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Heavy metal contamination and human health risk assessment in drinking water from shallow groundwater wells in an agricultural area in Ubon Ratchathani province, Thailand
Most local people in the agricultural areas of Hua-ruea sub-district, Ubon Ratchathani province (Thailand), generally consume shallow groundwater from farm wells. This study aimed to assess theExpand
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Using urine as a biomarker in human exposure risk associated with arsenic and other heavy metals contaminating drinking groundwater in intensively agricultural areas of Thailand
Urine used as a biomarker was collected and compared between two groups of participants: (1) a groundwater-drinking group and (2) a non-groundwater-drinking group in intensively agricultural areas inExpand
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Using hair and fingernails in binary logistic regression for bio‐monitoring of heavy metals/metalloid in groundwater in intensively agricultural areas, Thailand
Abstract In this study, the hair and fingernails of the local people in an intensively cultivated agricultural area in Ubon Ratchathani province, Thailand, were used as biomarkers of exposure toExpand
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Non-Carcinogenic Hazard Maps of Heavy Metal Contamination in Shallow Groundwater for Adult and Aging Populations at an Agricultural Area in Northeastern Thailand
ABSTRACT The Hua-ruea sub-district has long been a major agricultural area of Thailand. Shallow groundwater from farm wells is a main source of drinking water for most locals. This study assessed theExpand
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Human Health Risk Assessment Associated with Arsenic ( As ) in Drinking Shallow Groundwater Wells at Ubon Ratchathani Province , Thailand
Nowadays there are several problems which are concerned about environment. One of the most important environmental issues today is groundwater contaminated with heavy metals especially arsenic (As)Expand
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Heavy Metals in the Soils of Placer Small-Scale Gold Mining Sites in Myanmar
Background. Artisanal and small-scale mining activities are widely practiced globally. Concentrations of heavy metals associated with gold, such as copper (Cu), zinc (Zn), arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd),Expand