- Center for Disease Control and other partners maintain a collaborative Waterborne Disease and Outbreaks Surveillance System for reporting data related to occurrences and causes of waterborne disease and outbreaks (WBDOs).
- Environmental Health Perspectives. "The Potential Role of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations in Infectious Disease Epidemics and Antibiotic Resistance", M.J. Gilchrist et. al. online version posted November, 2006.
- Hrudey, SE and Hrudey, EL. 2004.Safe Drinking Water: Lessons learned from recent outbreaks in affluent nations IWA Publishing, London, UK.486 p.Book preview is available on the web.
- National Center for Manure and Animal Waste Management white paper, Pathogen in Animal Wastes and the Impacts of Waste Management Practices and their Survival, Transport and Fate published by North Carolina State University. A four page Executive Summary is available. The full white paper can be ordered from MWPS, Iowa State University.
- Stoeckel, DM, Mathes, MV, Hyer, KE, Hagedorn, Charles, Kator, Howard, Lukasik, Jerzy, T O'Brien, TL, Fenger, TW, Samadpour, Mansour, Strickler, KM, and Wiggins, BA. 2004. Comparison of Seven Protocols To Identify Fecal Contamination Sources Using Escherichia coli Environ. Sci. Technol. 38(22): 6109 - 6117
- US Environmental Protection Agency literature review, Detecting and Mitigating the Environmental Impact of Fecal Pathogens Originating from Confined Animal Feeding Operations: Review by Rogers, S. and J. Haines, September 2005.
- USDA National Agricultural Library offers a service for creating a listing of literature citations on pathogens from 2000 to present. Look under "Manure Management" and "Nutrient Management" for a web connection to generate the listing.
- Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine literature review, E. coli O157:H7 in hay- or grain-fed cattle by Dale Hancock and Tom Besser, October 12, 2006.
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