Physical-chemical characteristics of ground waters in the area between the villages Injevo and Kalugerica, Radoviš

Mircovski, Vojo and Stefanova, Violeta and Paneva, Z.V. and Bozinov, Zoran and Sijakova-Ivanova, Tena (2012) Physical-chemical characteristics of ground waters in the area between the villages Injevo and Kalugerica, Radoviš. Geologica Macedonica, 26 (1). ISSN 0352 – 1206

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Abstract

This paper presents the results obtained from the latest research of the physical-chemical parameters of ground water made in the area between the villages Injevo and Kalugerica. Investigation shows that the temperature of the tested waters is in the range of 8–1400C, the measured pH values for analyzed waters are in the range of 6.2 – 8.0. TDS values measured in the tested waters range from a minimum value of 326 mg/l to a maximum value of 2252 mg/l. Their specified hardness is in the range from 18 to 1380dH. The scope of certain concentrations of alkalinity ranges from 68 mg/l to a maximum 540 mg/l. Chlorides are determined in a concentration range of minimum 17.4 mg/l up to a maximum of 241 mg/l. The concentrations of sulphates in the examined waters range from minimum 14.6 mg/l to a maximum 535 mg/l. The results of measurements of dissolved phosphorus concentrations range from minimum 0.011 mg/l to an extremely high value of 4.62 mg/l. The scope of certain concentrations of nitrate anions ranges from the minimum value of 4.6 mg/l in Gorno Injevo – B7, to the maximum value of 477 mg/l, and for nitrites the maximum concentration is 0.12 mg/l. The detected maximum concentration of ammonium ions is 0.0579 mg. The determination of the chemical composition of ground water is of particular importance for water supply to these settlements.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Natural sciences > Earth and related environmental sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Natural and Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Violeta Stefanova
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2013 08:49
Last Modified: 21 Feb 2013 08:49
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/5606

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