Total views : 99
Seasonal Variation of Groundwater Quality in Rural Areas of Jaipur District, Rajasthan
Background: Water plays an important role for healthy well-being of all living beings. During last decade, due to human interference ground water get polluted drastically and resulted into many health hazards. Objective: This study is done to understand the seasonal variations in the physiochemical parameters of the groundwater of three sites of Amber Tehsil of Jaipur district, Rajasthan using statistical tools. Methodology: To carry out the research, ground water samples were collected once a month throughout a year. Three samples were collected from each site and chemical analysis was conducted. With the help of one-way ANOVA test the difference between the three sites based on the parameters was calculated. Findings: This paper reveals that groundwater of these three sites shows seasonal variations in all twelve parameters using statistical methods like paired t-test and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) tests. The groundwater of all the sites is not suitable for drinking & industrial purposes which will help the local government to take necessary action.
Anova, Bureau of Indian Standard, Seasonal Variation, Water Quality Assessment
- Patil VT, Patil PR. Physicochemical Analysis of Selected Groundwater Samples of Amalner Town in Jalgaon District, Maharashtra, India. E-Journal of Chemistry. 2010; 7(1):111-16. Crossref
- Mishra A, Bhatt V. Physico-Chemical and Microbiological Analysis of Under Ground Water in V.V Nagar and Nearby Places of Anand District, Gujarat, India. E-Journal of Chemistry. 2008; 5(3):487-92. Crossref
- Omezuruike OI, Damilola AO, Adeola OT, Enobong F, Olufunke S. Microbiological and physicochemical analysis of different water samples used for domestic purposes in Abeokuta and Ojota, Lagos State, Nigeria. African Journal Biotech. 2008; 7(5):617-21.
- Adefemi SO, Awokunmi EE. Determination of Physicochemical parameters and heavy metals in water samples from Itaogbolu area of Ondo-State, Nigeria. African Journal Environment Science Technology. 2010; 4(3):145-48.Crossref
- Maithani PB, Gurjar R, Banerjee R, Balaji DK, Ramachandran S, Singh R. Anomalous fluoride in ground water from western part of Sirohi District, Rajasthan and its crippling effect on human health. Current Science. 1998; 74(9):773-77.
- Khan TI, Sabal D. Flouride contamination status of ground water in Phulera Tehsil of Jaipur District, Rajasthan. Journal Environment Biology. 2008; 29(6):871-76. PMid:19297983
- Sushela AK, Das TK, Gupta JP, Tandon RK, Deka RC.Fluoride ingestion and its co-relation with gastro intestinal discomfort. Journal Gastro-entrology and hepatology.1992; 25(1):5-22.
- Rozycka D, Grobelny M. Perspectives for fluorine removal from waste water of phosphate fertilizer industry. Chemick.1998; 4:92-93.
- Sahu SK, Pati SS, Badapanda RK. Fluorine content in ground water around an aluminum industry in Hirakund, Orissa. Environmental Ecology. 1998; 16(1):169-71.
- Agrawal V, Vaish AK, Vaish P. Ground water quality: Focus on fluoride and fluorosis in Rajasthan. Current Science.1997; 73(9):743-46.
- Khursheed S, Bashir A, Zaheeruddin, Shabbeer MV. Effect of waste disposal on water quality in parts of Cochin, Kerala.Indian Journal Environment Health. 1998; 40(1):45-50.
- Rat SP, Sarangi PK, Mishra PC. Bio-accumulation and bioconcentration of fluoride in environmental segments ofHirakud. Indian Journal Environment Protection. 1998; 18(3):199-202.
- Kumar N, Bansal N, SharmaS K. Determination of Fluoride status in groundwater of Rajasthan. International Journal Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Biological Science. 2014; 4(3):576-92.
- Sharma S, Chhipa RC. Seasonal variation of ground water quality and its agglomerates by water quality index. Global Journal Environment Science Management. 2016; 2(1):79-86.
- There are currently no refbacks.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.