Michèle Prévost mainly investigates Environmental chemistry, Water treatment, Chromatography, Wastewater and Environmental engineering. Michèle Prévost combines subjects such as Cyanobacteria, Microcystis aeruginosa, Contamination and Aphanizomenon with her study of Environmental chemistry. Her studies in Water treatment integrate themes in fields like Ecology, Water pollution, Water quality, Ozone and Filtration.
Her research in Chromatography intersects with topics in Bacterial Viability and Incubation. Michèle Prévost has included themes like Effluent and Sewage in her Wastewater study. Her research integrates issues of Sampling, Sampling protocol, Particulates and Risk assessment in her study of Environmental engineering.
Michèle Prévost focuses on Environmental engineering, Water quality, Water treatment, Environmental chemistry and Distribution system. Michèle Prévost studies Environmental engineering, namely Tap water. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Water pollution and Water quality.
Her work carried out in the field of Water treatment brings together such families of science as Raw water, Spore, Biomass, Biofilter and Filtration. The various areas that Michèle Prévost examines in her Environmental chemistry study include Cyanobacteria, Organic matter, Wastewater and Chlorine. Her Wastewater study also includes fields such as
Water quality, Wastewater, Sampling, Environmental chemistry and Sewage are her primary areas of study. She interconnects β d glucuronidase and Environmental health in the investigation of issues within Water quality. Michèle Prévost combines subjects such as Veterinary medicine, Indicator bacteria, Tap water and Effluent with her study of Wastewater.
Her Effluent research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Detection limit, Solid phase extraction, Extraction, Matrix and Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry. The various areas that she examines in her Sampling study include Exposure assessment, Volumetric flow rate, Hydrometeorology and Gamma distribution. She has researched Environmental chemistry in several fields, including Ultrapure water, Community structure and Ozone.
Her primary areas of study are Sewage, Wastewater, Service line, Sampling and Water quality. In her research on the topic of Sewage, Feces, Escherichia coli, Bacteroidales and Veterinary medicine is strongly related with Indicator bacteria. Her work deals with themes such as Solid phase extraction, Chromatography, Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry and Effluent, which intersect with Wastewater.
Her Effluent study combines topics in areas such as Extraction, Matrix, Detection limit, Tap water and Environmental chemistry. Her studies deal with areas such as Cryptosporidium, Giardia and Clostridium perfringens as well as Environmental chemistry. Water quality connects with themes related to Scope in her study.
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LIVE/DEAD® BacLight™: application of a new rapid staining method for direct enumeration of viable and total bacteria in drinking water
Lina Boulos;Michèle Prévost;Benoit Barbeau;Josée Coallier.
Journal of Microbiological Methods (1999)
A prospective epidemiological study of gastrointestinal health effects due to the consumption of drinking water
Pierre Payment;Jack Siemiatycki;Lesley Richardson;Gilles Renaud.
International Journal of Environmental Health Research (1997)
Ozone oxidation of pharmaceuticals, endocrine disruptors and pesticides during drinking water treatment.
R. Broséus;S. Vincent;K. Aboulfadl;A. Daneshvar.
Water Research (2009)
Kinetic and thermodynamic aspects of adsorption of arsenic onto granular ferric hydroxide (GFH).
Kashi Banerjee;Gary L. Amy;Michele Prevost;Shokoufeh Nour.
Water Research (2008)
Impact of temperature on nitrification in biological activated carbon (BAC) filters used for drinking water treatment
Anneli Andersson;Patrick Laurent;Anne Kihn;Michèle Prévost.
Water Research (2001)
Analysis of natural and synthetic estrogenic endocrine disruptors in environmental waters using online preconcentration coupled with LC-APPI-MS/MS.
L. Viglino;K. Aboulfadl;K. Aboulfadl;M. Prévost;S. Sauvé.
Toxic cyanobacterial breakthrough and accumulation in a drinking water plant: a monitoring and treatment challenge.
Arash Zamyadi;Sherri L. MacLeod;Yan Fan;Natasha McQuaid.
Water Research (2012)
Occurrence of pathogenic microorganisms in the Saint Lawrence River (Canada) and comparison of health risks for populations using it as their source of drinking water.
Pierre Payment;Aminata Berte;Michèle Prévost;Bruno Ménard.
Canadian Journal of Microbiology (2000)
Assessing the public health risk of microbial intrusion events in distribution systems: Conceptual model, available data, and challenges
Marie-Claude Besner;Michèle Prévost;Stig Regli.
Water Research (2011)
Evaluating pharmaceuticals and caffeine as indicators of fecal contamination in drinking water sources of the Greater Montreal region
Atlasi Daneshvar;Khadija Aboulfadl;Liza Viglino;Romain Broséus.
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