Fecal Sterol and Runoff Analysis for Nonpoint Source Tracking

Fecal Sterol and Runoff Analysis for Nonpoint Source Tracking

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Fahrenfeld, N. L., Del Monaco, N., Coates, J. T., Elzerman, A. W. 2016. Fecal Sterol and Runoff Analysis for Nonpoint Source Tracking. Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 45, Number 1. Pages 315-322

Assessment, BMP, chemistry, runoff, surface water, wastewater, watershed, Land Use

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/abstracts/45/1/315

The purpose of this study was to use sterol analysis chemical tracers to quantify human fecal inputs in a mixed-land-use watershed without point sources of pollution, ultimately  determining the relationship between land use and sterol ratios.

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