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Articles by Ashwaq Saleh Hussein
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  Sami Kadhim Hassan , Ashwaq Saleh Hussein and Muklis Hakim Muwjid
  Five location were selected from Al-Diwaniyah river to study the impact of the city wastes such as rubbers and textile factories output on the physico-chemical properties of the river through the passage in the city during November in the year 2013 and 2014, two locations (in the South and North of Al-Diwaniyah city) were studied in the months of year 2014. Temperature of water, pH, dissolved oxygen, total dissolve solids (salinity), turbidity, electrical conductivity, total alkalinity, total hardness, calcium, magnesium, chloride, sulphates, nitrate and total phosphates. The heavy elements that have environmental danger like (Fe, Pb, Cu, Zn) are considered also. The study presents that the temperature of water is between 10-34°C and pH = 7.6. The water of the river is characterized by high aerated (10 mg L–1) as the standard world measures. High values were recorded for dissolve solids, turbidity, electrical conductivity and calcium in some months of these years in the north of Al-Diwaniyah. This due to agricultural usages and animal breeding (Boffalo which swim in the river). On the contrary the values of total alkalinity, total hardness, magnesium, chloride, sulphates, nitrate and total phosphates in the South of the city because of the influence of the polluting elements in the river water. In the North to the general average for the values of these variants are records as: 29 NTU), 1220 μmhos cm–1 (852, 127, 115, 539, 72, 158, 432, 0.32, 0.03 mg L–1), respectively. In comparison with the South of the city 27 (NTU), 1185 μmhos cm–1, (854, 121, 113, 598, 85, 169, 440, 0.40, 0.05 mg L–1 ), respectively. While the general values for the heavy metals were rare for (Pb, Cu, Zn) in which (0.03 mg L–1) for Fe. There is no serious effects for rubbers and textile factories on most of the above variants for the decreased production of these factories in the time of the study while the difference of the months study recorded serious effects on some of these variants, the pollution in the South of the city decreased in spite of this most of the general values are identical with the world quality of environment and the local water of the rivers because a lot of water is in the river in 2014.
 
 
 
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