In the decades, ahead, as virus detection technology continues to improve, we may expect greater attention to the problem of water transmission of these agents. This books' contributors will discuss the developing knowledge and technology for the detection and measurement of viruses in waters and wastewaters in dealing with the problem presented by that presence.

part |16 pages


chapter 1|14 pages

Discharge to the Environment of Viruses in Wastewater, Sludges, and Aerosols

ByJohn S. Slade, Brian J. Ford

part |19 pages


chapter 2|17 pages

Methods for Recovering Viruses from the Water Environment

ByCharles P. Gerba

part |78 pages

Removal of Viruses from Waters and Sludges by Treatment Processes

chapter 3|14 pages

Removal of Viruses from Wastewater and Effluent by Treatment Processes

ByCharles A. Sorber

chapter 4|24 pages

Removal of Viruses from Raw Waters by Treatment Processes

ByJohn C. Hoff, Elmer W. Akin

chapter 6|20 pages

Destruction of Viruses in Sludges by Treatment Processes

ByRichard L. Ward

part |47 pages

Occurrence and Survival of Viruses in the Environment

chapter 7|29 pages

Viruses in Environmental Waters

ByJean-Claude Block

chapter 8|15 pages

Viruses in Wastewater Sludges

BySamuel R. Farrah, Stephen A. Schaub

chapter 9|48 pages

Viruses in Soils and Groundwaters

ByJames M. Vaughn, Edward F. Landry

chapter 10|20 pages

Indicators of Viruses

BySagar M. Goyal