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Émile Sylvestre
Émile Sylvestre
Assistant Professor, TU Delft
Verified email at tudelft.nl - Homepage
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Can routine monitoring of E. coli fully account for peak event concentrations at drinking water intakes in agricultural and urban rivers?
É Sylvestre, JB Burnet, P Smeets, G Medema, M Prévost, S Dorner
Water research 170, 115369, 2020
282020
Tracking the contribution of multiple raw and treated wastewater discharges at an urban drinking water supply using near real-time monitoring of β-d-glucuronidase activity
JB Burnet, É Sylvestre, J Jalbert, S Imbeault, P Servais, M Prévost, ...
Water research 164, 114869, 2019
262019
Microbial risk associated with CSOs upstream of drinking water sources in a transboundary river using hydrodynamic and water quality modeling
M Taghipour, A Shakibaeinia, É Sylvestre, S Tolouei, S Dorner
Science of the total environment 683, 547-558, 2019
182019
Demonstrating the reduction of enteric viruses by drinking water treatment during snowmelt episodes in urban areas
É Sylvestre, M Prévost, JB Burnet, X Pang, Y Qiu, P Smeets, G Medema, ...
Water Research X 11, 100091, 2021
132021
Impact of Hydrometeorological Events for the Selection of Parametric Models for Protozoan Pathogens in Drinking‐Water Sources
É Sylvestre, JB Burnet, S Dorner, P Smeets, G Medema, M Villion, ...
Risk Analysis 41 (8), 1413-1426, 2021
112021
Automated targeted sampling of waterborne pathogens and microbial source tracking markers using near-real time monitoring of microbiological water quality
JB Burnet, M Habash, M Hachad, Z Khanafer, M Prévost, P Servais, ...
Water 13 (15), 2069, 2021
102021
Hands are frequently contaminated with fecal bacteria and enteric pathogens globally: A systematic review and meta-analysis
ME Cantrell, É Sylvestre, HC Wharton, R Scheidegger, L Curchod, ...
ACS Environmental Au 3 (3), 123-134, 2023
82023
Importance of Distributional Forms for the Assessment of Protozoan Pathogens Concentrations in Drinking‐Water Sources
É Sylvestre, M Prévost, P Smeets, G Medema, JB Burnet, P Cantin, ...
Risk Analysis 41 (8), 1396-1412, 2021
82021
Using surrogate data to assess risks associated with microbial peak events in source water at drinking water treatment plants
É Sylvestre, M Prévost, JB Burnet, P Smeets, G Medema, M Hachad, ...
Water Research 200, 117296, 2021
82021
Waterborne virus transport and the associated risks in a large lake
C Li, É Sylvestre, X Fernandez-Cassi, TR Julian, T Kohn
Water research 229, 119437, 2023
62023
Changes in Escherichia coli to enteric protozoa ratios in rivers: Implications for risk-based assessment of drinking water treatment requirements
É Sylvestre, S Dorner, JB Burnet, P Smeets, G Medema, P Cantin, ...
Water research 205, 117707, 2021
42021
Legionella relative abundance in shower hose biofilms is associated with specific microbiome members
A Cavallaro, WJ Rhoads, É Sylvestre, T Marti, JC Walser, F Hammes
FEMS microbes 4, xtad016, 2023
12023
Protection des sources d'eau potable de surface Quel est le cadre juridique québécois en place?
É Sylvestre, S Dorner
Vecteur Environnement 50 (3), 34-37, 2017
12017
Monitoring ESBL-Escherichia coli in Swiss wastewater between November 2021 and November 2022: insights into population carriage
S Conforti, A Holschneider, É Sylvestre, TR Julian
Msphere 9 (5), e00760-23, 2024
2024
A critical evaluation of parametric models for predicting faecal indicator bacteria concentrations in greywater
É Sylvestre, MA Jahne, E Reynaert, E Morgenroth, TR Julian
Microbial Risk Analysis, 100297, 2024
2024
β-D-glucuronidase activity triggered monitoring of fecal contamination using microbial and chemical source tracking markers at drinking water intakes
M Hachad, JB Burnet, É Sylvestre, SV Duy, R Villemur, S Sauvé, ...
Water Research, 121374, 2024
2024
Leveraging regulatory monitoring data for quantitative microbial risk assessment of Legionella pneumophila in cooling towers
E Sylvestre, D Charron, X Lefebvre, E Bedard, M Prevost
medRxiv, 2024.05. 19.24307585, 2024
2024
Quantification of Legionella pneumophila in building potable water systems: a meta-analysis comparing qPCR and culture-based detection methods
E Sylvestre, WJ Rhoads, TR Julian, F Hammes
medRxiv, 2024.05. 02.24306716, 2024
2024
Module 16 Legionella Control in Building Water Systems: A Guide for Building Managers and Operators
É Sylvestre, TR Julian
Canadian Committee on Indoor Air Quality, 2023
2023
Defining Risk-Based Monitoring Frequencies to Verify the Performance of Water Treatment Barriers
É Sylvestre, E Reynaert, TR Julian
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 10 (4), 379-384, 2023
2023
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