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Impact of urbanization and industrialization on irrigation water quality of a canal - a case study of Tongi canal, Bangladesh
Advances in environmental research
The Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. Tongi canal is situated on the north of the city, which connected the Turag river to the west and the Balu river to the east. A total of 26 water samples were collected from the canal to measure irrigation water quality on the basis of their trace metal and major ionic constituents. Trace metals concentrations in water samples were determined using an Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer. Thedoi:10.12989/aer.2016.5.2.109 fatcat:wwkgggvoqncgrlsrmfy7t334cq