Separate and combined effects of solar radiation, temperature, salinity, and pH on the survival of faecal coliforms in seawater

@inproceedings{oli1992SeparateAC,
  title={Separate and combined effects of solar radiation, temperature, salinity, and pH on the survival of faecal coliforms in seawater},
  author={Mladen {\vS}oli{\'c} and Nada Krstulovi{\'c}},
  year={1992}
}
Abstract The presence of sunlight was the major factor controlling the survival of faecal coliforms (FC) in seawater. The responses of FC survival to intensity of solar radiation, temperature and salinity were inversely proportional. The optimum pH for FC survival was between pH 6 and pH 7 with rapid decline both above and below these values. The combined effect of solar radiation and temperature on the survival of FC was expressed by multiple linear regression. The coefficients of partial… CONTINUE READING

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