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Hydrogeochemical composition analysis is used to indicate the quality of aquatic environment. Hydrogeochemistry generally include the hydrological character of water such as temperature, pH, EC, TDS, turbidity, salinity, total hardness (TH), alkalinity (carbonate, bicarbonate), chloride, dissolved oxygen (DO), biological oxygen demand (BOD), Ca, Mg, Na, K, sulphate, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate and geochemical characteristics of sediment such as macro nutrients(N, P, K) level, CaCO3, Ca, OC, sulphur, sediment texture, grain size distribution and heavy metal toxicity. Heavy metals are one of the serious pollutants in aquatic environment due to their toxicity.

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