Sampling and Analysis of Indoor Microorganisms Hardback
Investigation techniques and analytical methodologies for addressing microbial contamination indoors Microbial contamination indoors is a significant environmental and occupational health and safety problem.
This book provides fundamental background information on fungal and bacterial growth indoors as well as in-depth, practical approaches to analyzing and remedying problems.
The information helps investigators, laboratory managers, and environmental health professionals properly use state-of-the-science methods and correctly interpret the results. With chapters by expert microbiologists, mycologists, environmental professionals, and industrial hygienists, Sampling and Analysis of Indoor Microorganisms is a multidisciplinary, comprehensive reference on advanced approaches, covering:* Microbiological problems in a water-damaged environment* Indoor construction techniques and materials that impact environmental microbiology* Microbial ecology indoors, airborne bacteria, genetic-based analytical methods, and statistical tools for microorganism analysis* Microbiological sampling approaches* Mold removal principles and methods, including specialized microbial remediation techniques for HVAC systems, legionellas and biofilms, and sewage contamination* A forensic approach toward the assessment of fungal growth in the indoor environment A must-have guide for practicing professionals, including environmental health and safety personnel, public health officials, and building and construction engineers and architects, this is also a valuable reference for attorneys, home inspectors, water restoration personnel, mold remediation contractors, insurance adjusters, and others.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 274 pages
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Publication Date: 20/02/2007
- Category: Chemistry
- ISBN: 9780471730934