Development of Event-based Pathogen Monitoring Strategies for Watersheds

Development of Event-based Pathogen Monitoring Strategies for Watersheds

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It is widely known that microorganisms such as E. coli, Giardia and Cryptosporidium can enter streams during rain and snowmelt events. It is diffcult to accurately determine the magnitude and timing of transport during such events, and identifying the sources of these contaminants. Reports the results of a study where microbial and water-quality measurements were collected during storm events under a variety of meterological and land use conditions.An AXSYS troubleshooting guide was developed to help solve and repair other problems encountered with the AXSYS ... In June 2002, monitoring switched from ammonia to nitrite and nitrate/nitrite due to consistent non-detectable levels ofanbsp;...


Title:Development of Event-based Pathogen Monitoring Strategies for Watersheds
Author: Paula Rees, Sharon Long, Rebecca Baker, Daniel Bordeau, Routing Pei
Publisher:American Water Works Association - 2006
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