Journal of Water and Health papers highly cited in 2020

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TOP cited in 2020 among papers published in 2020

Detection of Acanthamoeba spp. in two major water reservoirs in the Philippines
Giovanni Milanez; Frederick Masangkay; Frieda Hapan; Thea Bencito; Marcus Lopez; Jeffrey Soriano; Abdee Ascaño; Louella Lizarondo; Joseph Santiago; Voravuth Somsak Manas Kotepui; Amalia Tsiami; Jitbanjong Tangpong; Panagiotis Karanis
J Water Health (2020) 18 (2): 118–126.

Fate of Ascaris at various pH, temperature and moisture levels
Jenna Senecal; Annika Nordin; Björn Vinnerås
J Water Health (2020) 18 (3): 375–382.

Monitoring the lead-and-copper rule with a water-gated field effect transistor
Zahrah Alqahtani; Nawal Alghamdi; Martin Grell
J Water Health (2020) 18 (2): 159–171.

Physico-chemical and bacteriological quality of groundwater in a rural area of Western Niger: a case study of Bonkoukou
Hassane Adamou; Boubacar Ibrahim; Seyni Salack; Rabani Adamou; Safietou Sanfo; Stefan Liersch
J Water Health (2020) 18 (1): 77–90.

Occurrence of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in river water and sediment of the Mahakam River
Tony Hadibarata; Risky Ayu Kristanti; Ahmed Hossam Mahmoud
J Water Health (2020) 18 (1): 38–47.

Environmental monitoring of Aichi virus and human bocavirus in samples from wastewater treatment plant, drain, and River Nile in Egypt
Mohamed N. F. Shaheen; Sahar E. Abd El-Daim; Nehal I. Ahmed; Elmahdy M. Elmahdy
J Water Health (2020) 18 (1): 30–37.

Selecting rep-PCR markers to source track fecal contamination in Laguna Lake, Philippines
Kevin L. Labrador; Mae Ashley G. Nacario; Gicelle T. Malajacan; Joseth Jermaine M. Abello; Luiza H. Galarion; Christopher Rensing; Windell L. Rivera
J Water Health (2020) 18 (1): 19–29.

TOP cited in 2020 among papers published in 2019

6 times cited
Survey of US wastewater for carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae
Jill Hoelle; James R. Johnson; Brian D. Johnston; Brian Kinkle; Laura Boczek; Hodon Ryu; Sam Hayes
J Water Health (2019) 17 (2): 219–226.

5 times cited
Molecular analysis of Blastocystis sp. and its subtypes from treated wastewater routinely used for irrigation of vegetable farmlands in Iran
Ehsan Javanmard; Hanieh Mohammad Rahimi; Maryam Niyyati; Hamid Asadzadeh Aghdaei; Meysam Sharifdini; Hamed Mirjalali; Mohammad Reza Zali; Panagiotis Karanis
J Water Health (2019) 17 (5): 837–844.

5 times cited
Optimization of Hg(II) adsorption on bio-apatite based materials using CCD-RSM design: characterization and mechanism studies
Mohammad Javad Amiri; Mehdi Bahrami; Farideh Dehkhodaie
J Water Health (2019) 17 (4): 556–567.

5 times cited
Understanding lead in water and avoidance strategies: a United States perspective for informed decision-making
Kelsey J. Pieper; Adrienne Katner; Rebecca Kriss; Min Tang; Marc A. Edwards
J Water Health (2019) 17 (4): 540–555.

TOP3 cited in 2020 among papers published in 2018 and 2019

16 times cited
A systematic literature review of the enabling environment elements to improve implementation of water safety plans in high-income countries
Rachel Baum; Jamie Bartram
J Water Health (2018) 16 (1): 14–24.

8 times cited
Arsenic, cadmium, lead, and chromium in well water, rice, and human urine in Sri Lanka in relation to chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology
H. M. Ayala S. Herath; Tomonori Kawakami; Shiori Nagasawa; Yuka Serikawa; Ayuri Motoyama; G. G. Tushara Chaminda; S. K. Weragoda; S. K. Yatigammana; A. A. G. D. Amarasooriya
J Water Health (2018) 16 (2): 212–222.

7 times cited
Evaluation of a most probable number method for the enumeration of Legionella pneumophila from North American potable and nonpotable water samples
Ray Petrisek; Jonathon Hall
J Water Health (2018) 16 (1): 25–33.

TOP3 cited in 2020

30 times cited
Waterborne transmission of protozoan parasites: A worldwide review of outbreaks and lessons learnt
Panagiotis Karanis ; Christina Kourenti ; Huw Smith
J Water Health (2007) 5 (1): 1–38.

22 times cited
Are microbial indicators and pathogens correlated? A statistical analysis of 40 years of research
J. Wu ; S. C. Long ; D. Das ; S. M. Dorner
J Water Health (2011) 9 (2): 265–278.

15 times cited
Mycobacterium avium in a shower linked to pulmonary disease
Joseph O. Falkinham, III; Michael D. Iseman; Petra de Haas; Dick van Soolingen
J Water Health (2008) 6 (2): 209–213.

Counted by Dr. Mohan AMARASIRI, Kitasato University, Japan, based on Web of Science

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