ABSTRACT

The congress "Arsenic in the Environment" offers an international, multi- and interdisciplinary discussion platform for arsenic research aimed at practical solutions of problems with considerable social impact, as well as focusing on cutting edge and breakthrough research in physical, chemical, toxicological, medical and other specific issues on ar

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Plenary presentations

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Arsenic in the geosphere meets the anthroposphere

ByD.K. Nordstrom

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Section I: Geology and hydrogeology of arsenic

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Seasonal hydrological connectivity and arsenic dynamics across an acid sulfate soil affected coastal wetland

Bibhash Nath Carolyn E. Oldham, Laura C. Ellis, Daniel D. Boland
ByB. Nath, C.E. Oldham, L.C. Ellis, D.D. Boland & A.M. Lillicrap

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Arsenic concentrations and speciation in acid sulfate environments

ByJ.L. Stroud & R.N. Collins

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The impact of microbial sulfate-reduction on subsurface arsenic mobility

ByE.D. Burton & S.G. Johnston

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Natural arsenic in groundwater of Indus delta in the province of Sindh, Pakistan

V. Husain, S. Naseem & A. Khan P. Bhattacharya
ByV. Husain, S. Naseem, A. Khan, P. Bhattacharya & G.M. Arain

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Sediment and hydrogeochemical contrasts between low and very high arsenic affected areas west and east of river Bhagirathi, West Bengal, India

ByS. Datta, M.S. Sankar, C. Hobson, A. Neal, K. Johannesson, T.J. Mohajerin, K. Telfeyan & N. Yang

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Evolution of arsenic and groundwater isotopes along a sharp gradient in arsenic concentrations in Van Phuc, Vietnam

R. Kipfer, C. Stengel & M. Berg B.C. Bostick & A. van Geen
ByR. Kipfer, C. Stengel, M. Berg, B.C. Bostick, A. van Geen, M.O. Stahl, P. Oates, C.F. Harvey, V.T.M. Lan, N.-N. Mai, P.T.K. Trang & P.H. Viet

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Arsenic and other heavy metal contamination in central India

K.S. Patel, B. Ambade, N.K. Jaiswal & R. Sharma R.K. Patel B. Blazhev
ByK.S. Patel, B. Ambade, N.K. Jaiswal, R. Sharma, R.K. Patel, B. Blazhev, M. Lautent & P. Bhattacharya

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Regional soil arsenic inputs and loading rates from animal manure

ByY.X. Li, X.L. Zhang, F.S. Zhang & Z.L. Zhao

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Relationship of arsenic contamination and ecology environment

Ying Zhang, Jichao Sun & Guanxing Huang
ByY.L. Zhang, J. Sun & G. Huang

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Arsenic contamination in groundwater of Surma basin of Assam and Mizoram, North Eastern India

ByP. Thambidurai, D. Chandrasekharam, A.K. Chandrashekhar & S.H. Farooq

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Floodplain morphology and relation to the spatial distribution of arsenic in the aquifers of Matlab, Southeastern Bangladesh

N.S. Rashid
ByN.S. Rashid, K.M. Ahmed, M.Z. Rahman, M.A. Hasan, P. Bhattacharya & M. Hossain

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Biogeochemical relationships of arsenic in the Haor Basin of Bangladesh

ByM.T.A. Chowdhury & A.A. Meharg

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Groundwater arsenic chemistry and redox process comparison in three physiographic settings of deltaic West Bengal, India

S. Bhowmick B. Nath
ByS. Bhowmick, B. Nath, D. Halder, S. Chakraborty & D. Chatterjee

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I.2 Hydrogeolocial / sedimentological control on arsenic distribution / heterogeneity Arsenic binding onto phyllosilicates and glutathione: Soil immobilisation and human excretion mechanisms

L. Charlet, F. Bardelli, C. Parsons, & J. He Sudipta Chakraborty
ByL. Charlet, F. Bardelli, C. Parsons, J. He, S. Chakraborty & J. Gailer

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Arsenic in groundwaters of the central Gangetic plain regions of India

AL. Ramanathan, Parijat Tripathi, Manoj Kumar & Alok Kumar Pankaj Kumar
ByAL. Ramanathan, P. Tripathi, M. Kumar, A. Kumar, P. Kumar, M. Kumar & P. Bhattacharya

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Spatial heterogeneity of arsenic in a deltaic groundwater environment of West Bengal, India

Debashis Chatterjee, Santanu Majumder, Ashis Biswas, Simita Sarkar & Amit Kumar Kundu Abhijit Mukherjee
ByD. Chatterjee, S. Majumder, A. Biswas, S. Sarkar, A.K. Kundu, A. Mukherjee, S. Bhowmick, G. Roman-Ross, H. Neidhardt & Z. Berner

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Potentiality of shallow brown sand aquifers as an alternative safe drinking water source in Bengal Basin

A. Biswas, P. Bhattacharya, D. Halder & G. Jacks B. Nath
ByA. Biswas, P. Bhattacharya, D. Halder, G. Jacks, B. Nath, A. Mukherjee, A.K. Kundu, U. Mandal & D. Chatterjee

