Correlation between different Physicochemical parameters of ground water and surface water in Kota region, Rajasthan, Indi

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

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

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

Your Research Paper Id :- 20180115

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Abstraction :-

Water is the most precious gift of nature. It is the most vital factor that determines the development of a nation. Present study focuses on the correlation amongst physicochemical parameters (pH, Turbidity, Alkalinity, Total Hardness, Total dissolved solids, Conductivity, Chloride, Sulfate, Fluoride content) of ground water and surface water in Kota City (Rajasthan, India). Interrelationship studies between different variables are very helpful tools in promoting research and opening new frontiers of knowledge. The study of correlation reduces the range of uncertainty associated with decision making for mitigating pollution level.

Keywords :- 

Physicochemical parameters, Correlation, Ground water, Surface water

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