The University of Iowa has operated two swimming pools since January, 1916, and a third pool since February, 1927. The operation of these pools has been under the direction of the writer, and close supervision by laboratory examination has been regularly applied by means of samples collected daily. The experience at the University of Iowa shows that the quality of swimming pool waters is liable to very rapid fluctuation and that if the pools are to be maintained in sanitary condition close watch must be kept upon the quality of the water and the treatment applied must be based upon such results.
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Hinman, Jack J. Jr.
"Swimming Pool Sanitation at the University of Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 35(1), 98-98.
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