OR/18/042 Other suggested reading
|Ward, J, Lapworth, D, Sorensen, J, and Nowicki, S. 2018. Assessing microbiological contamination in groundwater sources: Field note on using Tryptophan-like Fluorescence (TLF) probes. Nottingham, UK, British geological Survey. (OR/18/042).|
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Cumberland, S, Bridgeman, J, Baker, A, Sterling, M, and Ward, D. 2012. Fluorescence spectroscopy as a tool for determining microbial quality in potable water applications. Environmental Technology, 33(6), 687–693.
Hudson, N, Baker, A, and Reynolds, D. 2007. Fluorescence analysis of dissolved organic matter in natural, waste and polluted waters—a review. River Research and Applications, 23(6), 631–649.
Khamis, K, Sorensen, J P R, Bradley, C, Hannah, D M, Lapworth, D J, and Stevens, R. 2015. In situ tryptophan-like fluorometers: assessing turbidity and temperature effects for freshwater applications. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 17(4), 740–752.
Khamis, K, Bradley, C, and Hannah, D M. 2018. Understanding dissolved organic matter dynamics in urban catchments: insights from in situ fluorescence sensor technology. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 5(1), e1259.
Stedmon, C A, Seredyńska-Sobecka, B, Boe-Hansen, R, Le Tallec, N, Waul, C K, and Arvin, E. 2011. A potential approach for monitoring drinking water quality from groundwater systems using organic matter fluorescence as an early warning for contamination events. Water Research, 45(18), 6030–6038.
Graham, P W, Baker, A, Andersen, M S, and Acworth, I. 2015. Field measurement of fluorescent dissolved organic material as a means of early detection of leachate plumes. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 226(7), 211.