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ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING OF WATER QUALITY IN NON-CENTRALIZED WATER SUPPLY SOURCES IN THE AREA OF INFLUENCE OF LIVESTOCK BREEDING COMPLEX

Author(s) Dubin O.M., PhD of Veterinary Sciences, Associate Professor of Ecology and Life Safety, Uman National University of Horticulture
Vasylenko O.V., PhD of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor of Ecology and Life Safety, Uman National University of Horticulture
Category Ecology
year 2016 issue №1, 2016
pages 16-20 index UDK ЕКОЛОГІЧНИЙ МОНІТОРИНГ ЯКОСТІ ВОДИ ДЖЕРЕЛ НЕЦЕНТРАЛІЗОВАНОГО ВОДОПОСТАЧАННЯ У ЗОНІ ВПЛИВУ ТВАРИННИЦЬКОГО КОМПЛЕКСУ
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Abstract The article presents the results of three years of research into the influence of livestock breeding complex on the qualitative composition of water in non-centralized water supply sources in the zone of its location. The research of water has been conducted according to the indices of water hardness, acidity, content of fluorine, iron, ammonium, nitrite and nitrates depending on remoteness of livestock breeding complex. It has been found that water hardness exceeded the average norm of the maximum allowed limit by 1,5–2 times. Content of fluorine, iron and pH index of the researched water were within regulated norms. Nitrate concentration in water exceeded maximum allowed limit by 2–3 times, at the same time the closer the wells are located to the sources of pollution, the lower the seasonal and annual changes are.
Key words environmental monitoring, water quality, non-centralized water supply sources, livestock breeding complex, general hardness, fluorine, nitrates, iron.
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