Effects of autochthonous microbial community on the die-off of fecal indicators in tropical beach sand.

Abstract

The recently observed high levels of fecal indicators in beach sand confound beach water monitoring efforts. The high levels of fecal indicators may be caused by the loss or the reduced activities of common environmental stresses controlling die-off in the sand. Microcosm experiments were conducted to compare the effects of biotic stresses from… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1574-6941.2010.00921.x

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