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Fluoride Distribution in Drinking Groundwater in Rajasthan, India
Hydrofluorosis caused by fluoride-rich water was predominantly restricted in Rajasthan, India before the commencement of guinea-worm (Dracunculus medinensis) eradication programme in 1986. During implication of the programme, numerous bore-and tube-wells fitted with hand pumps were dug in villages even in the remote areas of the state, simultaneously closing down the traditional step/open-wells which were used as drinking water sources. Groundwater from tube-and bore-wells drawn from deeperdoi:10.18520/cs/v114/i09/1851-1857 fatcat:wmlt36yanval5jgju7yovncobe