Water Research X

Papers
(The TQCC of Water Research X is 12. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Early-pandemic wastewater surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 in Southern Nevada: Methodology, occurrence, and incidence/prevalence considerations164
Co-quantification of crAssphage increases confidence in wastewater-based epidemiology for SARS-CoV-2 in low prevalence areas81
Limited simultaneous nitrification-denitrification (SND) in aerobic granular sludge systems treating municipal wastewater: Mechanisms and practical implications67
State of the art of urine treatment technologies: A critical review.64
Tools for interpretation of wastewater SARS-CoV-2 temporal and spatial trends demonstrated with data collected in the San Francisco Bay Area62
A review of long-term pesticide monitoring studies to assess surface water quality trends62
Paint particles in the marine environment: An overlooked component of microplastics57
Hospital discharges in urban sanitation systems: Long-term monitoring of wastewater resistome and microbiota in relationship to their eco-exposome48
Membrane aerated biofilm reactors for mainstream partial nitritation/anammox: Experiences using real municipal wastewater44
The grey water footprint of human and veterinary pharmaceuticals40
One-year stable pilot-scale operation demonstrates high flexibility of mainstream anammox application36
Capsid integrity quantitative PCR to determine virus infectivity in environmental and food applications – A systematic review36
Removal of pharmaceuticals from nitrified urine by adsorption on granular activated carbon35
COVID-19 and the call for ‘Safe Hands’: Challenges facing the under-resourced municipalities that lack potable water access - A case study of Chitungwiza municipality, Zimbabwe32
Wastewater treatment efficacy evaluated with in vitro bioassays30
The role of mobile genetic elements in organic micropollutant degradation during biological wastewater treatment28
Successful year-round mainstream partial nitritation anammox: Assessment of effluent quality, performance and N2O emissions27
Ammonia-oxidizing archaea and complete ammonia-oxidizing Nitrospira in water treatment systems26
Estimation of countrywide N2O emissions from wastewater treatment in Switzerland using long-term monitoring data24
Linking seasonal N2O emissions and nitrification failures to microbial dynamics in a SBR wastewater treatment plant24
Inactivation of RNA and DNA viruses in water by copper and silver ions and their synergistic effect23
Modeling the energy consumption of potable water reuse schemes23
Persistence of emerging viral fecal indicators in large-scale freshwater mesocosms22
Sewage sludge derived biochar for environmental improvement: Advances, challenges, and solutions22
Quantifying clogging patterns of infiltration systems to improve urban stormwater pollution reduction estimates21
Enhanced hydraulic cleanability of biofilms developed under a low phosphorus concentration in reverse osmosis membrane systems20
Microbial paracetamol degradation involves a high diversity of novel amidase enzyme candidates20
Use of trihalomethanes as a surrogate for haloacetonitrile exposure introduces misclassification bias20
Quantification of individual Rare Earth Elements from industrial sources in sewage sludge20
Quantifying the performance of dual-use rainwater harvesting systems19
Continuous high-frequency pesticide monitoring to observe the unexpected and the overlooked17
Engineered methanotrophic syntrophy in photogranule communities removes dissolved methane17
Optimized suspect screening approach for a comprehensive assessment of the impact of best management practices in reducing micropollutants transport in the Potomac River watershed16
CrAssphage for fecal source tracking in Chile: Covariation with norovirus, HF183, and bacterial indicators16
Controlling disinfection byproducts from treated wastewater using adsorption with granular activated carbon: Impact of pre-ozonation and pre-chlorination14
Making Waves: Why water reuse frameworks need to co-evolve with emerging small-scale technologies13
Semi-crystalline microplastics in wastewater plant effluents and removal efficiencies of post-treatment filtration systems12
The horizontal levee: a multi-benefit nature-based treatment system that improves water quality and protects coastal levees from the effects of sea level rise12
Low porosity, high areal-capacity Prussian blue analogue electrodes enhance salt removal and thermodynamic efficiency in symmetric Faradaic deionization with automated fluid control12
Microfluidic testing of flocculants for produced water treatment: Comparison with other methodologies12
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