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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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ABUNDANCE OF ZOOPLANKTON AND PHYSICO CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF KAMAREDDY TOWN LAKE, TELANGANA

In the present investigation water physico-chemical [parameters (Atmospheric Temperature (AT), Water Temperature (WT), Transparency (Trans), pH, Total Dissolved Solids, Electrical Conductivity (EC), Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Free Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Total Alkalinity (TA), Total Hardness (TH), Chlorides (Cl), Phosphates (P) and Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD)) and four major of Zooplankton species (Rotifera, Copepoda, Cladocera and Ostracoda) were analyzed during the period of February 2018 to January 2019. The physico-chemical parameters were fall within the permissible limits of APHA, BIS. Temp. both ambient and water, Trans, pH, EC, DO, CO2 and TA values were highest recorded in summer season. The total dissolved solids results highest recorded in rainy season is due to blending of sediments in to the lake. A total of fifteen number of zooplankton species were observed, out of which eight species of Rotifers (Brachionus falcatus, Brachionus angularis, Brachionus caudatus, Lecane luna, Keratella tropica, Keratella cochlearis, Filinia longiseta and Cephalodella gibba), three species of Copepods (Masocyclops hylinusMesoscyclops leukarti and Paracyclops fimbriatus), three species of Cladocerans (Ceriodaphnia cornutaDiaphanosoma sps and Moina macrocopa) and one species of Ostracod (Heterocypris) were observed. The dominance group was Rotifera and followed by Copepoda, Cladocera and Ostracoda, respectively.

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