Articles | Volume 379
Proc. IAHS, 379, 61–66, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-379-61-2018
Proc. IAHS, 379, 61–66, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-379-61-2018
Pre-conference publication
05 Jun 2018
Pre-conference publication | 05 Jun 2018

Understanding the potential sources and environmental impacts of dissolved and suspended organic carbon in the diversified Ramganga River, Ganges Basin, India

Mohd Yawar Ali Khan and Fuqiang Tian

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This study has been conducted on Ramganga River, a major tributary of Ganges River, India, to observe the spatial variation of DOC, dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC), SOC and suspended inorganic carbon (SIC) in river water. The significant conclusions of this investigation revealed that the river and its tributaries show abundance amount of TSC (SOC and SIC) and TDC (DOC and DIC) both in the upstream and downstream. TDC accounts more in river concentration as compared to TSC.