Bisarya, R.k., and Swaraj Puri. "The Bhopal Gas Tragedy—A Perspective."Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 18.4-6 (2005): 209-12. Web.
This article gave an inner insight into the tragedy since it is written by the then Mayor and Chief of Police of Bhopal. They narrate the story, the major happenings and relief measures provided to the people.
Kapoor, Renu. "The Psychosocial Consequences of an Environmental Disaster: Selected Case Studies of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy."Population and Environment 13.3 (1992): 209-15. Web.
This article reveals the impact of the disaster on the society through selected case studies. The studies revealed that it had an impact on interfamilial relationships. While in some households, the social status of women has gone up making them the only source of earning a living, in others women are ill-treated by their families and spouses.
Mishra, Pradyumna K., Ravindra M. Samarth, Neelam Pathak, Subodh K. Jain, Smita Banerjee, and Kewal K. Maudar. "Bhopal Gas Tragedy: Review of Clinical and Experimental Findings after 25 Years."International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health 22.3 (2009): 193-202. Web.
This article analysed the effects and mechanisms of methyl isocyanate and its toxicity on the health of the survivors. The studies revealed that the victims and their families have suffered from various chronic diseases which have been passed on through generations. The studies uncover unique abnormalities which have stimulated efforts to develop newer diagnostic strategies and treatments.
Singh, M.p., and S. Ghosh. "Bhopal Gas Tragedy: Model Simulation of the Dispersion Scenario." Journal of Hazardous Materials 17.1 (1987): 1-22. Web.
This article presents the various aspects of the gas disaster including the physiochemical properties of MIC, its biological activity and probable causes of the leak. It also analyses the role of meteorology and topography with regard to the dispersion of the gas.
Shrivastav, R. "Bhopal Gas Disaster: Review on Health Effects of Methyl Isocyanate." Research Journal of Environmental Sciences 5.2 (2011): 150-56. Web.
This article reviews the health effects of the gas disaster which has helped highlight some serious diseases and led scientists to address this problem better.
Dhara, V. Ramana, and Rosaline Dhara. "The Union Carbide Disaster in Bhopal: A Review of Health Effects." Archives of Environmental Health: An International Journal 57.5 (2002): 391-404. Web.
This article studied the major health effects of the gas leak over short term as well as long term. It also analysed mortality rates over time and suggested long-term monitoring to avoid spreading the diseases.
Dinham, B., and S. Sarangi. "The Bhopal Gas Tragedy 1984 To? The Evasion of Corporate Responsibility." Environment and Urbanization14.1 (2002): 89-99. Web.
This article analyses the inadequacy of responses by the Union Carbide Corporation to the gas leak. It reviews the lack of concern shown, the mere compensation given to the people and the underestimation of heath effects on the victims.
Sriramachari, S. "Bhopal Gas Tragedy: Scientific Challenges and Lessons for Future." Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 18.4-6 (2005): 264-67. Web.
This article reviewed the chemical properties of methyl isocyanate in detail and its effects on the victims. It also provided an outline for a better laboratory management system to avoid incidents like this in the future.
Chouhan, T.r. "The Unfolding of Bhopal Disaster." Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 18.4-6 (2005): 205-08. Web.
This article is written by one of the employees of the Union Carbide factory then. It provides details from personal experiences about the cost cutting policies of the Corporation which led to the accident due to a series of major errors.
Lapierre, Dominique, and Javier Moro. Five past Midnight in Bhopal. New York, NY: Warner, 2002. Print.
This book provides an overall picture of the disaster through a story of rural immigrants. It consists of interviews of people and the aftermaths of the disaster.