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Controlling Arsenic and Other Contaminants by Point-of-Use Treatment.
Controlling Arsenic, Fluoride, and Uranium by Point-of-Use Treatment.
Copper-Induced Corrosion of Galvanized Steel Pipe.
Cryptosporidium and the Milwaukee Incident.
Cryptosporidium: The Milwaukee Experience and Relevant Research.
Drinking Water Treatment Using Slow Sand Filtration.
Effect of Aggregation on 'Vibrio cholerae' Inactivation.
Engineering Aspects of Waterborne Disease Outbreak Investigations.
Field Experience with Point-of-Use Treatment Systems for Arsenic Removal.
Incinerator overfire mixing demonstration /
Integrating Dispersion Modeling, Receptor Modeling and Air Monitoring to Apportion Incinerator Impacts for Exposure Assessment.
Low-cost/low-technology aeration techniques for removing radon from drinking water /
Methodology to Apportion Ambient Air Measurements to Investigate Potential Effects on Air Quality Near Waste Incinerators.
Milwaukee Cryptosporidiosis Outbreak: Investigation and Recommendations.
Pilot-Plant Studies of Slow-Rate Filtration.
Prevention of Waterborne Cholera in the United States.
Searching for a Water Supply Connection in the Cabool, Missouri Disease Outbreak of 'Escherichia coli' 0157:H7.
Slow Sand Filtration for Drinking Water Treatment: U.S. Experience.
Slow Sand Filtration in the United States.
Use of Receptor and Dispersion Modeling Principles in Assessing Pre-and Post-Abatement Conditions of an Emission Source.
Vibrio cholerae 01 Can Assume a 'Rugose' Survival Form That Resists Killing by Chlorine, Yet Retains Virulence.
Water Treatment Pilot Plant Design Manual: Low Flow Conventional/Direct Filtration Water Treatment Plant for Drinking Water Treatment Studies.
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