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Monsoonal influence on stable isotope signature and arsenic distribution in groundwaters of rural West Bengal: A spatio-temporal study

Santanu Majumder Saugata Datta
ByS. Majumder, S. Datta, B. Nath, Z. Berner, S. Sarkar & D. Chatterjee

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Potentiality of intermediate depth aquifer as a source of arsenic and manganese safe tubewells in Bangladesh

M. Hossain, A. Haque, S. Alam, M. Rahman, M.R. Uddin, S.G. Sarwar, M.G. Kibria & R. Hasan K.M. Ahmed, M.A. Hasan & J. Alam
ByM. Hossain, A. Haque, S. Alam, M. Rahman, M.R. Uddin, S.G. Sarwar, M.G. Kibria, R. Hasan, K.M. Ahmed, M.A. Hasan, J. Alam, P. Bhattacharya, G. Jacks & M. von Brömssen

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Hydrogeology of an arsenic-mineralized fractured phyllite, and implications for groundwater arsenic dispersion

M. Gasparon
ByM. Gasparon, V. Ciminelli, G. Duarte & J.C. Ng

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Generalization of results from a pilot study by numerical modeling

T. Krüger H.M. Holländer
ByT. Krüger, H.M. Holländer, H. Prommer, P.-W. Boochs & M. Billib

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Geological origin of arsenic groundwater contamination in Bihar, India

ByA.K. Ghosh, N. Bose, R. Kumar, H. Bruining, S. Lourma, M.E. Donselaar & A.G. Bhatt

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An overview of arsenic occurrence in the groundwater of Mexico

ByF.I. Arreguín-Cortés, R. Chávez-Guillén, P.R. Soto-Navarro & P.L. Smedley

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Characterization of subsurface sediments and its implication on arsenic mobilization in Gangetic plain

S. Kar, J.-S. Jean & C.-C. Liu J.P. Maity
ByS. Kar, J.-S. Jean, C.-C. Liu, J.P. Maity, B. Nath & J.-F. Lee

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Arsenic biotransformation and transfer from rhizosphere to plant

Lena Q. Ma Bala Rathinasabapathi
ByL.Q. Ma, B. Rathinasabapathi, X. Wang, S. Mathews & P. Ghosh

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Phytoremediation of arsenic—does it work?

ByM. Greger

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Effect of organic fertilization practiced in paddy soils in Bangladesh on arsenic dynamics

ByM. Hossain, A. Mestrot, G.J. Norton, C.M. Deacon & A.A. Meharg

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Air-filled porosity controls on dissolved arsenic and cadmium concentrations in paddy soils

K. Nakamura & H. Katou K. Suzuki
ByK. Nakamura, H. Katou, K. Suzuki & T. Honma

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The effects of organics on the transformation and release of arsenic

W.M. Al Lawati, B.E. van Dongen & D. Polya Jiin-Shuh Jean
ByW.M. Al Lawati, B.E. van Dongen, D. Polya, J.-S. Jean, T.R. Kulp & M. Berg

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Human exposure to arsenic and manganese in groundwater in the Red River Delta, Vietnam

P.T.K. Trang, V.T.M. Lan & P.H. Viet M. Berg
ByP.T.K. Trang, V.T.M. Lan, P.H. Viet, M. Berg, D. Postma & F. Larsen

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Adsorption of arsenic to different natural solids: Soils, stream sediments and peats

B. Doušová, S. Krejčová & M. Lhotka F. Buzek
ByB. Doušová, S. Krejčová, M. Lhotka, F. Buzek & J.J. Rothwell

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Occurrence, distribution, and release mechanism of arsenic in aquifers of Yinchuan Plain in China

ByF.C. Zhang, S. Han, H. Zhang, Y. An, C. Wang & X. Cheng X. Wang

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Arsenic, selenium and antimony adsorption behavior in different soil types

S. Krejčová & B. Doušová

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Arsenate adsorption onto two-line ferrihydrite for abandoned mine drainage

ByS.J. Choi, Y.J. Choi, I.J. Kim, B.T. Lee & K.-W. Kim

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Leaching test for arsenic mobilization assessment from vanadium mining samples

L. Santos Jr. & J.W.V. Mello J. Silva
ByL. Santos Jr., J.W.V. Mello, J. Silva, L. Poyares, R.W. Veloso & B.R. Figueiredo

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Arsenic bioavailability and mobility in contaminated soils and mine tailings

P.J.C. Favas
ByP.J.C. Favas & J.M.S. Pratas

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Characteristics of potential arsenic leaching in paddy field soils

M. Shafiul Azam M. Shafiquzzaman
ByM.S. Azam & M. Shafiquzzaman

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Distribution and mobility of geogenic arsenic in the shallow aquifers of the northeast of La Pampa, Argentina

ByA. Aullón Alcaine, A. Sandhi, P. Bhattacharya, G. Jacks, J. Bundschuh, R. Thunvik, C. Schulz & C.M. Mörth

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Section II: Medical and health issues of arsenic

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II.1 Chronic arsenic effects and epidemiological studies The importance and validity of ecologic studies concerning arsenic in drinking water

ByA.H. Smith, J. Liaw, Y. Yuan, C. Steinmaus, G. Marshall & C. Ferreccio

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Clinical trial involving selenium supplementation to counter arsenic toxicity among rural population in Bangladesh

