Rainfall-induced release of fecal coliforms and other manure constituents: comparison and modeling.

@article{Guber2006RainfallinducedRO,
  title={Rainfall-induced release of fecal coliforms and other manure constituents: comparison and modeling.},
  author={Andrey K. Guber and Daniel R. Shelton and Y. A. Pachepsky and Ali M. Sadeghi and Lawrence J. Sikora},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={72 12},
  pages={7531-9}
}
Modeling release of fecal coliforms is an important component of fate and transport simulations related to environmental water quality. Manure constituents other than fecal coliforms may serve as natural tracers of fecal contamination provided that their release from manure to runoff is similar to the fecal coliform release. The objectives of this work were to compare release of fecal coliforms (FC), chloride (Cl-), organic carbon (OC), and water-soluble phosphorus (P) from dissolving manure… CONTINUE READING

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