Biochemistry

   

Study of the Effects Due to Eutrophication and a Chemical Pesticides in Jamuaari River Samastipur North Bihar India

Authors: Ghooran Mahto

Main objective of this research is to observe and discuss the change carried out by both speedy eutrophication and pesticidal phosphate on a part of JAMUAARI river bio system.This is an important aquatic biota which has great environmental and historical value .It is tributary where Bagmati,Kamla,Balan,Baya,Noon along with JAMUAARI river put water into Ganga. It is known as GANG MOHAN GHAT of INDRAWARA. The word INDRAWARA derived from INDRAPAAL a great king of Bengal in 11th century .This tributary makes a wide lea where so many kinds of birds are migrated from China,Nepal and Tibet during winter season

Comments: 10 Pages. Jamuaaririver is an old route of Budhi Gandak of samastipur,It made oldtributary at Indravara(named after Indradyumn Paal) where Ganga,Jamuaari, Balan(Kamla),Baya(with Noon),Bagmati were meeting eachtogether.Now day it is a big reservoir known as Gang Moh

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