The Impact Of Some Organic And Inorganic Pollutants On Fresh Water (Rashid, River Nile), Egypt

JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOLOGY

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Title The Impact Of Some Organic And Inorganic Pollutants On Fresh Water (Rashid, River Nile), Egypt
 
Creator Radwan, Eman Hashem
Saber, Mennat Alllah Khaled
Saber, Mohie Eldin Khaled
Fahmy, Gehan H
 
Description Pollution of fresh water with organic pollutants and heavy metals has an impact on the environment of the River Nile in Egypt. The environment has become increasingly contaminated by inorganic and organic pollutants which accumulate in the food chain and affect the human health. The pollution of the fresh water environment by heavy metals and organic pollutants is due to the increasing action of flowing out discharge from various industries. Three heavy metals; Cu, Pb, and Zn and organic pollutants as DDT, Chlordane, dieldrin and butylene were investigated in the present study in freshwater and sediment during the year (Autumn2016-summer2017) .The investigated samples were collected from Rashid, Egypt. The present study reported that the mean concentration level of both heavy metals and organic pollutants were correlated in the sediment and in the fresh water of Rashid at p< 0.001.
 
Publisher KHALSA PUBLICATIONS
 
Date 2017-12-25
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://cirworld.com/index.php/jab/article/view/6481
10.24297/jab.v10i2.6481
 
Source JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOLOGY; Vol 10 No 2 (2017); 2133-2145
2347-6893
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://cirworld.com/index.php/jab/article/view/6481/6765
 

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