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Mahesh Anand Goudar

Bio: Mahesh Anand Goudar is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Water quality. The author has co-authored 1 publications.
Topics: Water quality

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01 Jan 2015
TL;DR: An investigation was carried out in Chikkamalappanakere tank near Shivamogga town on physico- chemical characteristics during January to December 2012 as mentioned in this paper, which revealed that, tank water is polluted as it possesses high BOD, CO2, phosphate and nitrogen.
Abstract: An investigation was carried out in Chikkamalappanakere tank near Shivamogga town on physico- chemical characteristics during January to December 2012. The results of physico-chemical parameters were compared with the standard values prescribed by the Bureau of India Standards (BIS) and World Health Organization (WHO). The study revealed that, tank water is polluted as it possesses high BOD, CO2, phosphate and nitrogen. In the light of standard of water quality recommended by WHO, the tank water should not be used by human beings especially for drinking and cooking.