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Compliance of ponds water quality towards mathematical modules

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Chemistry, S.M.W. College, Lohta, Varanasi, UP, India

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 6, Issue (8), Pages 39-42, August,22 (2017)

Abstract

Mathematicians have successfully proposed different mathematical modules for calculate the water quality of various water reservoirs. On these modules basis the water reservoirs may be categorically classified and the may be assigned for different purposes. Not only this, the nature of the catchment area of the water reservoirs may also be assessed. The water quality of five selected ponds in Varanasi has been subjected to different modules. It has been observed that ponds with identical catchment area follow one mathematical modules and show ponds water contains usable quality which are useful for anthropogenic purpose while other ponds water quality disagreeable and reject able.

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