Alexander K. T. Kirschner

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The River Danube is, with 2780 km, the second longest river in Europe. Its catchment area covers 801 500 km(2), with approximately 81 million inhabitants in 19 countries. River water for(More)
AIMS Open cooling towers are frequent sources of infections with Legionella pneumophila. The gold standard for the detection of Leg. pneumophila is based on cultivation lasting up to 10 days and(More)
Vibrio cholerae non-O1/non-O139 strains have caused several cases of ear, wound, and blood infections, including one lethal case of septicemia in Austria, during recent years. All of these cases had(More)
Sanitary inspection of wells was performed according to World Health Organization (WHO) procedures using risk-of-contamination (ROC) scoring in the peri-urban tropical lowlands of Dar es Salaam,(More)