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Concentration of Poliovirus from Tap Water Using Positively Charged Microporous Filters.
Detection of Highly Diluted Viruses in Water by Flocculation.
Disinfection of Viruses in Water by Ozone.
Effect of particulates on disinfection of enteroviruses in water by chlorine dioxide /
Effect of particulates on ozone disinfection of bacteria and viruses in water /
Effects of Bentonite Clay Solids on Poliovirus Concentration from Water by Microporous Filter Methods.
Effects of Water Quality on Microporous Filter Methods for Enteric Virus Concentration.
Efficiency of Beef Extract for the Recovery of Poliovirus from Wastewater Effluents.
Evidence That Microorganisms Cause Inactivation of Viruses in Activated Sludge (Journal Version).
Human Infective Dose Determinations for Oral Poliovirus Type 1 Vaccine in Infants.
Inactivation of Naturally Occurring Enteroviruses.
Influence of Aerobic Microorganisms upon Virus Survival in Soil (Journal Version).
Method for Recovering Viruses from River Water Solids.
Microbiological Content and Health Effect of Fishponds Enriched with Wastewater Effluent.
Plaquing and Immunological Methods for Detection and Identification of Enteroviruses.
Poliovirus Retention in 75-cm Soil Cores After Sewage and Rainwater Application.
Proceedings: Northwest Shellfish Sanitation Research Planning Conference, 1966.
Quantitative Assessment of the Adsorptive Behavior of Viruses to Soils.
Round Robin Investigation of Methods for the Recovery of Poliovirus from Drinking Water.
Sewage Sludge Pathogen Transport Model Project.
Sewage Sludge Pathogen Transport Model.
Thermal and Water Source Effects upon the Stability of Enteroviruses in Surface Freshwaters.
Ultraviolet disinfection of municipal wastewater effluents /
Viral and bacterial levels resulting from the land application of digested sludge /
Virion Aggregation and Disinfection of Water by Chlorine and Bromine.
Virion Aggregation and Disinfection of Water Viruses by Bromine.
Virus particle aggregation and halogen disinfection of water supplies /
Virus Removal during Groundwater Recharge: Effects of Infiltration Rate on Adsorption of Poliovirus to Soil.
Virus sensitivity to chlorine disinfection of water supplies /
Viruses in Finished Water: The Occoquan Experience.
Viruses in Waste, Renovated and Other Waters, 1972 Literature Abstracts.
Viruses in Waste, Renovated, and Other Waters. 1971 Literature Abstracts.
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