M. Alauddin, T. Wheaton, M. Valencia & E. Stekolchik J.E. Spallholz
ByM. Alauddin, T. Wheaton, M. Valencia, E. Stekolchik, J.E. Spallholz, P.F. La Porte, S. Ahmed, B. Chakaraborty, M. Bhattacharjee, A.B.M. Zakaria, S. Sultana, G.N. George, I.J. Pickering & J. Gailer

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Ingested inorganic arsenic, cigarettes smoking and risk of urinary cancer in Taiwan

Chi-Ling Chen Hung-Yi Chiou
ByC.-L. Chen, H.-Y. Chiou & C.-J. Chen

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An update of findings on arsenic exposure and respiratory outcomes from the Health Effects of Arsenic Longitudinal Study (HEALS)

Faruque Parvez, Vesna Slavkovich, & Joseph H. Graziano
ByF. Parvez, V. Slavkovich, J.H. Graziano, Y. Chen, M. Yunus, R. Hasan, A. Ahmed, T. Islam, C. Olopade, M. Argos & H. Ahsan

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The association between arsenic exposure from drinking water and arterial embolism and thrombosis in Northeastern Taiwan: Preliminary results

Ling-I Hsu & Chien-Jen Chen Hung-Yi Chiou
ByL.-I. Hsu, C.-J. Chen & H.-Y. Chiou

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Arsenic metabolism, lactate dehydrogenase and electrocardiogram abnormality among residents in the arseniasis-endemic areas of southwestern Taiwan

Y. Liao & C. Chen W. Chen
ByY. Liao, C.J. Chen, W. Chen, W. Li, H.Y. Chen & S.L. Wang

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Arsenic exposure in pregnancy increases the risk of adverse birth outcomes of newborn in Taiwan

ByW.C. Chou, C.Y. Chuang, P.C. Huang, C.J. Wang, H.Y. Chen, Y.D. Chuang, S.L. Wang & Z.H. Yu

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Chronic exposure to arsenic and prevalence of diabetes in Mexico

C. González-Horta, B. Sá nchez-Ramírez, M.L. Ballinas & C. Ishida-Gutiérrez L.M. Del Razo G. García-Vargas
ByC. Gonzá lez-Horta, B. Sá nchez-Ramírez, M.L. Ballinas, C. Ishida-Gutiérrez, L.M. Del Razo, G. García-Vargas, D. Loomis, Z. Drobná & M. Stýblo

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Ground water arsenic contamination in West Bengal, India: Health effects, genetic susceptibility and its mitigation

ByP. Bhattacharjee, M. Banerjee, N. Banerjee, A.K. Bandyopadhyay & A.K. Giri

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An update of findings on arsenic exposure and cardiovascular disease outcomes from the Health Effects of Arsenic Longitudinal Study (HEALS)

Y. Chen, F. Wu, M.L. Liu & S. Segers H. Ahsan
ByY. Chen, F. Wu, M.L. Liu, S. Segers, H. Ahsan, F. Parvez, V. Slavkovich, D. Levy, J.H. Graziano, A. van Geen, T. Islam, A. Ahmed, M. Rakibuz-Zaman, R. Hasan & S.G. Sarwar

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Mental health burden and neuropsychiatric deficits of chronic arsenic exposure: First results of the Vietnamese field study

C. Norra D.T.M. Ngoc
ByC. Norra, D.T.M. Ngoc, P.T.K. Trang, V.T.M. Lan, P.H. Viet, S. Norra & H.J. Kunert

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Effects of early-life arsenic exposure on child health and development

ByM. Vahter, R. Gardner, S. Ahmed, M. Kippler, J.D. Hamadani, F. Tofail & R. Raqib

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Arsenic toxicity scenario and challenges for Bangladesh

ByM.H.R. Mian, K.H. Imran, M.A. Hosain, S.A. Mamun, M. Miah & M.S. Islam

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II.2 Recent advances in arsenic toxicology / biochemistry and food web transfer Pathways of arsenic biotransformations: The arsenic methylation cycle

ByB. Rosen, K. Marapakala, A.A. Abdul Salam, C. Packianathan & M. Yoshinaga

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Arsenic-protein binding: A quantitative overview

S. Shen, X.F. Li & X.C. Le M. Weinfeld
ByS. Shen, X.F. Li, X.C. Le, M. Weinfeld & W.R. Cullen

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Using X-ray absorption spectroscopy and microprobe synchrotron radiation-X-ray fluorescence imaging for understanding the mode of action of arsenic anti-leukaemia agents

K.L. Munro & C.T. Dillon H.H. Harris
ByK.L. Munro, C.T. Dillon, H.H. Harris, Z. Cai, B. Lai, S. Vogt & M. Cheah

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Effects of arsenite on macropinocytotic and autophagic activities in CHO-K1 cells

ByS. Hirano, T. Watanabe, Y. Kobayashi & S. Kanno

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Synergistic toxic effects among arsenic, chromium and copper associated with chrome copper arsenate-treated wood

L. Hu & Y. Cai J.B. Greer & H. Solo-Gabriele
ByL. Hu, Y. Cai, J.B. Greer, H. Solo-Gabriele & L.A. Fieber

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Arsenic exposure in cows from a high contaminated area in the Chaco-Pampean plain, Argentina

ByA.L. Pérez-Carrera & A. Fernández-Cirelli

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Bilirubin oxidative metabolites: Novel biomarkers for acute arsenite exposure?

