The Truth About Where You Live: An Atlas for Action on Toxins and Mortality

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Random House Incorporated, 1991 - Medical - 416 pages
Uses tables ranking U.S. counties and shaded maps to show comparative mortality rates for types of diseases plus descriptive data about industrial toxins (air emissions, water discharges, hazardous wastes) and nonindustrial pollution (pesticides, water/air quality).

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The truth about where you live: an atlas for action on toxins and mortality

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Interpreting statistics gleaned largely from the Census Bureau and other government sources, Goldman has created over 100 maps, ranked by county, of mortality rates, toxin emissions and concentrations ... Read full review

Contents

MORTALITY
31
INDUSTRIAL TOXINS
169
NONINDUSTRIAL POLLUTION
229
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