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UCLA engineers develop faster method to detect bacterial contamination in coastal waters
Date:3/2/2010

Ph.D., a senior microbiologist with the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project.

For the Southern California coast, using this detection method could significantly inform source-tracking practices.

"UCLA's rapid-method work is very exciting," said Mark Gold, D.Env., president of the environmental group Heal the Bay. "It could result in faster notification of the public on the health risks of swimming at contaminated beaches and better protection of public health."


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Contact: Matthew Chin
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University of California - Los Angeles
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