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Derwent Estuary Recreational Water Quality monitoring program - Geilston Bay

Australian Ocean Data Network
Derwent Estuary Program
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Geilston Bay monitoring site is collected as part of the Derwent Bay Watch program. Derwent Bay Watch is a collaborative program between councils and state government that tests water quality at 19 bays, coves and other sites around the estuary during summer months.
Water samples are collected each Tuesday from the start of December to the end of March and analysed for the faecal indicator bacteria Enterococci (Enteralert method) at the Public health Lab. Because the samples must be cultured, it takes several days to publish the results.

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Bacterial samples are collected using Public Health glass bacteria bottles.
HydroLab vertical profiler is used to collect temperature, salinity, ph and turbidity.
Information on the Hydrolab Vertical profiler :

http://www.hachhydromet.com/web/ott_hach.nsf/id/pa_home
_e.html

Notes

Credit
Norske Skog
Credit
Nyrstar

Created: 27 03 2013

Data time period: 04 12 2007 to 27 03 2012

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147.3447,-42.838

147.3447,-42.838

text: northlimit=-42.838; southlimit=-42.838; westlimit=147.3447; eastLimit=147.3447

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