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Limnology, Planktonic diversity and Ichthyofauna of Sant-Sarover Pond: Mount Abu (Rajasthan), India

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Limnological parameter promotes ecological diversity and acts as major key factors of the water body. The portability of water can be determined by planktonic and fish diversity in that water body. Mount Abu (Arbudanchal) is also referred as a place with abode of Gods as it is sated with devotion of all faith. The research site Sant-Sarover Pond has a mythological importance among the localised. In the weather cycle of monsoon (2018), the specific status of limnological characteristic, planktonic diversity and ichthyofauna of Sant-Sarover Pond have been studied through top and bottom water samples. The Limnological parameters of Sant-Sarover Pond showed low mean values including hardness (104.83 mg/l) and TDS (142.0 mg/l)) with optimum alkaline water (pH 7.12), and alkalinity of (98.50 mg/l) Secchi Depth of 80 cm. The average nitrate and sulphate levels were 28.57 mg/l and 122.28 mg/l while average dissolved oxygen levels were at 5.45 mg/l respectively. Based on the results of limnological parameters of water, Sant-Sarover Pond is eutrophic.
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  • Department of Bio-Science, Faculty of Basic and Applied Sciences, Madhav University, Rajasthan, India
  • Department of Bio-Science, Faculty of Basic and Applied Sciences, Madhav University, Rajasthan, India
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