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March's Open Access Article

Check out the latest open access article in the third issue of the year: Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment for Recreational Exposure to Water Bodies in Philadelphia by Neha Sunger and Charles N. Haas. 

According to Tim Ellis, Water Environment Research's editor-in-chief, "Sunger and Haas use quantitative risk assessment to evaluate exposure to impaired waterways from a variety of activities under a broad array of weather conditions.  In their paper, they demonstrate the risks to recreational users of waterways are higher during wet weather and are highest at easily accessible creek sites due to increased use. Their work is significant since it evaluates risk separately from bacteriological water quality indicators." 

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Check out WER's most-downloaded articles:

  1. Total Phosphorus Input to the Cache la Poudre River in Northern Colorado 
    Son, Ji-Hee; Goodwin, Stephen; Carlson, Kenneth
  2. Multispectral Remote Sensing of Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Champlain, USA 
    Isenstein, Elizabeth M.; Trescott, Adam; Park, Mi-Hyun
  3. Effects of Pollution on Marine Organisms
    Mearns, Alan J.; Reish, Donald J.; Oshida, Philip S.; Ginn, Thomas; Rempel-Hester, Mary Ann; Arthur, Courtney; Rutherford, Nicolle
  4. Multivariate Analyses for Monitoring EDCs and PPCPs in a Lake Water 
    Park, Minji; Reckhow, David; Lavine, Michael; Rosenfeldt, Erik; Stanford, Benjamin; Park, Mi-Hyun
  5. Production of Biodiesel and Biogas from Algae: A Review of Process Train Options
    Wiley, Patrick E; Campbell, J. Elliott; McKuin, Brandi
  6.  EBPR Using Crude Glycerol: Assessing Process Resiliency and Exploring Metabolic Anomalies  
    Coats, Erik R.; Dobroth, Zachary T.; Brinkman, Cynthia K. 
  7. Energy Return on Investment for Algal Biofuel Production Coupled with Wastewater Treatment  
    Beal, Colin M.; Stillwell, Ashlynn S.; King, Carey W.; Cohen, Stuart M.; Berberoglu, Halil; Bhattarai, Rajendra P., Connelly, Rhykka L.; Webber, Michael E.; Hebner, Robert E.
  8. Simultaneous Biological Nutrient Removal: A State-of-the-Art Review
    Daigger, Glen T.; Littleton, Helen X.
  9. A Critical Review of Nuisance Foam Formation and Biological Methods for Foam Management or Elimination in Nutrient Removal Facilities
    Parker, Denny; Bratby, John; Esping, Don; Hull, Ted; Kelly, Rick; Melcer, Henryk; Merlo, Rion; Pope, Rod; Shafer, Todd; Wahlberg, Eric; Witzgall, Robert
  10. Ammonia-Based Feedforward and Feedback Aeration Control in Activated Sludge Processes
    Rieger, Leiv; Jones, Richard M.; Dold, Peter L.; Bott, Charles B.

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