During the course of Hatfield’s ongoing Agent Orange/Dioxin studies in Viet Nam, we have come across a variety of useful and informative references. Below, we provide a sample of resources that we have found useful.
Ford Foundation Agent Orange/Dioxin program information
- The Agent Orange Record – A project of the War Legacies Project about the ongoing health and environmental impacts of the use of Agent Orange, and other dioxin-contaminated herbicides used during the Vietnam war and in other areas of the world.
- The Vietnam Reporting Project – A journalism fellowship program designed to produce multimedia news coverage on the enduring environmental and health consequences of Agent Orange contamination in Vietnam.
- Danish Vietnamese Association (DVA) information, links, and documents about Agent Orange
- Advocacy and Exchange Program on Agent Orange – The Aspen Institute
- Dioxin NZ Information on Dioxins – New Zealand Chemically Exposed Paritutu Residents Association
- Agent Orange information from the Vermont based War Legacies Project
- Operation Ranch Hand (Thomas Pilsch)
- USAF Ranch Hand Herb Tapes, Herbicide Amounts from August 1965
- Agent Orange Talking Paper #1 by Gary D. Moore
- Health of Veterans and Deployed Forces – Institute of Medicine (Viet Nam War)
- Chemicals used in military operations during the Viet Nam war
- Vietnam Veterans of America
- US Environmental Protection Agency – dioxin assessment
- The Virtual Vietnam Archive; Texas Tech University
- Toxicological profile for dioxins
- US Department of Veterans Affairs – Agent Orange: Diseases, Fact Sheets, Briefs, Newsletters, etc.
- Agent Orange related illnesses – Main
- Agent Orange related illnesses – Descriptions of Conditions
- Fund For Reconciliation and Development – Extensive information on Agent Orange