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The increase in the number of liver related disease patients from north western region of Ethiopia has been an environmental health issue of national concern.
For the protection and conservation of water resource in the study area it is found to be important to characterize the quality of water.
Ground water contamination with arsenic, fluoride and nitrate recently possesses serious health hazards to a large sector of communities all over the world (Santra, 2001).
Since sediments and suspended particles are important repositories for trace metals such as chromium, copper, molybdenum, cobalt and manganese, studying of sediments of the environment is also found to be vital for characterization of the quality of the environment of the artisanal gold mining sites in and around the study area.
This book, therefore, provides Environmental factors which are mostly considered to explain the etiology of this liver related disease.
Therefore, this helps researchers in pursuing a wide range of researches on environmental health issues.
It would also provide potential support for medical communities in Africa and elsewhere to pursue on possible etiology and risk factors of human health.
Jemal Ahmed Ali, M.Sc: Studied Economic Geology at Mekelle University, Ethiopia.
Since 2011 to present, I am Academic staff in the department of Earth Science, Samara University, Ethiopia.
I have been working cooperatively with Mine and Energy Resource Development Office, Afar Regional State, since 2012 in Reconnaissance Mineral Resource survey.
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