Brian M. Pecson, Ph.D.

2006 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Environmental Engineering, Sanitary and Municipal Engineering, Microbiology Biology
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Kara L. Nelson grad student 2006 UC Berkeley
 (Improving methods for the control of Ascaris eggs in wastewater sludge.)
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Fidjeland J, Nordin A, Pecson BM, et al. (2016) Corrigendum to "Modeling the inactivation of ascaris eggs as a function of ammonia concentration and temperature" [Water Res. 83 (2015) 153-160]. Water Research. 94: 384
Fidjeland J, Nordin A, Pecson BM, et al. (2015) Modeling the inactivation of ascaris eggs as a function of ammonia concentration and temperature. Water Research. 83: 153-60
Pecson BM, Trussell RS, Pisarenko AN, et al. (2015) Achieving reliability in potable reuse: The four rs Journal - American Water Works Association. 107: 48-58
Sigstam T, Gannon G, Cascella M, et al. (2013) Subtle differences in virus composition affect disinfection kinetics and mechanisms. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 79: 3455-67
Wigginton KR, Pecson BM, Sigstam T, et al. (2012) Virus inactivation mechanisms: impact of disinfectants on virus function and structural integrity. Environmental Science & Technology. 46: 12069-78
Pecson BM, Decrey L, Kohn T. (2012) Photoinactivation of virus on iron-oxide coated sand: enhancing inactivation in sunlit waters. Water Research. 46: 1763-70
Decrey L, Udert KM, Tilley E, et al. (2011) Fate of the pathogen indicators phage ΦX174 and Ascaris suum eggs during the production of struvite fertilizer from source-separated urine. Water Research. 45: 4960-72
Pecson BM, Ackermann M, Kohn T. (2011) Framework for using quantitative PCR as a nonculture based method to estimate virus infectivity. Environmental Science & Technology. 45: 2257-63
Pecson BM, Martin LV, Kohn T. (2009) Quantitative PCR for determining the infectivity of bacteriophage MS2 upon inactivation by heat, UV-B radiation, and singlet oxygen: advantages and limitations of an enzymatic treatment to reduce false-positive results. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 75: 5544-54
Pecson BM, Barrios JA, Jiménez BE, et al. (2007) The effects of temperature, pH, and ammonia concentration on the inactivation of Ascaris eggs in sewage sludge. Water Research. 41: 2893-902
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