Water quality assessment of Kolar River with physico-chemical analysis (Sehore, M.P)
HILAL AHMAD BHAT, Mushtaq Ahmad Ganie, Abhilasha Bhawsar
Water quality, Kolar River, Physiochemical, variations
The study was conducted to assess the water quality of Kolar River (A tributary of Narmada river). The water samples were collected in plastic container of 500 ml capacity from Eight (8) different geographic locations along the river, during both dry and wet season. And samples were collected from water at different selective sampling points. A number of physiochemical water quality parameters including Temperature, pH, EC, TDS, TURBIDITY, DO, Chloride and Nitrate were analysed in field as well as in laboratory. Temperature, pH, EC, TDS, TURBIDITY and DO were elected as field parameters while as chloride and Nitrate as laboratory parameters. The mean value of such respective parameters in both season were compared with the water quality standards as set by the NWQS.
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Unique Paper ID: 152740

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

Page(s): 259 - 264
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