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- Gold, Mark, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of environmental management 2018 v.223 pp. 633-643
- Escherichia coli; automation; beaches; coastal zone management; environmental factors; indicator species; managers; models; prediction; rain; regression analysis; water quality; water quality standards; waterborne diseases; California
- ... Fecal indicator bacteria like Escherichia coli and entercococci are monitored at beaches around the world to reduce incidence of recreational waterborne illness. Measurements are usually made weekly, but FIB concentrations can exhibit extreme variability, fluctuating at shorter periods. The result is that water quality has likely changed by the time data are provided to beachgoers. Here, we presen ...