Water is an indispensable part of human being. Water is extracted from groundwater which owing to its property of universal solvent tends to dissolve all minerals and ores presents in the earth crust in it. As a result of this number of heavy metals gets introduce into the water. This contaminated water is ingested by inhabitants where tap water in not available. As a result of this there exposure to these heavy metals is high. This book sheds lights on heavy metals in Central India with respect to iron and manganese.
Rahul Kamble holds MBA Environmental Management (the Netherlands), MSc, PhD Environmental Science. He is working as an Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Sardar Patel College, Chandrapur, India. He has completed three externally funded research projects and his research interests is environmental monitoring and management etc
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
water pollution, Heavy metals, trace metals, Aquatic environment
SCIENCE / Ecology