Selected Blue Green References
Bartram, J. 2001. Toxic Cyanobacteria in Water. World Health Organization.
Carmichael , W. 2001. Assessment of Blue-Green Algal Toxins in Raw and Finished Drinking Water. AWWA Res. Fdn., Denver , CO .
Chorus, I. 2001. CyanoToxins: Occurrence, Causes, Consequences . Springer. New York. 357 pp.
Chorus, I. and J. Bartram. 1999. Toxic Cyanobacteria in Water. E&F Spon, New York .
Falconer, I.,R., 2005. Cyanobactrial Toxins of Drinking Water Supplies. CRC. New York. 262 pp.
Graham, J., J. Jones, S. Jones, J. Downing and T. Clevenger. 2004. Environmental factors influencing microcystin distribution and concentration in the Midwestern United States. Water Res. 38:4395-4404. Newcombe, G. 2002. Removal of Algal Toxins from Drinking Water Using Ozone and GAC. AWWA Res. Fdn., Denver , CO.
Hudnell, H.K. Cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms: state of the science and research needs. Springer, New York. 947. (link)
Huisman, J., Matthijs, H.C.P., Visser, P. M. 2005. Aquatic Ecology Series Vol. 3: Harmful Cyanobacteria. Springer. The Netherlands. 241 pp.
Newcombe, G. 2002. Removal of algal toxins from drinking water using ozone and GAC. AWWA Res. Fdn., Denver, CO.
Watanabe M.F. Harada K. Carmichael W.W. Fujiki H.1996. Toxic Microcystis. CRC. New York. 253 pp.
Westrick, J. A. 2003. Everything a manager should know about algal toxins but was afraid to ask. JAWWA 95 (9):26-34.
Yoo, S. 1995. Cyanobacterial (Blue-Green Algal) Toxins: A Resource Guide. AWWARF, Denver , CO.
Extensive collection of references related to algal methodologies, taxonomy, and control (Compiled by K. Wagner and A. St. Amand; originally obtained from http://www.phycotech.com. (file)