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Eaton, Richard M. 1996: The Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier 1204-1760. University of California Press: Berkelely, Los Angeles, London.
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Goel, Radhey Shyam 2000: Environmental Impacts Assessment of Water Resources Projects: concerns, policy issues, perceptions and scientific analysis. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd: New Delhi, Calcutta.
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Hans RK, Farooq M, Babu GS, Srivastava SP, Joshi PC, Viswanathan PN 1999: Agricultural produce in the dry bed of the River Ganga in Kanpur, India - A new source of pesticide contamination in human diets. Food and Chemical Toxicology. 37(8). pp. 847-852.
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Iyer, Ramasway R. 1999: "Conflict Resolution: three river treaties". Economic and Political Weekly. June 12th. pp. 1509 - 1518.


Jahingran 1982: Fish and fisheries of India. Hindustan Publishing Corporation: Delhi, India.
Jain, C.K. 2001(a): "Absorption of Zinc on Bed Sediments of the River Ganga: adsoption models and kinetics." Hydrological Sciences Journal. 46(3). pp. 419-434.
Jain, C.K. 2001(b): "A Hydro-chemical Study of a Mountainous Watershed: the Ganga, India". Water Research. 0. pp. 1-13.
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Johari, Harish 1998: The Birth of the Ganga. Inner Traditions India: Vermont, Mumbai.


Kannan. K, S. Tanabe, R. Tatsukawa and R.K. Sinha 1994: "Biodegradation Capacity and Residue Pattern of Organochlorines in Ganges River Dolphins From India". Toxicological Environmental Chemistry. 42. pp. 249-261.
Kannan, K, Senthilkumar, and Sinha R.K, 1994: "Sources and Accumulation off Butyltin Compunds in Ganges River Dolphin, Platanista Gangetica". Applied Organometallic Chemistry. 11. pp. 223-230.
Kannan, K, Sinha R.K, Tanabe, S, Ichihashi, H and Tatsukawa R. 1993: "Heavy metals and organochlorine residues in Ganges river dolphin from India". Marine Pollution Bulletin. (26)3. pp. 159-162.
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Reports (India)

Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution (CBPCWP) 1984: Basin sub-basin inventory of water pollution: the Ganga Basin part II. Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India.

Central Pollution Control Board 1995: An inventory of major polluting industries in the Ganga Basin and their pollution control status. Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. New Delhi.

Central Pollution Control Board (no year of publication given): Status and Trend of Water Quality of River Ganga (1983-1989). Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. New Delhi.

Central Pollution Control Board 1990/91: Water Quality Status and Statistics (1988-1989). Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. New Delhi.

Central Pollution Control Board 1996: Water Quality Status and Statistics (1993-1994). Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. New Delhi.

Central Pollution Control Board 1999: Water Quality Status and Statistics (1996-1997). Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. New Delhi.

Central Water Commission/River Data Directorate 1992: Water Quality Studies Ganga System Status Report. Government of India. New Delhi.

Institute for Human Development 2000: India Water Vision 2025.

Krishna Murti C.R., K.S. Bilgrami, T.M. Das and R.P. Mathur (Eds.) 1991: The Ganga: a scientific study. Published for the Ganga Project Directorate (Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, New Delhi).

Ministry of Environment and Forests 1995: Evaluation of Ganga Action Plan. Government of India. New Delhi.

Reports (Bangladesh)

GIS September 1998: Environmental and Social Impact Assessment of Khulna-Jessore Drainage Rehabilitation Project. Ministry of Water Resources, Government of Bangladesh.

EGIS May 2000: Environment baseline of Gorai River Restoration Project. Ministry of Water Resources, Government of Bangladesh.

EGIS September 2000: Environmental Impact Assessment of alternative flow regimes for Gorai River Restoration Project. Ministry of Water Resources, Government of Bangladesh.

Gorai River Contractors May 2000: Gorai River Re-excavation Project Pilot Priority Works. PPW Second Season. Government of the Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Water Development Board.

Gorai River Contractors June 2000: Gorai River Re-excavation Project Pilot Priority Works. PPW funal report. Government of the Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Water Development Board.

Gorai River Restoration Project Main Consultant Nov 2000: Briefing Report on the occasion of the visit if the honourable vice-minister of transport, public works and water management of the Netherlands. The Government of Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh, Ministry of Water Recourses, Bangladesh Water Development Board.

Grepin, Georges June 1995: Integrated Resource Development of the Sundarbans Reserved Forest Bangladesh. Draft Final Report Consultant Mangrove Ecology. United Nations Development Program/ Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Khulna.

Dey, Kumar Tapan November 2000: Sundarban at a Glance. Deputy Conservator of Forests, Divisional forest Office, Sundarban Division, Khulna. (one copy)

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