Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 39 (1):34-40 (2011)
This essay examines the toxic legacy of American and Canadian sea disposal of mustard gas after World War II. Military ocean dumping of mustard gas and other chemical warfare material has created an enduring and global environmental and public health problem
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