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Fate of Nutrients in Shallow Groundwater Receiving Treated Septage
Izbicki
2014  National Ground Water Association
Sources of Fecal Indicator Bacteria to Groundwater, Malibu Lagoon and the Nearshore Ocean Izbicki, Swarzenski, et al 2012 US Geological Survey, UC Santa Barbara, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Report of Chronic Toxicity of Effluents and Receiving Waters to Marine and Estuarine Organisms Aquatic Bioassay Consulting Laboratories 2012  
Report of Chronic Toxicity of Influents and Receiving Waters to Marine and Estuarine Organisms Aquatic Bioassay Consulting Laboratories 2012  
Report of Influent Source at Malibu Lagoon Associated Laboratories 2012  
Fecal Indicators in Sand, Sand Contact, and Risk of Enteric Illness Among Beachgoers Christopher D. Heaney, et al 2012 Epidemiology
Diversity and Dynamics of Rare and Resident Bacterial Populations in Coastal Sands Angelique Gobet, et al 2011 International Society for Microbial Ecology
Relationships Between Sand and Water Quality at Recreational Beaches Matthew C. Phillips, et al 2011 Elsevier
The Population Structure of Escherichia Coli Isolated from Subtropical and Temperate Soils Muruleedhara N. Byappanahalli, et al 2011 Elsevier - Science of the Total Environment
E. coli: Alive and Well, Probably in a Streambed Near You Ann Perry 2011 Agricultural Research
Impact of Erosion and Accretion on the Distribution of Enterococci in Beach Sands Rebecca J. Gast, et al 2011 Elsevier - Science of the Total Environment
Wrack Promotes the Persistence of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in Marine Sands and Seawater G. Imamura, R. Thompson, A. Boehm, J. Jay 2011 Federation of European Microbiologist Societies - 9 LA County beaches included
Use of Isotopic, Genetic, and Chemical Data to Evaluate the Source of Fecal Indicator Bacteria Near Malibu, California John A. Izbicki, Carmen A. Burton, and Peter W. Swarzenski 2011 US Geological Survey Poster for Presentation at the International Atomic Energy Agency International Symposium on Isotopes in Hydrology, Marine Ecosystems and Climate Change Studies in Monaco
Pore Water Transport of Enterococci Out of Beach Sediments Matthew C. Phillips, et al 2011 Elsevier - Marine Pollution Bulletin
A Multi-Summer Study of Staphylococcus aureus and MRSA in the Water and Sand of Three Southern California Beaches K.S. Goodwin, M. Pobuda, Y. Cao, J.F. Griffith, M. Madson, D. Ebentier, S.B. Weisberg 2011 National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, AOML & SWFSC, SCCWRP, UC Berkeley Public Health & University of Miami poster
Wet & Dry Season Fecal Indicator Bacteria Distribution Source, Malibu, California John Izbicki, Peter Swarzenski, and Carmen Burton 2010 USGS - Cooperation and funding by the City of Malibu
Quantifying Environmental Reservoirs of Fecal Indicator Bacteria Associated with Sediment and Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Brian D. Badgley, et al 2010 Environmental Microbiology
City Comments to State Water Resources Control Board Regarding Proposed Prohibition Christi Hogin, City Attorney, City of Malibu 2010  
Sources of Fecal Indicator Bacteria and Nutrients to Malibu Lagoon and Near-Shore Ocean Water, Malibu Izbicki, Swarzenski, et al 2010 City of Malibu - USGS - Wet Weather
Hydrology Study of Malibu Civic Center Bruce F. Douglas, Dr. Richard Laton, Dan Morissey 2010 Stone Environmental, Inc., McDonald Morrissey Associates, Inc., Earth Consultants International, Inc.
Hydrology Study of Cumulative Impacts for the Malibu Civic Center Area Stone Environmental, Layton, McDonald Morrissey 2010 City of Malibu - Hydrogeologic investigation of groundwater impacts of onsite wastewater treatment system dispersal
Pismo Beach Fecal Contamination Source Identification Study - Final Report Kitts, Christopher L, et al 2010 California Polytechnic State University - Biological Sciences Department & Statistics Department, and City of Pismo Beach
Malibu Lagoon Bacterial Study - Final Report Ambrose, Jay, et al 2010 UCLA Bacterial study comparing FIB with human-specific bacteriodes in Lower Malibu Creek, Malibu Lagoon and Surfrider Beach
Sources of Fecal Indicator Bacteria and Nutrients to Malibu Lagoon and Near-Shore Ocean Water, Malibu Izbicki, Swarzenski, et al 2010 City of Malibu - USGS - Wet Weather presentation to Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board staff
Malibu Lagoon Bacterial Study - Presentation Ambrose, Jay, et al 2010 UCLA bacterial study comparing FIB with human-specific bacteriodes in Lower Malibu Creek, Malibu Lagoon and Surfrider Beach
Assessing Pathogen Risk to Swimmers at Non-Sewage Impacted Recreational Beaches Schoen and Ashbolt 2010 US Environmental Protection Agency, published in Environmental Science Technology
Sources of Fecal Indicator Bacteria and Nutrients to Malibu Lagoon and Near-Shore Ocean Water, Malibu Izbicki, Swarzenski, et al  2009-2010  City of Malibu - USGS - Dry Weather (interim reports)
Presence of Pathogens and Indicator Microbes at a Non-Point Source Subtropical Recreational Marine Beach Amir M. Abdelzaher, et al 2009 Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Sources of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in Urban Streams and Ocean Beaches, Santa Barbara Izbicki, Swarzenski, et al 2009 USGS, Annals of Environmental Science
Evaluation of rapid methods and novel indicators for assessing microbiological beach water quality Griffith, Cao, McGee, Weisberg 2009 Southern California Coastal Water Research Project - Published in Science Digest
