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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 4575

Chemical and Biological Early Warning Monitoring for Water, Food, and Ground
Editor(s): Janet L. Jensen; Larry W. Burggraf
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 4575
Date Published: 21 February 2002
Softcover: 16 papers (180) pages
ISBN: 9780819443038

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Science and technology objective (STO) to develop tests for detecting microbial and chemical contaminants in food and water
Author(s): Paul L. Knechtges; Thomas P. Gargan; William D. Burrows
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Water Environment Research Foundation research program
Author(s): Charles I. Noss
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Environmental sentinel biomonitors: integrated response systems for monitoring toxic chemicals
Author(s): William H. van der Schalie; Roy Reuter; Tommy R. Shedd; Paul L. Knechtges
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Automated ground-water monitoring with Robowell: case studies and potential applications
Author(s): Gregory E. Granato; Kirk P. Smith
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Variation in aluminum, iron, and particle concentrations in oxic groundwater samples collected by use of tangential-flow ultrafiltration with low-flow sampling
Author(s): Zoltan Szabo; Jeannette H. Oden; Jacob Gibs; Donald E. Rice; Yuan Ding
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Detection of bioagent signatures: a comparison of electrolytic and metal-doped sol-gel surface-enhanced Raman media
Author(s): Stuart Farquharson; Wayne W. Smith; Vincent Yuan-Hsiang Lee; Susan Elliott; Jay F. Sperry
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Spatial and temporal characteristics of stimulated scatterings in water
Author(s): Anna D. Kudryavtseva; Nicolaii V. Tcherniega; Anatolii N. Baranov
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Amplifying fluorescent polymer detection of bioanalytes
Author(s): Lawrence F. Hancock; Robert Deans; Joongho Moon; Timothy M. Swager
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Rapid detection of bacteria with miniaturized pyrolysis-gas chromatographic analysis
Author(s): Curtis Mowry; Catherine H. Morgan; Quentin Baca; Ronald P. Manginell; Richard J. Kottenstette; Patrick Lewis; Gregory C. Frye-Mason
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Insect-gene-activity detection system for chemical and biological warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals
Author(s): Ryan S. Mackie; Amanda S. Schilling; Arturo M. Lopez; Alfredo Rayms-Keller
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Portable sequential injection analyzer for onsite screening for chemical weapons degradation compounds
Author(s): Timothy A. Postlethwaite; Peng Zhang; Herbert L. Lancaster; Christina P. Bacon; David Mensch
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Rapid detection of pathogenic bacteria by volatile organic compound (VOC) analysis
Author(s): Andre G. Senecal; Joshua Magnone; Walter Yeomans; Edmund M. Powers
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Artificial nose employing microsphere sensors for detection of volatile organic compounds
Author(s): Shannon E. Stitzel; Keith J. Albert; Sergei G. Ignatov; David R. Walt
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Thickness shear mode (TSM) resonators used for biosensing
Author(s): Claude A. Bailey; Ben Fiebor; Wei Yen; Vitaly Vodyanoy; Richard W. Cernosek; Bryan A. Chin
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Wireless passive resonant-circuit sensors for monitoring food quality
Author(s): Keat Ghee Ong; Libby G. Puckett; Bethel V. Sharma; Melanie Loiselle; Craig A. Grimes; Leonidas G. Bachas
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Development of a near-real-time procedure to detect Staphylococcus aureus enterotoxin A in military rations
Author(s): Michelle J. Richardson; Arthur Garth Rand; Andre G. Senecal
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