ByA. Abu-Bakar, D.M. Arthur & J.C. Ng

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Arsenic trioxide enhances radiation sensitivity of androgen-dependent and -independent human prostate cancer cells

Ying-Jan Wang, Hui-Wen Chiu & Yi-An Chen Sheng-Yow Ho
ByY.-J. Wang, H.-W. Chiu, Y.-A. Chen & S.-Y. Ho

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The arsenic stress defense mechanism of Corynebaterium glutamicum revealed

Luis M. Mateos Barry Rosen
ByL.M. Mateos, B. Rosen & J. Messens

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Exogenous alpha lipoic acid supplementation modulates sodium arsenite induced functional and structural alterations in developing rat cerebellum

Parul Kaushal Gupta, Pushpa Dhar & Raj D. Mehra
ByP.K. Gupta, P. Dhar & R.D. Mehra

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ABCA1 reducing cellular arsenic accumulation in mammalian cells

X.H. Tan, C.H. Di, Y.F. Cao & L. Yang L.L. Xian & J. Huang

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Genome-wide DNA methylation pattern of urothelial carcinoma with arsenic exposure

T.Y. Yang & C.-J. Chen L.-I. Hsu
ByT.Y. Yang, C.-J. Chen, L.-I. Hsu, A.W. Chiu, Y.S. Pu & S.H. Wang

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Mitigating symptoms of chronic arsenic toxicity in rats using high selenium lentil diets

S. Sah A. Vandenberg
ByS. Sah, A. Vandenberg & J.E.G. Smits

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Health risk assessment for inorganic arsenic in seafood from a polluted lagoon in Italy

ByM. Schintu, A. Marrucci, B. Marras, P. Meloni, A. Contu & S. Degetto

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Arsenic and fluoride in groundwater in northern Santa Fe province, Argentina

ByL. Gallo-Mendoza, A.L. Pérez-Carrera & A. Fernández-Cirelli

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Arsenic toxicity in local cultivars of rice (Oryza sativa L.) In Bihar, India

ByN. Bose, R.N. Singh, A.K. Ghosh & R. Kumar

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Transfer concentrations of arsenic in the structures of barley (Hordeum vulgare)

ByA. Saldaña-Robles & R.J. Guerra-Sánchez

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Section III: Remediation and policy

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Organic matter and water regime management to mitigate arsenic toxicity in rice

ByS.M. Imamul Huq, S. Roy, M.T.A. Chowdhury & S. Ahmed

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Arsenic from groundwater into soils, plants and the food chain: Complementary case studies from West Bengal, Inner Mongolia and the Red River Delta, Vietnam

S. Norra, Z. Berner, I. Boie, E. Eiche, E.C. Kellermeier, M. Kizcka, U. Kramar & H. Neidhardt P. Agarwala, D. Chandrasekharam & R. Rout
ByS. Norra, Z. Berner, I. Boie, E. Eiche, E.C. Kellermeier, M. Kizcka, U. Kramar, H. Neidhardt, P. Agarwala, D. Chandrasekharam, R. Rout, H. Guo, X. Tang, V.T.M. Lan, P.T.K. Trang & P.H. Viet

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic and its bioavailability in surface waters in a black schist area in northern Sweden

Gunnar Jacks & Mattias von Brömssen Zdenka Slejkokovec
ByG. Jacks, M. von Brömssen, Z. Slejkokovec & E. Nilsson

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Bioavailability and toxicity of arsenic to earthworms in three soils

M.A. Ayanka Wijayawardena, Mallavarapu Megharaj & Ravi Naidu
ByM.A. Ayanka Wijayawardena, M. Megharaj & R. Naidu

chapter |3 pages

Content of arsenic and heavy metals in the soils around the Novocherkassk Power Station

T.M. Minkina & S.S. Mandzhieva G.V. Motuzova
ByT.M. Minkina, S.S. Mandzhieva, G.V. Motuzova & O.G. Nazarenko

chapter |3 pages

Effect of diet on bio accessibility and biotransformation of arsenic

Pradeep Alava, Gijs Du Laing & Filip Tack Tom Van De Wiele
ByP. Alava, G. Du Laing, F. Tack & T. Van De Wiele

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Effect of biochar amendment in reducing the availability of arsenic uptake by sweet corn (Zea Mays L.)

