• The physico-chemical environment and the plankton of managed ponds in Haryana, India

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      Plankton; physico-chemical properties; substrate; pond; phyto-plankton; zooplankton

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      An investigation was made of the physical, chemical conditions of the water and substrate of nursery-cum-research-cum-rearing-cum-stocking ponds at Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute, Karnal. Temperature, pH, CO2, dissolved oxygen, chloride, phosphate, alkalinity, nitrates, organic matter, total solids, turbidity, electric conductivity, nitrogen, P2O5, sand, silt, clay, CaCO3, etc. were measured monthly. Statistical analysis of these factors showed some significant correlations. The phyto- and zooplankton were also sampled and the seasonal changes in abundance recorded.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      R N Singhal1 Swarn Jeet2 R W Davies1

      1. Aquatic Ecology Group, Department of Biology, The University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta - T2N 1N4, Canada
      2. Department of Zoology, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra - 132 119, India
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