International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2022, Vol. 10, Issue 3, Part B
Ecotechnological relations between aquatic-microbes & turbidity with machine learning techniques
Author(s): Debabrata Das and Aranya Das
Abstract: Ecotechnology may be a never-ending applied science to all mankind. Often applied and we all may know that in recent days Machine learning Techniques can be used in Ecotechnology for mankind in obtaining significant relations. Present research communication dealt with long-run fisheries research when we find that cation exchange capacity viz. CEC and total dissolved solids viz. TDS have roles in fisheries in controlling fish diseases hence also growth and fecundity. There can be no fish diseases often in waters may consisting a minimum to below 190 ppm of TDS or below 50 meq of colloidal CEC. The present communication dealt that water microbes have definite correlations with turbidity mentioned and this is controlled by other environmental measures TDS and CEC found with artificial intelligence viz.AI and Machine Learning Techniques.