Charles N Haas
Charles N Haas
Professor of Environmental Engineering, Drexel University
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Quantitative microbial risk assessment
CN Haas, JB Rose, CP Gerba
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
Modeling the risk from Giardia and viruses in drinking water
S Regli, JB Rose, CN Haas, CP Gerba
Journal‐American Water Works Association 83 (11), 76-84, 1991
Estimation of risk due to low doses of microorganisms: a comparison of alternative methodologies
American journal of epidemiology 118 (4), 573-582, 1983
Sensitive populations: who is at the greatest risk?
CP Gerba, JB Rose, CN Haas
International journal of food microbiology 30 (1-2), 113-123, 1996
Risk assessment of virus in drinking water
CN Haas, JB Rose, C Gerba, S Regli
Risk analysis 13 (5), 545-552, 1993
Development of a dose‐response model for SARS coronavirus
T Watanabe, TA Bartrand, MH Weir, T Omura, CN Haas
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 30 (7), 1129-1138, 2010
Risk assessment and control of waterborne giardiasis.
JB Rose, CN Haas, S Regli
American journal of public health 81 (6), 709-713, 1991
Inactivation of feline calicivirus and adenovirus type 40 by UV radiation
JA Thurston-Enriquez, CN Haas, J Jacangelo, K Riley, CP Gerba
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (1), 577-582, 2003
Risk assessment of opportunistic bacterial pathogens in drinking water
PA Rusin, JB Rose, CN Haas, CP Gerba
Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology: Continuation of …, 1997
Waterborne rotavirus: a risk assessment
CP Gerba, JB Rose, CN Haas, KD Crabtree
Water research 30 (12), 2929-2940, 1996
Dose response models for infectious gastroenteritis
PFM Teunis, NJD Nagelkerke, CN Haas
Risk Analysis 19 (6), 1251-1260, 1999
Chlorine inactivation of adenovirus type 40 and feline calicivirus
JA Thurston-Enriquez, CN Haas, J Jacangelo, CP Gerba
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (7), 3979-3985, 2003
Assessment of the dose-response relationship of Campylobacter jejuni
GJ Medema, PFM Teunis, AH Havelaar, CN Haas
International journal of food microbiology 30 (1-2), 101-111, 1996
It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity: wet weather increases legionellosis risk in the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area
DN Fisman, S Lim, GA Wellenius, C Johnson, P Britz, M Gaskins, J Maher, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 192 (12), 2066-2073, 2005
Reproducibility and sensitivity of 36 methods to quantify the SARS-CoV-2 genetic signal in raw wastewater: findings from an interlaboratory methods evaluation in the US
BM Pecson, E Darby, CN Haas, YM Amha, M Bartolo, R Danielson, ...
Environmental science: water research & technology 7 (3), 504-520, 2021
Waterborne adenovirus: a risk assessment
KD Crabtree, CP Gerba, JB Rose, CN Haas
Water Science and Technology 35 (11-12), 1-6, 1997
Assessing the risk posed by oocysts in drinking water
CN Haas, CS Crockett, JB Rose, CP Gerba, AM Fazil
American Water Works Association. Journal 88 (9), 131, 1996
Criteria for selection of surrogates used to study the fate and control of pathogens in the environment
RG Sinclair, JB Rose, SA Hashsham, CP Gerba, CN Haas
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (6), 1969-1977, 2012
Minimizing errors in RT-PCR detection and quantification of SARS-CoV-2 RNA for wastewater surveillance
W Ahmed, SL Simpson, PM Bertsch, K Bibby, A Bivins, LL Blackall, ...
Science of the Total Environment 805, 149877, 2022
Disinfection under dynamic conditions: modification of Hom's model for decay
CN Haas, J Joffe
Environmental science & technology 28 (7), 1367-1369, 1994
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