Mary E. Schoen
Mary E. Schoen
Soller Environmental
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Estimated human health risks from exposure to recreational waters impacted by human and non-human sources of faecal contamination
JA Soller, ME Schoen, T Bartrand, JE Ravenscroft, NJ Ashbolt
Water research 44 (16), 4674-4691, 2010
Assessing pathogen risk to swimmers at non-sewage impacted recreational beaches
ME Schoen, NJ Ashbolt
Environmental Science & Technology 44 (7), 2286-2291, 2010
Predicting pathogen risks to aid beach management: the real value of quantitative microbial risk assessment (QMRA)
NJ Ashbolt, ME Schoen, JA Soller, DJ Roser
Water research 44 (16), 4692-4703, 2010
Legionellae in engineered systems and use of quantitative microbial risk assessment to predict exposure
HY Buse, ME Schoen, NJ Ashbolt
Water research 46 (4), 921-933, 2012
An in-premise model for Legionella exposure during showering events
ME Schoen, NJ Ashbolt
Water research 45 (18), 5826-5836, 2011
Human health risk implications of multiple sources of faecal indicator bacteria in a recreational waterbody
JA Soller, ME Schoen, A Varghese, AM Ichida, AB Boehm, S Eftim, ...
Water research 66, 254-264, 2014
Preferences for change: Do individuals prefer voluntary actions, soft regulations, or hard regulations to decrease fossil fuel consumption?
SZ Attari, M Schoen, CI Davidson, ML DeKay, WB de Bruin, R Dawes, ...
Ecological Economics 68 (6), 1701-1710, 2009
Performance of two quantitative PCR methods for microbial source tracking of human sewage and implications for microbial risk assessment in recreational waters
C Staley, KV Gordon, ME Schoen, VJ Harwood
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (20), 7317-7326, 2012
Comparison of risk predicted by multiple norovirus dose–response models and implications for quantitative microbial risk assessment
N Van Abel, ME Schoen, JC Kissel, JS Meschke
Risk Analysis 37 (2), 245-264, 2017
Critical insights for a sustainability framework to address integrated community water services: Technical metrics and approaches
X Xue, ME Schoen, XC Ma, TR Hawkins, NJ Ashbolt, J Cashdollar, ...
Water Research 77, 155-169, 2015
Risk-based enteric pathogen reduction targets for non-potable and direct potable use of roof runoff, stormwater, and greywater
ME Schoen, NJ Ashbolt, MA Jahne, J Garland
Microbial risk analysis 5, 32-43, 2017
Estimated human health risks from recreational exposures to stormwater runoff containing animal faecal material
J Soller, T Bartrand, J Ravenscroft, M Molina, G Whelan, M Schoen, ...
Environmental modelling & software 72, 21-32, 2015
Evaluating the importance of faecal sources in human-impacted waters
ME Schoen, JA Soller, NJ Ashbolt
Water research 45 (8), 2670-2680, 2011
Distribution and potential significance of a gull fecal marker in urban coastal and riverine areas of southern Ontario, Canada
J Lu, H Ryu, S Hill, M Schoen, N Ashbolt, TA Edge, J Santo Domingo
Water research 45 (13), 3960-3968, 2011
Cost, energy, global warming, eutrophication and local human health impacts of community water and sanitation service options
ME Schoen, X Xue, A Wood, TR Hawkins, J Garland, NJ Ashbolt
Water Research 109, 186-195, 2017
Comparing the life cycle energy consumption, global warming and eutrophication potentials of several water and waste service options
X Xue, TR Hawkins, ME Schoen, J Garland, NJ Ashbolt
Water 8 (4), 154, 2016
Comparative human health risk analysis of coastal community water and waste service options
ME Schoen, X Xue, TR Hawkins, NJ Ashbolt
Environmental science & technology 48 (16), 9728-9736, 2014
Incidence of gastrointestinal illness following wet weather recreational exposures: Harmonization of quantitative microbial risk assessment with an epidemiologic investigation …
JA Soller, M Schoen, JA Steele, JF Griffith, KC Schiff
Water Research 121, 280-289, 2017
Technologic resilience assessment of coastal community water and wastewater service options
M Schoen, T Hawkins, X Xue, C Ma, J Garland, NJ Ashbolt
Sustainability of Water Quality and Ecology 6, 75-87, 2015
Simulation of enteric pathogen concentrations in locally-collected greywater and wastewater for microbial risk assessments
MA Jahne, ME Schoen, JL Garland, NJ Ashbolt
Microbial risk analysis 5, 44-52, 2017
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