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The potential risks to human health posed by living, attached seaweeds and dead, beach-cast material associated with sandy beaches

This literature review investigates whether faecal bacteria can grow in association with seaweed and whether this increases their survival time in the environment.

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The potential risks to human health posed by living, attached seaweeds and dead, beach-cast material associated with sandy beaches: a preliminary repo

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This literature review investigates whether faecal bacteria can grow in association with seaweed and whether this increases their survival time in the environment. This has implications for the management of seaweed on beaches in terms of human healt