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Assimilable Organic Carbon and Distribution System Quality. 1991
Bacterial Colonization of Point-of-Use Water Treatment Devices. 1985
Bacterial Dynamics in a Water Supply Reservoir: A Case Study. 1981
Bioassay Procedures for Predicting Coliform Bacterial Growth in Drinking Water. 1990
Composite sampling for detection of coliform bacteria in water supply / 1990
Concept of Presence Absence Testing. 1990
Continuing March of Legionnaires Disease: UV May Be Best Control Weapon in a Weak Arsenal. 1990
Correlation of Coliform Growth Response with Other Water Quality Parameters. 1991
Detection of Fecal Coliforms in Water by Using ((14)C)Mannitol. 1989
Drinking Water Microbiology Research in the United States: An Overview of the Past Decade. 1988
Heterotrophic Bacteria in Potable Water: Progress in Method Options and Monitoring Benefits. 1985
Heterotrophic plate count bacteria in potable water : monitoring methods and application / 1989
Microbiological Characteristics of Third-Faucet Point-of-Use Devices. 1987
Microbiology of Granular Activated Carbon Home Treatment Devices. 1986
New Medium for the Enumeration and Subculture of Bacteria from Potable Water. 1985
Nonphotosynthetic Pigmented Bacteria in a Potable Water Treatment and Distribution System. 1989
Nutrients for bacterial growth in drinking water : bioassay evaluation / 1989
Ozonation and biological stability of water in an operating water treatment plant. / 1990
Pigmented bacteria in unpolluted and polluted surface waters : dissertation / 1971
Rapid Glutamate Decarboxylase Assay for Detection of 'Escherichia coli'. 1993
Searching for Rapid Methods in Environmental Bacteriology. 1984
Soil survey, Love County, Oklahoma 1966
Soil survey, Stephens County, Oklahoma 1964
U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) perspective on AOC (Assimilable Organic Carbon) research as related to coliform colonization and compliance problem {microfiche} 1990
Vibrio cholerae 01 Can Assume a 'Rugose' Survival Form That Resists Killing by Chlorine, Yet Retains Virulence. 1993

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