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Abstract

HYDROCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF GROUNDWATER IN AND AROUND MANGALORE, DAKSHINA KANNADA DISTRICT, KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA

Natashekar D., Nagaraju D., Siddaraju K.* and A. Balasubramanian

ABSTRACT

Water quality assessment is essential to ensure viable, safe use of the resource for drinking or domestic, agricultural, and industrial purposes. Forty two groundwater samples were collected systematically during pre and post monsoon seasons in and around Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada district, Karnataka state in order to understand the geochemistry of the groundwater and to assess the overall physicochemical faces. The physical and chemical parameters of groundwater were compared with the standard guideline values recommended by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and World Health Organization (WHO) standards for irrigational suitability, domestic usage, the hydrogeochemical data have been plotted in standard graphs such as United State Salinity Laboratory (USSL) and Wilcox's diagrams, and the quality aspects of groundwater have been discussed.

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