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Geospatial Relationships Between Morbidity and Soil Pollution at Cubatão, Brazil

By Roberto Wagner Lourenço, Admilson Irio Ribeiro, Maria Rita Donalisio, Ricardo Cordeiro, André Juliano Franco and Paulo Milton Barbosa Landim

Submitted: April 25th 2011Reviewed: March 5th 2012Published: March 28th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/33881

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Roberto Wagner Lourenço, Admilson Irio Ribeiro, Maria Rita Donalisio, Ricardo Cordeiro, André Juliano Franco and Paulo Milton Barbosa Landim (March 28th 2012). Geospatial Relationships Between Morbidity and Soil Pollution at Cubatão, Brazil, Water Quality, Soil and Managing Irrigation of Crops Teang Shui Lee, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/33881. Available from:

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