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Banerjee M, Banerjee N, Bhattacharjee P, Mondal D, Lythgoe PR, Martinez M, Pan J, Polya DA and Giri AK. High arsenic rice is associated with elevated genotoxic effects in humans. Scientific Reports. 2013 July; 3(Art 2195): 1-8. eScholarID:202207 | DOI:DOI:10.1038/srep02195

Polya D. Geogenic arsenic in groundwaters and soils-re-evaluating exposure routes and risk assessment. Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference, Meteau. 2012; 233. eScholarID:169381

MILLOT R, CHARLET L, POLYA D. Un fléau mondial: la contamination de l'eau par l'arsenic. Pour la science. 2011; (408): 76-82. eScholarID:169376

Mondal, D., Banerjee, M., Kundu, M., Banerjee, N., Bhattacharya, U., Giri, A.K., Ganguli, B., Sen Roy, S. and Polya, D.A. (2010) Comparison of drinking water, raw rice and cooking of rice as arsenic exposure routes in three contrasting areas of West Bengal, India. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 32, 463-477. DOI 10.1007/s10653-010-9319-5

Hery, M., van Dongen, B.E., Gill, F., Mondal, D., Lawson, M., Vaughan, D.J., Pancost, R.D.,  Polya, D.A. and Lloyd, J.R. (2010) Arsenic release and attenuation in low organic carbon aquifer sediments from West Bengal. Geobiology, 8, 155-168. DOI 10.1111/j.1472-4669.2010.00233.x

Polya, D.A. and Charlet, L. (2009) Rising arsenic risk? Nature Geoscience, 2, 383-384. DOI 10.1038/ngeo537

Mondal, D. and Polya, D.A. (2008) Rice is a major exposure route for arsenic in Chakdha Block, West Bengal: a Probabilistic Risk Assessment. Applied Geochemistry, 23, 2986-2997 DOI 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2008.06.025

Polya, D.A., Polizzotto, M.L., Fendorf, S., Rodriguez-Lado, L., Hegan, A., Lawson, M., Rowland, H.A.L., Giri, A.K., Mondal, D., Sovann, C., Al Lawati, W.M.M., van Dongen, B.E., Gilbert, P. and Shantz, A.  (2010) Arsenic in Groundwaters of Cambodia in Irvine, K., Murphy, T., Vanchan, V. and Vermette, S. (Eds) Water Resources and Development in South-East Asia, SE Asia Centre, New York, pp. 31-56. [INVITED CONTRIBUTION]

Polya, D.A., Mondal, D. And Giri, A.K.  (2009) Quantification of deaths and DALYs arising from chronic exposure to arsenic in groundwaters utilized for drinking, cooking and irrigation of food crops in Preedy and Watson (Eds) Handbook of Disease Burdens and Quality of Life Measures, Springer-Verlag, ISBN: 978-0-387-78665-0 , pp 702-728. [INVITED CONTRIBUTION]

Polya, D.A., Modal, D., Ganguli, B., Giri, A.K., Banerjee, M., Khattak, S., Phawadee, N. and Sovann, C. (2010) Geogenic Arsenic in Groundwaters and Soils – Re-evaluating Exposure Routes & Risk Assessment. Proceedings of COST 637 workshop, Kristianstad, Sweden 4pp. [INVITED CONTRIBUTION]

Khattak, S.A., Polya, D.A. and Samanta, M. (2010) Relative importance of arsenic exposure from water  and rice in Allam Iqbal Town, a peri-urban area of Lahore, Pakistan. As 2010 Taiwan Proceedings, 2pp

Polya, D.A., Mondal, D., Ganguli, B., Samanta, M., Giri, A.K., Banerjee, M., Banerjee, N. And Bhattacharya, U. (2010) Probabilistic risk assessment of geogenic groundwater-arsenic attributable health risk – framework and key uncertainties.   As 2010 Taiwan Proceedings, 4pp. [INVITED CONTRIBUTION]

Mondal, D., Hegan, A., Rodriguez-Lado, L., Bradford, W., Hennermann, K., Banerjee, M., Ganguli, B., Giri, A.K. and Polya, D.A. (2008) Multiple regression analysis of arsenic groundwater hazard and assessment of arsenic-attributable human health risks in Chakdha Block, West Bengal. Mineralogical Magazine, 72, 461-465. DOI 10.1180/minmag.2008.072.1.461

Lawson, M., Ballentine, C.J., Polya, D.A., Boyce, A.J., Mondal, D., Chatterjee, D., Majumder, S., and Biswas, A. (2008) The geochemical and isotopic composition of ground waters in West Bengal: tracing ground-surface water interaction and its role in arsenic release.  Mineralogical Magazine, 72, 441-444. DOI 10.1180/minmag.2008.072.1.441