Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology

Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology

Online ISBN: 9780471263395

DOI: 10.1002/0471263397

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  1. Aeromicrobiology
  2. Biodegradation
  3. Biofilms
  4. Drinking Water Microbiology
  5. Environmental Biotechnology
  6. Extreme Environments
  7. Freshwaters
  8. Groundwater
  9. Marine and Estuarine
  10. Methodology
  11. Public Health Microbiology
    1. Adenoviruses
    2. Aerobic Endospores: Application in Monitoring of Drinking Water Treatment
    3. Aeromonas Hydrophila
    4. Airborne Toxigenic Molds
    5. Amebas (Free-Living) Causing Meningoencephalitis
    6. Astroviruses
    7. Bacteriophage as Indicators
    8. Bacteriophage Detection Methodologies
    9. Bacteriophage of Enteric Bacteria: Occurrence and Persistance in the Environment
    10. Bacteriophage: Biology and Genetics
    11. Bioaerosol Sampling and Analysis
    12. Bioaerosols in Agricultural and Outdoor Settings
    13. Bioaerosols in Industrial Settings
    14. Bioaerosols: Transport and Fate
    15. Bioterrorism
    16. Bottled Water, Microbiology of
    17. Campylobacter Jejuni and Other Enteric Campylobacter
    18. Cholera
    19. Clostridium
    20. Coliform Bacteria as Indicators of Water Quality
    21. Coliform Bacteria—Control in Drinking Water Distribution Systems
    22. Cryptosporidium: basic biology and epidemiology
    23. Cyanobacteria-Toxins in Drinking Water
    24. Cyclospora: Basic Biology, Occurrence Fate and Methodologies
    25. Disinfection of Protozoan Parasites
    26. Disinfection: Chlorine, Monochloramine, and Chlorine Dioxide
    27. Entamoeba Histolytica/Entamoeba Dispar
    28. Enteroviruses in Water: Concentration and Detection
    29. Enteroviruses: Basic Biology and Diseases
    30. Enteroviruses: Occurrence and Persistence in the Environment
    31. Escherichia Coli: Pathogenic Strains
    32. Fecal Contamination, Sources of
    33. Fecal Streptococci/Enterococci in Aquatic Environments
    34. Fungal Allergy and Allergens
    35. Fungal Contaminants
    36. Fungi and Indoor Air
    37. Giardia: Basic Biology, Genetics and Epidemiology
    38. Giardia: Detection and Occurrence of in the Environment
    39. Helicobacter Pylori
    40. Hepatitis Viruses (HAV-HEV)
    41. Heterotrophic Bacteria as Indicators of Water Quality
    42. Home Treatment Devices—Microbiology of Point of Use and Point of Entry Devices
    43. Human Caliciviruses: Basic Virology and Epidemiology
    44. Infectious Airborne Bacteria
    45. Isospora
    46. Legionella in the Environment: Persistence, Evolution, and Pathogenicity
    47. Legionellae
    48. Leptospirosis
    49. Lyme Borreliosis
    50. Microsporidia: Basic Biology
    51. Microsporidia: Occurrence, Fate and Methodologies
    52. Modeling of Virus Transport and Removal in the Subsurface
    53. Mycobacterium Avium Complex
    54. Norwalk-Like Viruses: Detection Methodologies and Environmental Fate
    55. Nosocomial Infections
    56. Pathogens in Environmental Biofilms
    57. Pfiesteria: The Toxic Pfiesteria Complex
    58. Protozoa in Activated Sludge
    59. Pseudomonas
    60. Rainwater Roof Catchment Systems, Microbial Quality of
    61. Red Tides and Other Harmful Algal Blooms
    62. Residential Environments, Bacterial Contaminants In
    63. Risk Assessment of Environmental Exposure to Viruses
    64. Rotaviruses
    65. Salmonella in Aquatic Environments
    66. Shigella
    67. Source Water Protection: Microbiology of Source Water
    68. Spa and Hot Tub Microbiology
    69. Toxoplasma Gondii
    70. UV Disinfection—Theory to Practice
    71. Viable but not Culturable (VBNC) Microorganisms
    72. Viral Aerosols
    73. Viral Disinfection
    74. Virus Survival in Soils
    75. Viruses and Protozoan Parasites in Aquatic Sediments
    76. Viruses and Protozoan Parasites in Food, Including Methodology
    77. Viruses in Drinking Water and Groundwater
    78. Viruses in the Marine Environment
  12. Soil Microbiology
  13. Wastewater Microbiology