Bibliographical noteSoftware and data availability
The source code for MAFIO as used in this work is available via the University of Aberdeen PURE repository: https://doi.org/10.20392/66f74663-ece3-4a52-8bed-f0cf52d0831a. The source code for EcH2O-iso is available at: https://bitbucket.org/sylka/ech2o_iso/src/master_2.0/.
The Tulloch Burn datasets used in this study are available from the lead author on request.
Funding for this work from the Scottish Government’s Hydro Nation Scholars Programme is gratefully acknowledged. Many thanks to Audrey Innes, Jonathan Dick, Claire Tunaley and Bernhard Scheliga for their assistance in analysing the isotope samples. In addition, thanks to Allan Sim, Duncan White and, in particular, Claire Abel and Adam Wyness for instruction and training on microbiological sampling and analysis techniques. Simulations with EcH2O-iso and MAFIO were undertaken on the Maxwell high performance computing cluster funded by the University of Aberdeen. Sylvain Kuppel and Aaron Smith are thanked for their assistance in troubleshooting occasional issues with EcH2O-iso.
- Diffuse pollution
- E. coli
- Microbial water quality
- Tracer-aided modelling
- Water quality modelling
- HYDROLOGICAL CONNECTIVITY
- E. COLI
- MICROBIAL WATER-QUALITY
- EcH O-iso
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Neill, A. J. (Creator), Tetzlaff, D. (Supervisor), Strachan, N. (Supervisor), Hough, R. L. (Supervisor), Avery, L. M. (Supervisor), Kuppel, S. (Other), Maneta, M. (Other) & Soulsby, C. (Supervisor), University of Aberdeen, 28 Oct 2019