Coastal Beaches of Southeastern Wisconsin
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This thesis was done using public collected from 1999-2002 by Southeastern Wisconsin Health Departments. Excel was used to analyze the data. There were two hypothesizes in mind during the analyst. The first hypothesis was; beach advisories (beach closures) have increased since 1999. The second hypothesis was; there is a correlation between beach advisories and E. coli counts. The thesis also focused on what causes beach advisories and what government official at the state/local levels have done to fight the problem
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