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Physico-chemical Characterization of Gosainkunda Lake
Nepal Journal of Science and Technology
High altitude lakes are very sensitive to climate change due to their small catchment area, limited vegetation cover, surface water with low nutrients, and thin soil and low bedrock weathering rates. The present study was focused on high altitude Himalayan Lake Gosainkunda, situated at an elevation of 4300 m in the Langtang National Park, and carried out during the post-monsoon season (October) in 2010. The main aim of the study was to assess the water quality quantitatively considering thedoi:10.3126/njst.v13i1.7449 fatcat:d44ki726fbaufcudd76lrpufzm