Water & Wastewater

Energy and Water Distribution Interdependency Issues: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
Water Infrastructure Needs and Investment: Review and Analysis of Key Issues
Terrorism and Security Issues Facing the Water Infrastructure Sector
Terrorism and Security Issues Facing the Water Infrastructure Sector (Update)
AWWA – E-Journal
Large Water System Emergency Response Plan Outline
Response Protocol Toolbox: Planning for and Responding to Drinking Water Contamination Threats and Incidents
Vulnerability Assessment Fact-Sheet
Water Sector Mutual Aid and Assistance: Utilities Helping Utilities
A Water Security and Emergency Preparedness Training Workbook for Law Enforcement
The Water Security Research and Technical Support Plan
Water Security and You
Infrastructure Risk Analysis of Municipal Water Distribution System
“Methodologies for Reliability Analysis,” Ch. 7 in Water Supply Systems Security
Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Water Systems Vulnerable to Tampering
Roadmap for Modeling Risks of Terrorism to the Homeland
Threat Assessment of Water Supply Systems Using Markov Latent Effects Modeling
Toward A Systems-Based Vulnerability Assessment Methodology for Water Supply Systems
Water Distribution System Reliability Under a Fire Flow Condition: A Probabilistic Approach
Interim Voluntary Guidelines for Designing an Online Contaminant Monitoring System
Protecting Our Nation’s Water Supply: Best Probable Costs for Implementation of Vulnerability Assessments
Water Infrastructure: Comprehensive Asset Management Has Potential to Help Utilities Better Identify Needs and Plan Future Investments
Applying the General Theory of Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) to Terrorism Risk
“Assessing the Risks to Drinking-Water Supplies from Terrorists Attacks,” Ch. 6 in Water Supply Systems Security
Biological Warfare Agents as Threats to Potable Water
“Cyber Threats and IT/SCADA System Vulnerability,” Ch. 5 in Water Supply Systems Security
Feasibility of Biological Warfare Against Public Water Supplies
“Homeland UnSecured: The Bush Administration’s Hostility to Regulation and Ties to Industry Leave America Vulnerable”
“Microbiological Contaminants and Threats of Concern,” Ch. 2 in Water Supply Systems Security
“Natural and Terrorist Threats to Drinking Water Supplies”
“Protection the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure: The Vulnerability of U.S. Water Supply Systems”
“Reconstructing Historical Contamination Events,” Ch. 10 in Water Supply Systems Security
“Responding to a Contamination Threat in a Drinking Water Network: The Potential for Modeling and Monitoring,” Ch. 9 in Water Supply Systems Security
Risks of Terrorism to Information Technology and to Critical Interdependent Infrastructures
Terrorism and Security Issues Facing the Water Infrastructure Sector
Terrorism and Security Issues Facing the Water Infrastructure Sector
“Threats to Hoover Dam Assessed. Experts: Kamikaze Attack Unlikely to Succeed”
Water and Bioterrorism: Preparing for the Potential Threat to U.S. Water Supplies and Public Health
Water Supply and Wastewater Systems
Terrorism and Security Issues Facing the Water Infrastructure Sector
Belief Systems and Reducing Risks from Terrorism
Bioterrorism Preparedness Act Title IV: Drinking Water Security and Safety
“Contingency Planning for Emergency Water Supply in Non-Conventional Times,” Ch. 17 in Water Supply Systems Security
Delay Between Sensing and Response in Water Contamination Events
“Development of the Next Generation of Microbiological and Chemical Detection Capabilities for Water Supplies,” Ch. 18 in Water Supply Systems Security
Drinking Water: Experts’ Views on How Future Federal Funding Can Best Be Spent to Improve Security
Emergency preparedness and response
Enhance Security and Operations with Remote Monitoring
Early Warning Systems for Hazardous Biological Agents in Potable Water
An Environmental Sensor Network to Determine Drinking Water Quality and Security
GAO Protection of Chemical and Water Infrastructure: Federal Requirements,Actions of Selected Facilities, and Remaining Challenges
A General Integer-Programming-Based Framework for Sensor Placement in Municipal Water Networks
“Hydraulic and Water Quality Modeling for Contamination Response,” Ch. 15 in Water Supply Systems Security
Interim Voluntary Security Guidance for Water Utilities
A Multiple-Objective Analysis of Sensor Placement Optimization in Water Networks
Instructions to Assist Community Water Systems in Complying with the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002
National Drinking Water Advisory Council Water Security Working Group
“Optimal Monitoring Stations Allocations for Water Distribution Systems Security,” Ch. 16 in Water Supply Systems Security
“Optimal Location of Isolation Valves: A Reliability Approach,” Ch. 13 in Water Supply Systems Security
Protecting Water Supply Systems from Terrorists
Protection of Chemical and Water Infrastructure: Federal Requirements, Actions of Selected Facilities, and Remaining Challenges
Rapid analytical techniques for drinking water security investigations
Response Protocol Toolbox: Planning for and Responding to Drinking Water Contamination Threats and Incidents
Roadmap to Secure Control Systems in the Water Sector
Safeguarding the Nation’s Drinking Water: EPA and Congressional Actions
Securing Wastewater Facilities
Security Product Guide
Sensor Placement in Municipal Water Networks
Set Covering Formulation for Locating Water Quality Sensors in Distribution Systems
Terrorism and Security Issues Facing the Water Infrastructure Sector
Use of the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to Implement Security Measures at Public Water Systems
Vulnerability of Water Distribution Systems to Pathogen Intrusion: How Effective is a Disinfectant Residual?
Wastewater Facilities: Experts Views on How Federal Funds Should Be Spent to Improve Security
Water Infrastructure Security: Performance Metrics
Water Security Pilot Programs Get Federal Funding
Water Security Research and Technical Report Action Plan
“Water Supply Security: An Introduction”, Ch. 1 in Water Supply Systems Security
Water Utility Security: Multiple Hazards and Multiple Barriers