WATER QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF BURI GANGA HILL STREAM OF NAHOR GAON, DABOKA OF ASSAM, INDIA
Dr. Tapashi Gupta*
Buri Ganga is a major tributary of river Kapili of Assam and 5km away from Daboka town of Assam. It has a great importance as picnic and tourist spot of the region. Hill streams are the cradle of nutrients especially calcium and magnesium in the form of ions. Anthropogenic factors mainly tourists activities and catchments runoff may influence the index of nutrients in stream water. Nutrients play a vital role into niche restoration maintennance, self regulation and water quality. Some of the water quality parameters have been studied in different stations of the stream. The study conducted for three months from October, 2015-December,2015. Different parameters like, pH, FCO2, TA, DO, Cond. BOD etc. indicated that the hill stream water is not in polluted condition.
Keywords: Buri Ganga Stream, water quality monitoring, Aquatic pollution, physico-chemical parameters etc.
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