In-situ fluorescence spectroscopy is a more rapid and resilient indicator of faecal contamination risk in drinking water than faecal indicator organisms

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Water Research, Volume 206, 1 November 2021, 117734.

James P. R. Sorensen, Jacintha Nayebare, Andrew F. Carr, Robert Lyness, Luiza C. Campos, Lena Ciric, Timothy Goodall, Robina hKulabako, Catherine M. Rushworth Curran, Alan M. MacDonald, Michael Owor, Daniel S. Read, Richard G. Taylor

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