Research and Publications
Articles on Misconnections
Research Papers on measuring Tryptophan for water quality purposes.
Relevant research in the water analysis area,
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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