WATER QUALITY OF FRESHWATER LAKE, GULBARGA DISTRICT, KARNATAKA.
Keywords:freshwater lake, Gulbarga, Physico-chemical parameters
The present study reports the water quality of freshwater lake, Gulbarga District, has been studied for a period of One year from October 2015 to September 2016. The physic-chemical parameters such as, temperature, pH, dissolved Oxygen, free Carbon dioxide, hardness, Calcium, Magnesium, Chloride, Alkalinity, Phosphate were analysed and the results indicate that, water quality of lake is within the limits and showed seasonal variations in their concentrations.
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