Coastal groundwater dynamics off Santa Barbara, California: Combining geochemical tracers, electromagnetic seepmeters, and electrical resistivity USGS Swarzenski, Izbicki 2009 Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science published by Elsevier
Microbiological Water Quality at Non-Human Influenced Reference Beaches in Southern California during Wet Weather  Griffith, J.F., et al 2009 Southern California Coastal Water Research Project and Universtiy of Southern California, Department of Biological Sciences
Fecal Indicator Bacteria (FIB) Levels During Dry Weather from Southern California Reference Streams Tiefenthaler, Stein and Lyon 2008 Southern California Coastal Water Research Project
Enterococci Concentrations in Diverse Coastal Environments Exhibit Extreme Variability Alexandria Boehm 2007 Environmental Science and Technology
Frequent occurrence of the human-specific bacteriodes fecal marker at an open coast marine beach: relationship to waves and tides and traditional indicators Santoro and Boehm 2007 Abstract Only - Environmental Biology
Santa Monica Beaches: What You Need to Know About Bacteria in the Sand Jay and Lee 2006 Article UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Persistence of fecal indicator bacteria in Santa Monica Bay Beach sediments Christine M. Lee, et al 2006 Elsevier - Science Direct
Final Report: Identification and Control of Non-Point Sources of Microbial Pollution in a Coastal Watershed Sanders, Grant, Horne, et al 2006 United States Environmental Protection Agency - National Center for Environmental Research
Modeling the Dry-Weather Tidal Cycling of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in Surface Waters of Intertidal Wetland Sanders, Arega, and Sutula 2005 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Irvine and Southern California Coastal Water Research Project
Multi-Tiered Approach Using Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction for Tracking Sources of Fecal Pollution to Santa Monica Bay Noble, Griffith, Blackwood, et al 2005 Southern California Coastal Water Research Project; Also published in American Society for Microbiology
Enumeration and Speciation of Enterococci Found in Marine and Intertidal Sediments and Coastal Water in Southern California D.M. Ferguson, D.F. Moore, M.A. Getrich and M.H. Zhowandai 2005 Journal of Applied Microbiology
Sediments as a Non-Point Source of Nutrients to Malibu Lagoon, California Sutula, Kamer, Cable 2004 SCCWRP Report to Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board
Risk Assessment of Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems in the City of Malibu Stone Environmental 2004 Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission and City of Malibu
Groundwater Discharge: Potential Association with Fecal Indicator Bacteria in the Surf Zone Alexandria B. Boehm, Gregory Schellenbarger, Adina Payton 2004 Environmental Science and Technology; Talbert March & Huntington State Beach
Public Mis-Notification of Coastal Water Quality: A Probabilistic Evaluations of Posting Errors at Huntington Beach, California Kim and Grant 2004 Environmental Science & Technology
Relationship between Rainfall and Beach Bacteria Concentrations on Santa Monica Bay Beaches  Ackerman & Weisberg 2004 Southern California Coastal Water Research Project
Occurrence of Escherichia coli and Enterococci in Cladophora (Chlorophyta) in Nearshore Water and Beach Sand of Lake Michigan Richard L. Whitman, et al 2003 Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Bacterial Contamination at Huntington Beach, California - Is It From a Local Offshore Wastewater Outfall?  Xu, Noble, Rosenfeld, et al 2003 USGS, Orange County Sanitation District, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of Southern California
Generation of Enterococci Bacteria in Coastal Saltwater Marsh and Its Impact on Surf Zone Water Quality Grant, et al 2001 American Chemical Society
Population dynamics and antagonistic potential of enterococci colonizing the phyllosphere of grasses Ott, et al 2001 Journal of Applied Microbiology
Lower Malibu Creek and Lagoon Resource Enhancement and Management Ambrose and Orme 2000 California Coastal Conservancy and Malibu Creek Watershed Council
Retrospective Evaluation of Shoreline Water Quality along Santa Monica Beaches Schiff, Morton & Weisberg  2000 Southern California Coastal Water Research Project
Study of Water Quality in the Malibu Lagoon Area, City of Malibu, California, Phase II URS Greiner Woodward Clyde 2000  
Study of Potential Water Quality Impacts on Malibu Creek and Lagoon from Onsite Septic Systems URS Greiner Woodward Clyde 1999  
Health Effects of Swimming in Ocean Water Contaminated by Storm Drain Runoff Haile, Witte, Gold, et al 1999 Published in Epidemiology Resources
Impacts of Stormwater Discharges on the Nearshore Environment of Santa Monica Bay  Bay and Schiff 1998   Southern California Coastal Water Research Project
Pathogens and Indicators in Storm Drains within the Santa Monica Bay Watershed Gold, Bartlett, Mc Gee, Deets 1992 Santa Monica Bay Restoration Project
Malibu Wastewater Management Study Williams and Warshall 1992 City of Malibu
Kelp Maps of Santa Monica Bay Showing Malibu Coastline with Significant Mapped Areas Habitat Maps Undated Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission Research





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