Global environment monitoring system, HEAL project : guidelines for integrated air, water, food and biological exposure monitoring / editor, H. W. de Koning
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Koning, Henk W. de, World Health Organization. Prevention of Environmental Pollution Unit & Global Environment Monitoring System. Human Exposure Assessment Location Project. (1986). Global environment monitoring system, HEAL project : guidelines for integrated air, water, food and biological exposure monitoring / editor, H. W. de Koning. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/61005
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