THE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF DHARAMSAGAR THANDA POND, KONCHAVARAM, CHINCHOLI TALUK, GULBARGA DISTRICT, KARNATAKA, INDIA

Authors

  • Shravan Kumar N. Tompe Department of Research and Studies in Zoology, S.B. College of Science, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi - 585103- Karnataka, India
  • Dr. Ramakrishna Reddy B Department of Research and Studies in Zoology, S.B. College of Science, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi - 585103- Karnataka, India
  • Prof. K. Vijay Kumar Department of Research and Studies in Zoology, S.B. College of Science, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi - 585103- Karnataka, India

Keywords:

Physico-chemical parameters, Dharamsagar Thanda Pond, Monthly fluctuations

Abstract

The present work is an attempt to assess the Physico-chemical parameters of the Dharamsagar Thanda Pond, Kunchavaram, Chincholi Taluk, Kalaburagi District, Karnataka State, India. To determine suitability of the water for human consumption and other domestic uses. Monthly water samples are collected from different places of the Dharamsagar Thanda Pond were observed, which is 586 meters above the sea level and Latitude-17°31'48.55"N Longitude- 77°32'19.24"E. The present investigation was focused to carry out Atmosphere and Water Temperature, Total dissolved solids, pH, Dissolved oxygen,  CO2, Alkalinity, |Hardness, Calcium, Chloride, Phosphate and BOD were observed. The obtained results revealed that the condition of this Pond in different months during the study period shows fluctuations in the physic-chemical parameters and showed pollution status of this Pond.  It was found  that  the  water  samples  collected  from  various sites  in  and  around Dharamsagar Thanda village  was contaminated.  All sampling sites showed physicochemical parameters above the water quality standards and the quality of water is not good and it is not fit for drinking purpose.

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Shravan Kumar N. Tompe, Dr. Ramakrishna Reddy B, & Prof. K. Vijay Kumar. (2017). THE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF DHARAMSAGAR THANDA POND, KONCHAVARAM, CHINCHOLI TALUK, GULBARGA DISTRICT, KARNATAKA, INDIA. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(8). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1262