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A Review on Water Quality Analysis

Prof. Sagar R. Chavhan | Monika Khaladkar | Payal Badak

Prof. Sagar R. Chavhan | Monika Khaladkar | Payal Badak "A Review on Water Quality Analysis" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-6 | Issue-3, April 2022, pp.393-396, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd49526.pdf

Water is essential for ecosystem and has been termed as “Elixir of life”. Ever since the civilization, man has used water for his economic gains and substances. For over thousands of years, human settlements and civilizations have originated, concentrated and thrived around different types of water bodies. It is known that water bodies have played a crucial role in growth and development of human society. Water security is emerging as an important and vital issue for India. Many Indian cities are experiencing moderate to severe water shortages due to implicit effects of agricultural growth, Industrialization and urbanization, these shortages would be further aggravated by population stress and irrigation requirements that are major factors related to water insecurity. Due to constant growth of population, technological ad industrial progress the nature of aquatic environment undergoes numerous changes and deteriorating its quality. In urban area, water pollution problems always influence the biological imbalance are both qualitatively and quantitatively. Most of the water resources are polluted with untreated/partially treated wastes from industry, domestic sewage and fertilizer/pesticide run off from agriculture fields etc.

Water Quality, Physico-chemical parameters, Sample, Resources

Volume-6 | Issue-3, April 2022
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