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Breeding success and causes of breeding failure of curlew Numenius arquata in Northern Ireland
1. The present study investigated breeding success and causes of breeding failure of curlew, a species for which the UK holds internationally important breeding numbers. Studies were undertakenExpand
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DIE‐OFF OF PATHOGENIC E. COLI O157:H7 IN SEWAGE CONTAMINATED WATERS
: E. coli O157:H7 is a pathogen that can be present in sewage contaminated waters. This organism poses a health risk for humans who come in contact with these waters via drinking, swimming, orExpand
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Estimating the abundance and hatching success of breeding Curlew Numenius arquata using survey data
Counts of individual Curlew and estimates of breeding pairs from ‘field-by-field’ surveys were highly correlated with the numbers of nesting pairs, as determined by intensive studies on 27 sitesExpand
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The effect of limestone dust on vegetation in an area with a Mediterranean climate
Abstract Possible effects of limestone dust on photosynthesis and transpiration throughout the summer season were assessed. Calculations were based on measurements of the dust accumulating on theExpand
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Determination of Survival Rates for Selected Bacterial and Protozoan Pathogens from Wet Weather Discharges
Pathogenic organisms found in sewage can adversely impact public health when the sewage is discharged to waters that humans come in contact with through wading, swimming, fishing, drinking, etc. UABExpand
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IN-SITU DIE-OFF OF INDICATOR BACTERIA AND PATHOGENS
Pathogenic organisms found in sewage can adversely impact public health when the sewage is discharged to waters that humans come in contact with through wading, swimming, fishing, drinking, etc. TheExpand
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Potential Human Health Effects Associated with Pathogens in Urban Wet Weather Flows
High concentrations of pathogens and indicator organisms found in urban receiving waters are a common cause of concern. Though some question the actual public health risk associated with exposure toExpand
Potential Human Health Effects Associated with Urban Wet Weather Flows
High concentrations of likely pathogens and indicator organisms found in urban receiving waters is a common cause of concern. Large amounts of resources are spent attempting to identify and correctExpand
Instream Steroid Hormone Levels in a CAFO-impacted Watershed and Biological Removal Strategies
Endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) are chemicals that interfere with normal hormone function, either via synthetic chemicals that act or block normal hormonal activity or through exposure to highExpand