A spatial variation of water quality index was generalized for the study area the average water quality index values range between 588 and 672 generally, the water quality index values within the study area were about the critical pollution level the concentrations of most elements in the studied water samples were. Therefore, the high level of groundwater table seriously affects the infiltration and predisposes the shallow groundwater to pollution in the delta region, drainage water is reused for irrigation after mixing with nile water, while in upper egypt drainage water is disposed into the river nile the use of fertilizers and pesticides. Physico-chemical analyses were conducted to check the validity of the collected data for the determination of micro-pollutants, gas chromatography (gc) and high performance liquid chromatography (hplc) were used heavy metals were also determined to investigate the level of industrial pollution in the river system. Abstract: river nile is the main source of drinking water in egypt unfortunately, it receives the calculated water quality index (wqi) supported the analytical data and the correlation coefficient matrix key words: river nile rosetta branch delta region water quality drains discharge pollution physico-chemical and. The pollution of river nile is an issue that has been regularly underestimated with so many fish die in large numbers from poisoning because of the high levels of ammonia and lead all of these factors combine together to make nile a polluted river which may spell doom for the generations to come. The nile river is so polluted because we treat the river in an inappropriate manner, some of us through dead animals and garbage into the river, while some others uses cheap to overcome such problems we have to raise the level of education and awareness of people, and apply some rules of law to protect the nile.
Heavy metals concentration in the river nile, white nile and blue nile in terms of cadmium, and chromium were found to be within the level according to who guidelines for drinking water, but for lead it was in the marginal level however when comparing the concentrations obtained in this study with those in two previous. Since 500 tonnes of phosphate were spilled in the river nile when a boat capsized in egypt's southern qena governorate, his life has changed he said that his workers took water samples at the site of the spill and results showed that the level of phosphate in the water was within permissible limits. High bod and cod levels in polluted sectors are related to the existence of high bacterial load and organic matters as well as relative high temperatures which enhance the enumeration of bacteria the concentration of copper, iron, manganese, nickel, and zinc recorded higher levels in the polluted sector than river nile at. Of egypt addresses the present-day hydro-environmental status and quality deterioration trends of surface nile river wa- ter 2- in nile water of damietta and rosetta branches precludes subjacent sources of polluted wa- ter mixing of surface nile the groundwater levels of the pleistocene aquifer range from 16 mbgl.
It could be pollution it could be high level of soil salinity because my land is near the sea” sewage adds to henidy's farming troubles the authorities generally ignore sewage disposal into the river, and the banks of the canal are constantly clogged with garbage the water is becoming more and more toxic. The river nile is an important and vital source for all forms of life wherever you find water you will find signs of life it is an imperative and a key element of the economical and social development, the egyptian government is losing about 3 million pound as a result of the millions of tons of industrial pollutants. Egypt's nile-borne health crisis #health clean water is not on the agenda in egypt, but given the scale of health problems among egyptians living near the nile, perhaps it should be poor garbage collection services have resulted in rampant pollution along the side of the river nile (mee/andrew bossone.
River nile physico-chemical analyses were conducted to check the validity of the collected data for the determination of micro-pollutants, gas chromatography ( gc) and high performance liquid chromatography (hplc) were used heavy metals were also determined to investigate the level of industrial pollution in the. Toc to the river nile however, the resulting concentrations were all within acceptable levels also, the observed results showed that the blue and white nile pollution for thousands of years, the people of sudan have been depended on the nile's water for survival since it is the main drinking water source in sudan. The nile near beni suef photo credit: marcell katona by fady michael, staff writer for save the water™ | april 1st 2014 the river nile, the longest river in the world (4,258 miles),1 flows from the lakes of central africa to the mediterranean sea its water resources are shared by eleven countries, namely. 22 אפריל 2017 the main reason for the high pollution levels is that the nile river has become a dumping ground for the egyptian industrial sector every day an average of 270 tons of industrial waste is poured into the river according to tests conducted in egypt, about 120,000 tons of waste from hospitals and about 3.
This study was carried out to investigate the level of heavy metal pollution of the white nile river in sudan three locations were selected to represent high, medium and low pollution-risk areas location 1, in the river port town of kosti, represented a high pollution locality location 2 at elfeteihap, near an industrial area in. It was concluded that levels of heavy metal in fish organs showed high concentration of detected heavy metals, while water samples give low heavy metals concentration this implies that, the fish sample can be used to monitor heavy metals pollution level in the white nile river more safe and economic.
The river nile serves as a lifeline to millions of people across east africa and egypt but is under threat from population growth, pollution and climate change some egyptian fishermen say the water is now so toxic that they dare not eat the fish they catch tap here to find out more egyptian fisherman. Greater cairo is the largest populated area along the whole course of river nile with a wide range of anthropogenic activities effects of metal pollution on fish body indices were studied using condition factor (cf) and scaled mass index ( smi) metal pollution index (mpi) showed that the total metal load in.
Of pollution in the water and adjacent sediment of the nile river and its main tributaries at keywords: river nile, heavy metals pollution, icp-oes, enrichment factor, geo- accumulation index in order to verify the quantity of heavy metal pollution levels in the sediment samples two indices have been. River nile is the most important rivers it passes through many countries it has historical, economic, agricultural important for these countries in the last period, the river nile pollution exposure to many pollutants i will talk in this report about the importance of the river nile and river, nile pollution and. The water quality of lake naser upstream of the high aswan dam and the main stem of the river nile from aswan to cairo is good and traces of pollutants, if any, are far below the levels set in the quality standards set by law 48 however, water quality in the irrigation and drainage canals deteriorates. Main water source: the river nile (1545 km including the two branches) 1) the river nile (555 bcm/yr) 2) rain fall and flash floods (about 2 waste effluent, and due to leaching of pesticides and fertilizers from agriculture land, drains became polluted level drainage catchments in the delta with pollution problems.