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  1 A multiple-tracer approach for identifying sewage sources to an urban stream system / 2007
  2 A virus-in-water study of finished water from six communities / 1975
  3 Antibiotic-resistant fecal bacteria, antibiotics, and mercury in surface waters of Oakland County, Michigan, 2005-2006 {electronic resource} / 2007
  4 Assay of Beta-Glucuronidase in Non-coli Escherichia Using EC-Mug Medium and the Colilert (Trade Name) System. 1990
  5 Automated Biochemical Identification of Bacterial Fish Pathogens Using the Abbott Quantum II. 1989
  6 Autothermal Thermophilic Aerobic Digestion in the Federal Republic of Germany. 1985
  7 Bacteria attached to granular activated carbon filters in drinking water / 1987
  8 Bacteria attached to granular activated carbon filters in drinking water Gordon A. McFeters, et al. {microform} / 1987
  9 Bactericidal effects of algae on enteric organisms, 1970
  10 Bactericidal Effects of Algae on Enteric Organisms. 1970
  11 Bioassay Procedures for Predicting Coliform Bacterial Growth in Drinking Water. 1990
  12 Comparative Study of the Benthic Microbial Biota in Some Coastal Areas of Puerto Rico. 1972
  13 Comparison and continuous estimates of fecal coliform and escherichia coli bacteria in selected Kansas streams, May 1999 through April 2002 2003
  14 Composite sampling for detection of coliform bacteria in water supply : project summary / 1990
  15 Composite sampling for detection of coliform bacteria in water supply {microform} / 1990
  16 Destruction of Enteric Bacteria and Viruses during Two-Phase Digestion. 1989
  17 Discussion Summary: Application of Biotechnology to the Systematics and Monitoring of Biocontrol Agents. 1989
  18 Drinking Water Subcommittee review of the scientific bases of proposed rules for surface water treatment and coliforms [electronic resource]. 1988
  19 Effect of Lindane on Intestinal Nitroreductase, Azoreductase, SS-Glucuronidase, Dechlorinase, and Dehydrochlorinase Activity. 1990
  20 Effect of particulates on ozone disinfection of bacteria and viruses in water / 1979
  21 Effects and interactions of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) with estuarine microorganisms and shellfish / 1977
  22 Engineering Aspects of Waterborne Disease Outbreak Investigations. 1993
  23 Evaluation of selected DNA-based technology in impaired watersheds impacted by fecal contamination from diverse sources [electronic resource] / 2007
  24 Everyone Can't Live Upstream. A Contemporary History of the Water Quality Problems on the Missouri River (Sioux City, Iowa to Hermann, Missouri). 1971
  25 Fate and transport of manure-borne pathogenic microorganisms ... annual report [electronic resource]. 2006
  26 Feasibility of fast-response testing for coliform bacteria in distribution systems / 2002
  27 Fecal coliform TMDL modeling report : Cottonwood Creek Watershed, Idaho county, Idaho / 2000
  28 Fecal Indicator Bacteria Persistence Under Natural Conditions in an Ice-Covered River. 1976
  29 Fecal-coliform bacteria concentrations in streams of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, May-October 1994 and 1995 2000
  30 Fecal-coliform bacteria concentrations in streams of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, May-October 1994 and 1995 [electronic resource] / 2000
  31 Fecal-indicator bacteria and escherichia coli pathogen data collected near a novel sub-irrigation water-treatment system in Lenawee County, Michigan, June-November 2007 {electronic resource} / 2008
  32 Fecal-indicator bacteria in the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers, and selected tributaries, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 2001-2005 2006
  33 Fecal-indicator bacteria in the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July-September 2001 2004
  34 Historical trends and concentrations of fecal coliform bacteria in the Brandywine Creek basin, Chester County, Pennsylvania [electronic resource] / 2001
  35 Identification of Enterobacteriaceae 1972
  36 Identification of Enterobacteriaceae, 1962
  37 Identification of fecal indicator bacteria isolates from an ice-covered river / 1979
  38 Implementation guidance for ambient water quality criteria for bacteria / 2002
  39 Implementation guidance for ambient water quality criteria for bacteria / 2002
  40 In vitro microbiological mutagenecity and unscheduled DNA synthesis studies of eighteen pesticides / 1979
  41 Metabolism of 1-Nitropyrene by Human, Rat, and Mouse Intestinal Flora: Mutagenicity of Isolated Metabolites by Direct Analysis of HPLC Fractions with a Microsuspension Reverse Mutation Assay. 1990
  42 Microbial source tracking guide document 2005
  43 Microbiological methods for monitoring the environment : water and wastes / 1978
  44 Microorganisms in Municipal Solid Waste and Public Health Implications. 1987
  45 Multi-disciplinary approach to trace contamination of streams and beaches {electronic resource}. 2008
  46 Multiple-tracer approach for identifying sewage sources to an urban stream system {electronic resource} / 2007
  47 North Creek watershed : total maximum daily load evaluation for fecal coliform bacteria / 2001
  48 Novel Method for Studying the Public Health Significance of Macroinvertebrates Occurring in Potable Water. 1984
  49 Occurrence of fecal-indicator bacteria and protocols for identification of fecal-contamination sources in selected reaches of the West Branch Brandywine Creek, Chester County, Pennsylvania {electronic resource} / 2005
  50 Occurrence, Significance, and Detection of 'Klebsiella' in Water Systems. 1987
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