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DETERMINATION OF WATER STANDARDS OF UPPER LAKE, BHOPAL, INDIA | UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

The present investigation was carried out to determine the water quality of Upper Lake in Bhopal. Upper Lake is extremely important for fisheries, drinking water, tourism and recreation, trapping, wildlife habitat, science, and education. The water samples were taken from the Upper Lake’s surface between March 2019 and February 2020, covering the summer, monsoon, and winter seasons. Standard methods were used to determine the degree of degradation in water quality using physico-chemical parameters such as dissolved oxygen (DO2), total alkalinity, total hardness, calcium hardness, magnesium hardness, turbidity, pH, and temperature. The findings revealed that there is little variance in physico-chemical parameters across three seasons in the upper lake, with the majority of water parameters being in favourable conditions for fish growth and health but not suitable for human consumption.

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ANALYSIS OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF KINNERASANI RESERVOIR WATER IN BHADRADRI KOTHAGUDEM DISTRICT OF TELANGANA, INDIA | UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

Temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, alkalinity, hardness, phosphorus, and nitrates were among the water quality parameters recorded from Kinnerasani reservoir. The basic correlation coefficient (r), which is viewed as a correlation matrix, was used to determine the degree of water quality parameters. The pH has been discovered to have a positive relationship with water temperature (r=0.3855), a negative relationship with alkalinity (r=-0.2207), and a negative relationship with TDS (r=-0.4682). DO (r=0.553), turbidity (r=0.505), and nitrates (r=0.858) have all been found to have a strong connection. Dissolved oxygen had a close relationship with hardness and nitrates. Seasonal variations in different physico-chemical parameters were observed. The reservoir’s water quality parameters indicate that it is nutrient-rich and conducive to plankton and fish development.

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WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF GANGASAGAR LAKE OF DARBHANGA DISTRICT IN BIHAR (INDIA) |UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

The present study was conducted to evaluate the water quality for the purpose of the conservation of Gangasagar Lake of Darbhanga town of Bihar, India. Several physicochemical parameters such as pH, total dissolved solids (TDS), Dissolved oxygen (DO), Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), total alkalinity, chloride content, total hardness were meticulously determined during various seasons for the year 2019. The TDS level exceeded     the permissible limit set by Bureau of Indian Standards. The dissolved oxygen was found to be the highest (7.8 mgl-1) and the lowest (6.4 mgl-1) in winter and summer season, respectively. Likewise, Biochemical oxygen demand was recorded to be the lowest (15.20 mgl-1) and the highest (25.67 mgl-1) in monsoon season and summer season, respectively. DO showed negative correlation (r=-0.71) with BOD. Water quality index was also estimated and its value was found in the range between 169.9 mgl-1 and 256.9 mgl-1 in monsoon and summer season, respectively which indicated greater impact of pollution in the lake. The result indicated the lake was getting polluted due to continuous discharge of certain junk materials, debris of construction materials and anthropogenic activities affecting the quality of aquatic life.

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PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF RAM GANGA RIVER IN PITHORAGARH, UTTARAKHAND (INDIA)

Present investigation has been carried out on the various physico-chemical parameters such as temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, free co2 and BOD of Ram Ganga River district Pithoragarh Uttarakhand (India). The pH was recorded in the range of 7.0 – 8.2. The water temperature was recorded range 14C – 26C. Free CO2 of water sample range 1.2 to 2.5 mg/l. Chloride range between 13.5 – 21.6 mg/l. Turbidity range between 1 to 3.5 mg/l. The BOD range 2.1 to 4.6 mg/l. Present study these Physico-chemical parameters are necessary for judging the suitable for water or attributed to growth death and decay of phytoplankton.

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