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Selected Publications of Dr. Gerba

Haas, C.N., J.B. Rose, and C.P. Gerba. 1999. Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment. John Wiley, NY.

Dowd, S.E., C.P. Gerba, I.L. Pepper, and S.D. Pillai. 2000. Bioaerosol transport and risk assessment in relation to the land placement of biosolids. J. Environ. Quality. 29:343-348.

Haas, C.N., A. Thayyar-Madabusi, J.B. Rose, and C.P. Gerba. 2000. Development of a dose-response relationship for Escherichia coli 0157:H7. Int'l J. Food Microbiology 56:153-159.

Gerba, C. P., I. L. Pepper and L. F. Whitehead. 2002. A risk assessment of emerging pathogens of concern in the land application of biosolids. Water Sci. Technol. 46:225-230.

Rusin, P., S. Maxwell and C. P. Gerba. 2002. Comparative surface-to-hand and finger-to-mounth transfer efficiency of gram positive, gram negative bacteria, and phage. J. Appl. Micobiol. 93:585-592.

Stewart, M. H., M. V. Yates, M A. Anderson, C. P. Gerba, J. B. Rose, R. De Leon and R. L, Wolfe. 2002. Predicted public health consequences of body-contact recreation on a potable water reservoir. J Amer. Water Works Assoc. 94(5): 84-97.

Chaidez, C. and C. P. Gerba. 2002. Aeromonas hydrophila and Pseudomonas aeroginosa in drinking water from various sources: a risk assessment. Res. Adv. in Water Res. 3:111-124.

Mena, K. D., C. P. Gerba, C. N. Haas, and J. B. Rose. 2003. Risk assessment of waterborne coxsackievirus. J. Amer. Water Works Assoc. 95:(7)122-132.

Brooks, J. P., C. P. Gerba and I. L. Pepper. 2004. Biological aerosol emission fate, and transport from municipal and animal wastes. J. Residuals Sci. Technol.1:16-28.

Sinclair, R., S. Boone, C. P. Gerba, D. Greenberg, D. Wagner and P. Keim. 2007. Persistence of select agents category A in the environment. Accepted Applied and Environmental Microbiology.

Boone, S. A. and C. P. Gerba 2007. The significance of fomites in the spread of respiratory and gastrointestinal disease. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 73:1687-1696.