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Furtado, C., Adak GK., Stuart JM., Wall PG., Evans HS., & Casemore DP. (1998).  Outbreaks of waterborne infectious intestinal disease in England and Wales, 1992–5. Epidemiology & Infection. 121, 109–119.
Fu, J., Ai J., & Jin M. (2015).   Emergence of a new GII.17 norovirus variant in patients with acute gastroenteritis in Jiangsu, China, September 2014 to March 2015.
Fries, I. (1988).   Infectivity and multiplication of Nosema apis Z. in the ventriculus of the honey bee.
Friedman, CR. (2004).  Risk factors for sporadic Campylobacter infection in the United States: a case -control study in FoodNet sites.
Friedler, E., Yardeni A., Gilboa Y., & Alfiya Y. (2011).  Disinfection of greywater effluent and regrowth potential of selected bacteria. Water Science and Technology. 63, 931–940.
Frerichs, R. R., Keim P. S., Barrais R., & Piarroux R. (2012).  Nepalese origin of cholera epidemic in Haiti. Clinical Microbiology and Infection. 18,
Frenkel, J. K., Frenkel J. K., & Chinchilla M. (1975).  Soil survival of toxoplasma oocysts in Kansas and Costa Rica. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 24,
Foy, HM. (1997).  Adenoviruses.
Fotedar, R.., Stark D.., & Beebe N.. (2007).  Laboratory diagnostic techniques for Entamoeba species. Clin Microbiol Rev. 20, 511-32.
Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority, (2010).  VWA.
Food, US., Administration D., & (2005).  Foodborne pathogenic microorganisms and natural toxins handbook—Staphylococcus aureus.
Fleisher, J. M., Kay D., Wyer M. D., & Godfree A. F. (1998).  Estimates of the severity of illnesses associated with bathing in marine waters contaminated with domestic sewage. International Journal of Epidemiology. 27,
Fitzgeorge, R.. B., Baskerville A.., Broster M.., Hambleton P.., & Dennis P.. J. (1983).  Aerosol infection of animals with strains of Legionella pneumophila of different virulence: comparison with intraperitoneal and intranasal routes of infection. Epidemiology & Infection. 90,
Fitzgeorge, R.. B., Baskerville A.., Broster M.., Hambleton P.., & Dennis P.. J. (1983).  Aerosol infection of animals with strains of Legionella pneumophila of different virulence: comparison with intraperitoneal and intranasal routes of infection.. Epidemiology and Infection. 90, 81-89.
Fistarol, GO. (2015).  Environmental and sanitary conditions of Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro.
Fischhoff, B.. (1995).  Risk perception and communication unplugged: twenty years of process. Risk analysis: an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis. 15, 2.
Fischer, T. Kolsen, & (2007).  Hospitalizations and deaths from diarrhea and rotavirus among children< 5 years of age in the United States, 1993–2003. The Journal of infectious diseases. 195, 1117-1125.
Fields, B.. S., Benson R.. F., & R. B. (2002).  Legionella and legionnaires disease: 25 years of investigation. Clin Microbiol Rev. 506-26.
Fewtrell, L., & Kay D. (2015).  Recreational Water and Infection: A Review of Recent Findings.
Ferguson, W.. W., & June R.. C. (1952).  Experiments on feeding adult volunteers with Escherichia coli 111, B4, a coliform organism associated with infant diarrhea. American Journal of Hygiene. 55, 155-169.
Ferguson, C. M., Davies C. M., Kaucner C., Krogh M., Rodehutskors J., Deere D. A., et al. (2007).  Field scale quantification of microbial transport from bovine faeces under simulated rainfall events. Journal of Water and Health. 0.5(1), 
Feldman, R.. E., Baine W.. B., Nitzkin J.. L., Saslaw M.. S., & Pollard R.. A. (1974).  Epidemiology of Salmonella typhi Infection in a Migrant Labor Camp in Dade County, Florida. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 130, 4.
Feeguson, W.. W., & June E.. C. (1952).  Experiments on Feeding Adult Volunteers with Escherichia Coli 111, B4, a Coliform Organism Associated with Infant Diarrhea. American Journal of Epidemiology. 55, 2.
Federation, C. Games (2016).  Uniting the Commonwealth Family through Sport.
Fayer, R., & Xiao L. (2008).  Cryptosporidium and Cryptosporidiosis.