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    Water quality in the basin of the Amajac river, Hidalgo, Mexico: Diagnosis and prediction

    Amado Alvarez1,2, Enrique Rubiños Panta1, Francisco Gavi Reyes1, Juan José Alarcón Cabañero2, Elizabeth Hernández Acosta3, Carlos Ramírez Ayala1, Enrique Mejía Saenz1, Francisco Pedrero Salcedo2, Emilio Nicolas Nicolas2, Enrique Salazar Sosa4

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.75, pp. 71-83, 2006, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2006.75.071

    Abstract A water quality index as a standardized method to compare the category in an integral way, between locations and through time, of the different water, river and stream storages of the Amajac river basin was developed. In addition, it is possible to predict the degree of contamination and establish planning strategies in the management of the water resources for the river basin in issue. The used methodology was based in the quantitative expression of water quality. Three samplings were made (2005-2006) and Dissolved Oxygen, Coliform in feaces, pH, Oxygen Biochemical Demand, Nitrates, Total Phosphorus, Turbidity and Dissolved Total Solids were… More >

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