Journal of Water and Health, October 2018, Vol. 16, Issue 5


A review of potential factors contributing to epidemic cholera in Yemen
Adel Al-Gheethi, Efaq Noman, Bala Jeremiah David, Radin Mohamed, Abd. Halid Abdullah, Sasitharan Nagapan, Amir Hashim Mohd
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 667-680.

Natural organic matter as precursor to disinfection byproducts and its removal using conventional and advanced processes: state of the art review
Surbhi Tak, Bhanu Prakash Vellanki
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 681-703.

Sick leave due to diarrhea caused by contamination of drinking water supply with Cryptosporidium hominis in Sweden: a retrospective study
Frida Ridderstedt, Micael Widerström, Johan Lindh, Mikael Lilja
J Water Health (2017) 16 (5): 704-710.

Categorical performance characteristics of method ISO 7899-2 and indicator value of intestinal enterococci for bathing water quality monitoring
Ananda Tiwari, Anna-Maria Hokajärvi, Jorge W. Santo Domingo, Ari Kauppinen Michael, Elk, Hodon Ryu, Balamuralikrishna Jayaprakash, Tarja Pitkänen
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 711-723.

Association of water quality with soil-transmitted helminthiasis and diarrhea in Nueva Santa Rosa, Guatemala, 2010
Almea Matanock, Xin Lu, Gordana Derado, Victoria M. Cuéllar, Patricia Juliao, Maricruz Alvarez, Beatriz López, Fredy Muñoz, Andrew Thornton, Jaymin C. Patel, Gerard Lopez, Lissette Reyes, Wences Arvelo, Anna J. Blackstock, Kim A. Lindblade, Sharon L. Roy
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 724-736.

Assessment of the parasitological quality of water stored in private cisterns in rural areas of Tunisia
Layla Ben Ayed, Khaoula Belhassen, Sonia Sabbahi, Panagiotis Karanis, Issam Nouiri
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 737-749.

Computational fluid dynamics analysis of the hydraulic (filtration) efficiency of a residential swimming pool
J. Zhang, N. Sinha, M. Ross, A. E. Tejada-Martínez
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 750-761.

Faecal contamination in public pools in Barcelona province: Cryptosporidium spp. and bacterial indicators
M. Gracenea, S. Castaño, J. Méndez, F. Lucena, M. S. Gómez
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 762-772.

Photocatalytic degradation of reactive black 5 on the surface of tin oxide microrods
Shanza Rauf Khan, Muhammad Umar Khalid, Saba Jamil, Songnan Li, Aiman Mujahid, Muhammad Ramzan Saeed Ashraf Janjua
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 773-781.

Contamination of arsenic, manganese and coliform bacteria in groundwater at Kushtia District, Bangladesh: human health vulnerabilities
Aminur Rahman, Hafezur Rahaman
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 782-795.

Ultraviolet A and B wavelength-dependent inactivation of viruses and bacteria in the water
E. G. Mbonimpa, E. R. Blatchley, III, B. Applegate, W. F. Harper, Jr
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 796-806.

Isolation and molecular identification of Acanthamoeba spp. from hot springs in Mazandaran province, northern Iran
Samira Dodangeh, Elham Kialashaki, Ahmad Daryani, Mehdi Sharif, Shahabeddin Sarvi, Yusef Dadi Moghaddam, Seyed Abdollah Hosseini
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 807-813.

Preparation, adsorptive properties and chemical regeneration studies of high-porous activated carbon derived from Platanus orientalis leaves for Cr(VI) removal
Xiaowei Liu, Lihui Huang, Lisha Wang, Chuang Wang, Xueyuan Wu, Guihua Dong, Yangyang Liu
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 814-826.

Drinking water in West Virginia (USA): tap water or bottled water – what is the right choice for college students?
Jonas Germain Levêque, Robert Clyde Burns
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 827-838.

Monitoring levels of viable Helicobacter pylori in surface water by qPCR in Northeast Spain
Claudia Patricia Acosta, Francesc Codony, Mariana Fittipaldi, Carlos Hernán Sierra-Torres, Jordi Morató
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 839-845.

Degradation of rhodamine B with manganese dioxide nanorods
V. Sabna, Santosh G. Thampi, S. Chandrakaran
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 846-856.

Molecular surveillance of Cryptosporidium and Giardia duodenalis in sludge and spent filter backwash water of a water treatment plant
Winni Alves Ladeia, Felippe Danyel Cardoso Martins, Camila Fernanda Rosolen e Silva, Roberta Lemos Freire
J Water Health (2018) 16 (5): 857-860.

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