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    Abstract - Issue May 2019, 40 (3)                                     Back


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Analysis of heavy metals in water, sediment and selected fishes of River Sutlej, Punjab, India

 

Paper received: 13.09.2017??????? ??????? Revised received: 27.03.2018???????? ???????? Re-revised received: 19.04.2018??? ???????????????? Accepted: 03.09.2018

 

 

Authors Info

S. Kaur1, P. Singh1*, J.S. Bedi2 and S.S. Hassan1 ???   

  

1Department of Fisheries Resource Management, College of Fisheries, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana-141 004, India?

2Department of Veterinary Public Health ad Epidemiology, School of Veterinary Public? Health and Zoonosis, College of Veterinary Sciences, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana-141 004, India

     

*Corresponding Author Email :

prabjeet29255@yahoo.co.in

 

 

Abstract

 

Aim: The study aimed to assess the influence of heavy metal pollution in river Sutlej around the industrial city of Ludhiana.    

 

Methodology: Samples of water, sediment and commercially important selected fish species were collected before (S-1) and after (S-2) the confluence of Buddah Nallah in river Sutlej for the estimation of heavy matals using Atomic Absorption Mass Spectrometer, equipped with transverse graphite furnace tube for electro thermal determination of lead, copper, chromium and zinc.

 

Results: he water, sediment and fish samples collected from the site, S-2 showed higher concentration of heavy metals compared site S-1. All the metals studied were found within the permissible limit of different National and International agencies, except for the lead which was found above the permissible limit in fish, Wallago attu. ??????????????

 

Interpretation: The results reveal that river Sutlej around Ludhiana city is under severe threat of pollution due to the discharge of industrial effluents from the Buddha Nallah.

 

Key words: Fish, Heavy metals, Pollution, River Sutlej

 

 

 

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