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Articles by A.T. Chowdhury
Total Records ( 2 ) for A.T. Chowdhury
  Md. Muhibbullah , Salma Momotaz and A.T. Chowdhury
  Agrochemical pollution level in soil and water were determined and their impacts on human health were identified with questionnaire survey from in the Khamargao Village of Chandipasha Union under Nandail Thana of Mymensingh District in Bangladesh. Pollution of soils and water were determined by the chemical analysis in the laboratory and the health impact by questionnaire survey. It was observed that the pollution in surface and sub surface water were found to be higher. There was no pollution in deep tube well water in the investigation area. Agro-chemical contamination in the surface water of Khamargao village was high. Human health were severally affected by the application of agro chemicals in the study area. The worst victims by agrochemicals were the applicator farmers who apply those chemicals in their field. It also been found that the old people were the most suffered age group by the agro chemical pollution.
  Md. Muhibbullah , S.M. Nurul Amin and A.T. Chowdhury
  An attempted has been made to know the condition of soil and water of the Sundarban mangrove forest of Bangladesh by applying standard method. Soil pH was varied from 6.3 to 7.13. Organic matter of soil was found 7.63, 6.73, 6.67 and 6.67 at Sharankhola, Chandpai, Nalianala and Buigoalini, respectively. The average percentages of carbonate content in the soil were varied 12.33-17.13. The soil of Oligohaline zone of Sundarban mangrove forest is rich in calcium followed by magnesium and then potassium. The percentages of silt and clay were higher than sand in all study areas. The conductivity of water was found 270, 300, 7800 and 12300 (Micromhos/cm) in the river Rupsha, Passure, Shipsa and Arpangasia, respectively. Dissolved chloride in the water was found 200, 550, 2800 and 7200 (mg L 1) in the river Rupsha, Passure, Shipsa and Arpangasia, respectively.
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