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Water quality is an important criteria for assessment of the productivity of pond. The study was designed to assess the quality of pond water of Anandbag Pond & Manokamna temple pond of LNMU, Campus, Darbhanga,Bihar, with respect to physico-chemical parameters including turbidity, conductivity, dissolve O2, free CO2, PH, Potassium, zinc, iron, sodium, chloride & hardness. The results were evaluated and compared with both ponds water quality standards. It is found that based on physico- chemical parameters, both ponds water is not suitable for domestic uses.

Physico-chemical parameters, pond water, anandbag pond, manokamna temple pond, domestic uses.

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SHACHI, K., PRASAD, N. K., & KUMAR, S. (2020). WATER QUALITY OF TWO CARP CULTURE AGEING PONDS OF LNMU, CAMPUS, DARBHANGA, BIHAR. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 41(11), 98-101. Retrieved from https://www.mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/1644
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