International Academic Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies

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Evaluating the water quality in the drinking part in the salt marsh basin of Khaf

Abbas Alipour,Seyed Mostafa Hashemi,Sejad Bagheri Seyed Shokri and Mohammad Framarzi

Abstract: Fresh water is not considered as a global resource but as a regional resource that is accessible in specific aquifer areas of the world and it is found in different forms because of its limitation. In some of aquifer areas these limitations are seasonal that depends on capability and ability of water storage. In this research by using the standard Schuler diagram and by using the data of 5 stations in the salt marsh basin of Khaf the amount of the water quality was evaluated in this basin in terms the drinking. That the results showed that evaluating the amount of anions and cations in the drinking water of this region in the Schuler diagram, sets the water quality of this basin in the three classes of completely unpleasant, appropriate and medium. Among the existing statins Ghaen and Shakhen are placed in the completely unpleasant class and allocate the most share of the area of the field to themselves, the Khoshbakht station is placed in the inappropriate class and covers 25 percent of area of the basin and the Fakhroud and Khounik are placed in the medium class that have allocated the 25 percent of the basin to themselves. According to results it is specified that the equality amount of the basin is placed in the critical range and in future it is possible that will encounter the region with danger socially and be the cause of migration of people of this region to other places and to cause of several environmental problems

Keywords: Water quality, Iran, the salt marsh basin of Khaf, anion, cation

Page: 67-74

DOI: 10.9756/IAJPES/V6I1/1910005

Volume 6, Issue 1, 2019