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2011
V. Escamilla, Wagner, B., Yunus, M., Streatfield, P. K., van Geen, A., and Emch, M., Effect of deep tube well use on childhood diarrhoea in Bangladesh, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, pp. p. 521 - 527 : 2 fig., 1 tab., 2011.
2005
S. Hanchett and Howard, G., Arsenic in domestic water sources : the human side of the Bangladesh and West Bengal crisis . S.n., S.l., p. 31 p.; 4 tab., 2005.
L. Fewtrell, Fuge, R., and Kay, D., An estimation of the global burden of disease due to skin lesions caused by arsenic in drinking water, Journal of water and health, pp. p. 101-107 : 2 fig., 4 tab., 2005.
F. Sultana, Gender concerns in arsenic mitigation in Bangladesh : trends and challenges : report submitted to the Arsenic Policy Support Unit (APSU), Local Government Division, Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives, Government of Bangladesh. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA, p. 41 p. : boxes, fig., tab., 2005.
D. B. Warner, C. Abate, G., and Nairobi, K. E. Catholic R., Guidelines for the development of small-scale rural water supply and sanitation projects in East Africa : a policy and planning framework for activities funded by USAID under the Title II (Food for Peace) Program and by other donors. Catholic Relief Services (CRS) East Africa Regional Office, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 50 p., 2005.
M. F. Ahmed, Shamsuddin, A. J., Mahmud, S. G., Rashid, H. U., Deere, D., and Howard, G., Risk assessment of arsenic mitigation options (RAAMO) : final report. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Bangladesh, Department of Public Health Engineering, Arsenic Policy Support Unit, APSU, 2005, p. 120 p. + 26 p. annexes : 3 fig., 4 tab.
I. N. Water and Delhi, Towards a more effective operational response : arsenic contamination of groundwater in South and East Asian countries. Volume I. Policy report. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. 63 p. : 1 box, 5 fig., 8 tab., 2005.
I. N. World Bank Delhi, Towards a more effective operational response : arsenic contamination of groundwater in South and East Asian countries. Volume II. Technical report. World Bank, New Delhi, India, p. 261 p. : 6 boxes, 27 fig., 18 photogr., 53 tab., 2005.
2004
R. Brunt, Vasak, L., and Griffioen, J., Arsenic in groundwater : probability of occurrence of excessive concentration on global scale. International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (IGRAC), Utrecht, The Netherlands, p. i, 9 p. + 4 p. appendices : 6 fig., 2004.
S. Luzi, Berg, M., Pham, T. K. T., Pham, H. V., and Schertenleib, R., Household sand filters for arsenic removal : an option to mitigate arsenic from iron-rich groundwater. Duebendorf, Switzerland: Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (EAWAG), 2004, p. 31 p. : 12 fig., 2 tab.
J. - W. Rosenboom, Not just red or green : an analysis of arsenic data in 15 upazilas in Bangladesh. Bangladesh, Department of Public Health Engineering, Arsenic Policy Support Unit, APSU, Dhaka, Bangladesh, p. xv, 203 p. : 55 fig, 49 tab. , 2004.

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