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Survey of faecal indicators and opportunistic pathogens in rainwater tank samples

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Survey of faecal indicators and opportunistic pathogens in rainwater tank samples


Here we present the data of faecal indicator bacteria and opportunistic pathogen in roof-harvested rainwater tank samples in Queensland, Australia. The data on concentrations of opportunistic pathogens in RHRW will provide information for rainwater users regarding potential seasonality of risks. Quantitative data presented in this study can be used... more


Microbiology not elsewhere classified


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/58771be56f814


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Roof-harvested rainwater opportunistic pathogens faecal indicator bacteria


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CSIRO (Australia), Drexel University (United States)


Ahmed, Warish (2017): Survey of faecal indicators and opportunistic pathogens in rainwater tank samples. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/58771be56f814


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