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Drinking water production from river water is a serious challenge. The quality of river water can fluctuate rapidly and it is sensitive to accidental pollution. To deal with such a variable source, active management of water intake and production processes is required. This is especially important when the water is taken directly from the river without the luxury of a storage reservoir or bank infiltration to reduce variability and improve water quality. Therefore, for effective management, access to reliable (near) real‐time information on water quality and changes therein is essential.

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