of hydrogeoecological features of the Yesil River Basin
Amirzhanovna1, K.M. Zhanaleyeva1, B.Z. Galimzhanovich1,
Saparov1,? E. H. Mendybayev2? and E. Atasoy3*
Geography, Faculty of Natural Sciences, L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National
University, Astana, 010000, Kazakhstan
Ecology, Faculty of Natural Science,? K.Zhubanova? Aktobe Regional State
University,? Aktobe, 120505Kazakhstan
Primary Education and Social Sciences, Faculty of Education, Uludag
University, Bursa, 16059, Turkey
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Yesil River Basin
Paper received : 16.10.2016
Revised received : 20.06.2017
Accepted : 27.06.2017
Aim: The aim of the
present study was to examine the hydrochemical composition and geoecological
features and to assess the level and nature of anthropogenic pollution in the
Yesil river basin.
studies are an integral part of observation and analysis of landscape
components. Sample analysis of chemical composition of the Yesil river basin
water was conducted in July-August 2016 to ascertain the current state of
geo-environmental pollution of the basin water.
of river water causes sharp deterioration in the sanitary condition of river.
Great harm is caused by pollution by industrial, agricultural, municipal and
domestic sewage. However, there is an increased content of SO42-,
NO3- and NO2-, Fe and total
salinity of water.
analysis of water quality in the Yesil indicates that the river copes with
pollution mainly by the self-cleaning processes. Comparative analysis of
qualitative and quantitative indicators of the Yesil river basin water
surface indicates the presence of some of their relationship. The solution to
the problem of stabilization and improvement of the ecological state of the
Yesil river basin geosystems, under intensive anthropogenic impact, requires
maximum consideration of the specific nature condition and the analysis of
key factors and processes that affect its condition.
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