PhD position offer from Yinyin Ye

The research group of Prof. Yinyin Ye, in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering at the University of Buffalo has an opening for fully funded PhD potion in environmental virology. Interested individuals should contact Dr. Yinyin Ye directly at along with a CV, GRE and TOEFL scores, and transcript.

Journal of Water and Health, February 2021, Vol. 19, Issue 1

SARS-CoV-2 sewage surveillance in low-income countries: potential and challenges
Juliana Calabria de Araujo ; Savia Gavazza ; Thiago Lima Leao ; Lourdinha Florencio ; Hernande Pereira da Silva ; Jones de Oliveira Albuquerque ; Maria Alice de Lira Borges ; Rayanna Barroso de Oliveira Alves ; Rosner Henrique Alves Rodrigues ; Eric Bem dos Santos
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 1–19.

A systematic review of microorganisms as indicators of recreational water quality in natural and drinking water systems
José Luis Lugo ; Elkyn Rafael Lugo ; Mario de la Puente
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 20–28.

Efficiency evaluation of sewage treatment technologies: implications on aquatic ecosystem health
Umara Qayoom ; Sami Ullah Bhat ; Irfan Ahmad
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 29–46.

Efficiency evaluation of sewage treatment technologies: implications on aquatic ecosystem health
Umara Qayoom ; Sami Ullah Bhat ; Irfan Ahmad
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 29–46.

Applicability of infectivity assay for the quantification of infectious human adenovirus genotype 5 in UV-irradiated wastewater
Surapong Rattanakul ; Kumiko Oguma
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 67–78.

Quantification of microplastics by count, size and morphology in beverage containers using Nile Red and ImageJ
Shujuan Chen ; Yue Li ; Christopher Mawhorter ; Saamon Legoski
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 79–88.

Shungite application for treatment of drinking water – is it the right choice?
Inga Jurgelane ; Janis Locs
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 89–96.

Potential health risk assessment related to arsenic pollution and hydrogeochemistry of groundwaters in Akşehir and surroundings (Konya/Turkey)
Simge Varol
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 97–107.

Assessment of immunohematological, hematological and biochemical responses in cultivable fish Cyprinus carpio exposed to an antibiotic sulfamethoxazole (SMX)
Nazish Iftikhar ; Imran Hashmi
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 108–119.

The status of freshwater and reused treated wastewater for agricultural irrigation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
Hilmi S. Salem ; Yohannes Yihdego ; Hadi Hamaaziz Muhammed
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 120–158.

Trend in river water quality: tracking the overall impacts of climate change and human activities on water quality in the Dez River Basin
Nariman Mahmoodi ; Khaled Osati ; Ali Salajegheh ; Mohsen Mohseni Saravi
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 159–173.

Association between exposure to drinking water disinfection byproducts and adverse pregnancy outcomes in South Africa
Funanani Mashau ; Esper Jacobeth Ncube ; Kuku Voyi
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 174–189.

Photolysis of sodium chloride and sodium hypochlorite by ultraviolet light inactivates the trophozoites and cysts of Acanthamoeba castellanii in the water matrix
Beni J. M. Chaúque ; Marilise B. Rott
J Water Health (2021) 19 (1): 190–202.

Tenure Track Faculty Position offer from Tamar Kohn

The EPFL School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC) invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor of Environmental Resource Biorecovery, located within the Institute of Environmental Engineering (Institut d’ingénierie de l’environnement, IIE).

You can find details from the following link: