STUDY ON GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN BANAT PLAIN PUBLISHED

C. PĂUNA, Laura ȘMULEAC laurasmuleac@yahoo.com
. Groundwater is the largest reservoir of freshwater in the world, representing more than 97% of all available freshwater reserves of the globe (excluding glaciers and ice caps). As groundwater flows slowly through the basement, the impact of human activities may affect a long time. This means the pollution that occurred decades ago - whether in agriculture, industry and other human activities - may still threaten water quality today and in some cases will continue to do so for several generations.Monitoring of groundwater quality in the Banat Plain was done by collecting water samples from four wells located in certain areas of importance: Timisoara, Moravia, and Fibiş stolen in June of 2016 and May 2017. The main indicators are determined as: reacting water and nitrogen content, calcium content and magnesium content of iron, manganese, water conductivity, the content of phosphates, chlorides, sulfates, calcium, potassium and sodium salts.After the analysis has shown that the quality of groundwater in the Banat Plain is good quality with a slightly basic pH; water conductivity remains below the maximum permissible ammonium exceeds the maximum permissible concentration in all wells, except in Timisoara; nitrogen content remains below the maximum permissible exceedances are recorded only Fibiş drilling in both years under study; manganese content exceeds the maximum allowed in all wells studied, except Fibiş drilling in 2017, the remaining indicators maintained at values below the maximum permissible concentration.
groundwater, quality, drills, pH, nutrient regime, salinity
Sustainable Development, Environmental Engineering and Geomatics
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