A Comparative Study of the Physiochemical Parameter Levels of Water Quality in Man Sagar Lake, Jaipur
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The contamination of water sources like Man Sagar Lake is a major global health problem. The accumulation of heavy metals and a change in the water's physicochemical properties due to eutrophication and slits breakdown result from releasing untreated waste, industrial discharges, home trash disposals, and agricultural waste. Untreated sewage and other pollutants are contributing to the degradation of Man Sarovar in Jaipur, Rajasthan. These pollutants promote eutrophication and slit disintegration by altering the water's physicochemical qualities.
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