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Edwards, GA. (2012).  CONSUMER AND PROCESSOR METHODS TO CONTROL SALMONELLA AND LISTERIA IN SHRIMP.
Eisenberg, J. N., Seto E. Y. W., Olivieri A. W., & Spear R. C. (1996).  Quantifying water pathogen risk in an epidemiological framework. Risk Analysis. 16(4), 
Ellis, J.., Oyston P.. C. F., Green M.., & Titball R.. W. (2002).  Tularemia. Clinical Microbiology Reviews. 15, 4.
Elmore, S. A., Jones J. L., Conrad P. A., Patton S., Lindsay D. S., & Dubey J. P. (2010).  Toxoplasma gondii: epidemiology, feline clinical aspects, and prevention. Trends in Parasitology. 26,
Engelberg, NC. (2013).  Chapter 16: Enteric Bacteria: Secretory Diarrhea. Shaechter’s Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th ed.
Enger, K. S. (2013).  Giardia duodenalis: Dose Response Models.
Enriquez, CE. (1995).  Survival of the enteric adenoviruses 40 and 41 in tap, sea, and waste water.
Environmental Protection Agency, (2012).  2012 Guidelines for Water Reuse.
Environmental Protection Agency, (0).  Waterborne Disease Research Summaries Published.
EPA), U.S.. Environmen (1994).  Plain English guide to the EPA part 503 biosolids rule.
EPA), U.S.. Environmen (2003).  Technology: Control of Pathogens and Vector Attraction in Sewage Sludge.
Erlandsen, S.. L., Sherlock L.. A., Januschka M.., Schupp D.. G., Schaefer F.. W., Jakubowski W.., et al. (1988).  Cross-species transmission of Giardia spp.: inoculation of beavers and muskrats with cysts of human, beaver, mouse, and muskrat origin. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 54, 11.
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, (2010).  Technical report: Risk assessment on Q fever.