${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Commonality of rainfall variables influencing suspended solids concentrations in storm runoff from three different urban impervious surfaces Wed 06 Jun 2018 14:24:52 AEST ]]> Identifying Human-Sourced Stormwater Contamination in Three South-East Queensland Catchments Tue 16 Oct 2018 11:17:28 AEST ]]> Microbial quality of untreated stormwater in Australian catchments: human health perspectives Thu 21 Sep 2017 13:12:52 AEST ]]> Lessons from the Aura stormwater harvesting project: An innovative risk-based approach for identifying potential water quality issues Thu 14 Feb 2019 16:10:02 AEST ]]> Pathogenic bacteria in urban stormwater drains from inner-city precinct Thu 14 Feb 2019 15:48:00 AEST ]]> Using Excel as the Primary Tool to teach a Reservoir and Stormwater Engineering Undergraduate Course Thu 13 Jun 2019 16:21:55 AEST ]]> Ecotechnologies for the Treatment of Variable Stormwater and Wastewater Flows Mon 25 Feb 2019 09:38:50 AEST ]]> Constructed floating wetlands in a brackish water environment Fri 25 Jan 2019 09:46:15 AEST ]]> The Pollution Removal and Stormwater Reduction Performance of Streetside Bioretention Basins after Ten Years in Operation Fri 25 Jan 2019 09:16:19 AEST ]]> Pathways for the Evaluation of Stormwater Quality Improvement Devices – The Experience of Six Countries Fri 25 Jan 2019 09:15:09 AEST ]]> Investigating the relationship between rainfall intensity, catchment vegetation and debris mobility Fri 25 Jan 2019 09:10:06 AEST ]]> An ecosystem health approach to assessing stormwater impacts on constructed urban lakes Fri 08 Feb 2019 13:24:19 AEST ]]> Sewage pollution in urban stormwater runoff as evident from the widespread presence of multiple microbial and chemical source tracking markers 91%) observed between the concurrence of the HF183, Hav, acesulfame and caffeine suggests good predictability of the presence of Hav in samples positive for one of the three markers. High prevalence of Hav (91%) also suggests that other enteric viruses may also be present in the stormwater samples which may pose significant health risks. This study underscores the benefits of employing a set of MST and CST markers which could include monitoring for HF183, adenovirus, caffeine and paracetamol to accurately detect human sewage contamination along with credible information on the presence of human enteric viruses, which could be used for more reliable public health risk assessments. Based on the results obtained in this study, it is recommended that some degree of treatment of captured stormwater would be required if it were to be used for non-potable purposes.]]> Fri 07 Nov 2014 11:44:16 AEST ]]> Prevalence of human pathogens and indicators in stormwater runoff in Brisbane, Australia Fri 07 Nov 2014 10:58:46 AEST ]]>