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Hydrogeochemical assessment of streamwater quality for its suitability for irrigation: the case of Manthong village, Kanglung (Bhutan)
Water Science and Technology : Water Supply
Mountain streams/springs are the primary irrigation water resource in Bhutan Himalaya, besides supporting drinking and other domestic needs. Successful crop production implies an adequate supply of high-quality irrigation water, among other factors. Thus, this study was conducted to assess the suitability of spring-fed streamwater for irrigation use and evaluate hydrogeochemical processes that regulate streamwater chemistry at the Manthong village in Kanglung, Bhutan. The water samples weredoi:10.2166/ws.2022.299 fatcat:avccgnbiwrhgvjqfenjl3gl3ye