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You may contact:

Julie Kinzelman, Ph.D., MT (ASCP)
Racine Health Department / Laboratory
730 Washington Avenue
Racine, WI 53403
julie.kinzelman@cityofracine.org
PH: (262) 636-9501
FX: (262) 636-9576


 Recreational Water Quality Monitoring

 

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 Rapid Assessments: Real-Time PCR (QPCR)


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 Publications Available Upon Request

  • Kinzelman, J. and J. Hiller. 2007. Incorporating Education and Outreach in the Re-Engineering of a Storm Water Outfall Impacting Recreational Water Quality at Two Public Bathing Beaches on Lake Michigan. Current: The J. of Marine Education 23 (2): 13 - 18.
    The National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) is granting permission for the City of Racine to reprint the article, "Incorporating Education and Outreach of a Storm Water Outfall Impacting Recreational Water Quality at Public Beaches," written by Julie Kinzelman and Jaren Hiller; and excerpted from Current: The Journal of Marine Education, Volume 23, Number 2, 2005. Copyright 2007 National Marine Educators Association. All rights reserved. For more information on how to obtain a hardcopy of this issue or to find out more about the NMEA and their publications, please visit their website at www.marine-ed.org/.]
  • Kinzelman, J., A. Dufour, L. Wymer, G. Rees, K. Pond, and R. Bagley. 2006. Comparison of Multiple Point and Composite Sampling for Monitoring Bathing Water Quality, Lake and Reservoir Manag. 22 (2): 95-102
  • Kinzelman, J., A. Dufour, G. Rees. L. Wymer and B. Bagley. Composite Sampling as an Alternative Technique for the Determination of Bacterial Indicators in Recreational Waters - Proceedings of the National Beaches Conference, March 2005 (EPA-823-R-05-001)
  • Kinzelman, J. The Effectiveness of Spatial Distribution Studies in the Development of Successful, Cost-Effective, Targeted Remediation Efforts - Proceedings of the National Beaches Conference, March 2005 (EPA-823-R-05-001)
  • Kinzelman, J., A. Singh, C. Ng, K. Pond, R. Bagley, and S. Gradus. 2005. Use of IDEXX Colilert-18 and Quanti-Tray/2000 as a More Rapid and Simple Enumeration Method for the Detection of E. coli in Recreational Freshwater, Lake and Reservoir Manag. 21(1):73-77.
  • Kinzelman, J., K. Pond, K. Longmaid, and R. Bagley. 2004. The Effect of Two Mechanical Beach Grooming Strategies on Escherichia coli Density in Beach Sand at a Southwestern Lake Michigan Beach, Aquatic Ecosystem Health Manag. 7(3): 1-8.
  • Kinzelman, J., S. McLellan, A. Daniels, S. Cashin, A. Singh, S. Gradus, and Robert Bagley. 2004. Non-point Source Pollution: Determination of Replication versus Persistence of Escherichia coli in Surface Water and Sediments with Correlation of Levels to Readily Measurable Environmental Parameters, J. Wat. Health 2(2): 103-114.
  • Kinzelman, J. Integrating Research and Beach Management Strategies for the Improvement of Public and Environmental Health - Proceedings of the Sustainable Beaches Summit, http://www.cleanbeaches.org/ewebeditpro/items/O31F5283.pdf, March 2004.
  • Kinzelman, J., R. Whitman, M. Byappanahalli, E. Jackson, and R. Bagley. 2003. Evaluation of Beach Grooming Techniques on Escherichia coli Density in Foreshore Sands at North Beach, Racine, WI. Lake and Reserv. Manage. 19(4): 349-354.
  • Kinzelman, J., C. Ng, E. Jackson, S. Gradus, and R. Bagley. 2003. Enterococci as Indicators of Lake Michigan Recreational Water Quality; Comparison of Two Methodologies and Impact on Public Health Regulatory Events. Appl. Environ. Micro. 69:1 92-96.


 

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You may contact:

Julie Kinzelman, Ph.D., MT (ASCP)
Racine Health Department / Laboratory
730 Washington Avenue
Racine, WI 53403
julie.kinzelman@cityofracine.org
PH: (262) 636-9501
FX: (262) 636-9576

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