Spatio-temporal variation in the hydrochemistry of Tawa River, Central India: effect of natural and anthropogenic factors.

Abstract

Tawa River is the biggest left bank tributary of the Narmada, the largest west-flowing river of the Indian peninsula. Central India enjoys a tropical climate, is highly urbanized, and the river flow is mostly controlled by monsoon; a large part of the population depend on rivers for their livelihood. Spatial and temporal variations in the hydrochemistry of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10661-013-3291-3

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