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References

Just Add Water: References

May 1, 1996
American Water Works Association. 1995. Cryptosporidium: Questions and Answers. May. Washington, DC.

Bennett, J.V., et al. 1987. Infectious and parasitic diseases, in Closing the gap: the burden of unnecessary illness. R.W. Amler and H.B. Dull, eds. Oxford University Press.

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EPA. 1991. Regulatory Impact Analysis of Proposed National Primary Drinking Water Regulations For Radionuclides. Washington, D.C.

EPA. 1995. New Policy on Evaluating Health Risks to Children. Office of the Administrator. October 20. Washington, DC.

Environmental Working Group. 1996. Pouring It On: Nitrate Contamination of Drinking Water. Washington, DC.

Environmental Working Group. 1995. In The Drink. Washington, DC.

Environmental Working Group. 1994. Tap Water Blues: Pesticide Contamination of Drinking Water. Washington, DC.

GAO. 1990. Drinking Water Compliance Programs Undermine EPA Program as New Challenges Emerge. Washington, DC.

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National Research Council. 1994. Science and Judgment in Risk Assessment. National Academy of Sciences Press. Washington, DC.

National Research Council. 1995. Nitrate and Nitrite in Drinking Water. National Academy of Sciences Press, Washington, D.C.

NRDC. 1995. Olson, E. You Are What You Drink: Cryptosporidium and Other Contaminants Found In The Water Served to Millions of Americans. Washington, D.C.

NRDC, Clean Water Action, and U.S. PIRG. 1995. Trouble on Tap: Arsenic, Radioactive Radon, and Trihalomethanes in Our Drinking Water. Washington, D.C.