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Analysis of Groundwater Qualitative Parameters in the Hill and Plain Sector of Dambovita County – Romania

Analysis of Groundwater Qualitative Parameters in the Hill and Plain Sector of Dambovita County –... Abstract Water intended for human consumption (whether natural or after applying appropriate treatment techniques) must comply with the values of quality parameters according to the laws and regulations in force. The geographical area analysed in this study covers part of Dambovita County and lies at the contact between the Outer Subcarpathian Hills at the Curvature and Candesti Piedmont, the High Plain of Targoviste and Titu Subsidence Plain. Considering that the population in this area is also supplied with water from individual wells, which capture surface aquifers, changes in some potability parameters may appear punctually, inducing a number of health impairments if consumed over a long period of time. 12 sample points have been chosen in localities considered to be vulnerable and a number of parameters (pH, Ca 2+ , Cl - ) have been analysed in the laboratory. Analyses have revealed excessive MAC (Maximum Allowable Concentration) in some locations such as Glodeni and Gheboaia. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals ”Valahia” University of Targoviste - Agriculture de Gruyter

Analysis of Groundwater Qualitative Parameters in the Hill and Plain Sector of Dambovita County – Romania

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Publisher
de Gruyter
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Copyright © 2016 by the
ISSN
2537-3137
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2537-3137
DOI
10.1515/agr-2016-0009
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Abstract

Abstract Water intended for human consumption (whether natural or after applying appropriate treatment techniques) must comply with the values of quality parameters according to the laws and regulations in force. The geographical area analysed in this study covers part of Dambovita County and lies at the contact between the Outer Subcarpathian Hills at the Curvature and Candesti Piedmont, the High Plain of Targoviste and Titu Subsidence Plain. Considering that the population in this area is also supplied with water from individual wells, which capture surface aquifers, changes in some potability parameters may appear punctually, inducing a number of health impairments if consumed over a long period of time. 12 sample points have been chosen in localities considered to be vulnerable and a number of parameters (pH, Ca 2+ , Cl - ) have been analysed in the laboratory. Analyses have revealed excessive MAC (Maximum Allowable Concentration) in some locations such as Glodeni and Gheboaia.

Journal

Annals ”Valahia” University of Targoviste - Agriculturede Gruyter

Published: Oct 1, 2016

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