Carolina Public Health magazine - From the Neuse to the Nile (Fall, 2007)

Table of Contents

From the Dean’s desk PDF HTML
Gillings Gift gives means to anticipate, accelerate public health solutions PDF HTML
From the Neuse to the Nile PDF HTML
H.G. Baity: A pioneering envrionmentalist PDF HTML
Carolina Water — How we make a difference PDF HTML

 

Quick — What’s polluting the water? PDF HTML
Storm water run-off — A significant pollution source PDF HTML
Drink it up! PDF HTML
Protecting the Neuse River Estuary PDF HTML
Where will we get the water? PDF HTML
The lake that almost wasn’t PDF HTML
Reclaiming our water PDF HTML
Creating sustainable water systems PDF HTML
Sharing the Nile PDF HTML
Community commitment key to successful water services PDF HTML
Clean water, healthy water? Assessing the health risks of treated drinking water PDF HTML
Filtering water in homes PDF HTML
Carolina students bring fresh water to Cambodian school children PDF HTML
Membrane technologies enable water reclamation PDF HTML
Cleaning contaminated groundwater more effectively PDF HTML
Reducing health risks of treated wastewater PDF HTML
UNC faculty train North Carolina wastewater treatment plant operators HTML
Getting water to your tap PDF HTML
School project grows into acclaimed WaterPartners International PDF HTML
For World Bank’s Briscoe, study of water is vital, moving PDF HTML
School’s Nutrition Research Institute gearing up in Kannapolis, N.C. PDF HTML
Awards and recognition PDF HTML
Top health consultant thanks School for “ticket” to success PDF HTML
Renowned environmental engineering professor continues history of giving PDF HTML
Former student endows School with scholarship for the physically challenged PDF HTML
Fred Brown Jr., MPH and Laura Brown — Promoting public health collaboration and synergy PDF HTML
Water tips HTML