WC&P International
Home  |  Archive  |  Links  |  Media Kit  |  About WCP  |  Contact WCP  |  Glossary  |  Videos


Current IssueOctober 28, 2020
Registered users login here to see extended content.
April 2012: Volume 54, Number 4

On Tap: Waterborne Pathogens: Emerging Issues in Monitoring Treatment and Control, Part 2
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D.
 Pages: 44-48

Click here to view additional information: April On Tap.pdf

To view in PDF format, you will need the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader.

For earlier columns in this category, click on the link below or hit the 'List All' button.
On Tap: Waterborne Pathogens: Emerging Issues in Monitoring, Treatment and Control  March 2012
On Tap: Water: What We Worry About Most  February 2012
On Tap: Viruses and Cancer: Potential for Waterborne Transmission  January 2012
On Tap: Ultraviolet Light-Resistant Viruses Revealed  December 2011
On Tap: An Emerging and Deadly Waterborne Virus: Human Enterovirus 68  November 2011
On Tap: Patterns of Persistence in Waterborne Winter Vomiting Disease  October 2011
On Tap: Surveillance Networks--Improving the National Waterborne Disease Database  September 2011
On Tap: Amphetamines and Arsenic: Use of Biomonitoring in Exposure Assessment  August 2011
On Tap: Germany's E. coli Outbreak and Water Quality Protection Needs  July 2011
On Tap: Keeping Up with Water Reuse at the Point of Use  June 2011
On Tap: Trade-Offs to Pandemic Disease Treatment - Impact of Increased Use of Medicines and Water Quality  May 2011
On Tap: State Budget Cuts and Drinking Water Quality Impacts  April 2011