WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF DRINKING WATER SOURCES

WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF DRINKING WATER SOURCES OF  DISTRICT NANITAL IN UTTARAKHAND, INDIA Ankita Pokhriyal, D.P. Uniyal*, J.S.Aswal ,Prashant Singh and Rajendra Dobhal Uttarakhand state council for science and technology (UCOST) Vigyan Dham, Jhajra, Dehradun, Uttarakhand Correspondence author Email*: dpuniyal.ucost@gmail.com Received: 31-01-2019                                                                              Read More …

GROUNDWATER QUALITY STUDY IN SONIPAT CITY

GROUNDWATER QUALITY STUDY IN SONIPAT CITY, HARYANA, INDIA Anup Kumar 1*, Varun Datt 2, Naresh Kumar 2 and R.S.Hooda 3 1Haryana Space Applications Centre (HARSAC), Front Office-HARSAC, Panchkula 3Haryana Space Applications Centre (HARSAC), CCS HAU Campus, Hisar 2Department of Geology, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra [Corresponding author Email1*: anup0106@yahoo.com] Received: 06-12-2018                                                                 Read More …

ASSESSING THE SUITABILITY OF RIVER WATER QUALITY FOR IRRIGATION- STUDY OF BHIMA RIVER FROM ITS ORIGIN TO UJJANI RESERVOIR IN PUNE DISTRICT

Dhere Amar M.1 and Pondhe Goraksh M.2 1Dept. of Science, Sir Vithaldas Thackersey College of Home Science (Autonomous)S.N.D.T. Women’s University Mumbai, India,400049Email- prof.amardhere@gmail.com2Department of Environmental Science, P.V.P. College, Pravaranagar, India, 413713Email-pondhegm@gmail.comReceived: 15-10-2018 Accepted: 29-11-2018 AbstractPresent study intends to find the suitability of Bhima river water in study area for irrigation. Soil Quality Index (SQI) is judgmental tool for sustainable agriculture practice. Water quality was detected through various cationic (Ca++, Mg++, Na++, K+) and anionic (Cl-) parameters over 19 sampling stations over Bhima Read More …

WATER QUALITY OF RIVER RAMGANGA AT CHAUBARI, BAREILLY

WATER QUALITY OF RIVER RAMGANGA AT CHAUBARI, BAREILLY, INDIA DURING KARTIK PURNIMA FEST Neelima Gupta-1*, D. K. Gupta-2, Pravin Kumar Sharma-1 and Rajendra Kumar-3 1*-Centre of Excellence Laboratory, Department of Animal Science, MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, India 2-Department of Biotechnology, Bareilly College, Bareilly. India 3-UP Council of Agricultural Research, Kisan Mandi Bhawan, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, India [Corresponding author E-mail-1*: guptagrawal@rediffmail.com] Received: 15-07-2017 Accepted: 29-09-2017 Abstract: Ramganga is an important river in Uttar Pradesh which originates from Kalagarh and merges Read More …

SPATIAL AND SEASONAL VARIATION IN PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF GODAVARI RIVER

SPATIAL AND SEASONAL VARIATION IN PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF GODAVARI RIVER WATER AT AMBAD REGION, MAHARASHTRA D. D. Bhutekar, S. B. Aher1* and M. G. Babare2 Department of Environmental Science, Arts, Commerce and Science College, Ambad, Dist- Jalna – 431204, India 1 Indian Institute of Soil Science, Bhopal – 462038, India 2 Department of Zoology and Fisheries, Arts, Science and Commerce College, Naldurg, Osmanabad – 413 602, India. *Corresponding author: satishbaher@yahoo.com Received: 11-03-2018 Accepted: 21-03-2018 Abstract: The River Godavari is the largest Read More …

ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS OF WATER SOURCES

ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS OF WATER SOURCES OF MEERUT REGION (UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA) FOR SUITABILITY OF FISH PRODUCTION Nisha Rana, Manu Varma and Seema Jain* Department Of Zoology, R. G. P. G. College, Meerut, 250001 U. P., India. [Corresponding author E-mail-*: seema61@gmail.com] Received: 31-05-2016 Revised: 30-07-2016 Accepted: 20-10-2016 Abstract: In the present study, water samples were collected from different water source of Meerut District during February 2015 to February 2016 from different depth of water. The present investigation was carried out to Read More …

PHYSICO – CHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY OF INDUSTRIAL CREEKS OF SURAT, GUJARAT

PHYSICO – CHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY OF INDUSTRIAL CREEKS OF SURAT, GUJARAT Alpa Varsani* and Kapila Manoj Department of Aquatic Biology, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat-395007, India. [Corresponding author E-mail* : alpamanoj87@gmail.com] Received: 21-08-2015 Accepted: 01-10-2015 Abstract: The present study is focused on impact of effluent discharged through industrial wastes and sewage on water quality of industrial creek in Surat city. Some selected physico-chemical parameters viz. DO, BOD, COD, H2S and oil and grease were monitored during Oct-2012 Read More …

RELATIONSHIPS AMONG PHYSICO – CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KHAJIYAR LAKE

RELATIONSHIPS AMONG PHYSICO – CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KHAJIYAR LAKE, DISTRICT CHAMBA, HIMACHAL PRADESH Akanksha Bhardwaj1 and R. Chauhan2 1.School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab-151001 2.Deptt. of Biology and Environmental Sciences, College of Basic Sciences, CSK Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishva Vidyalaya, Palampur (H.P) -176062 [email1: knksh.bhardwaj@gmail.com] Received: 11-04-2015 Accepted: 24-05-2015 Abstract: The Khajiyar lake, one of the major tourist spots, lies in the centre of large Khaz glade and is fed by tiny streams. The free Read More …

GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF ANGEL FISH, PTEROPHYLLUM SCALARE (SCHULTZE, 1823) FRY

GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF ANGEL FISH, PTEROPHYLLUM SCALARE (SCHULTZE, 1823) FRY REARED AT DIFFERENT STOCKING DENSITIES Pankaj. A. Patil *, Raju. M. Tibile, Anil. S. Pawase and Gajanan. Ghode College of Fisheries, Shirgaon Ratnagiri, 415629, Maharashtra, India. [*email:-pankaj090178@gmail.com] Received: 10-01-2015 Accepted: 15-02-2015 Abstract: The study was conducted to evaluate the effect of different stocking densities on the growth and survival of angelfish, Pterophyllum scalare fry reared in all-glass tanks without aeration and filtration system. In the experiment, angelfish fry with Read More …

PHYTO-PLANKTON DIVERSITY OF SHARDA RIVER

PHYTO-PLANKTON DIVERSITY OF SHARDA RIVER WITHIN TANAKPUR DISTRICT, UTTARAKHAND, INDIA Shivani Sharma and S.N. Rao Department of Zoology, R.H.G.P.G. College, Kashipur, Udham Singh Nagar shivanisharma1234@gmail.com Received: 25-08-2014 Accepted: 25-11-2014 Abstract: This study is focused on phyto-planktonic diversityof Sharda river water from July 2013 to June 2014. The qualitative evaluation of plankton with seasonal variation and water quality of Sharda River were analyzed. Three groups of phyto-plankton viz. Bacillariophyceae, Chlorophyceae and Cyanophyceae were identified during the study period, Bacillariophyceae were most Read More …