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A number of tourists visit beaches in the summer to enjoy sea bathing. However, numerous accidents occur on the eastern coast because of the topographical characteristics of the beach, and most accidents are caused by rip currents. Additionally, in the summer, as many tourists prefer beaches near...

Author(s)
Lee JungLyul; Kim InHo; Yeon YoonJeong; Lee JooYong
Publisher
Coastal Education and Research Foundation, Coconut Creek, USA
Citation
Journal of Coastal Research, 2017, 33, Special Issue 79, pp 249-253
Abstract

Objective: It is aimed to determine the possible effects of microbial pollution caused by boat/yacht wastewater and visitors (swimmer) on public health in Phaselis bay. Method: Sampling took place three times a day in the morning, noon and evening between 08: 00-18: 30, on weekends in August 2008...

Author(s)
İçemer, G. T.; Bayrak-Çamlıca, Y. B.; Atıcı, T.
Publisher
Türkiye Halk Saglıgı Kurumu, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Türk Hijyen ve Deneysel Biyoloji Dergisi, 2017, 74, Suppl. 1, pp 87-94
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This paper describes a two-year performance evaluation of four different constructed wetland (CW) treatment systems designed by IRIDRA Srl, located in central Italy. All four CW systems were established to treat wastewater effluent from different tourist activities: (1) one single-stage CW for...

Author(s)
Masi, F.; Martinuzzi, N.; Bresciani, R.; Giovannelli, L.; Conte, G.
Publisher
IWA Publishing, London, UK
Citation
Water Science and Technology, 2007, 56, 3, pp 39-48
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The objective was to evaluate representative bacterial indicators found in the Nanshih River, a resource having multiple uses including recreation, water supply, and agriculture. Human activities were investigated in order to clarify the relationship between bacterial indicators and point source...

Author(s)
Chang YiTang; Chang YuJie
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Desalination and Water Treatment, 2014, 52, 4/6, pp 1130-1142

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