Longitudinal SARS-CoV-2 RNA wastewater monitoring across a range of scales correlates with total and regional COVID-19 burden in a well-defined urban population

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Water Research, Volume 220, 15 July 2022, 118611.

Nicole Acosta, María A. Bautista, Barbara J. Waddell, Janine McCalder, Alexander Buchner Beaudet, Lawrence Man, Puja Pradhan, Navid Sedaghat, Chloe Papparis, Andra Bacanu, Jordan Hollman, Alexander Krusina, Danielle A. Southern, Tyler Williamson, Carmen Li, Srijak Bhatnagar, Sean Murphy, Jianwei Chen, Darina Kuzma, Rhonda Clark, Jon Meddings, Jia Hu, Jason L. Cabaj, John M. Conly, Xiaotian Dai, Xuewen Lu, Thierry Chekouo, Norma J. Ruecker, Gopal Achari, M. Cathryn Ryan, Kevin Frankowski, Casey R. J. Hubert, Michael D. Parkins


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