Physico-chemical Parameters of Water, A case study of Drigh Lake District Qamabr-Shahdad-Kot Sindh

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S. A. BROHI
Z. A. PALH
M. N. PANHWAR
N. A. ABRO
K. H. LASHARI
K. F. ALMANI
S. A. SHAIKH
A. A. KHAND
R. SUHAG

Abstract

As a universal solvent, water can dissolve many materials, including inorganic or organic composite. The water quality is typically said to be the water portion that is available at the optimum level for acceptable plant and animal growth. Any of the significant variables that decide the development of living organisms in the water body are temperature, turbidity, salinity, dissolved oxygen, pH, alkalinity, hardness, etc. The Drigh Lake, a natural lake, is threatened by population areas that directly dump their household waste into the lake, causing a risk for the environment. To explain the situation, the water samples for various chemical and physical parameters including temperature, electrical conductivity, pH, alkalinity, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, etc. were collected monthly. The high degree of turbidity, hardness, total dissolved solids, pH, and alkalinity in the water quality was discovered in the contrast of data with the normative standards of the W.H.O (20-200).

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