Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

7. Kumpel, E., R. Peletz, J. Albert, D. de Waal, M. Hirn, A. Danilenko, V. Uhl, A. Daw, and R. Khush (2016). Urban water services in fragile states: A comparison of water quality between Port Harcourt, Nigeria and Monrovia, Liberia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (Forthcoming). online

6. Kumpel, E., Nelson, K.L. (2016). Intermittent Water Supply: Prevalence, Practice, and Microbial Water Quality. Environmental Science & Technology 50 (2). doi:10.1021/acs.est.5b03973. online

5. Peletz, R., Kumpel, E., M. Bonham, Z. Rahman, and R. Khush (2016). To what extent is drinking water tested in sub-Saharan Africa? A comparative analysis of regulated water quality monitoring. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13 (3). online

4. Ercumen, A., B. F. Arnold, Kumpel, E., Z. Burt, I. Ray, K. Nelson, and J. M. Colford Jr. (2015). Upgrading a Piped Water Supply from Intermittent to Continuous Delivery and Association with Waterborne Illness: A Matched Cohort Study in Urban India. PLoS Medicine 12 (10). online

3. Kumpel, E., R. Peletz, M. Bonham, A. Fay, A. Cock-Esteb, and R. Khush (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). online

2. Kumpel, E. and Nelson, K. L. (2014) Mechanisms affecting water quality in intermittent supply. Environmental Science & Technology, 48 (5), 2766–2775. online

1. Kumpel, E. and Nelson, K. L. (2013) Comparing Microbial Water Quality in an Intermittent and Continuous Piped Water Supply. Water Research, 47 (14), 5176–5188. 
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Dissertation

Kumpel, E. “Water Quality and Quantity in Intermittent and Continuous Piped Water Supplies in Hubli-Dharwad, India.” , University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, 2013. online (open access)