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In-text: (Alfredo, Seidel, Ghosh and Roberson, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Alfredo, K., Seidel, C., Ghosh, A. and Roberson, J., 2017. Using a relative health indicator (RHI) metric to estimate health risk reductions in drinking water. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189(3).
In-text: (Almberg et al., 2017)
Your Bibliography: Almberg, K., Turyk, M., Jones, R., Rankin, K., Freels, S., Graber, J. and Stayner, L., 2017. Arsenic in drinking water and adverse birth outcomes in Ohio. Environmental Research, 157, pp.52-59.
In-text: (Baum, Amjad, Luh and Bartram, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Baum, R., Amjad, U., Luh, J. and Bartram, J., 2015. An examination of the potential added value of water safety plans to the United States national drinking water legislation. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, 218(8), pp.677-685.
In-text: (Clark, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Clark, R., 2015. The USEPA's distribution system water quality modelling program: a historical perspective. Water and Environment Journal, 29(3), pp.320-330.
In-text: (Currie et al., 2013)
Your Bibliography: Currie, J., Graff Zivin, J., Meckel, K., Neidell, M. and Schlenker, W., 2013. Something in the water: contaminated drinking water and infant health. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique, 46(3), pp.791-810.
In-text: (Edwards, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Edwards, M., 2013. Fetal Death and Reduced Birth Rates Associated with Exposure to Lead-Contaminated Drinking Water. Environmental Science & Technology, 48(1), pp.739-746.
In-text: (Rosen, Pokhrel and Weir, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Rosen, M., Pokhrel, L. and Weir, M., 2017. A discussion about public health, lead and Legionella pneumophila in drinking water supplies in the United States. Science of The Total Environment, 590-591, pp.843-852.
In-text: (Shah et al., 2017)
Your Bibliography: Shah, K., Oleske, J., Gomez, H., Davidow, A. and Bogden, J., 2017. Blood Lead Concentrations of Children in the United States: A Comparison of States Using Two Very Large Databases. The Journal of Pediatrics, 185, pp.218-223.
In-text: (Triantafyllidou, Le, Gallagher and Edwards, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Triantafyllidou, S., Le, T., Gallagher, D. and Edwards, M., 2014. Reduced risk estimations after remediation of lead (Pb) in drinking water at two US school districts. Science of The Total Environment, 466-467, pp.1011-1021.
In-text: (Zahran, McElmurry and Sadler, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Zahran, S., McElmurry, S. and Sadler, R., 2017. Four phases of the Flint Water Crisis: Evidence from blood lead levels in children. Environmental Research, 157, pp.160-172.
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