Arsenic pollution of groundwater from natural deposits is a considerable problem in some regions of the world, and large numbers of people are at risk from poisoning. This category is for websites dealing with the science of this problem.
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Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater
From the British Geological Survey; includes detailed reports of the surveys carried out in Ghana and Bangladesh.
Arsenic Drinking Water Groundwater Contamination and Water Testing
Arsenic in drinking water; information on sources of contamination and reported groundwater concentrations throughout the United States. Wilkes University arsenic research site.
Arsenic in Drinking Water
The WHO provides information on the occurrence of arsenic in well-water in Bangladesh and what is being done to mitigate this hazard to human health.
Arsenic in Drinking Water (1999)
Open Book; from the Commission on Life Sciences (US). Includes sections on chemistry, health effects, biomarkers, and variation in human sensitivity.
Harvard University site on the study and remediation of chronic arsenic poisoning.
Natural Arsenic in Groundwater: Science, Regulation, and Health Implications
Summary points of 2001 conference session on arsenic contamination problems.
USGS - Arsenic in Ground Water of the United States
Publications, maps, and data on arsenic in U.S. groundwater. Links to other arsenic resources.
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