An analysis of metal exposures in male residents as a result of small-scale gold mining in Ghana.
Heidi Liere, Ph.D., Graham Doctoral Fellow
Adding Habit Heterogeneity in an Otherwise Homogenous Landscape Across Multiple Spatial Scales and Trophic Levels
Master's Thesis by Colin Mackenzie Donihue, SNRE
Mary Anne Evans, Gary Fahnenstiel, and Donald Scavia
Analysis of the exposure of women to mercury as a consequence of working and living in a gold mining site.
A review of climate-related vulnerabilities at the regional level, and prioritization of design, construction, and operation strategies to increase resilience and facilitate climate adaptation.
Melissa Forbes, Ph.D., Graham Doctoral Fellow
Occupational exposures to elemental mercury (via urine sampling) and dietary exposures to methylmercury (via hair sampling) were assessed among 120 participants recruited from a mining community located in the Talensi–Nabdam District of Ghana's Upper East region during summer 2009.
An analysis of mercury concentrations in human hair and urine sample of miners and farmers in a small-scale gold mining area of Ghana.
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