Potential Microbiological Threat to the Vistula Waters by Its Tributaries in the Vicinity of Kraków

@inproceedings{LenartBoro2016PotentialMT,
  title={Potential Microbiological Threat to the Vistula Waters by Its Tributaries in the Vicinity of Krak{\'o}w},
  author={Anna Lenart-Boroń and Monika Puchala and Piotr Boroń},
  year={2016}
}
The Vistula is the longest river in Poland. It stretches from the Silesian Beskids to the Gulf of Gdansk. Water from the Vistula is the source of drinking water for many cities and is used in industry, and therefore its quality and microbiological purity is an important issue. The quality of water in the Vistula depends, among others, on the quality of water in its basin. The aim of this study is to assess microbiological hazard to the Vistula waters from its tributaries in the vicinity of… CONTINUE READING

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