Correlation between different Physicochemical parameters of ground water and surface water in Bundi region, Rajasthan, India

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Author Name :- Rachana Jadon,Nitu Singh,Dr. Fatima Sultana

Journal type:- NJRIP-National Journal of Research and Innovative Practices

Research Field Area :-  Applied and Life Science ; Volume 3, Issue 1, No. of Pages: 10 

Your Research Paper Id :- 20180220

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Abstraction :-

Water is extremely essential for survival of all living organisms. The quality of water is vital concern for mankind since it is directly linked to human welfare (10). The present study has been focused on determination of correlation between different physicochemical parameters (pH, Turbidity, Alkalinity, Total Hardness, Total dissolved solids, Conductivity, Chloride, Sulfate, Fluoride content) in major surface water and ground water bodies of Bundi Region. The deterioration in the quality of water could be accounted to rapid urbanization. The result of present work will help in analyzing pollution level in the selected sites of Bundi region of Rajasthan, India.

Keywords :- 

Physicochemical parameters, Ground water, Surface water, Correlation

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