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Comparison of enumeration techniques for the investigation of bacterial pollution in the Berg River, Western Cape, South Africa
The study was aimed at assessing techniques, which would provide an accurate indication of the planktonic bacterial pollution load in the Berg River, Western Cape, South Africa. Sampling of sites started in June 2004 and continued for a period of 1 year until June 2005. The most probable number (MPN) technique was used to determine the level of faecal coliforms and E. coli, while the heterotrophic plate count method was used to determine the amount of culturable microorganisms in planktonicdoi:10.4314/wsa.v33i2.49055 fatcat:fojqrsszjnbarbfjijym6vvp5u