2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in India Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in India Leader Award
His primary areas of study are Arsenic, West bengal, Arsenic contamination of groundwater, Groundwater and Arsenic poisoning. He mostly deals with Arsenic toxicity in his studies of Arsenic. His Arsenic contamination of groundwater research includes elements of Surgery, Physiology and Water resource management.
His Groundwater research incorporates themes from Floodplain, Water pollution, Toxicology, Water quality and Water resources. His Arsenic poisoning study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Microwave digestion and Bovine muscle. He works mostly in the field of Contamination, limiting it down to concerns involving Environmental engineering and, occasionally, Waste management.
His primary scientific interests are in Arsenic, Arsenic contamination of groundwater, Groundwater, West bengal and Environmental chemistry. His Arsenic study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Veterinary medicine, Contamination, Toxicology and Environmental engineering. His Contamination research includes themes of ARSENIC EXPOSURE and Waste management.
His study looks at the intersection of Arsenic contamination of groundwater and topics like Arsenic toxicity with Surgery. His research integrates issues of Water quality, Environmental protection and Water supply in his study of Groundwater. His work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, Arsenite, Arsenate, Particulates and Atomic absorption spectroscopy.
Dipankar Chakraborti mostly deals with Arsenic, Arsenic contamination of groundwater, Groundwater arsenic contamination, Groundwater and Environmental engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Toxicology and Environmental protection. His research in Arsenic contamination of groundwater intersects with topics in ARSENIC EXPOSURE, Surface water, Environmental health, Drainage basin and Contamination.
Dipankar Chakraborti has researched Groundwater arsenic contamination in several fields, including Environmental chemistry, Bengal delta and Water resource management. His research investigates the link between Groundwater and topics such as Mining engineering that cross with problems in Sensory neuropathy and Normal level. His research investigates the connection between Environmental engineering and topics such as Veterinary medicine that intersect with issues in Signs and symptoms.
Dipankar Chakraborti spends much of his time researching Arsenic, Arsenic contamination of groundwater, World health, Socioeconomics and Groundwater. The concepts of his Arsenic study are interwoven with issues in Veterinary medicine, Groundwater contamination and Environmental engineering. He studies Arsenic contamination of groundwater, namely Groundwater arsenic contamination.
His study of World health brings together topics like Cumulative Exposure, Fluoride contamination, Fluoride toxicity and Water source. He integrates many fields in his works, including Socioeconomics, Wetland, Water resources, Hydrology, Water scarcity and Floodplain. His study in Groundwater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Agricultural irrigation and Environmental protection.
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Groundwater arsenic contamination in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India.
Uttam K. Chowdhury;Bhajan K. Biswas;Tarit Roy Chowdhury;Gautam Samanta.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2000)
Some drinking-water disinfectants and contaminants, including arsenic
W. M Anders;R. J. Bull;K. P. Cantor;D. Chakraborti.
Arsenic poisoning in the Ganges delta
Tarit Roy Chowdhury;Gautam Kumar Basu;Badal Kumar Mandal;Bhajan Kumar Biswas.
Arsenic in ground water in six districts of West bengal, India: the biggest arsenic calamity in the world. Part 2. Arsenic concentration in drinking water, hair, nails, urine, skin-scale and liver tissue (biopsy) of the affected people.
Dipankar Das;Amit Chatterjee;Badal K. Mandal;Gautam Samanta.
Arsenic Groundwater Contamination in Middle Ganga Plain, Bihar, India: A Future Danger?
Dipankar Chakraborti;Subhash C Mukherjee;Shyamapada Pati;Mrinal K Sengupta.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2003)
Arsenic in ground water in six districts of West Bengal, India: the biggest arsenic calamity in the world. Part I. Arsenic species in drinking water and urine of the affected people
Amit Chatterjee;Dipankar Das;Badal K. Mandal;Tarit Roy Chowdhury.
Arsenic in groundwater in six districts of West Bengal, India.
Das D;Samanta G;Mandal Bk;Roy Chowdhury T.
Environmental Geochemistry and Health (1996)
Arsenic calamity in the Indian subcontinent: What lessons have been learned?
Dipankar Chakraborti;Mohammad M Rahman;Kunal Paul;Uttam K Chowdhury.
Arsenic contamination in groundwater: a global perspective with emphasis on the Asian scenario.
Amitava Mukherjee;Mrinal Kumar Sengupta;M. Amir Hossain;Sad Ahamed.
Journal of Health Population and Nutrition (2006)
Groundwater arsenic calamity in Bangladesh
Ratan K Dhar;Bhajan K Biswas;Gautum Samanta;Badal K Mandal.
Current Science (1997)
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