Research


Relevant research in the water analysis area,


Andy Baker,Susan A. Cumberland, Chris Bradley, Chris Buckley, John Bridgeman (2015) "To what extent can portable fluorescence spectroscopy be used in the real-time assessment of microbial water quality?" Science of the Total Environment Volume 352 

N Hudson, A Baker, D Reynolds (2007). “Fluorescence analysis of dissolved organic matter in natural, waste and polluted waters.” River Research 23: 631-649.

A Baker (2001). “Fluorescence excitation-emission matrix characterization of some sewage impacted rivers.” Environmental Science & Technology 35(5): 948-953.

A Baker (2002b). “Spectrophotometric discrimination of river dissolved organic matter.” Hydrological Processes 16: 3203-3213.

A Baker, RGM Spencer (2004). “Characterization of dissolved organic matter from source to sea using fluorescence and absorbance spectroscopy.” Science of the Total Environment 333:217-232.

A Baker,et al. (2004). “Measurement of protein-like fluorescence in river and waste water using a handheld spectrophotometer.” Water Research 38:2934-2938.

M Bieroza, A Baker, J Bridgeman. (2008) “Relating freshwater organic matter fluorescence to organic carbon removal efficiency in drinking water treatment” Science of the Total Environment 10.1016.

M Bieroza, A Baker, J Bridgeman. (2009) “Exploratory analysis of excitation-emission matrix fluorescence spectra with self-organising maps as a basis for determination of organic matter removal efficiency  at water treatment works” Journal of Geophysical Research 114:G00F07

Cumberland SA & Baker A. (2007) “The freshwater dissolved organic matter fluorescence in total organic carbon relationship” Hydrological Processes 21 2093-2099

Hambly AC, Henderson RK, Baker A, Steutz RM, Khan SJ (2010) “Fluorescence monitoring for cross connection detection in water reuse systems; Australian case studies” Water Science & Technology 61.1.2010

Henderson RK, Baker A, Murphy KR, Hambly A, SJ Khan (2009) “Fluorescence as a potential monitoring tool for recycled water systems –a review” Water Research 1-19 2009
 

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