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Physico chemical analysis of water and soil in Sengulam and Mangulam in Dindigul district, Tamil Nadu, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Research centre and PG Department of Zoology, Jayaraj Annapackiam College for Women (Autonomous), Periyakulam - 625 601, Tamil Nadu, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 4, Issue (5), Pages 28-33, May,22 (2015)


Research paper of some water analysis reports with physico-chemical parameters have been given for the exploring parameter study. Guidelines of different physico-chemical parameters also have been given for comparing the value of real water sample. In Sengulam wetland the physico- chemical analysis of water and soil which is highly polluted compare to Mangulam wetland. Due to increased human population, industrialization, use of fertilizers and man-made activity water is highly polluted with different harmful contaminants. The temperature is maximum in April and May and minimum in December and January.


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