Journal of Water and Health, August 2018, Vol. 16, Issue 4


Use of bacterial spores in monitoring water quality and treatment
Gerard N. Stelma, Jr
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 491-500.

Clostridium perfringens identifies source of pollution and reference streams in a tropical highland environment
Douglas Mushi
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 501-507.

A gastroenteritis outbreak associated with drinking water in a college in northwest China
Lixia Zhang, Xiu’E Li, Rui Wu, Hailong Chen, Jifeng Liu, Zengguo Wang, Yuan Xing, Hafiz Muhammad Ishaq, Jingjun Wang, Pengbo Yu, Jiru Xu, Chaofeng Ma
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 508-515.

Campylobacter in recreational lake water in southern Quebec, Canada: presence, concentration, and association with precipitation and ruminant farm proximity
Rebecca A. Guy, Julie Arsenault, Serge Olivier Kotchi, Maxime Gosselin-Théberge, Marie-Josée Champagne, Philippe Berthiaume
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 516-529.

Multi-objective optimization of ciprofloxacin antibiotic removal from an aqueous phase with grey taguchi method
M. Salari, G. R. Rakhshandehroo, M. R. Nikoo
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 530-541.

Uranium natural levels in soil, rock and water: assessment of the quality of drinking water in Singida Urban District, Tanzania
S. J. Kaishwa, E. M. Marwa, J. J. Msaky, W. N. Mwakalasya
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 542-548.

Water quality modelling: microbial risks associated with manure on pasture and arable land
Ekaterina Sokolova, Göran Lindström, Charlotta Pers, Johan Strömqvist, Susanna Sternberg Lewerin, Helene Wahlström, Kaisa Sörén
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 549-561.

Is the default of 2 liters for daily per-capita water consumption appropriate? A nationwide survey reveals water intake in Japan
Koichi Ohno, Mari Asami, Yoshihiko Matsui
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 562-573.

Hydrogeochemistry, water quality and health risk assessment of water resources contaminated by agricultural activities in Korkuteli (Antalya, Turkey) district center
Simge Varol, Mediha Şekerci
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 574-599.

Coagulant residues’ influence on virus enumeration as shown in a study on virus removal using aluminium, zirconium and chitosan
Ekaterina Christensen, Mette Myrmel
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 600-613.

Performance evaluation of waste stabilization ponds on removal of Listeria spp.: a case study of Isfahan, Iran
Atefeh Taherkhani, Hossein Movahedyan Attar, Seyyed Abbas Mirzaee, Mehdi Ahmadmoazzam, Neemat Jaafarzadeh, Faeze Hashemi, Mohammad Jalali
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 614-621.

Hydrogeochemistry and lead contamination of groundwater in the north part of Esfahan province, Iran
Kaveh Pazand, Davoud Khosravi, Mohammad Reza Ghaderi, Mohammad Reza Rezvanianzadeh
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 622-634.

Investigation of estrogen activity in the raw and treated waters of riverbank infiltration using a yeast estrogen screen and chemical analysis
Judit Plutzer, Péter Avar, Dóra Keresztes, Zsófia Sári, Ildikó Kiss-Szarvák, Márta Vargha, Gábor Maász, Zsolt Pirger
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 635-645.

Sachet water quality and product registration: a cross-sectional study in Accra, Ghana
M. Dzodzomenyo, G. Fink, W. Dotse-Gborgbortsi, N. Wardrop, G. Aryeetey, N. Coleman, A. Hill, J. Wright
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 646-656.

Molecular detection of Toxoplasma gondii in natural surface water bodies in Poland
M. Adamska
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 657-660.

Access to drinking water: time matters
A. Cassivi, R. Johnston, E. O. D. Waygood, C. C. Dorea
J Water Health (2018) 16 (4): 661-666.

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