International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2017, Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part E
Physicochemical parameters in Karwar coastal water, central West coast of IndiaAuthor(s):
Pradnya D Bandekar and Shivkumar B HaragiAbstract:
In present study an attempt was made to investigate the bottom water physicochemical characteristics of coastal inshore water at nine stations along the coast of Karwar, India. Bottom water temperatures varied from (24.0 °C to 33.0 °C.). Salinity values varied from (8ppt. to 36ppt.), and pH ranged from (7.0 to 8.35.), Variation in dissolved oxygen content was from (2.2 mg/l to 4.36 mg/l), the range of inorganic nutrients viz. nitrites, nitrates, phosphates and silicates were (0.99 μg/l to 2.69 μg/l), (0.3μg/l to (2.95μg/l), (0.35μg/lto2.88μg/l), (5.35μg/l to 256.45μg/l) respectively.Pages: 328-331 | 581 Views 29 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Pradnya D Bandekar and Shivkumar B Haragi. Physicochemical parameters in Karwar coastal water, central West coast of India. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2017; 5(2): 328-331.