Monitoring of Water Quality in Lake Radoniqi

Xhelal Këpuska, Luan Daija, Ilir Kristo

Abstract


The purpose of this research is to monitor water quality in Lake Radoniq through physical, chemical parameters which are very important for determining the environmental condition of the water in the lake and helps in determining the source of water pollution. During this research which was done in 2011 and 2012 in Lake Radoniqi analyzed these chemical parameters: temperature, turbidity, pH value, electrical conductivity, nitrites, expense KMnO4, phosphates, etc. From the results obtained during the analysis of water, recorded an increase of some chemical parameters such as turbidity, nitrites, expense KMnO4, this is the result of large flows of water and soil erosion from rainfall and snow melt. Taken as a whole lake water quality is good, but since the water, after treatment is used for human consumption, is required to monitor continuously water quality. In statements are given values of measurements nephelometric siltation which vary from 1.05 in august to 3.05 NTU in December the concentration of nitrites in the water of the lake varies from 0.003 mg / l in September to 0.0072 mg / l in June, this happens due to the discharge of rainfall and erosion where we are to carry on the lake waste significant amounts of organic matter, clay, and other solid materials.

Keywords: water, method, analysis, lake, parameters.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v2i4.1300

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v2i4.1300.g1830

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