TAB B - Bibliography
Ayres, J.G., "Potential Respiratory Effects of the Kuwaiti Oil Fires on the Population of Kuwait," The Environmental and Health Impact of the Kuwait Oil Fires, Proceedings of an International Symposium Held at the University of Birmingham, October 1991.
Bar-Ziv, J. and G.M. Goldberg, "Simple Siliceous Pneumoconiosis in Negev Bedouins," Archives of Environmental Health, 1974, vol. 29, p. 124.
Fraser, R.G. and J.A.P. Pare, P.D. Pare, R.S. Fraser, G.P. Genereux, Diagnosis of Diseases of the Chest (3rd Ed.), Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co., 1990, p. 2282-2307.
Final Report to the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition & Technology), Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Persian Gulf War Health Effects, June 1994.
"Health threat from Oil Well Fires Information Paper," Memorandum for Staff XMERS/DAG Team Chiefs, March 1991, published on GulfLink: http://www.gulflink.health.mil/oil_well_fires/oil_well_fires_refs/n20en056/011696_92_4_009.htm.
Hyams, K.C. and A.L. Bourgeois, J. Escamilla, J. Burans, J.N. Woody, "The Navy Forward Laboratory During Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm," Military Medicine, 1993, vol. 158, p. 729-732.
Klaassen C.D., J Doull, and M.O. Amdur, "Casarett and Doulls Toxicology The Basic Science of Poisons, Fifth Edition," The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 1996, Edition 5.
Korenyi-Both, A.L. and A.C. Molnar, R. Fidelus-Gort, "Al Eskan Disease: Desert Storm Pneumonitis," Military Medicine, 1992, vol. 157, p. 452-462.
Landrigan, P.J., "Silicosis," Occupational Medicine: State of the Art Reviews, 1987, vol. 2, p. 319.
Lead Sheet No. 22581, Interview with a Gulf War Veteran, April 20, 1999.
Letter from Dr. Mary Ross, Health Scientist, Health and Ecosystem Effects Group, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC, March 7, 2000.
Military Medicine in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm: the Navy Forward Laboratory, Biological Warfare Detection, and Preventive Medicine, http://www.gulflink.health.mil/medical/med_navy.htm.
Parkes, W.R., "Inhaled Particles and their Fate in the Lungs," Occupational Lung Disorders (2nd ed.), Butterworths, Boston, 1983, p. 48-49.
Raabe, O., "Deposition and Clearance of Inhaled Particles," Occupational Lung Disease, Raven Press, New York, 1984, p. 1-37.
Rabovsky, J., "The Laboratory Studies On Silica Induced Toxicity and Relationship to Carcinogenicity," Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1997, p. 267-278.
Richards, A.L. and K.C. Hyams, D.M. Watts, P.J. Rozmajzl, J.N. Woody, B.R. Merrell, "Respiratory disease among military personnel in Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield," American Journal of Public Health 1993, vol. 83, p. 1326-1329.
"Silicosis and Operational Exposures to Dust and Sand," Navy Bureau of Medicine, 1990, (http://www.gulflink.health.mil/declassdocs/bumed/19961211/120396_sep96_decls12_0002.html).
Special Assitant for Gulf War Illnesses, "Oil Well Fires," Environmental Exposure Report, November 1998 (http://www.gulflink.health.mil/oil_well_fires/).
Spektor, D.M., "A Review of the Scientific Literature as it Pertains to Gulf War Illness, Oil Well Fires," RAND, vol 6, 1998.
Thomas, R.B. and T. Vigerstad, J. Meagher, C. McMullin, "Particulate Exposure During the Persian Gulf War," March 2000.
US Army Central Command. XVIII Corps, November 1990, Published on GulfLink: http://www.gulflink.health.mil.
US Army Environmental Hygiene Agency, Interim Report: Kuwait Oil Fire Health Risk Assessment, No. 39-26-L192-91, June 1991.
US Army Environmental Hygiene Agency, Final Report Kuwait Oil Fire Risk Assessment, No. 39-26-1192, February 1994.
US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine: Technical Guide (Reference Document) 230B, "Long-term Chemical Exposure Guidelines for Deployed Military Personnel," January 2000.
US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, "Metabolic Cost of Military Physical Tasks in MOPP 0 and MOPP 4," US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Natick, Massachusetts, April 1995.
US Army Medical Intelligence Overview Eastern Saudi Arabia, Subject: Medical Intelligence Overview Eastern Saudi Arabia, Performance Degradation Due to Climatic Factors, http://www.gulflink.health.mil.
USEPA, Code of Federal Regulations, "Federal Register, National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter; Final Rule," Washington, DC, US Government Printing Office, Office of the Federal Register 1997, 40 CFR Part 50.
US Environmental Protection Agency, "Air Quality Criteria for Particulate Matter," Vol 3, National Center for Environmental Assessment, Office of Research and Development, Research Triangle Park, NC, April 1996.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Kuwait Oil Fires: Interangency Interim Report, Washington, D.C., 1991.
US General Accounting Office, "Health Effects of the Kuwait Oil Fires," January 1992.Vallyathan, V., and X. Shi, N.S. Dalal, W. Irr, V. Castranova, "Generation of Free Radicals from Freshly Fractured Silica Dust," American Review of Respiration Disease, 1988, vol. 138, p. 1213.
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