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Posted by Martin Spies
 - May 07, 2022, 03:01:57 PM

Gunkel, G., Michels, U., Scheideler, M. (2022) Climate change: Water temperature and invertebrate propagation in drinking-water distribution systems, effects, and risk assessment. Water [Basle] 14(8, paper 1246): 23 pp. [publd online 13.iv.2022] [incl. data on Paratanytarsus grimmii]
Posted by Martin Spies
 - February 20, 2022, 03:33:26 PM
2021 and earlier

Laviad-Shitrit, S., Sela, R., Thorat, L., Sharaby, Y., Izhaki, I., Nath, B. B., Halpern, M. (2020) Identification of chironomid species as natural reservoirs of toxigenic Vibrio cholerae strains with pandemic potential. PLoS Neglected tropical Diseases 14(12, e0008959): 16 pp. + online suppl. material.

Sathicq, M. B., Sbaffi, T., Borgomaneiro, G., Di Cesare, A., Sabatino, R. (2021) The meiofauna as neglected carriers of antibiotic resistant and pathogenic bacteria in freshwater ecosystems. J. Limnol. 80(3): 413-426. [first publd online xi.2021]