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  1. United Nations Environment Programme (2023). Bracing for Superbugs: Strengthening
    environmental action in the One Health response to antimicrobial resistance. Geneva.
    (Primary Scientific Authors: Ed Topp, David W. Graham, Teresa Coque, Anthony So, and
    Amy Pruden)
  2. Garner, E.D.; Matthew Forrest Blair, Connor Brown, Abraham Cullom, Benjamin C Davis,
    Sudeshna Ghosh, Mariah Gnegy, Suraj Gupta, Ishi Keenum, Krista Liguori, Ayella Maile-
    Moskowitz, Erin Milligan, Jin Pan, Aaron J Prussin II, Katie Scott, Lenwood S. Heath, Linsey C. Marr, Peter J. Vikesland, Liqing Zhang, Amy Pruden. (2023) The Use of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Technologies and Metagenomics Approaches to Evaluate Water and Wastewater Quality Monitoring and Treatment Technologies. Denver, CO: The Water Research Foundation Project 4961.
  3. Liguori, K., I. Keenum, B. Davis, E. Milligan, L. S. Heath, A. Pruden, J. Calarco, and V. J. Harwood. 2023. Standardizing Methods with QA/QC Standards for Investigating the Occurrence and Removal of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria/Antibiotic Resistance Genes (ARB/ARGs) in Surface Water, Wastewater, and Recycled Water. Denver, CO: The Water Research Foundation Project 5052. 239 pp. ISBN: 978-1-60573-619-8.
  4. Dowdell, K.; Raskin, L.; Olson, T.; Haig, S.J.; Dai, D.; Edwards, M.A.; Pruden, A. (2022). Methods for Detecting and Differentiating Opportunistic Premise Plumbing Pathogens (OPPPs) to Determine Efficacy of Control and Treatment Technologies. Denver, CO: The Water Research Foundation Project 4721.
  5. Jin, L., Pruden, A., Boehm, A. B., Alvarez, P. J. J., Raskin, L., Kohn, T., and Li, X. (2022). Integrating Environmental Dimensions of "One Health" to Combat Antimicrobial Resistance: Essential Research Needs. Environmental Science & Technology doi:10.1021/acs.est.2c01651
  6. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 2019. Management of Legionella in Water Systems. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. 13 Contributing Authors: Rose, J.R; Ashbolt, N.J.; Berkelman, R.; Gutelius, B.J.; Haas, C.N.; LeChevallier, M.; Letson, J.T.; Pergam, S.A.; Prevost, M.; Pruden, A.; Swanson, M.; van der Wielen, P.; and Nguyen Weekes, L.C..
  7. Pruden, A.; Bott, C.; Blair, M.F.*; Miller, J.H.*; Vaidya, R.* (2020). Characterization of Organic Carbon and Microbial Communities for the Optimization of Biologically-Active Carbon (BAC) Filtration for Potable Reuse. Water Research Foundation Project 4872/U1R16 Final Report. 305 pp.
  8. Salveson, A., Sutherland, J., Garvey, E., Charbonnet, E., and  Steinle‐Darling, E., Edwards, M.A., Pruden, A., Garner, E.*, Parks, J., Dickenson, E., Glover, C., Inyang, M.,  Grimaldi, A., Trussell, S., Trussell, B., Monroy I., Baribeau, A. (2018). Blending Requirements for Water from Direct Potable Reuse Treatment Facilities (project 4536) Water Research Foundation. 268 pp.
  9. Bope, Ashleigh; Weir, Mark H.; Pruden, Amy; Morowitz, M.; Mitchell, J.; Dannemiller, K.C. (2018). Translating research to policy at the NCSE 2017 symposium "Microbiology of the Built Environment: Implications for Health and Design". Microbiome. 6: 160.
  10. Berkelman, R.L. and Pruden, A. (2017). Prevention of Legionnaires’ Disease in the 21 st Century by Advancing Science and Public Health Practice. Emerging Infectious Diseases. Vol. 23
  11. Edwards, M.A. and Pruden, A. (2016). The Flint Water Crisis: Overturning the Research Paradigm to Advance Science and Defend Public Welfare. Environ. Sci. Technol. 17:8935–8936. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b03573
  12. Pruden, A., Miller, J.H. (2015). Next Generation Tools for Assessing Death and Decay of Critical Wastewater Bacteria. Unsolicited Project U1R12 Final Report. Water Environment Federation. Alexandria, VA, 160 pages.
  13. Rhoads, W.J.*, Pearce, A., Pruden, A., and Edwards, M.A. (2015). Anticipating the Effects of Green Buildings on Water Quality and Infrastructure. Journal American Water Works Association Invited Feature 107(4):50-61.
  14. Edwards, M., Rhoads, W.J., Pruden, A., Pearce, A., and Falkinham III, J.O. (2014). Green Water Systems and Opportunistic Premise Plumbing Pathogens The grand challenge of meeting water and energy sustainability goals without endangering public health. Plumbing Engineer, Nov. 14, pp. 63-65.
  15. Pruden, A., Edwards, M.A., Falkinham III, J.O., Arduino, M., Bird, J., Birdnow, R., Bédard, E, Camper, A., Clancy, J., Hilborn, E., Hill, V., Martin, A., Masters, S., Pace, N.R., Prevost, M., Rosenblatt, A., Rhoads, W., Stout, J.E., and Zhang, Y. (2013). Research Needs for Opportunistic Pathogens in Premise Plumbing: Methodology, Microbial Ecology, and Epidemiology. Water Research Foundation Project 4379 Final Report. Water Research Foundation. Denver, CO, 188 pages.
  16. Edwards, M.A., Pruden, A., Falkinham III, J.O., Brazeau, R.*, Williams, K.*, Wang, H.*, Martin, A.* and Rhoads, W*. (2013). Relationship Between Biodegradable Organic Matter and Pathogen Concentrations in Premise Plumbing. Project 4251 Final Report. Water Research Foundation. Denver, CO. 111 pages.
  17. Novak, J.T., Pruden, A., and P.J. Vikesland. (2012). Treatment Processes for Removal of Emerging Contaminants. Water Environment Research Foundation Report INFR8SG09.
  18. Roesner, L., Pruden, A., Kidner, E.M*. (2008). Improved Protocol For Classification And Analysis Of Stormwater-Borne Solids. ISBN: 9781843397762 Format: Paperback; Publish Date: 09/30/08; Publisher: International Water Association; Item Number: INTWA339776
  19. Pruden, A. (2007). Groundwater Poised for Center Stage With Water-Quality Biotechnology. Water Environment Research 79 (1): 3-4.