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  1 Ambient water quality criteria for bacteria - 1986 {microform} / 1986
  2 Ambient water quality criteria for bacteria--1986 / 1986
  3 Assessment of disease rates among sewer workers in Copenhagen, Denmark / Herbert R. Pahren. 1978
  4 Assessment of disease rates among sewer workers in Copenhagen, Denmark Herbert R. Pahren. [microform] / 1978
  5 Cytochemical Methods for Assessing 'Giardia' Cyst Viability. 1987
  6 Diseases Caused by Water Contact. 1985
  7 Drinking Water Transmission of Giardiasis in the United States. 1986
  8 Encystation and Expression of Cyst Antigens by 'Giardia lamblia' In vitro. 1987
  9 Epidemiological study of gastrointestinal health effects of drinking water 2000
  10 Experimental Infection of Mongrel Dogs with 'Giardia lamblia' Cysts and Cultured Trophozoites. 1981
  11 Health effects criteria for fresh recreational waters / 1984
  12 Health effects criteria for marine recreational waters / 1983
  13 Health effects criteria for marine recreational waters [MICROFICHE] / 1983
  14 Health effects of a wastewater treatment system / 1978
  15 Human intestinal parasitic infections and environmental health factors in rural Egyptian communities : a report of the U. S.-Egyptian River Nile and Lake Nasser Research Project / 1980
  16 Investigation of selected correlations between industrial activity and community disease / 1978
  17 Outbreak of Waterborne Giardiasis Associated with Heavy Water Runoff Due to Warm Weather and Volcanic Ashfall. 1983
  18 Prospective Epidemiological Study of Enteric Disease Transmission Associated with Sprinkler Irrigation with Wastewater: An Overview. 1987
  19 Sanitary-Virological Characteristics of the Sewage in Certain Municipal Sewage Systems of Uzbek SSR (Sanitarno-Virusologicheskaya Kharakteristika Stochnykh vod Nekotorykh Gorodskikh Kanalizatsii Uzbekskoi SSR). 1972
  20 Sleisenger & Fordtran's gastrointestinal and liver disease : pathophysiology, diagnosis, management / 2002
  21 Small Rodents and Other Mammals Associated with Mountain Meadows as Reservoirs of 'Geardia' spp. and 'Campylobacter' spp. 1987
  22 Socio-Economic Factors Related to the Incidence of a Water-Borne Disease. 1970
  23 Statistics of Waterborne Outbreaks in the United States, 1920-80. 1984
  24 Studies of Waterborne Agents of Viral Gastroenteritis Project Summary 1983
  25 Studies of waterborne agents of viral gastroenteritis {microform} / 1983
  26 Thrasher International Conference on Pediatric Enteric Infections 1986
  27 Toxicological review of beryllium and compounds (CAS No. 7440-41-7) in support of summary information on the Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) / {microform} : 1998
  28 Transmission of Enteric Disease Associated with Wastewater Irrigation: A Prospective Epidemiological Study. 1989
  29 Types and Effects of Microbial Contamination of Groundwater. 1989
  30 Viral Gastroenteritis. 1984
  31 Waterborne Disease in Colorado: Three Year Surveillance and 18 Outbreaks. 1985
  32 Waterborne disease outbreaks : selected reprints of articles on epidemiology, surveillance, investigation, and laboratory analysis / 1990
  33 Waterborne disease outbreaks : selected reprints of articles on epidemiology, surveillance, investigation, and laboratory analysis {microform} / 1990
  34 Waterborne Giardiasis in the United States 1965-1984. 1986
  35 Waterborne Giardiasis: A Communitywide Outbreak of Disease and a High Rate of Asymptomatic Infection. 1980
  36 Waterborne Outbreaks of Giardiasis: Why They Happen, How to Prevent Them. 1988



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