2000. Geomedical problems in developing countries.
- Preface Side 7.
- Låg, J. Some general geomedical problems in developing countries. Side 9.
- J. Deckers et al.: State of the art on soil-related geo-medical issues in the world. Side 23.
- B. Bølviken. Possibilities of nation-wide geochemical mapping in developing coutries. Side 43.
- E. Steinnes: Geochemical cycling of iodine and selenium and potential geomedical relevance. Side 55.
- A. Flåøyen: Nordic involvement in veterinary research and education in southern Africa. Side 61.
- A. FlŠøyen: Poisonus plants of southern Africa resulting in livestock intoxication. Side 66.
- H.M. Meltzer: Selenium and iodine in a global geomedical perspective. Side. 76.
- S.-W. Qiao: Thyroid cancer incidence and iodine levels in twenty-one countries. Side 86.
- F. C. Sampaio and F. R. von der Fehr: Fluoride as geomedical problem in developing countries. Side 98.
- E. Vigerust: Pollution from an Industry City in China. Side 112.
- A. Kashem, B. R. Singh and M. S. Kuhad: Arsenic in drinking waters a calamity to human health in Bangladesh. Side 125.
- R. P. Narwal, B. R. Singh and M. S. Juhad: Pollution potential of sewage and industrial effluents in India and their impact on soil health. Side 136.
- J. Aaseth: Trace element compounds in liver diseases. Side 154.
- J. Aaseth: Chronic liver diseases and immunological imbalances. Side 163.
- U. Aswathanarayana: A paradigm for addressing the natural and anthropogenic geomedical problems in the developing countries. Side 167.
- I. H. Elsokkary: Trace-elements contents of some ecosystems in Egypt as influenced by natural and anthropogenic sources. Side 179.
- B. K. Sitaula et al.: Land degradation in Himalayan region. Side 179.
- B. K. Sitaula et al.: Air, water and waste problem in Katmandu valley. Side 209.
- R. P. Neupane et al.: Deforestation and agroforestry in the Hills of Nepal. Side 220.
- P. Andersen and S. Sandvold: Nutrient deficiencies in cultivated soils. Side 235.
- List of participants. Side 241.