ByA.S. Norazlina, I. Che Fauziah & A.B. Rosenani

chapter III|2 pages

2 Remediation and water treatment

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III.2 Remediation and water treatment Arsenic removal from groundwater by small-scale reverse osmosis unit in rural Bihar, India

J. Hoinkis, M. Hermann, S. Schmidt & E. Gukelberger A. Ghosh
ByJ. Hoinkis, M. Hermann, S. Schmidt, E. Gukelberger, A. Ghosh, D. Chatterjee & J. Bundschuh

chapter |4 pages

Emerging options for solving the arsenic problems of rural and periurban areas in Latin America

Marta I. Litter Jochen Bundschuh
ByM.I. Litter & J. Bundschuh

chapter |2 pages

Application of mine sludge for arsenic adsorption from mine drainage and comparison of removal efficiency by reactor design

ByK.R. Kim, M.-S. Ko, J.-Y. Kim, A. Lee, I.J. Kim, K.-W. Kim, H.S. Park & Y.S. Shim

chapter |3 pages

The strangely simple effect of silicic acid on arsenic sorption by ferrihydrite

P.J. Swedlund R. Dol Hamid
ByP.J. Swedlund, R. Dol Hamid & H.K. Christenson

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Arsenic removal by subsurface flow constructed wetlands

ByK. Lizama Allende, T.D. Fletcher & G. Sun

chapter |2 pages

Role of phosphate in mobilizing arsenic from soil to groundwater in West Bengal: Experimental investigation

G. Vinay, D. Chandrasekharam, B. Nair & G. Trupti G. Vinay & B. Nair
ByG. Vinay, D. Chandrasekharam, B. Nair, G. Trupti & S.H. Farooq

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic removal from natural groundwater using cupric oxide

ByK.J. Reddy & T.R. Roth

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic uptake by aquatic macrophytes: Possibilities for phytoremediation of arsenic-contaminated waters

P.J.C. Favas
ByP.J.C. Favas, J.M.S. Pratas & M.N.V. Prasad

chapter |2 pages

Room temperature synthesized granular adsorbent for arsenic removal from drinking water

ByT. Pradeep, S.M. Maliyekkal, M.U. Sankar, A. Chaundhury & Anshup

chapter |2 pages

Evaluation of arsenic removal potential of few indigenous materials through batch study

Chandan Mahanta & Sandip Mondal P. Bhattacharya
ByC. Mahanta, S. Mondal & P. Bhattacharya

chapter |2 pages

Removal of arsenic and selenium with rehydrated clay minerals

ByM. Lhotka, B. Doušová & V. Machovič

chapter |3 pages

Biological filtration applied in Vietnam to remove arsenite from well water without a pre-oxidation step

Y. Fujikawa Ph. D. Hung
ByY. Fujikawa, Ph.D. Hung, M. Sugahara, H. Iwasaki, M. Wei & T. Hamasaki

chapter |2 pages

Peat based sorbents for arsenic removal

ByL. Ansone, M. Klavins & L. Eglite

chapter |2 pages

Arsenite (bio) immobilization using Sulfur Reducing Bacteria (SRB)

ByM. Moreira, P.F. Costa & M.C. Teixeira

chapter |2 pages

Natural arsenic occurrence and its removal from drinking water using a tubular photo-reactor enhanced with a solar concentrator in Cochabamba, Bolivia

M. Ormachea, L. Huallpara & J. Quintanilla O. Ormachea & R. Escalera
ByM. Ormachea, L. Huallpara, J. Quintanilla, O. Ormachea, R. Escalera & P. Bhattacharya

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic removal from water by bio-iron produced from bacterial precipitation

M.A. Hossain W. Verstraete
ByM.A. Hossain, W. Verstraete, M. Verloo & T. Hennebel

chapter |2 pages

Removal of arsenic from water using modified highly selective adsorbents

S.H. Lee, J.-Y. Kim, H.A. Kim & K.-W. Kim H. Kim, C.H. Kim & H. Kang

chapter |2 pages

Removal of arsenic from drinking water using non-hazardous natural citrate sources

Santanu Majumder Bibhash Nath
ByS. Majumder, B. Nath, S. Sarkar, Sk.M. Islam & D. Chatterjee

chapter |3 pages

Agronomic treatments enhance growth and arsenic uptake by Chinese brake fern (Pteris vittata L.)

ByN. Ashwath, S. Hanggi, D.J. Midmore & J.C. Ng

chapter |2 pages

Phytoremediation of arsenic contaminated mined soils: Combination of fern species and arbuscular mycorrizhal fungi

H.V. Nguyen & H.M. Nguyen D.T. Vu & A. Fletcher
ByH.V. Nguyen, H.M. Nguyen, D.T. Vu, A. Fletcher & L.P. Bui

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic response in roots of Eucalyptus spp.

J.T. Sanchez-Palacios, D. Callahan, Alan J.M. Baker & I.E. Woodrow A.I. Doronila Y.D. Wang
ByJ.T. Sanchez-Palacios, D. Callahan, A.J.M. Baker, I.E. Woodrow, A.I. Doronila, Y.D. Wang & R.N. Collins

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic fractionation in soils in mining region of the Bolivian Altiplano

