Short- and long-term variations of norovirus concentrations in the Meuse river during a 2-year study period.

@article{Westrell2006ShortAL,
  title={Short- and long-term variations of norovirus concentrations in the Meuse river during a 2-year study period.},
  author={Therese Westrell and Peter Teunis and Harold H.J.L. van den Berg and Willemijn J. Lodder and Henk A. M. Ketelaars and Thor Axel Stenstr{\"o}m and A M de Roda Husman},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 14},
  pages={2613-20}
}
Faecally impacted surface waters used for drinking water production may encompass risk for norovirus infections. To be able to assess a possible health risk, noroviruses should be quantified and fluctuations identified. In 2001, norovirus concentrations in the river Meuse displayed a seasonal distribution with high peaks during wintertime as determined by… CONTINUE READING