Air Pollution, Indoor Emerging Diseases Water/Sanitation Other Issues
Indoor air pollution in developing countries: a major environmental and public health challenge by Nigel Bruce, Rogelio Perez-Padilla, & Rachel Albalak: WHO Bulletin vol.78, no.9, 1078-1092.
Greenhouse Gases from Small-Scale Combustion Devices in Developing Countries – Charcoal-Making Kilns in Thailand, EPA 600/R-99-109, December 1999. by KR Smith; et al. EPA, 2000.
Greenhouse Gases from Small-Scale Combustion Devices in Developing Countries – Phase IIA: Household Stoves in India, EPA-600/R-00-052, June 2000. by KR Smith, et al. EPA, 2000
Climate change and vector-borne diseases: a regional analysis by Andrew K. Githeko, Steve W. Lindsay, Ulisses E. Confalonieri, & Jonathan A. Patz: WHO Bulletin vol.78, no.9, 1136-1147.
Antigenic Variation in Vector-Borne Pathogens, A.G. Barbour. EID Sept-Oct 2000.
Antimicrobial-Drug Use and Changes in Resistance in Streptococcus pneumoniae, D. Diekema. EID Sept-Oct 2000.
Falciparum Malaria in European Tourists to the Dominican Republic, T. Jelinek. EID Sept-Oct 2000.
Toxin Gene Expression by Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli: the Role of Antibiotics and the Bacterial SOS Response, P.T. Kimmitt. EID Sept-OCt 2000.
Contamination of drinking-water by arsenic in Bangladesh: a public health emergency by Allan H. Smith, Elena O. Lingas, & Mahfuzar Rahman: WHO Bulletin vol.78, no.9, 1093-1103.
Guidelines for the microbiological quality of treated wastewater used in agriculture: recommendations for revising WHO guidelines by Ursula J. Blumenthal, D. Duncan Mara, Anne Peasey, Guillermo Ruiz-Palacios, & Rebecca Stott: WHO Bulletin vol.78, no.9, 1104-1116.
Solid Waste Managment: Process of Change. WEDC, 2000.
Environmental lead exposure: a public health problem of global dimensions by Shilu Tong, Yasmin E. von Schirnding, & Tippawan Prapamontol: WHO Bulletin vol.78, no.9, 1068-1077.
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