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The environmental injustice of urban lead: Are we being poisoned in our own neighborhoods?
Publication Date: 2005-08-19
Philadelphia Lead Risk Map
It’s Not Just Flint — Philadelphia Has a Huge Lead Problem, Too
‘Universal’ lead bill passes, making Philly the biggest U.S. city to require landlords to test for lead
A Landlord’s Guide to the Philadelphia Lead Disclosure and Certification Law
Wendy Ruderman. (June 19, 2017 Monday). Philly kids in peril from lead unearthed in booming neighborhoods. The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Wendy Ruderman, Barbara Laker, Dylan Purcell. (November 4, 2017 Saturday). 'Toxic City': State confirms extreme lead levels in Kensington soil.
Zlati Meyer, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF. (DECEMBER 22, 2000 Friday CNORTH EDITION). PERKASIE TO STUDY CONTAMINATION IT WILL DETERMINE WHETHER LEAD LEVELS IN SOIL REMOVED FROM A BUILDING SITE TO A PLUMSTEAD LOT ARE DANGEROUS.
Frank Kummer STAFF WRITER. (June 5, 2019 Wednesday). High levels of lead found in soil at Chew Playground. The Philadelphia Daily News.
Barbara Laker, Wendy Ruderman. (July 3, 2017 Monday). River ward residents want city, others to protect kids from lead in soil. The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Barbara Laker, Dylan Purcell, and Wendy Ruderman STAFF WRITERS. (December 30, 2018 Sunday). How kids are being protected from peril; Years of reporting and testing lead to safer schools, homes, and play areas. But work remains.. The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Bradham, K. D., Nelson, C. M., Kelly, J., Pomales, A., Scruton, K., Dignam, T., . . . Thomas, D. J. (2017). Relationship between total and bioaccessible lead on children's blood lead levels in urban residential philadelphia soils. Environmental Science &
Lanno, R. P., Oorts, K., Smolders, E., Albanese, K., & Chowdhury, M. J. (2019). Effects of soil properties on the toxicity and bioaccumulation of lead in soil invertebrates. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 38(7), 1486-1494. doi:10.1002/etc.4433
Whitzling, L., Wander, M., & Phillips, E. (2010;2016;). Testing and educating on urban soil lead: A case of chicago community gardens. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 1(2), 167-185. doi:10.5304/jafscd.2010.012.015
Filippelli, G., Adamic, J., Nichols, D., Shukle, J., & Frix, E. (2018). Mapping the urban lead exposome: A detailed analysis of soil metal concentrations at the household scale using citizen science. International Journal of Environmental Research and Pub
Entwistle, J. A., Amaibi, P. M., Dean, J. R., Deary, M. E., Medock, D., Morton, J., . . . Institutionen för samhällsbyggnad och naturresurser. (2019). An apple a day? assessing gardeners' lead exposure in urban agriculture sites to improve the derivation
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