Journal of Water and Health, Volume 21, Issue 4, 1 April 2023


Endocrine-disrupting substances: I. Relative risks of PFAS in drinking water
Francisco Alberto Tomei Torres; Susan J. Masten
J Water Health (2023) 21 (4): 451–462.

A combined treatment system of O3/UV oxidation and activated carbon adsorption: emerging contaminants in hospital wastewater
Erfan Nabavi; Kasra Pourrostami Niavol; Ghorban Ali Dezvareh; Ahmad Khodadadi Darban
J Water Health (2023) 21 (4): 463–490.

HABs Karenia brevis and Pseudo-nitzschia pre- and post-Hurricane Michael
Josh Alarcon; Lauren Ward; Ke Pan; Elaina Gonsoroski; Christopher K. Uejio; Leslie Beitsch; Maureen Y. Lichtveld; Emily W. Harville; Samendra Sherchan
J Water Health (2023) 21 (4): 491–500.

Carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic risk assessment of exposure to trace elements in groundwater resources of Sari city, Iran
Hadi Niknejad; Alireza Ala; Fatemeh Ahmadi; Hamed Mahmoodi; Reza Saeedi; Fathollah Gholami-Borujeni; Mehrnoosh Abtahi
J Water Health (2023) 21 (4): 501–513.

Frequency and degradation of SARS-CoV-2 markers N1, N2, and E in sewage
John J. Hart; Megan N. Jamison; James N. McNair; David C. Szlag
J Water Health (2023) 21 (4): 514–524.

Spatial and socioeconomic inequalities in the access to safe drinking water in Peruvian households
Ali Al-kassab-Córdova; Claudia Silva-Perez; Pamela Robles-Valcarcel; Guido Bendezu-Quispe; Amado Insfrán Ortiz; Vicente A. Benites-Zapata
J Water Health (2023) 21 (4): 525–535.

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