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Big Idea: Sewage Holds Evidence of COVID-19

This guide contains leading Databases, Books, Encyclopedias, Articles, Government Documents & Reports and Organizations / Associations / Societies etc. in the field of "Monitoring New York City Wastewater for Coronavirus

Big Idea: Monitor Present SARS Coronavirus in NYC Wastewater

John Dennehy is researching COVID-19 in NYC wastewater. By sequencing the genomes found in the wastewater, he and his team are learning more about how the virus is evolving.



  • United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency.COVID-19 pandemic operational guidance for the 2020 hurricane season”. 2020 (Available at Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library Documents Level 1 (HS 5.108:C 81) 

  • Culp, Gordon L., and others.  “Physical-chemical wastewater treatment plant design”  United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Technology Transfer. 1974 (Available at Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library Documents Level

          1 (EP 7.10:W 28/2) 

  • United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Wastewater Management.   “Achieving environmental excellence : an environmental management systems (EMS) handbook for wastewater utilities”. Global Environment & Technology Foundation. 2004.  (Available at Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library Documents Circulating CD-ROM Level 3 (EP 1.104:EN 8/4/CD) 

  • Vernick, Arnold S.; Walker, Elwood C.New and ultrathin membranes for municipal wastewater treatment by reverse osmosis.”  North Star Research and Development Institute (Minneapolis, Minn.); United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Water Quality Office, 1970.  (Available at Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library Stacks Level 5 (TD754 .N67)

  • “Handbook of wastewater treatment processes” 1981(Available at Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library Stacks Level 5 (TD745 .H2)