Graphical representation and classification of surface water in the lower alluvial plains of Narmada valley, between Khalghat and Harinphal

V.K.Parashar

Department of Geology, Govt. Motilal Vigyan Mahavidyalaya, Bhopal (India)

ABSTRACT:

The present study mainly concerns the classification and graphical representation of surface water in the lower alluvial plains of Narmada Valley between Khalghat and Harinphal in Madhya Pradesh. In all 18 (Eighteen) surface water samples have been collected from the ferry points and analysed by using the methods proposed by APHA (1985). The chemical analysis data have been graphically represented in Piper’s trilinear diagram, Modified Trilinear diagram and Wilcox diagram. On the basis of diagrams the surface water is dominated by Calcium-Bicarbonate type and does not have any Bicarbonate Hazard.

KEYWORDS:

Water quality,graphical representation,bicarbonate hazard

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Parashar V.K. Graphical representation and classification of surface water in the lower alluvial plains of Narmada valley,between Khalghat and Harinphal. Curr World Environ 2006;1(2):185-188.


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Parashar V.K. Graphical representation and classification of surface water in the lower alluvial plains of Narmada valley,between Khalghat and Harinphal. Curr World Environ 2006;1(2):185-188. Available from: http://www.cwejournal.org/?p=1036