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This study was aimed to determine the anthropogenic and natural factors affecting spatial and temporal changes in the physicochemical parameters and bacterial indicators of water quality in the river Białka. The impact of intensive development of the tourist infrastructure on the quality of river...

Author(s)
Bojarczuk, A.; Jelonkiewicz, Ł.; Lenart-Boroń, A.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2018, 25, 10, pp 10102-10114
Abstract

There are numerous freshwater springs within the Nature Park Medvednica. The purpose of this investigation was to determine whether water from selected springs close to popular visitor spots is suitable for drinking at the sampling time. Water samples were collected on 11 December 2016 from the...

Author(s)
Dekić, S.; Hrenović, J.
Publisher
Hrvatske Vode, Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Hrvatske Vode, 2017, 25, 99, pp 13-16
Abstract

Water is an essential resource to the survival of all living beings and the supply in quantity and quality are fundamental to the perfect maintenance of human life. The objective of this paper is to make a diagnosis of three water fountains located in Engenho Ramos, Paudalho-PE. There were made...

Author(s)
Vasconcelos Filho, F. A. de; Peixoto, L. J. e S.; Leite, A. I.; Peixoto, R. de M.
Publisher
Higiene Alimentar, São Paulo, Brazil
Citation
Revista Higiene Alimentar, 2014, 28, 230/231, pp 174-179
Abstract

Tourists visiting to endemic zones may acquire Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) infection resulting into diarrhea due to consumption of contaminated potable waters. In this study, a qPCR assay (SYBR Green), targeting LT1 and ST1 genes was designed to quantify ETEC in potable waters derived...

Author(s)
Patel, C. B.; Vajpayee, P.; Singh, G.; Upadhyay, R. S.; Shanker, R.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2011, 74, 8, pp 2292-2298

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