Record nummer 2288206
Titel The use of the inline bacterial sensors BACMON and BACTcontrol to measure the bacterial water quality
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project manager Ton van Leerdam ; authors Nikki van Bel, Jeroen van Rijn, Lars Spicker Olesen, Bo Højris, Jaap van den Dries, Joep Appels, Eric Penders, Jentina Schuurman, Koen Huysman, Koen Joris, Paul van der Wielen
Auteur(s) Bel, Nikki van ; Rijn, Jeroen van ; Spicker Olesen, Lars ; Højris, Bo ; Dries, Jaap van den ; Appels, Joep ; Penders, Eric ; Schuurman, Jentina ; Huysman, Koen ; Joris, Koen ; Wielen, Paul van der ; Leerdam, Ton van (project director)
Uitgever Nieuwegein : KWR
Jaar van uitgave 2020
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Annotatie(s) KWR 2020.007  toon alle annotatie(s)
Project number 401929-001
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Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The online microbiological sensors BACTcontrol and BACMON are new, rapid, online methods to determine total bacteria numbers or activity. These methods might be suitable for the online monitoring of any microbial disturbances in different water types and/or of the effect of control measures on water quality. However, before they can be reliably implemented, supplementary experimental research is needed. The aim of this TKI project was to validate both sensors under laboratory conditions, test their performance at several full-scale locations and compare the result with each other as well as with other parameters that were determined at these full-scale locations.
Betrokken instanties KWR, Watercycle Research Institute
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