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COUPLING DNA LABELING AND NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING TECHNIQUES TO CHARACTERIZE METABOLICALLY-ACTIVE BACTERIA IN NONTRADITIONAL IRRIGATION WATER (2019)Bacteria are ubiquitous in irrigation water resources and can include pathogens that may compromise food safety and public health. However, only a small fraction of total bacterial community members in water can be identified ...
WATER REUSE FOR FOOD PRODUCTION IN THE WEST BANK AND ISRAEL: ASSESSING THE EFFICACY OF HOUSEHOLD GREYWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS, AND CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS OF REUSE APPLICATIONS (2019)Greywater is increasingly reused for agricultural irrigation in the Middle East. However, there is a dearth of data regarding antibiotics, herbicides, and antibiotic-resistant bacteria in household greywater reuse systems. ...
Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution and Correlates of Cardiovascular Disease among Youth with Type 1 Diabetes (2019)Air pollution from traffic-related sources is associated with cardiovascular disease (CVD), potentially through changes in systemic inflammatory responses, vascular function and oxidative stress leading to atherosclerosis, ...
The Impact of Private Drinking Water Wells and Animal Feeding Operations on the Incidence of Acute Gastroenteritis in Maryland: A Mixed Methods Approach (2019)More than 44.5 million people in the United States (approximately 14% of the population) rely on private domestic wells as their primary source of drinking water. The water quality of private wells is not regulated at the ...