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Traditional fecal indicator bacteria such as fecal coliform, E.coli and enterococci have been shown to be unreliable indicators of the hygienic quality of recreational waters under tropical conditions. One of the major reasons for considering...
2000-12-01
This study set out to evaluate the biological, chemical and agronomic effects of reclaimed water for irrigation on two golf courses (KGC and LGC) located over a potable aquifer in Central Oahu. Percolate water and grass samples were collected on...
2001-12-01
Experiments were to study the effects of anionic polyacrylamide (PAM) on viruses and bacteria movement in soil. A water pollution problem which affects all areas with significant rainfall is soil erosion and subsequent transport of soil and all...
2001-05-01
This report documents the findings for Phase 1 of a three-phase study that is aimed at assessing the status of the Nawiliwili Watershed on Kaua???i and developing a plan for its future protection. The objectives of this phase include utilizing...
2002-10-01
Many of Hawaii’s recreational streams and beaches contain high fecal indicator bacteria levels that are not indicative of sewage pollution. Instead, this pollution is due to environmental sources of fecal bacteria which reside and multiply in...
2005-08-01
Extensive data from O'ahu indicate that all streams on this island consistently exceed the USEPA standards (200 fecal coliform/100 ml, 33 enterococci/100 ml) for water quality. Soil was determined to be the source of the elevated counts of these...
2005-08-01
Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are a group of synthetic and natural chemicals that have the potential to mimic the hormone-like activities in the human body. This study was conducted to recognize whether recycled water (a source of EDCs)...
2006-08-01
Taxa richness and abundance are given for benthic infauna collected from sediments adjacent to ocean outfalls of the Northern District and Agana (Hagatna) Sewage Treatment Plants, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands. This addresses U.S. Environmental...
2007-07-01
The islands of Hawaii face increasing ground-water demands due to population growth in the last decades. Analytical and numerical models are essential tools for managing sustainable ground-water resources. The models require estimates of hydraulic...
2007-12-01
A diverse assemblage of infaunal polychaetes and invertebrates was collected in three replicate sand samples from three locations off Grey???s Beach, Waik??k??, O???ahu, Hawai???i. Infauna were extracted over 0.5 mm and 0.25 mm sieves. Specimens...
2008-08-01
A field study was made to evaluate the applicability and problems of desalting brackish ground water from basaltic and reef limestone aquifers in Honolulu, Hawaii with the electrodialysis process. The three-week study indicated that the brackish...
1970-07-01
The analysis of about 240 flood hydrographs of 29 small watersheds on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, shows some unique hydrologic characteristics. A typical Hawaiian small watershed has a small area, flash peak, short time to peak, and small...
1970-08-01
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