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Garland, J., M. Schoen, B. Zimmerman, S. Keely, N. Brinkman, S. De Long, S. Sharvelle, AND M. Jahne. Pathogen Treatment Guidance and Monitoring Approaches for On-Site Non-Potable Water (2016 Southwest Onsite Wastewater Conference). 2016 Southwest Onsite Wastewater Conference, Laughlin, NV, February 03 - 04, 2016.
Xue, X., M. Schoen, Cissy Ma, T. Hawkins, N. Ashbolt, J. Cashdollar, AND J. Garland. Critical insights for a sustainability framework to address integrated community water services: Technical metrics and approaches. WATER RESEARCH. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 77:155-169, (2015).
Rhodes, E., L. Boczek, M. Ware, M. McKay, J. Hoelle, M. Schoen, AND E. Villegas. Determining pathogen and indicator levels in Class B municipal organic residuals used for land application. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. American Society of Agronomy, MADISON, WI, 44(1):265-274, (2015).
Soller, J., T. Bartrand, J. Ravenscroft, M. Molina, G. Whelan, M. Schoen, AND N. Ashbolt. Estimated human health risks from recreational exposures to stormwater runoff containing animal faecal material. ENVIRONMENTAL MODELLING AND SOFTWARE. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 72:21-32, (2015).
Schoen, M., X. Xue, T. Hawkins, AND N. Ashbolt. Comparative Human Health Risk Analysis of Coastal Community Water and Waste Service Options. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Indianapolis, IN, 48(16):9728-9736, (2014).
Soller, J., M. Schoen, A. Varghese, A. Ichida, A. Boehm, S. Eftim, N. Ashbolt, AND J. Ravenscroft. Human Health Risk Implications of Multiple Sources of Faecal Indicator Bacteria in a Recreational Waterbody. WATER RESEARCH. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 66(12):254-264, (2014).
Soller, J., T. Bartrand, M. Molina, G. Whelan, M. Schoen, AND N. Ashbolt. Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment of Freshwater Impacted by Animal Fecal Material. Presented at 8th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (iEMSs), San Diego, CA, June 06, 2013 - June 19, 2014.
Soller, J., T. Bartrand, M. Molina, G. Whelan, M. Schoen, AND N. Ashbolt. Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment of Freshwater Impacted by Animal Fecal Material (proceedings). In Proceedings, 7th Intl. Congress on Env. Modelling and Software, San Diego, CA, June 15 - 19, 2014. International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Manno, Switzerland, 1521-1526, (2014).
Staley, C., K. V. Gordon, M. E. SCHOEN, AND V. J. Harwood. Performance of two quantitative PCR methods for microbial source tracking of human sewage and implications for microbial risk assessment in recreational waters. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, DC, 78(20):7317-7326, (2012).
SANTO-DOMINGO, J. W., M. E. SCHOEN, N. ASHBOLT, AND H. RYU. Using qPCR for Water Microbial Risk Assessments. Chapter 7, M. Filion (ed.), Quantitative Readl-time PCR in Applied Microbiology, ISBN:9781908230010. Caister Academic Press, Norwich, Uk, , ,, (2012).
SCHOEN, M. E. AND N. ASHBOLT. An in-premise model for Legionella exposure during showering events. WATER RESEARCH. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 45(18):5826-5836, (2011).
LU, J., H. RYU, S. Hill, M. E. SCHOEN, N. ASHBOLT, T. A. Edge, AND J. W. SANTO-DOMINGO. Distribution and potential significance of a gull fecal marker in urban coastal and riverine areas of southern Ontario, Canada. WATER RESEARCH. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 45(13):3960-3968, (2011).
RYU, H., J. W. SANTO-DOMINGO, J. LU, M. E. SCHOEN, N. ASHBOLT, T. Edge, AND S. Hill. Distribution of Gull Specific Molecular Marker in Coastal Areas of Lake Ontario. Presented at American Society for Microbiology 110th General Meeting, San Diego, CA, May 23 - 27, 2010.
ASHBOLT, N., M. E. SCHOEN, J. A. Soller, AND D. J. Roser. Predicting pathogen risks to aid beach management: the real value of quantitative microbial risk assessment (QMRA). WATER RESEARCH. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 44(16):4692-4703, (2010).
SCHOEN, M. E. QMRA as a compliment to epidemiologic studies estimating bather risk at recreational beaches. Presented at American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 07 - 11, 2009.
SCHOEN, M. E. AND N. ASHBOLT. Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment (QMRA) as a Compliment to epidemiologic Studies Estimating Bather Risk at Recreational Beaches. Presented at 137th Annual APHA Meeting , Philadelphia, PA, November 09 - 11, 2009.
SCHOEN, M. E. AND N. ASHBOLT. The birds did it! Presented at Great Lakes Beach Association Conference, Milwaukee, WI, September 28 - October 01, 2009.
SCHOEN, M. E. AND N. ASHBOLT. Can QMRA be used to Discount Pathogen Risk to Swimmers from Animal Fecal Contamination? Doheny Beach, CA Case Study. Presented at Society for Risk Analysis, Boston, MA, December 08 - 10, 2008.