Biological Systems Engineering
Evaluation of Select Sensors for Real-Time Monitoring of Escherichia coli in Water Distribution Systems
Date of this Version
APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, Apr. 2011, p. 2813–2816 Vol. 77, No. 8
This study evaluated real-time sensing of Escherichia coli as a microbial contaminant in water distribution systems. Most sensors responded to increased E. coli concentrations, showing that select sensors can detect microbial water quality changes and be utilized as part of a contaminant warning system.
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