Where Does Waterborne Giardiasis Occur, and Why?

Epidemiology of Giardiases

Identifying Giardia lamblia by Immunoflorescence

Removal of Giardia Cysts by Filtration

Health Effect Concerns of Air Stripping Facilities

Progress Report of the Task Committee on Radiation in Engineering

Disinfection and the Control of Waterborne Giardiasis

The Incidence, Monitoring, and Treatment of Viruses in Water Supply Systems
A State-of-the Art Review
Two areas of growing concern in water treatment and public health are the potential for spread of viruses by water routes and the adequacy of current treatment and disinfection practices...

Rapid Detection of Genotoxic Chemicals in the Environment

Rapid Sand Filtration of Giardia Cysts

Environmental Aspects of Legionnaires' Disease

Effect of Bathers on the Bacterial Density of Water

Evidence for an Association Between a Public Water Supply and the Community's Congenital Malformation Rate

Groundwater Contamination with Creosote Wastes

Epidemiological Approach to Hazardous Waste Management

Water Quality and Wildland Resource Management

Toxic Chemicals in New Jersey's Environment: Cancer Link—
New Jersey has one of the highest cancer rates in the United States. It is also second in manufacture of chemicals. How are toxic chemicals getting into the New Jersey environment — its...

Disease Diagnosis from Arterial Pressure Waveforms

Effects of Supersaturation on Fish

Environmental Epidemiology and Sanitation
This paper reviews the key variables determining the transmission of excreta-related diseases, sets out an environmental rather than biological classification of these infections, and...





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