Environmental health in Central Asia: the present and future

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WIT Press, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 257 pages
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This book provides information on how environmental conditions in Central Asia have been affected by anthropogenic activity and reviews research carried out during the last decades on the impact of the environment on the health of the region's people. Contents: Air Quality and Population Health in Central Asia; Hydrosphere and Health of Population in the Aral Sea Basin; Influence of Environmental Factors on Development of Non-Communicable Diseases; Environment and Infectious Diseases; Occupational Hygiene in Industry and Agriculture and Some Aspects of Professional Pathology; Environment and Children's Health in Central Asia; Use of Pesticides in Agriculture and Health of Population; Environmental Health Research in the Aral Sea Area: Past Achievements and Future Prospects.

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Contents

Preface
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Health effects of air pollution in CAR
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Ambient air quality monitoring and health impact assessment
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