Environment Drinking Water and Public Health
by Arnab Ghosh
Imprint : Daya Publishing House
Year : 2021
Price : Rs. 7495.00
Biblio : xvi+190p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 23 cm
About The Book
This edited book contains the substance of lectures delivered by research workers during the national seminar. The vigorous growth of research in the field of environmental science and public health poses three needs in the instruction and training of workers. First, they should learn the basic rudiments of careful and systematic inquiry. Second, they must comprehend clearly the nature of each of the major technizues in this venture. Third, they should understand both the differences and relations between these different techniques-when to use one and not another or how they may be employed in combination. The present volume is designed to meet these needs. Contributors have had examined the issued pertaining to environment, drinking water and public health. All the text provides interesting analyses of the conflict between changes and order and is well illustrated with diagrams.
Table of Contents
Contents Chapter 1: Separation of Phenolic Compounds from Aqueous Waste Streams by Prevaporation Using Polyurethaneurea Mambrances by Ujjal K Ghosh, Narayan C Pradhan and Basudam Adhikari; Chapter 2: Development of Map-based Information System for Arsenic Affected Areas in West Bengal by Dipankar Das, Tanmoy Das and Amitava Mukherjee; Chapter 3: Organic Pollutants in Air: An Overview by Somsubhra Sensarma; Chapter 4: Monitoring of Clastogenic Effects of Arsenic Following Dietary Protection in Animal Model by Sandeep Poddar; Chapter 5: Some Issues Associated with the Municipal Conservancy Service to Dispose Off Solid Wastes in a Small Town of Birbhum District, West Bengal by Debashis Das and Anghshuman Ghosh; Chapter 6: Occupational Exposure and Trace Elements in Human Scalp Hair by Jaydip Sen; Chapter 7: Demography Characteristics of Kinnauras: A Public Health Utility by Gautam K Kshatriya; Chapter 8: Some Aspects of Infant Mortality Among the Gond Tribe of Madhya Pradesh by Dipak K Adak an Ajay K Gharami; Chapter 9: Rural Health with Special Reference to Anemia among the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Populations of Assams, Arunachal Pradesh and West Bengal by Tapash Rudra; Chapter 10: Quality of Water and Health Status in Tribal Villages of Santiniketan by Sulata Maity, Sanchita Dutta, Tarpita Paul and Shibani Chaudhury; Chapter 11: Effects of Working Condition on Health of Beedi Workers: A Study of Sagar District of Madhya Pardesh by Vinod Sen; Chapter 12: Health and Health Care in Twilight Years: Reflection from Kolkata Slums by Soumitra Basu; Chapter 13: A Comparative Study on Health of Lodha and Other Communities in Mangrove Ecology by Salil K Dutta.