O.E. Ramos, J. Quintanilla & J. Chambi O.E. Ramos, G. Jacks & P. Bhattacharya
ByO.E. Ramos, J. Quintanilla, J. Chambi, G. Jacks, P. Bhattacharya, R. Choque, S. Valdez & I. Quino

chapter |2 pages

Discontinuity in arsenic slope factor based on SW Taiwan data

S.H. Lamm, S. Robbins, & B. Goodrich R. Chen J. Lu & C. Zhou
ByS.H. Lamm, S. Robbins, B. Goodrich, R. Chen, J. Lu, C. Zhou & M. Feinleib

chapter |3 pages

Geogenic arsenic attributable health risks in Europe

David Polya, Debapriya Mondal, Chansopheaktra Sovann & William Bradford Michael Watts
ByD. Polya, D. Mondal, C. Sovann, W. Bradford, M. Watts & A.K. Giri

chapter |3 pages

Exposure of goby fish to manganese and arsenic mobilized from sediment in Lake Biwa under hypoxia

T. Itai, Y. Hyobu, D. Hayase & S. Tanabe S.H. Hirata
ByT. Itai, Y. Hyobu, D. Hayase, S. Tanabe, S.H. Hirata & M. Kumagai

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic sorption onto (oxy) hydroxide in comparison with antimony and phosphorus

ByL. Čanecká, M. Bujdoš & S. Čerňanský

chapter |3 pages

In-situ remediation of an anthropogenic arsenic contamination

T. Krüger H.M. Holländer J. Stummeyer & B. Harazim
ByT. Krüger, H.M. Holländer, J. Stummeyer, B. Harazim, P.-W. Boochs & M. Billib

chapter |2 pages

Oxidation of arsenic (III) by a Stenotrophomonas sp. isolated from soil

ByM.M. Bahar, M. Megharaj & R. Naidu

chapter |2 pages

Uptake of arsenate and arsenite by two Pteris vittata ecotypes

Xiaoming Wan, Mei Lei, Tongbin Chen & Guangdong Zhou
ByX. Wan, M. Lei, T.B. Chen & G. Zhou

chapter |3 pages

Health, labor supply and productivity: An econometric study of Cambodian farm households and arsenic consumption

J. Gibson & N. Russell D. Polya
ByJ. Gibson, N. Russell, D. Polya, C. Sovann & J. Sauer

part |2 pages

Section IV: Analytical methods for arsenic

chapter |4 pages

IV.1 Analysis: Recent advances and challenges Arsenic in marine organisms: New species and new analytical approaches

ByW.A. Maher, S. Foster, F. Krikowa, E. Duncan, G. Raber & K.A. Francesconi

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic mobilization in sediments: An investigation using in situ sampling techniques

ByW.W. Bennett, P.R. Teasdale, J.G. Panther, D.T. Welsh, H. Zhao & D.F. Jolley

chapter |3 pages

Homogeneity and stability testing of a candidate reference material for the determination of total arsenic in tuna fish sample

T.A. Koesmawati & Buchari K.A. Francesconi
ByT.A. Koesmawati, Buchari, K.A. Francesconi & J.C. Ng

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic and other metals in rice

Amjad M. Shraim
ByA.M. Shraim

chapter |2 pages

Concentration of arsenic, cadmium and lead in home garden vegetables of Bangladesh

Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, M. Asaduzzaman & Ravi Naidu
ByM.M. Rahman, M. Asaduzzaman & R. Naidu

chapter |3 pages

Evidences of arsenic (III) precipitation on iron (III) oxy-hydroxides from the combination of Raman spectroscopy, density functional theory calculations, and extended X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy

G. Duarte, V. Ciminelli & M.S.S. Dantas
ByG. Duarte, V. Ciminelli, M.S.S. Dantas, I.F. Vasconcelos, K. Osseo-Asare, J.D. Kubicki & H. Watts

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic speciation in rice using liquid chromatography and flow injection atomic fluorescence spectrometry (FI-HPLC-HG-AFS)

Bin Chen & Warren T. Corns Jen-How Huang
ByB. Chen, W.T. Corns & J.-H. Huang

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic cycling in marine phytoplankton: The importance of representative experiments

ByE. Duncan, W.A. Maher, S. Foster & F. Krikowa

chapter |2 pages

Speciation of inorganic arsenic in marine waters by stripping analysis at a gold microwire electrode

ByP. Salaün, K. Gibbon-Walsh & C.M.G. Van Den Berg

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic species in soils: Ecological aspects

ByG.V. Motuzova, E.A. Karpova & R.S. Aptikaev

chapter |1 pages

Histopathological alterations in the tissues of fresh water fish Channa punctatus (Bloch.) due to sodium arsenite exposure

Richa Mishra & Madhu Tripathi
ByR. Mishra & M. Tripathi

chapter |3 pages

Speciation analysis and distribution characteristics of arsenic in Pteris vittata L. grown on arsenic ectopic remediation site

Jie Ma, Mei Lei, Tong-bin Chen, Su-ping Liu & Yan-mei Li Bin Chen
ByJ. Ma, M. Lei, T.B. Chen, S. Liu, Y.-M. Li & B. Chen

chapter |2 pages

Determination of arsenic species using the Diffusive Gradients in Thin films (DGT) device

ByM.C. Fontanella, G.M. Beone & I. Cattani

chapter |2 pages

The use of ion chromatography hydride generation atomic fluorescence spectrometry (HPLC-HG-AFS) for arsenic speciation in apple juice

