Thus, it will be possible not only to describe the sediment age, but also to give a picture of the dominant mixture of plankton alga at the same time.
This is not an indication of a security issue such as a virus or attack.
The effluent samples collected from textile industries shows extremely high Total Dissolved Soild (TDS) content of 12023.6 mg/L and correspondingly high Total Solid (TS) content of 13499.2 mg/L. Of even greater concern have been the adverse environmental effects associated with waste disposal activities, particularly sewage sludge and dredged spoil dumping, oil spills and leakages as well as municipal and industrial waste water discharges.
The chloride content in the effluents from textile industries was 238.4 mg/L which was significantly high than acceptable limit of 200 mg/L set by WHO. Pimple, Study on Physico-Chemical Parameters of Waste Water Effluents from Taloja Industrial Area of Mumbai, India, International Journal of Ecosystem, Vol. Most of the industries in India are situated along the river banks for easy availability of water and also disposal of the wastes.
All these chemicals are quite harmful or even fatally toxic to fish[1-3] and other aquatic populations.
It is found that one-third of the total water pollution in India comes in the form of industrial effluent discharge, solid wastes and other hazardous wastes.