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Knodler J.Michael A, Noyce DA, Kacir K, Brehmer C.  2005.  Evaluation of flashing yellow arrow in traffic signal displays with simultaneous permissive indications. Transportation Research Record. 1918:46-55.
Knodler J.Michael A, Noyce DA, Kacir K, Brehmer C.  2006.  Analysis of driver and pedestrian comprehension of requirements for permissive left-turn applications. Transportation Research Record. 1982(1):65-75.
Knodler J.Michael A, Noyce DA, Kacir K, Brehmer C.  2005.  Evaluation of traffic signal displays for protected-permissive left-turn control using driving simulator technology. Journal of Transportation Engineering. 131(4):270-278.
Knodler J.Michael A, Noyce DA, Kacir K, Brehmer C.  2006.  Potential application of flashing yellow arrow permissive indication in separated left-turn lanes. 1973:10-17.
Krem M., Hoque ST, Arwade SR, Breña SF.  2013.  Structural configuration and building energy performance. Journal of Architectural Engineering. 19(1):29-40.
Kuhn MR, Chang CS.  2006.  Stability, bifurcation, and softening in discrete systems: a conceptual approach for granular materials. International Journal of Solids and Structures. 43(20):6026-6051.
Kulkarni M, Green SK, Shea C, Queeney K.T..  2009.  Role of etching in aqueous oxidation of hydrogen-terminated Si (100). Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 113(23):10206–10214.
Kumpel E, Cock-Esteb A, Duret M, de Waal D, Khush, iv R.  2016.  Seasonal variation in drinking and domestic water sources and quality in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 95(2):437-445.
Kumpel E, Sridharan A, Kote T, Olmos A, Parikh TS.  2012.  NextDrop: Using Human Observations to Track Water Distribution. 6th USENIX/ACM Workshop on Networked Systems for Developing Regions.
Kumpel E, Nelson KL.  2016.  Intermittent Water Supply: Prevalence, Practice, and Microbial Water Quality. Environmental Science & Technology. 50(2):542–553.
Kumpel E, Nelson KL.  2013.  Comparing microbial water quality in an intermittent and continuous piped water supply. Water Research. 47(14):5176–5188.
Kumpel E, Woelfe-Erskine C., Ray I., Nelson K..  In Press.  Household water access and use in an intermittent piped water distribution system. Water Resources Research.
Kumpel E, Nelson KL.  2014.  Mechanisms affecting water quality in an intermittent piped water supply. Environmental Science & Technology. 48(5):2766-2775.
Kumpel E, Peletz R, Albert J., de Waal D, Hirn D., Danilenko V., Uhl V., Daw A., Khush, iv R.  2016.  Urban water services in fragile states: An analysis of drinking water sources and quality in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, and Monrovia, Liberia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 95(1):229-238.
Kumpel E, Peletz R, Bonham M, Fay A, Cock-Esteb A, Khush, iv R.  2015.  When Are Mobile Phones Useful for Water Quality Data Collection? An Analysis of Data Flows and ICT Applications among Regulated Monitoring Institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 12(9):10846-10860.
Kumpel E, Peletz R, Bonham M, Khush, iv R.  2016.  Assessing Drinking Water Quality and water safety management in Sub-Saharan Africa using regulated monitoring data. Environmental Science & Technology. 50(20):10869–10876.
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LaFave JM, Pfeiffer DW, Sund DJ, Lovett D, Civjan SA.  2002.  Using mineral and chemical durability enhancing admixtures in structural concrete. Concrete International. 24(8):71-78.
Landon MM, Degroot DJ, Sheahan TC.  2007.  Nondestructive sample quality assessment of a soft clay using shear wave velocity. Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. 133(4):424-432.
Langsdale S, Beall A, Bourget E, Hagen E, Kudlas S, Palmer RN, Tate D, Werick W.  2013.  Collaborative modeling for decision support in water resources: Principles and best practices. Journal of the American Water Resources Association . 49(3):629-638.
Lau BLT.  2011.  Understanding how nanoparticles behave in natural and engineered waters. Journal of the American Waterworks Association. 103(11):20-22.
Lau BLT, Hsu-Kim H.  2008.  Precipitation and growth of zinc sulfide nanoparticles in the presence of thiol-containing natural organic ligands. Environmental Science Technology. 42(19):7236–7241.
Lau BLT, Harrington GW, Anderson MA, Tejedor I.  2005.  Physicochemical aspects of Cryptosporidium surrogate removal in carbon block filtration. Journal of Americal Water Works Association. 97(2):92-101.
Lau BLT, Huang R, Madden AS.  2013.  Electrostatic adsorption of hematite nanoparticles on self assembled monolayer surfaces. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 15(8):1873-1882.
Lau BLT, Sharma K, Liu H, Li J, Yu T, Liu Y.  2009.  Biofilm fixed film systems. Water Environment Research. 81(10):1194-1216.
Lau BLT, Butler CS.  2016.  Censored at the nanoscale. Frontiers in Microbiology. 7(253)
Lau BLT, Hockaday WC, Ikuma K, Furman O, Decho AW.  2013.  A Preliminary assessment of the interactions between the capping agents of silver nanoparticles and environmental organics. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 435( IAP 2012):22-27.
Laverty MM, Ahlfeld D. P., Tobiason JE.  2010.  Three-dimensional numerical modeling of hydrodynamics and transport in the Wachusett Reservoir. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2010. :1209-1214.
Lawler DF, Mikelonis AM, Kim I, Lau BLT, Youn S.  2013.  Silver nanoparticle removal from drinking water: flocculation/sedimentation or filtration? Water Science & Technology: Water Supply. 13(5):1181-1187.
Lawler DF, O'Melia CR, Tobiason JE.  1980.  Integral Water Treatment Plant Design: From Particle Size to Plant Performance. Particulates in Water: Characterization, Fate, Effects, and Removal. 189:353-388.
Lawler DF, O'Melia CR, Tobiason JE.  1980.  Integral Water Treatment Plant Design: From Particle Size to Plant Performance. Particulates in Water: Characterization, Fate, Effects, and Removal. :353–388.

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