Peer-reviewed publications

Callahan, M.T., Van Kessel, J.A. and Micallef, S.A., 2019. Salmonella enterica recovery from river waters of the Maryland Eastern Shore reveals high serotype diversity and some multidrug resistance. Environmental research, 168, 7-13.

Kulkarni P, Olson N, Raspanti G, Rosenberg Goldstein R, Gibbs SG, Sapkota A, Sapkota AR†. 2017. Antibiotic concentrations decrease during wastewater treatment but persist at low levels in reclaimed water. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Jun 21;14(6).

Rosenberg Goldstein RE†, Kleinfelter L, He X, Micallef SA, George A, Gibbs SG, Sapkota AR. 2017. Higher prevalence of coagulase-negative staphylococci carriage among reclaimed water spray irrigators. Science of the Total Environment. 595(1):35-40.

Gerba, C. P., Betancourt, W. Q., & Kitajima, M. 2017. How much reduction of virus is needed for recycled water: A continuous changing need for assessment?. Water research108, 25-31.

Betancourt, W. Q., S. Abd-Elmaksoud and C. P. Gerba. 2018. Efficiency of reovirus concentration from water with positively charges filters. Food and Environmental Virology. In Press

Gerba, C. P., W. Bentancourt, M. Kitajima and C. Rock.2018 Reducing uncertainty in estimating virus reduction by recycled water treatment processes. Water Research.

Li, T, McCluskey, JJ, Messer, KD. 2018. Ignorance Is Bliss? Experimental Evidence on Wine Produced from Grapes Irrigated with Recycled Water. Ecological Economics, 153, 100-110.