Water quality : "in the eye of the beholder"

By: Smith, David.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 1994Description: p. 20.ISSN: 1172-1014.Subject(s): WATER QUALITY | RIVERS | LAKES | CONSUMER SURVEYSOnline resources: Click here to access online
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How do people judge whether water is suitable for bathing and whether a water body is "attractive" or not? And do different people tend to have more or less the same reaction to a certain water appearance? Staff from NIWA, Hamilton, have carried out a nationwide study to address these questions and have come up with some management guidelines for assessing the recreation potential of rivers and lakes.
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How do people judge whether water is suitable for bathing and whether a water body is "attractive" or not? And do different people tend to have more or less the same reaction to a certain water appearance? Staff from NIWA, Hamilton, have carried out a nationwide study to address these questions and have come up with some management guidelines for assessing the recreation potential of rivers and lakes.

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