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Geochemical environments and cardiovascular mortality rates in Georgia

Hansford T. Shacklette

Geochemical environments and cardiovascular mortality rates in Georgia

by Hansford T. Shacklette

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cardiovascular system -- Diseases.,
  • Environmental health.,
  • Human beings -- Effect of environment on.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hansford T. Shacklette, Herbert I. Sauer and A.T. Miesch.
    SeriesStatistical studies in field geochemistry, U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 574-C
    ContributionsSauer, Herbert I., Miesch, A.T., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20428242M

    - Critical review of geochemical processes and geochemical models adaptable for prediction of acidic drainage from waste rock - Ap This report describes the geochemical processes occurring in acid-generating waste rock piles.   For females, the rates for cancer ( per , population) surpassed the rates for heart disease () in The death rate for heart disease in males remained slightly higher () than the death rate for cancer () in Source: National Vital Statistics System. Mortality public use data files, –

    The Geochemical Society periodically publishes a Special Publication Series. These are scientifically significant collections of related, original papers that honor renowned geochemists. The contributions appearing in these volumes are subjected to rigorous peer review supervised by the volume editor(s). Online ISSN: Print ISSN: ISSN-L:

    The Interpretation of Regional Geochemical Survey Data Grunsky, E.C. [1] _____ 1. Geological Survey of Canada, Natural R esources Canada, Ottawa, Canada ABSTRACT Regional geochemical data are generally derived from government and industry geochemical surveys that cover areas at various spatial resolutions. Grunsky, E.C., Rencz, A.N., Adcock, S.W. (). Geochemical background in soil and till - an evaluation of additional elements from geochemical surveys of soils and tills: addendum to GSC Open File Geological Survey of Canada, Open File , 70 p. DOI: /


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