Bacteria Source Tracking Shapes a Holistic Watershed Management Plan
In 2005, several tidal water bodies near Savannah, Ga., were found to violate state fecal coliform and dissolved oxygen regulations. When the city and nearby stakeholders drew up a holistic watershed management plan, bacterial source tracking and fluorometry enabled them to target pollution reduction efforts.
Rogers, Peter D., Laura Walker, Marc Frischer.
"Bacteria Source Tracking Shapes a Holistic Watershed Management Plan."
Opflow, 41 (5): 18-21.
doi: 10.5991/OPF.2015.41.0027 source: https://awwa.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.5991/OPF.2015.41.0027