Impacts of temperature and hydraulic regime on discolouration and biofilm cell accumulation within drinking water distribution pipes
The data in
pertains to the
paper Fish et al 2022
, PLOS Water, "Impacts of temperature and hydraulic regime on discolouration and biofilm fouling in drinking water distribution systems"
Please see the
full method and
data analysis details, as
well as a detailed
description of the
sampling point nomencluture.
The three .csv files contain the data used to plot and conduct the related statistical analyses for Figures 3, 4 and 5 in the aforementioned paper. Files are named to correspond to these figures, header information etc is included in the "read me" file which includes a description of the data.
Water quality data (turbidity, iron and manganese) during flushing (by increasing flow rates) of drinking water pipes (Figure 3 and Figure 4).
Biofilm cell volume data is based on CLSM Z-stack images of stained drinking water biofilms (Figure 5).
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Pennine Water Group EPSRC EP/1029346/1
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