Bin Chen, Jasmina Allen, Warren T. Corns & Peter B. Stockwell
ByB. Chen, J. Allen, W.T. Corns & P.B. Stockwell

part |2 pages

Section S1: Special Topic 1: Risk assessment of arsenic from mining

chapter |4 pages

Conveners: Jochen Bundschuh (AU, SE), Ma. Teresa Alarcón Herrara (MX), Luiz Roberto Arsenic from mining old and new: Legacies and challenges

B.N. Noller V. Diacomanolis, V.P. Matanitobua & J.C. Ng
ByGuimarães Guilherme (BR), Virgínia Ciminelli (BR), Beverley Hale (CA), Sandra Leticia Rodríguez (MX), Jack Ng (AU) & Barry Noller (AU) B.N. Noller, V. Diacomanolis, V.P. Matanitobua, J.C. Ng & H.H. Harris

chapter |3 pages

Bioavailability and pharmacokinetics of arsenic in rats are influenced by cadmium: Health risk assessment of mine wastes

V. Diacomanolis B.N. Noller
ByV. Diacomanolis, B.N. Noller & J.C. Ng

chapter |5 pages

Arsenic management at a low-grade, large-scale gold mine

ByJ.A.M.M. Esper, A.L. Nepomuceno, M.A. Morais, R.V. Senna, R. Guazelli & F. Mohamed

chapter |3 pages

Evaluation of 10 years stability of concentrated arsenic-sulfide tailings

G. Duarte & V. Ciminelli M. Gasparon
ByG. Duarte, V. Ciminelli, M. Gasparon & J.W.V. Mello

chapter |2 pages

Temporal variation and co-occurrence of fluoride and arsenic in aquifers of the central semi-arid region of Chihuahua, Mexico

M.T. Alarcón-Herrera V.M. Reyes-López
ByM.T. Alarcón-Herrera, V.M. Reyes-López, M. Gutierrez & D. Núñez

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic speciation and bioaccessibility in gold mining tailings, Cuba

ByL.R.G. Guilherme, R. Toujaguez, F.B. Ono, V. Martins, P.P. Cabrera, A.V. Blanco & J. Bundschuh

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic speciation in surface water polluted from cinnabar ore mining and processing at Red Devil, Alaska

K.W. Torrance & H.E. Keenan W.T. Corns & B. Chen
ByK.W. Torrance, H.E. Keenan, W.T. Corns, B. Chen, L. Munk & B. Hagedorn

chapter |4 pages

Arsenic speciation of lead-zinc mine wastes using X-ray absorption spectroscopy

V. Diacomanolis & J.C. Ng H.H. Harris
ByV. Diacomanolis, J.C. Ng, H.H. Harris, J. Aitken & B.N. Noller

chapter |3 pages

Chemical immobilisation of complex arsenic co-contaminated industrial waste

ByA.L. Nolan, D. McKay, F. Lunsmann, M. Fensom & D. Wood

chapter |3 pages

Integrated remediation and development of an arsenic contaminated site

A.L. Nolan, B. Morris, F. Lunsmann, M. Fensom & D. Wood

part |2 pages

Section S2: Special Topic 2: Geomicrobiology of arsenic

chapter |3 pages

Conveners: Thomas Kulp (US), Joanne Santini (UK), Jochen Bundschuh (AU, SE) & Microbial arsenic metabolism and the impact on arsenic bioremediation

J-S. Jean, S. Das, C-C. Liu & S. Kar J. Bundschuh
ByJiin-Shuh Jean (TW) J.-S. Jean, S. Das, C.-C. Liu, S. Kar & J. Bundschuh

chapter |3 pages

Microbial influence on arsenic speciation: In search of the origins of arsenic resistance

K. Hug & J.W. Moreau F. Krikowa & W.A. Maher
ByK. Hug, J.W. Moreau, F. Krikowa, W.A. Maher, X. Morgan & M.B. Stott

chapter |2 pages

The influence of sulfate reducing bacteria on arsenic, iron, and sulfate behaviour under anaerobic condition

Myoung-Soo Ko, Ju-Yong Kim & Kyoung-Woong Kim Jin-Soo Lee
ByM.-S. Ko, J.-Y. Kim, K.W. Kim & J.-S. Lee

chapter |3 pages

Colonization of freshwater periphyton under chronic arsenate exposure: Influence of nutrient status

M.C. Rodriguez Castro H. Guasch Padró
ByM.C. Rodriguez Castro, H. Guasch Padró & A. Giorgi

chapter |3 pages

Fungal processes affecting speciation and mobility of arsenic

S. Čerňanský K. Boriová, M. Kolenčík, L. Čanecká, P. Matúš & M. Bujdoš
ByS. Čerňanský, K. Boriová, M. Kolenčík, L. Čanecká, P. Matúš, M. Bujdoš & A. Šimonovičová

part |2 pages

Section S3: Special Topic 3: Geothermal arsenic

chapter |4 pages

Conveners: Jochen Bundschuh (AU, SE), Thomas Pichler (DE), Biological processes affecting geothermal arsenic in a lowland river

J.G. Webster-Brown A.F. Hegan
ByJenny Webster-Brown (NZ) & D. Kirk Nordstrom (US) J.G. Webster-Brown, A.F. Hegan & N.J. Wilson

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic in geothermal and mine drainage waters of the world

