Hatfield Agent Orange Reports and Presentations

The following Hatfield reports from 1997 to the present are available for download.

Environmental and Human Health Assessment of Dioxin Contamination at Bien Hoa Airbase, Viet Nam

August 2011

Comprehensive Assessment of Dioxin Contamination in Da Nang Airport, Viet Nam: Environmental Levels, Human Exposure and Options for Mitigating Impacts
November 2009

Evaluation Of Contamination At The Agent Orange Dioxin Hot Spots In Bien Hoa, Phu Cat And Vicinity, Viet Nam
June 2009

Assessment of Dioxin Contamination in the Environment and Human Population in the Vicinity of Da Nang Airbase, Viet Nam – Report 3: Study Summary
April 2007

Identification of New Agent Orange / Dioxin Contamination Hot Spots in Southern Viet Nam
January 2006

Development of Methodologies and Technology for Supporting Clearance of Landmines and Unexploded Ordnance in Viet Nam
January 2003

Preliminary Assessment of Environmental Contamination in Gio Linh, Quang Tri, Viet Nam
May 2000

Development of Impact Mitigation Strategies Related to the use of Agent Orange Herbicide in the Aluoi Valley, Viet Nam
April 2000

Preliminary Assessment Of Environmental Impacts Related To Spraying Of Agent Orange Herbicide During The Viet Nam War
January 1998

Using Radarsat Imagery To Assess Residual Environmental Effects Of The Viet Nam War
June 1997

Hatfield Presentations and Papers:

Agent Orange Dioxin Contamination In The Environment And Human Population In The Vicinity Of Da Nang Airbase, Viet Nam” (PDF, 33KB) – paper presented at Dioxin 2007, Japan

“The Agent Orange Dioxin Issue in Viet Nam: A Manageable Problem” (PDF, 147KB) – paper presented at Dioxin 2006, Oslo, Norway

“Dioxin hot spots in Viet Nam” (PDF, 158KB) – Published in Chemosphere 60 (2005)

“Agent Orange/Dioxin Hot Spots – A Legacy of U.S. Military Bases in Southern Viet Nam” (PDF, 723KB) – Overview paper on Hatfield’s Agent Orange studies in Viet Nam presented by Dr. Wayne Dwernychuk from 2002-2005

A brief overview of Agent Orange (PDF, 131KB) – a 2005 summary document

“The extent and patterns of usage of Agent Orange and other herbicides in Vietnam” (PDF, 104KB) by Dr. Jeanne Mager Stellman et al. in Nature (2003). Dr. Wayne Dwernychuk of Hatfield Consultants provides comments on this informative paper.

Dioxin reservoirs in southern Viet Nam – a legacy of Agent Orange (PDF, 1.4MB) – published in Chemosphere 47 (2002). The manuscript summarizes Hatfield investigations in the Aluoi Valley from 1994 through 2000.

Agent Orange Reports by Other Organizations

Environmental Assessment of Dioxin Contamination at Bien Hoa Airbase (PDF, 28.5MB) – Prepared by USAID with support from Hatfield Consultants, May 2016.

Agent Orange Primer 2008 (PDF, 102KB) – A Review of the Conditions and Benefits Linked to Agent Orange Exposure; Editor: Bob Kozel

Institute of Medicine Update 2006 Findings for Herbicides and Diseases in Viet Nam (PDF, 122KB)

Reports on the testing of Agent Orange at the Canadian Forces Base Gagetown in New Brunswick in 1966 (PDF, 1.2MB) and 1967 (PDF, 242KB)

Aerial herbicide spray missions in southern Viet Nam, 1965-1971 (PDF, 171KB) (Source: US Dept. of the Army)

Aerial bombing coordinate data for Viet Nam, Lao PDR and Cambodia (PDF, 1.3MB)

The Stockholm Declaration – On the long-term consequences of war in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam (PDF, 181KB) (Stockholm, Sweden, 2002)

Environmental Conference on Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam (July 2002) (HTML, viewable online) – reports on ecosystems, public health, ethics/law/policy, and additional information (http://www.nnn.se/vietnam/environ.htm)

“The History of Agent Orange Use in Vietnam an Historical Overview from the Veteran’s Perspective” (PDF, 245KB) by Paul L. Sutton, National Chairman Agent Orange/Dioxin Committee Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc. Silver Spring, Maryland, USA

Declassified report by Admiral E.R. Zumwalt, Jr.: “Report to the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs on the association between adverse health effects and exposure to Agent Orange” (PDF, 240KB)

List of diseases currently recognized by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as related to herbicide exposure (PDF, 130KB)

“Locations of Herbicide Use – Listing of the use, testing or storage of Agent Orange, Agent Blue, Agent Purple, Agent White or other herbicides which contain dioxin.” (PDF, 43KB) – Source: Congressman Evans News Release 9 May 2003

Agent Orange in Laos and Cambodia: Documentary Evidence (HTML, viewable online) by Andrew Wells-Dang (http://www.ffrd.org/indochina/summer02news.html#ao)

Excerpt from “Landmine Monitoring Report 2003 – Vietnam” (November 2003)