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Physico-Chemical Analysis of Water and Locked Soil of Sadli Reservoir, Region Kasrawad, District Khargone M.P. INDIA

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Chemistry, Jawaharlal institute of Technology Borawan, Khargone, MP, INDIA
  • 2 Department of chemistry Govt. MLB PG Girls college, Indore, MP INDIA
  • 3 Department of Civil Engg, Jawaharlal Institute of Technology Borawan, Khargone, MP, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 2, Issue (4), Pages 26-29, April,22 (2013)


The physico-chemical properties of water and locked soil of sadli reservoir in kasrawad region were analyzed. The variation in the physico-chemical properties of locked soil and reservoir water were found in the present study. The physico-chemical characteristics of the reservoir water and locked soil samples were found to have great variation in the prescribed limit. Sadli reservoir, a small inland reservoir located in Village sadli, Teh Kasrawad District Khargone, Madhya Pradesh, India. It was built over Small river, in the basin of Narmada River. The physico-chemical characteristics, pollution studies of Sadli reservoir water and locked soil have been done in November, December 2012. The Study shows the contain sewage of different villages. Therefore the conservation and management of these water is very much required. Here we are study about chloride content, total hardness, Mg hardness, Ca hardness, alkalinity, temperature and Ph parameters. In locked soil we are study about Ph value, grain size, specific gravity, moisture content, elasticity and plasticity.


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