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Study of Different Parameters of Manmade Mohari Reservoir from Pathardi Tahsil, MS, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1JJT University, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan-333001, INDIA
  • 2Dept. of Zoology, Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya, Rajgurunagar, Tal. Khed, Dist. Pune, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 2, Issue (3), Pages 24-27, March,22 (2013)


When water is polluted by various ways that means it affects flora and fauna of that area. The villagers mainly used it for irrigation and pisciculture activities. Water sample collected in Mohari dam located in southern part of Pathardi Tahasil, District-Ahmednagar (MS). Water is most precious natural resource expected to before from pollution. The physiochemical parameters are atmospheric temperature (AT), water temperature (WT), pH, electrical conductivity (EC), total dissolve solid (TDS), acidity (acid), alkalinity (alk), carbon dioxide (CO2), dissolve oxygen (DO), were mentioned on monthly basis for period of one time annual cycle that is Jan 211 to Dec- 2011. The result revealed that the reservoir water is useful for human use.


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