BIOSENSOR – A TOOL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

BIOSENSOR – A TOOL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING V. Sathya-1* and S. Mahimairaja-2 1*-Department of Environmental Sciences, 2-Dean (Agriculture), Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore- 641003 Tamil Nadu, India [Corresponding author E-mail-*: sathyavelu1987@gmail.com] Received: 24-05-2017 Revised: 11-07-2017 Accepted: 09-10-2017 Abstract: Biosensors are developed for different applications, including environmental and bioprocess control, quality control of food, agriculture, military, and, particularly, medical applications. For environmental control and monitoring, biosensors can provide fast and specific data of contaminated sites. They offer other advantages over current analytical methods such Read More …

ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL VARIATION AND IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL GROWTH ON WATER QUALITY OF RIVER KHO

ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL VARIATION AND IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL GROWTH ON WATER QUALITY OF RIVER KHO Gagan Matta*, Manu Kumar, Aayoosh Walia, Avinash Kumar and Sachin Kumar Department of Zoology & Environmental Science, Gurukula Kangri University, Haridwar (Uttarakhand), India [Corresponding author E-mail-*: drgaganmatta@gkv.ac.in] Received: 25-04-2017    Accepted: 30-05-2017 Abstract: Water of Kho River between stretches of Kotdwar to Najibabad was studied for pollution load by determining various physicochemical parameters. The samples were collected from different Sites. The Site-I is Kho River at Kotdwar near 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 …

ANALYSIS OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GOMTI RIVER

ANALYSIS OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GOMTI RIVER WATER AT DISTRICT SULTANPUR (U.P.) S. P. Mishra and Ragini Mishra Department of Zoology, Ganpat Sahai (P.G) College, Sultanpur -228001 (U.P.) Received: 25-08-2014 Accepted: 30-09-2014 Abstract: The water samples were collected from three selected stations viz. Golaghat (S-I), Dhobighat (S-II) and Shanshanghat (SIII) from river Gomti at district Sultanpur (U.P.) for physico-chemical analysis during April 2009 to March 2010. In the present study the maximum value of temperature, turbidity, total dissolved solids and Read More …

WATER QUALITY SURVEY OF THE UPSTREAM OF RIVER GANGES IN KANPUR

WATER QUALITY SURVEY OF THE UPSTREAM OF RIVER GANGES IN KANPUR Harshita Jaiswal, Vijay Tewari* and Atul Tewari** Dept. of Botany, P. P. N. (P.G.) College, Kanpur * Dept. of Botany, D. G. (P.G.) College, Kanpur **Dept. of Chemistry, D. B. S. (P.G.) College, Kanpur Email: hjaiswal12@gmail.com Received: 22-05-2014 Accepted: 22-06-2014 Abstract: Present investigation deals with the distribution of Physico-chemical and Mycological parameters of Upstream River Ganga (Bithoor) at Kanpur during the year of (January, 2009 – December, 2010). The Read More …

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL INVESTIGATION ON THE SONG RIVER IN DEHRADUN

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL INVESTIGATION ON THE SONG RIVER IN DEHRADUN Shelly Bansal and Namita Joshi Deptt. of Environmental Sciences, Kanya Gurukul Campus, Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar- 249407, India. Received: 26-03-2014 Accepted: 16-04-2014 Abstract: Present work deals with the assessment of physico-chemical parameters of water samples of Song River at Dehradun during 2007-2009. The parameters like colour, odour, temperature, total dissolved solids, total solids, total suspended solids, conductivity, velocity, depth, pH, free CO2, alkalinity, hardness, chlorides, dissolved oxygen, biological oxygen demand, chemical oxygen demand, Read More …