Are you currently doing research examining the complexities of drinking water chemistry and microbiology at the interface of water quality and human health?
If so, you are encouraged to submit a paper to a themed issue of Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology dedicated to the Drinking Water Exposome.
The Exposome has recently been defined as the environmental exposure complement to the genome. In this themed issue we utilise this construct to consider chemical and microbial exposures that can occur via consumption or use of drinking water.
Editorial Board member Peter Vikesland (Virginia Tech, USA) and Lutgarde Raskin (University of Michigan, USA), Guest Editors of this themed issue, are soliciting submissions highlighting research that covers the diverse array of research topics that are encompassed by drinking water chemistry and microbiology at the interface of water quality and human health:
– Unintended consequences of disinfectant switching practices
– Distribution system and premise plumbing corrosion
– Dissemination of antimicrobial resistance organisms via drinking water
– Nutrient and carbon cycling within drinking water systems
– Drinking water disinfectant fate and reactivity
– Innovative treatment technologies to mitigate exposure
– Opportunistic pathogens in drinking water systems
We welcome original research papers, communications and Review articles.