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November 2005: Volume 47, Number 11

Returning and Rebuilding: Minimizing Exposure Risks to Floodwater Contaminants
by Kelly A. Reynolds

Although floodwares have largely receded in the Gulf Coast region impacted by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the public health threat is far from over because the effects of tainted water extend far beyond the tap...

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For earlier columns in this category, click on the link below or hit the 'List All' button.
Cryptosporidium: In the News...Again  October 2005
The Microbial Quality and Safety of Bottled Water  September 2005
Water Too Much of a Good Thing  August 2005
Lead Contamination of Drinking Water  July 2005
Animals and Drinking Water Quality  June 2005
Waste Water and Risks of Drinking Water Contamination  May 2005
Filtration and Waterborne Microbes  April 2005
Aerosol and Contact Routes of Microbial Disease  March 2005
Waterborne Disease Outbreaks following Tsunami Disaster  February 2005
Underground Storage Tanks in the U.S.  January 2005
Groundwater Vulnerability to Microbial Contamination  December 2004
Assuring Water Quality in the Eye of a Hurricane  November 2004