Evaluating coliform concentrations in runoff from various animal waste management systems



Publisher: Agricultural Experiment Stations, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or

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  • Animal waste -- Computer simulation.,
  • Feces -- Microbiology -- Computer simulation.,
  • Feedlot runoff -- Computer simulation.

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StatementJames A. Moore ... [et al.].
SeriesSpecial report / Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station -- 817., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 817.
ContributionsMoore, James A. 1939- , Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station., United States. Soil Conservation Service.
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Paginationiii, 80 p. :
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL16093957M

Regulations Governing Agricultural Use of Municipal Wastewater and Sludge can be eaten raw) from crops that are commercially processed or cooked prior to consumption, and require more stringent water quality levels for produce crops. Nevertheless, states differ in the manner in which wastewater irrigation can be imple-mented. Fecal coliform bacteria, which belong to this group, are present in large numbers in the feces and intestinal tracts of humans and other warm-blooded animals, and can enter water bodies from human and animal waste. If a large number of fecal coliform bacteria (over colonies/ milliliters (ml) of water sample) are found in water, it is.   Stormwater Runoff Sediments as Hazardous Waste. Increasing concern is evolving about the potential for stormwater runoff sediments that accumulate in detention basins, highway drop inlets, grassy swales, etc., being classified as a hazardous waste because of excessive concentrations of chemical constituents. Coliform Bacteria: The Effect of Sediments on Decay Rates water runoff as well as promote settling of various pol-* Corresponding author. lutants found in runoff. As the stormwater runoff is de- wetland to reduce total coliform concentrations to an acceptable level, based on the decay rates from the ex-.

Total coliform and fecal streptococcus have also been used as indicator bacteria. EPA’s currently applicable criteria were issued in (Table 1) and are scheduled to be updated in At the time of publication of this technical summary, significant research File Size: KB. fecal waste from pets, stormwater runoff, boat and marina waste, sewage sludge, and untreated sewage discharge. Wildlife also add bacteria to waterways, and can be the dominant source of fecal coliform bacteria in some areas (Figure ). Figure Potential sources of bacteria in an estuary (redrawn from Ely, ). Septic Systems Domestic.   All members of the total coliform group can occur in human feces, but some can be present in animal manure, soil and submerged wood and in other places outside the human body (1). Types of total coliform include Citrobacter, Kiebsiella, Citrobacter, and fecal coliform like E. Coli. Fecal coliform is most commonly found in a wastewater process. The presence of high levels of fecal coliform bacteria in a water source indicates that the water a. is safe to drink b. is safe to swim in c. contains too little oxygen to support fish life d. has been recently chlorinated at a sewage treatment plant e. has been contaminated by untreated human or animal waste.

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Moore Mark E. Grismer Stuart R. Crane J. Ronald Miner Department of Agricultural Engineering Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon A final report for a project funded under Section of the Federal Clean Water Act through the. Evaluating dairy waste management systems ̓influence on fecal coliform concentration in runoff / Article (PDF Available) January with 26 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Special report Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University, Corvallis, by:   The objective of this research was to determine the effect of animal waste application on biological (fecal coliform, Enterobacter spp.

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Evaluating coliform concentrations in runoff from various animal waste management systems. Moore, James A. Corvallis, Or.: Agricultural Experiment Stations, Oregon State University,; Modeling waste management systems with regard to storage capacity, application method and rate, precipitation, infiltration, and runoff of FC provides the necessary information to evaluate the.

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coli isolates from animal waste, soil, and runoff water for. greater than 24% imperviousness exhibit higher fecal coliform concentrations than watersheds with impervious percentages less than 5% during both base and storm flow.

Storm-water runoff from urbanized areas can increase indica-tor bacteria concentrations in nearby surface waters, suggesting an increased risk to public health. Fecal coliform concentration in surface runoff from pastures with applied dairy manure Alyson Kristine Bertges, "Fecal coliform concentration in surface runoff from pastures with applied dairy manure" ().

LSU Master's Theses. CFU/ ml for Treatment B. Fecal coliform concentrations in the runoff from the second or. ROLE OF ANIMAL WASTES IN AGRICULTURAL LAND RUNOFF by Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering School of Agriculture and Life Sciences North Carolina State University at Raleigh for the ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Grant DGX August, For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S.

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Special ReportAgricultural Experiment Stations, Oregon State University, Corvallis, by: 3. Levels of fecal coliform can be elevated in water bodies as the result of both point and nonpoint sources of pollution. Section (d) of the Clean Water Act and EPA's Water Quality Planning and Management Regulations (40 CFR Part ) require states to develop total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) for their water bodies that are not meeting.

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Introduction. Escherichia coli (E. coli) is the most common member of fecal coliform bacteria, indigenous to the intestinal tract of humans or other warm-blooded animals (Dufor, ).The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommended that E. coli is a better indicator of fecal pollution than fecal coliform for purposes of evaluating ambient fresh water quality (USEPA, ).Cited by: Urban storm water runoff and combined sewer overflows (CSOs) can be a source of fecal coliform.

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[abstract]. Abstract book B Event-based Modeling of Fecal Coliform Concentrations in Runoff from Manured Fields - (Abstract Only).North Ocean Beaches Fecal Coliform Bacteria Source Investigation Study Water Quality Study Design (Quality Assurance Project Plan) May Publication No. File Size: 1MB.