An American Water Works Association-sponsored study that focuses on locating areas promising as candidates for future disinfection byproduct epidemiological studies. The locations are identified on the basis of the joint ability of such areas to have levels and types of health data required, along with their ability to provide disinfection byproduct related exposure profiles of interest to researchers. Chapters cover data needs for research; promising locations for cancer, adverse development, and reproductive outcome research; availability of health data; and matching water systems with desired exposure profiles. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)State WIDB ID Water utility High intrasystem variation a TTHM with Br. data CA 1, 261 Marin Muni. Water Dist4 ... VA 1, 555 Newport News Waterworks High intrasystem variation a TTHM AL 1 , 207 Mobile Area Water and Sewer Service Sys.
|Title||:||Identifying Geographic Regions for Potential Future Epidemiology Research on Disinfection Byproducts|
|Author||:||Robert S. Raucher, Jay Nuckols|
|Publisher||:||American Water Works Association - 2001|