Source tracking using microbial community fingerprints: Method comparison with hydrodynamic modelling.

@article{McCarthy2017SourceTU,
  title={Source tracking using microbial community fingerprints: Method comparison with hydrodynamic modelling.},
  author={David T. McCarthy and Du{\vs}an Jovanovi{\'c} and Anna Lintern and I Teakle and Mary Barnes and Ana Deletic and Rhys A. Coleman and Graham Rooney and Toby Prosser and Scott Coutts and Matthew R. Hipsey and Louise C. Bruce and Rebekah Henry},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2017},
  volume={109},
  pages={253-265}
}
Urban estuaries around the world are experiencing contamination from diffuse and point sources, which increases risks to public health. To mitigate and manage risks posed by elevated levels of contamination in urban waterways, it is critical to identify the primary water sources of contamination within catchments. Source tracking using microbial community fingerprints is one tool that can be used to identify sources. However, results derived from this approach have not yet been evaluated using… CONTINUE READING
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