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Sediment-borne Escherichia coli can elevate waterborne concentrations through sediment resuspension or hyporheic exchange. This study sought to correlate hydrological, sediment transport, and water… (More)
Modeling surface water Escherichia coli fate and transport requires partitioning E. coli into particle-attached and unattached fractions. Attachment is often assumed to be a constant fraction or is… (More)
Escherichia coli can persist in streambed sediments and influence water quality monitoring programs through their resuspension into overlying waters. This study examined the spatial patterns in E.… (More)
The influence of liquid dairy manure (LDM) application rates (12.5 and 25 kL ha) and soil type on the decay rates of library-independent fecal source tracking markers (host-associated and… (More)
AbstractPhosphate, a key nutrient for bacterial growth, is also a key component of many corrosion-control programs to manage lead and copper corrosion in premise plumbing. Bench-scale stagnant water… (More)
Deterministic watershed models can adequately predict surface water E. coli concentration by incorporating settling and resuspension routines. The partitioning of E. coli between planktonic and… (More)