ASSESSMENT OF POLLUTION IN MIR ALAM LAKE, HYDERABAD, A.P., INDIAAMIN HOSSAINI MOTLAGH, K. NAVATHA AND P. MANIKYA REDDY
An assessment of pollution of the Mir Alam Lake has been made with the help of chemical and phycological parameters. Four stations were selected within the lake. Bicarbonates, Chlorides, Phosphates, Nitrites and Total solids were recorded in very high concentrations. Dissolved oxygen was present in low levels in the lake.The biological data reveal that the individuals of some organisms have increased. The data compared with ISI and WHO standards and water quality criteria. The importance of algae as biomonitors in pollution studies has also been emphasized.
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