FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2018 Vol.24 No.1 PP 177-182
PHYSICOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF GROUND WATER AND SURFACE WATER IN KOTA REGION, RAJASTHAN, INDIA
NITU SINGH* AND FATIMA SULTANA1
Department of Life Science,
Career Point University, KOTA (RAJASTHAN) INDIA
1Department of Zoology,
J. D. B. Govt. Girls College,
KOTA (RAJASTHAN) INDIA
*Corresponding Author :
Email- nitusingh2606@gmail.com
ABSTRACT
India is a developing nation and is dependent on its natural resources for growth and development. Water, being one of the vital natural resource, must be used judicially for the sustainable development. Present study focuses on the analysis of physicochemical parameters (pH, Turbidity, Alkalinity, Total Hardness, Total dissolved solids, Conductivity, Chloride, Sulfate, Fluoride contents) of ground water and surface water in Kota City (Rajasthan). The study shows the adverse impact of exploitation and urbanization on water resources of Kota City (Rajasthan). Some physicochemical parameters exceed the desirable limits as defined by WHO and Indian Standards in the selected sites. The level of pollution in ground water and surface water of Kota City is increasing due to urbanization.

Key words : Analysis, Ground water, Physicochemical parameters, Surface water, Urbanization.
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