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WRRCTR No.134 Survival, Dissemination, and Public Health Significance of Human Enteric Viruses in Ocean Waters off Oahu: Viability and Die-Off; Role and Effects of Antiviral Agent(s)

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Title WRRCTR No.134 Survival, Dissemination, and Public Health Significance of Human Enteric Viruses in Ocean Waters off Oahu: Viability and Die-Off; Role and Effects of Antiviral Agent(s)
Creator Loh, Philip C Lau, L Stephen Fujioka, Roger S
Subject viruses enteric bacteria microorganisms public health water quality sea water sewage effluents Hawaii antiviral activity indicator bacteria Aquella Mokapu Outfall Sand Island Outfall Pearl Harbor Kaneohe Bay Oahu Enteroviruses. Marine pollution -- Health aspects -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Sewage disposal in the ocean -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Virus diseases -- Transmission. Waterborne infection -- Hawaii -- Oahu.
Description The discharge of domestic sewage into the ocean waters off Oahu is a common practice. Since infectious enteric human viruses have been determined to be present in all sewages, viruses are also being discharged into the ocean environment. This study was undertaken to determine the fate, dissemination, and public health significance of sewage-borne viruses after they enter the ocean environment. Using an experimental, portable virus concentrator, indicator bacteria as well as human enteric...
Date 1980-05
Type Report
Identifier Loh PC, Lau LS, Fujioka RS. 1980. Survival, dissemination and public health significance of human enteric viruses in ocean waters off Oahu: viability and die-off; role and effects of antiviral agent(s). Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical report, 134. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/2318
Language en-US
Relation WRRC Technical Report 134
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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