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Rolph, Catherine A.; Gwyther, Ceri L.; Tyrrel, Sean F.; Nasir, Zaheer A.; Drew, Gillian H.; Jackson, Simon K.; Khera, Shagun; Hayes, Enda T.; Williams, Ben; Bennett, Allan; Collins, Samuel; Walsh, Kerry; Kinnersley, Rob and Gladding, Toni L. (2018). Sources of Airborne Endotoxins in Ambient Air and Exposure of Nearby Communities—A Review. Atmosphere, 9(10), article no. 375.

Hassard, Francis; Gwyther, Ceri L.; Farkas, Kata; Andrews, Anthony; Jones, Vera; Cox, Brian; Brett, Howard; Jones, Davey L.; McDonald, James E. and Malham, Shelagh K. (2016). Abundance and Distribution of Enteric Bacteria and Viruses in Coastal and Estuarine Sediments—a Review. Frontiers in Microbiology, 7, article no. 1692.

Gwyther, Ceri L.; Jones, Davey L.; Gertler, Christoph; Edwards-Jones, Gareth and Williams, A. Prysor (2014). Changes in the physicochemical properties and enzymatic activity of waste during bioreduction of pig carcasses. Environmental Technology, 35(15) pp. 1904–1915.

Gwyther, Ceri L.; Jones, David L.; Golyshin, Peter N.; Edwards-Jones, Gareth; McKillen, John; McNair, Irene; McDonald, James E. and Williams, A. Prysor (2013). Bioreduction of Sheep Carcasses Effectively Contains and Reduces Pathogen Levels under Operational and Simulated Breakdown Conditions. Environmental Science & Technology, 47(10) pp. 5267–5275.

Gwyther, Ceri L.; Jones, David L.; Golyshin, Peter N.; Edwards-Jones, Gareth and Williams, A. Prysor (2012). Fate of pathogens in a simulated bioreduction system for livestock carcasses. Waste Management, 32(5) pp. 933–938.

Gwyther, Ceri L.; Williams, A. Prysor; Golyshin, Peter N.; Edwards-Jones, Gareth and Jones, David L. (2011). The environmental and biosecurity characteristics of livestock carcass disposal methods: A review. Waste Management, 31(4) pp. 767–778.

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