Cleaning up after the tsunamis

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Abstract

Groundwater contamination and poisoning by hazardous waste are the latest health scares to hit the 13 countries affected by the Indian Ocean tsunamis. But, says Justin McCurry, potential complacency resulting from the lack of major outbreaks is still a concern to health organisations.

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McCurry, J. (2005). Cleaning up after the tsunamis. Lancet, 365(9462), 835–836. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(05)71024-2

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