Hydrobiological study on Summer, Rainy and Winter season of river Deorania at Bareilly

G-Journal of Environmental Science and Technology

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Title Hydrobiological study on Summer, Rainy and Winter season of river Deorania at Bareilly
 
Creator Gangwar, Surender Pal
Bhadauriya, Gaurav
 
Subject River Deorania
Ram Ganga
pH
DO
BOD
TSS
TDS
Free CO2
 
Description The waters of the Deorania River have been found to be a good model for studying the effects of sewer pollution. Therefore, the effect on hydrobiology was tested during different extreme points of the winter, summer and rainy season. Samples were collected from three different sites. Site A (unpolluted near Thana Bhojipura), site B (near the city Shamshan Bhoomi, about 50 meters away from the point where major drains of city joint the river) and site C (it is about 3 Km. away from the point where major drains join the river). The water of the river was analysed for hydrobiological parameters; temperature, colour, TSS, transparency, pH, DO, free CO2, COD, BOD, TDS, and salinity. The results indicate that all parameters at site B and C are beyond the permissible limit and unsuitable for human consumption and unfit for irrigation, dairy form, industrial use. Industrial effluent and domestic sewage contribute a source of pollution in river water. Till date there is no hydrobiological study performed on this river with respect to all three seasons therefore the study will be very beneficial for the whole scientific community.
 
Publisher Grace and Peace welfare Society
 
Date 2020-12-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Research article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://gjestenv.com/index.php/gjest/article/view/137
 
Source G-Journal of Environmental Science and Technology; Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020): December; 10-14
2322-0228
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://gjestenv.com/index.php/gjest/article/view/137/124
 
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