subhash Chandra Mukherjee, Shymapada Pati, Rabindra Nath Dutta, Garga Chatterjee, Dipankar Chakraborti. Toxicology. 2005, 208(1), pp. 165-169.

F12. The magnitude of arsenic contamination in groundwater and its health effects to the inhabitants of the Jalangi—one of the 85 arsenic affected blocks in West Bengal, India. Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, Sad Ahamed, Uttam Kumar Chowdhury, Md. Amir Hossain, Bhaskar Das, Dilip Lodh, Kshitish Chandra Saha, Shymapada Pati, Imrul Kaies, Ajoy Kishore Barua, Quazi Quamruzzaman and Dipankar Chakraborti. Science of The Total Environment, 338 (3), 15 February 2005, Pages 189-200.

F13. Status of groundwater arsenic contamination and human suffering in a Gram Panchayet (cluster of villages) in Murshidabad, one of the nine arsenic affected districts in West Bengal-India: A semi-microlevel study. Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, Sad Ahamed, Uttam Kumar Chowdhury, Dilip Lodh, Md. Amir Hossain, Bhaskar Das, Kshitish Chandra Saha, Imrul Kaies, Ajoy Kishore Barua, Quazi Quamruzzaman and Dipankar Chakraborti. Journal of Water and Health, 2005, 3 (3), 2005, 283-296.

F14. Murshidabad - one of the nine groundwater arsenic affected districts of West Bengal, India. Part I: Magnitude of contamination and population at risk. Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, Subhash Chandra Mukherjee, Shymapada Pati, Sad Ahamed, Dilip Lodh, Bhaskar Das, M. Amir Hossain, Bishwajit Nayak, Kshitish Chandra Saha, Shyamal Kanti Palit, Imrul Kaies, Ajoy Kishore Barua, Khondaker Abdul Asad, Amitava Mukherjee  and Dipankar Chakraborti. Journal of Toxicology - Clinical Toxicology, 43, 2005, 823-834.

F15. Murshidabad - one of the nine groundwater arsenic affected districts of West Bengal, India. Part II: dermatological, neurological and obstetric findings. Subhash Chandra Mukherjee, Kshitish Chandra Saha, Shymapada Pati, Rathindra Nath Dutta, Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, Sad Ahamed, Dilip Lodh, Bhaskar Das, M. Amir Hossain, Bishwajit Nayak, Shyamal Kanti Palit, Imrul Kaies, Ajoy Kishore Barua, Khondaker Abdul Asad, Amitava Mukherjee and Dipankar Chakraborti. Journal of Toxicology - Clinical Toxicology,43, 2005,  835-848.

 

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