The aim of this paper is to present some results of bacterial studies which were developed by IFREMER in coastal discharge areas of urban wastewaters; they are focused on the determination of bacterial inputs by wastewater treatment plants, the role of environmental factors on the enteric bacteria survival in the coastal zone, and the modelling of bacteria transport and disappearance in order to provide useful management information for minimizing faecal pollution in the coastal zone.
Urban Wastewater Discharge and Bacteriological Quality of Receiving Coastal Waters: Processes and Modelling
J.-F. Guillaud, M. Pommepuy, E. Dupray, J.-C. Salomon, B. Thouvenin; Urban Wastewater Discharge and Bacteriological Quality of Receiving Coastal Waters: Processes and Modelling. Water Sci Technol 1 June 1993; 27 (12): 223–226. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.1993.0306
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