DEPLETED URANIUM HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT

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by Abdul R. S. Magba-Kamara

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Depleted Uranium on human health and the environment is presented with a particular focus on the use of munitions containing depleted uranium in military conflicts.This book utilizes a naturalistic approach to provide new insights and description as it seeks to illustrate, understand and interpret or explain about the day-to-day life experiences and structures from the perspectives of the Gulf war veterans. It is focused on a naturalistic inquiry because it contains data extracted from the live interviews given by Gulf War veterans and non-military personnel exposed to depleted uranium. This book reveals the short-and long-term detrimental consequences of depleted uranium on human health, human communities, and the environment. It includes a review of methods for the prevention and mitigation of such effects. Arguments for effective management and containment strategies of depleted uranium and other toxins are made.

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Printed: 77 pages, 8.25″ x 10.75″, casewrap-hardcover binding, black and white interior ink

Publisher: Abdul Rahman S. Magba-Kamara

Copyright: © 2007 Standard Copyright License

Language: English

Country: United States

Edition: FIRST EDITION

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