Hydrology: Current Research

Hydrology: Current Research

Ground Water Issue

Underneath the surface of the earth falsehoods an inconceivable group of water. It doesn’t exist in a substantial underground bay or a rushing underground stream yet rather as modest droplets of water, scattered near the grains of soil Read more…

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Posted by Keerthana - 08/02/2013 at 02:11

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Ground Water Pollution – A Natural Disaster

The Ground water Pollution analysis was done by USGS National Water Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA) to determine the concentrations of chloride, dissolved salts, nitrate in groundwater. Along with chloride, nitrate, and dissolved solids Read more…

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Posted by Sylvina - 09/01/2013 at 03:59

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Use of Respirometry in Waste Water Determination

Now-a-days waste water disposal is becoming more severe which requires use of number of waste water treatment plants. Therefore waste water treatment plants developed a instrument called respirometry which is based on the principle of measuring Read more…

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Posted by Sylvina - 18/12/2012 at 00:38

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Assessing Risk of Effluents in Waste Water Treatment Industries

It is very important to assess the risk of effluents in waste water treatment industries. There exists a method called as fuzzy logic, a well-known theory which deals with uncertainty, where data are often lacking in environmental field. Read more…

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Posted by Sylvina - 26/11/2012 at 00:22

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Degradation of Water Resources

Water resources are the main contents for the life to get survive on the earth. Water resources like lakes, rivers, oceans, small ponds are getting degraded by the human kind since years. With the advent of technologies in day to day life, besides advantages Read more…

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Posted by Keerthana - 08/11/2012 at 03:21

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Non sensitivity of Antibiotics in Waste Water Treatment Industries

Antibiotic resistance is the major problem that a waste water treatment plant is facing now-a-days. Water of municipal sewage treatment plants contain harmfull genes that make bacteria non sensitive to antibiotics. Non sensitivity of bacteria to antibiotics Read more…

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Posted by Sylvina - 20/10/2012 at 07:26

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