Bioaccessibility and health risk assessment of arsenic in arsenic-enriched soils, Central India.

@article{Das2013BioaccessibilityAH,
  title={Bioaccessibility and health risk assessment of arsenic in arsenic-enriched soils, Central India.},
  author={Suvendu Das and J D Jean and Sandeep Kr. Kar},
  journal={Ecotoxicology and environmental safety},
  year={2013},
  volume={92},
  pages={252-7}
}
Incidental soil ingestion is expected to be a significant exposure route to arsenic for children because of the potentially high arsenic contents found in certain soils. Therefore, it is prudent to get information on oral bioaccessibility of arsenic following incidental soil ingestion and its relevance in health risk assessment for future remediation strategies. Soil samples were collected from eight villages of Ambagarh Chauki block, Chhattisgarh, Central India. The soils from seven villages… CONTINUE READING

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