A Case Study of Selected Water Quality Parameters of River Ganga at Brijghat (J.P Nagar), India
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Study of river water shows variations in selected water quality parameters. Values of parameters are fluctuating with changing locations. The main reason of changing water quality is industrialization and domestic sewage. Water sampling has been done at four different upstream and downstream sites. Untreated sewage of three villages adding at site IV of Ganga river, so water sample at site IV is not suitable for drinking purpose.
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