Effect of Climate Change on The Water Quality of Chandpur Lake, District Bhandara, Maharashtra
Author(s):
Shyam W. Dafare
Keywords:
Trophy, Encroachment, Drought, Seasonal, Sewage
Abstract
Climate change is an area of science that has been studied for many years Peoples are becoming more aware of the combined impact of climate change and limitations of resources. Climate change issue is more serious than global warming, the rise in average temperature is only one indicator of broader changes also translating into extreme temperature, drought, flooding, storms, impact on food production and infectious diseases. The purpose of this paper is to provide some education to the locality, identifying some of the current and future risk involved and the world wide efforts that are being made to minimize these risks. This paper discussed clearly seasonal change in Temperature, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, CO2, BOD, COD, Hardness, Chlorides, Nitrates and Phosphates of Chandpur Lake during the year January 2020 to December 2020. Progression of trophy was seen in pH, Chlorides, Nitrates and Phosphates. Steps must be taken to control further encroachment by dumping of untreated sewage in to the lake. This may cause death or disappearance of aquatic organisms of this Lake.
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Unique Paper ID: 153095

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 5

Page(s): 475 - 478
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