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Dissolved oxygen - A target indicator in determining use of the Gulf of Kachchh waters
Spatial and temporal variations of Dissolved Oxygen (DO) and Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) in the Gulf of Kachchh (GoK), India are assessed based on data collected since 1976.DO concentrations in the interior GoK vary ...
Tide dependent seasonal changes in water quality and assimilative capacity of anthropogenically influenced Mormugao harbour water
Water quality data from Mormugao harbour area at the mouth of Zuari estuary in Goa have been obtained over two tidal cycles monthly for the year 2003 to 2004. R-mode factor analyses of the data indicated strong positive ...
BOD-DO modeling and water quality analysis of a waste water outfall off Kochi, west coast of India
Water quality scenarios around an offshore outfall off Kochi were simulated using MIKE21 water quality model, assuming a high Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD=50 mgl sup(-1)) effluent discharge. The discharge is introduced ...
Factors controlling physico-chemical characteristics in the coastal waters off Mangalore - A multivariate approach
Water quality parameters (temperature, pH, salinity, DO, BOD, suspended solids, nutrients, PHc, phenols, trace metals-Pb, Cd and Hg, chlorophyll-a (chl-a) and phaeopigments) and the sediment quality parameters (total ...
Dispersion and retrievability of water quality indicators during tidal cycles in coastal Salaya, Gulf of Kachchh (West coast of India)
Bacterial indicators in relation to tidal variations were studied at five locations for over 2 days covering three tidal cycles in the southwestern region of Gulf of Kachchh, India. Tidal flow here is predominantly in the ...
Measuring, modelling, and grading the health of waterbodies
(Tata Energy Research Institute, India, 2003)
The tourism-dominated watershed area in North Goa, India has a contiguous stretch of marine water bodies - the open sea between Sinquerim and Chapora; the three estuaries of rivers Chapora, Mandovi, and Nerul; and a small ...