ByD.L. López & P. O’Connor

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic in Yellowstone’s thermal waters: Trends and anomalies

ByD.K. Nordstrom, R.B. McCleskey & K.M. Campbell

chapter |2 pages

Case studies of arsenic in hydrothermal fluids of three different regimes: Menez Gwen (MAR), Manus Basin, and Panarea (Äolian Island-arc)

C. Breuer & T. Pichler
ByC. Breuer, T. Pichler & M.J. Ruiz-Chancho

chapter |3 pages

Geothermal arsenic in Taiwan: Geochemistry and microbial diversity

Jyoti Prakash Maity & Chien-Yen Chen Bibhash Nath
ByJ.P. Maity, C.-Y. Chen, B. Nath, J. Bundschuh & P. Bhattacharya

chapter |3 pages

Occurrence of arsenic and related microbial signature of hydrothermal systems in Western Turkey

C.-Y. Chen & J.P. Maity J. Bundschuh & P. Bhattacharya
ByC.-Y. Chen, J.P. Maity, J. Bundschuh, P. Bhattacharya, A. Baba & O. Gunduz

part |2 pages

Section S4: Special Topic 4: Rice arsenic and health perspective

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic in soil-rice systems: Microbial ecology perspectives

ByY.G. Zhu, Y.F. Jia, Z. Chen, H. Huang & G.X. Sun

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic porewater dynamics and arsenic uptake by aman rice in intermittently and continuously flooded paddy fields in Bangladesh

ByL.C. Roberts, S.J. Hug, A. Voegelin, A.B.M. Badruzzaman & M.A. Ali

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic exposure and health risk from consumption of brown rice in rural Bengal, India

D. Halder & A. Biswas
ByD. Halder, A. Biswas, P. Bhattacharya, S. Bhowmick, U. Mandal, D. Chatterjee & J. Nriagu

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic concentration in soil, rice and straw in central India

K.S. Patel, A. Verma, N.K. Jaiswal & B.L. Sahu K. Shrivas A. Raab & J. Feldmann
ByK.S. Patel, A. Verma, N.K. Jaiswal, B.L. Sahu, K. Shrivas, A. Raab, J. Feldmann, L. Borgese, A. Gianoncelli, E. Bontempi, M. Lautent & P. Bhattacharya

part |2 pages

Section S5: Special Topic 5: Sustainable mitigation of arsenic: From field trials to policy implications

chapter |2 pages

From field trials to policy implications Abhijit Mukherjee (IN) & Ravi Naidu (AU) Groundwater arsenic mitigation in Bangladesh: Mission achievable or impossible?

K.M. Ahmed
ByConveners: Kazi Matin Ahmed (BD), Prosun Bhattacharya (SE), K.M. Ahmed

chapter |4 pages

Tubewell platform color: Assessment of a tool for rapid screening of arsenic and manganese in well water

P. Bhattacharya, A. Biswas, D. Halder & G. Jacks B. Nath
ByP. Bhattacharya, A. Biswas, D. Halder, G. Jacks, B. Nath, D. Chatterjee & A. Mukherjee

chapter |3 pages

Pay-for-use arsenic testing: Promoting demand-driven mitigation and monitoring in Bangladesh

Y. Zheng
ByY. Zheng, P. Ravenscroft, S.M. Rahman & S.A.I. Hakim

chapter |4 pages

Wide spread arsenic in deeper groundwater of western Bengal basin, West Bengal, India: Implications for sustainable alternate drinking water sources

A. Mukherjee A.E. Fryar
ByA. Mukherjee, A.E. Fryar, B.R. Scanlon, P. Bhattacharya, R. Thunvik & A. Bhattacharya

chapter |2 pages

Development of a successful institutional mechanism for arsenic screening in the Brahmaputra Floodplain in Assam

Chandan Mahanta & Runti Choudhury
ByC. Mahanta & R. Choudhury

part |2 pages

Section S6: Special Topic 6: Biochemical processes of high arsenic groundwater in inland basins

chapter |4 pages

groundwater in inland basins Groundwater contamination by arsenic in a suburban setting in Perth, Western Australia: Geochemical changes and management implications

S.J. Appleyard & S. Wong
ByConveners: Huaming Guo (CN) & George N. Breit (US) S.J. Appleyard & S. Wong

chapter |2 pages

Arsenic distribution in the vadose zone of arid basins

G.N. Breit & H.L. Goldstein

chapter |3 pages

Characteristics of iron isotopes in high arsenic groundwater systems of the Hetao basin, Inner Mongolia, P.R. China

H. Guo & C-C. Liu H. Lu & J. Wang
ByInner Mongolia, P.R. China H. Guo, C.-C. Liu, H. Lu & J. Wang

chapter |3 pages

Adsorption-oxidation of arsenite by nano-iron-manganese binary oxide in synthesized groundwater

ByS.Q. Kong, Y.X. Wang, M. Yu & M.L. Liu

chapter |3 pages

Arsenic in saline groundwater in the Yuncheng Basin, northern China

X.B. Gao, C.C. Li & Y.X. Wang
ByX.B. Gao, C.C. Li, Y.X. Wang & F.C. Zhang