EVALUATION OF LAKES WATER QUALITY OF MYSORE CITY, INDIA
Author(s):
SURESHA N.S, SMITHA N, SHIVA KUMAR D
Keywords:
Physico-chemical, DO, Nitrate, Faecal Coliform, COD, TDS.
Abstract
Numerous water bodies in and around Mysore are vulnerable to numerous environmental degradations as a result of the population boom, the exponential growth of industry, and the urbanisation of the region, among other factors. This results in phytoplankton aggregations, macroalgae, and sporadically colourless heterotrophic protists that can discolour the water and cause foam. As a result, there is a decrease in the level of dissolved oxygen, which ultimately affects the lake's ecological balance and causes eutrophication in water bodies. The Kukkarahalli Lake, Karanji Lake, and Dalvoy Lake located in various parts of Mysore, India, have been chosen for the studies to assess their physico-chemical water quality parameters. This result describes the current state of the water quality in all three of the aforementioned lakes, and it makes recommendations for environmental remediation techniques to improve the quality of the lake water.
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Unique Paper ID: 157072

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 37 - 41
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