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2004
N. Thapar and Sanderson, I. R., Diarrhoea in children: an interface between developing and developed countries, The lancet, pp. p 641-653 : 3 fig., 3 panrls, 2 tabs., 2004.
1996
D. D. Mara and Oragui, J. I., Enumeration of rotaviruses in tropical wastewaters, vol. no. 10. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Department of Civil Engineering, 1996, p. ix, 55 p. : tab.
1994
D. D. Mara, Taylor, H. D., and Gambrill, M. P., Lime treatment of municipal wastewater, vol. no. 3. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Department of Civil Engineering, 1994, p. viii, 45 p. : fig., tab.
M. Wegelin, Canonica, S., Mechsner, K., Fleischmann, T., Pesaro, F., and Metzler, A., Solar water disinfection : scope of the process and analysis of radiation experiments, Aqua : journal of water supply research and technology, pp. p. 154-169 : 18 fig., 4 tab., 1994.
1993
S. Regli, Berger, P., Macler, B., and Haas, C., Proposed decision tree for management of risks in drinking water : consideration for health and socioeconomic factors, in Safety of water disinfection : balancing chemical and microbial risks, 1993, pp. P. 39-80: 5 fig., 10 tab.
1989
M. Chaudhuri and Sattar, S. A., Removal of human rotavirus from water by coal-based sorbents, Water quality bulletin, pp. p. 202-204: tab., 1989.
1988
B. J. Lloyd, Wheeler, D., and Bartram, J., The removal of viruses by filtration through sand, in Slow sand filtration : recent developments in water treatment technology, 1988, pp. P. 207-229: fig., tab.
1979
WHO -Geneva, CH, World Health Organization, Human viruses in water, wastewater and soil; report of a WHO Scientific Group, vol. no. 638. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization (WHO), 1979, p. 50 p.
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