International Journal of Environmental Sciences

Volume 2 Issue 3 2012           Pages: 1278- 1283

Analytical study of Bembala damp water for fishery capacity, portability and suitability for agricultural purposes

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Gaddamwar A.G- DES’s College of Engineering and Technology, Head of Department of Engineering Chemistry, SGB Amravati University Amravati.
Rajput P.R -DES’s College of Engineering and Technology, Head of Department of Engineering Chemistry, SGB Amravati University Amravati.

ABSTRACT
A pH and dissolved oxygen of water sample play an important role in the production of fishes artificially, some parameters of water play significant role in the production of fishes such as salinity of water that is PH of water, dissolved oxygen, temperature, organic materials toxics (dissolved organic carbon). Increase in boat operation in the damp water facilities would increase the potential for accidental spills of fuels and other materials as well as increase erosion caused by boat wakes. If damp water contains more amount of total dissolved solid that is TDS and more conductivity unfit for fishery as well as agricultural purposes and domestic But it can be used for industrial purposes after purification process or water treatment process but it is not economic for agricultural and fishery purposes. Fishes play vital role in the human life it is an excellent food for human being and some fishes having medicinal value it provide employment to the human being. By the analytical study of damp water predict/determine whether that water is useful for agricultural and fishery purposes from its physical and chemical, analytical parameter such as DO, TDS, pH, conductivity, salinity. If the DO of water is six or less than six milligram per liter then such water is unfit for aquatic organism. TDS play an important role, more is the TDS of water this means that it is more useful for cultivation of fishes.

Keywords : Analysis of water, pH, conductivity, TDS, BOD, Hardness of water.

DOI: 10.6088/ijes.00202030014


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