ADVANCES IN MEDICO-CHEMICAL GEOGRAPHY IN CHINA
- Publish Date: 1993-12-20
- medico-chemical geography /
- biogeochemical province
Abstract: We have made progress in medico-chemical geography as follows: the correlative law of organism with geochemical environment; the geochemico-ecological classification of chemical elements; the types of formative cause of biogeochemical provinces in China; the parabolic correlation between contents of iodine in drinking water and prevalence rate of endemic goiter; the discovery and proof of the low selenium zone in China; the successive discovery of endemic fluorosis of the types of pollution from burning coal, drinking high fluoride tea and high fluoride table salt from the year 1978; the study on chemical geography of schistosomiasis and the compilation of the Atlas of Endemic Diseases and Their Environments in the People's Republic of China.
|Citation:||Wang Mingyuan. ADVANCES IN MEDICO-CHEMICAL GEOGRAPHY IN CHINA[J]. Chinese Geographical Science, 1993, 3(4): 376-380.|