Data on water quality index development for groundwater quality assessment from Obulavaripalli Mandal, YSR district, A.P India

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M PrasadM Ramakrishna Reddy

Abstract

Groundwater is a vital resource for most developmental activities. Demand for groundwater is increasing due to paucity of surface water and recurrent failures of monsoons. Increasing demand for groundwater causes water level to decline and water quality to deteriorate. This data article is aimed to investigate the quality of drinking water of Obulavaripalli Mandal YSR district based on water quality Index (WQI). To evaluate WQI in the study area, twenty groundwater samples were collected and different physico-chemical parameters viz., pH, EC, TDS, TH, total alkalinity (TA), calcium (Ca2+), magnesium (Mg2+), chloride (Cl-), sulphate (SO42-) and fluoride (F-) were analyzed. WQI data for groundwater samples indicated that 30% of the samples fall under excellent rating, 40% of the samples fall under good category and another 30% of the groundwater is under poor category. Overall groundwater quality is not suitable for drinking purpose.

Citations

Jun 28, 2018·Maternal and Child Health Journal·Paul HulshofInge Brouwer
Feb 23, 2020·Environmental Science and Pollution Research International·Mrunmayee Manjari Sahoo, Janaki Ballav Swain

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