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Guidelines for the fecal indicator bacteria Escherichia coli (E. coli) and enterococci have been developed for recreational areas used for …

Last Updated: Jun 24, 2024
Date Published: Jun 24, 2024
Publisher: Health Canada
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Keywords: Guidelines primary contact recreation fecal indicator bacteria Escherichia coli (E. coli) enterococci acceptable level of risk for recreational activities potential increased risk human health Guideline values ...
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Indicators can be used for various purposes as part of a recreational water quality management plan. Fecal indicators signal the …

Last Updated: Jun 24, 2024
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Keywords: Canadian recreational water quality guidelines Indicators of fecal contamination E. coli enterococci recreational waters Occurrence aquatic environment Association with pathogens

The Guidelines for Canadian Recreational Water Quality are comprised of multiple guideline technical documents that consider the various factors that …

Last Updated: Jun 24, 2024
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Keywords: Indicators fecal contamination microbial source tracking (MST) nvestigations enteric pathogens Guideline Technical Document Escherichia coli Guidance use of Enterococci Indicator Canadian Drinking Water ...

Several significant changes have been included in the current fecal indicator guidelines. This includes moving away from using GM and …

Last Updated: Jun 24, 2024
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Keywords: changes fecal indicator guidelines epidemiological studies culture-based methods recommending PCR based methods

Epidemiological studies investigating the association between GI and bacterial fecal indicators during primary contact recreational activities in fresh and marine …

Last Updated: Jun 25, 2024
Date Published: Jun 25, 2024
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Keywords: Canadian recreational water quality guidelines Indicators fecal contamination Epidemiological studies primary contact activities gastrointestinal illness associated risk of illness Human sewage impacted beaches

These documents provide guideline values for specific parameters used to monitor water quality hazards and recommend science-based monitoring and risk …

Last Updated: Jun 24, 2024
Date Published: Jun 24, 2024
Publisher: Health Canada
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Keywords: Indicators fecal contamination Alternative indicators health risk recreational waters impacted human fecal sources