Advances of Fate and Transport Model for Faecal Indicator Bacteria in Coastal Bathing Water Sites
作者: 高广海 ：南开大学环境科学与工程学院，环境污染过程与基准教育部重点实验室，天津;
Abstract: Human and animals may be infected by pathogens in water and food consumption and direct body contact with contaminated waters. With the rapid development of economy and tourism industry and growth in the living standard, bathing water quality in China is getting more attention. The marine tourism industry is the new growth point of economic development in China. Microorganism contamination of coastal bathing water sites is a major threat to swimmers; therefore, coastal bathing water quality is getting more and more attention. The ability to predict fate and transport of faecal bacteria in bathing waters is quite challenging to water managers and government authorities. In recent years, the developments of computing technology and numerical modeling technique have provided valuable tools for water scientists, consulting companies and water management authorities to apply water quality models to bathing waters. However, advances of research on prediction model for micro-organism contamination in China is relatively slow compare to developed countries. Here in this study, the recent advances of physical-based faecal bacteria fate and transport model were studied.
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