Investigation techniques and analytical methodologies for addressing microbial contamination indoorsMicrobial 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 environmentIndoor construction techniques and materials that impact environmental microbiologyMicrobial ecology indoors, airborne bacteria, genetic-based analytical methods, and statistical tools for microorganism analysisMicrobiological sampling approachesMold removal principles and methods, including specialized microbial remediation techniques for HVAC systems, legionellas and biofilms, and sewage contaminationA forensic approach toward the assessment of fungal growth in the indoor environmentA 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.

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