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Authors :-Rakesh M. Birari, Pravin T. Bhoknal, Yogeshwari S. Pawar, Jyoti V. Sanap.

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 Volume 3 Issue 4

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Godavari River is the second largest river in India. In the present work some physicochemical parameter was studied for the analysis of Godavari River. The attempt has been made by selecting the six sampling locations along the stretch of 18Km long of Godavari River in Nashik City. Through the analysis it has been found that for the restricted study area, thestrongest positive correlation exists between turbidity and Hardness (R²=0.92) and Turbidity and Total Solids
(R²=0.95)
This results will be applicable for monitoring and maintaining the quality of river water as well as for forecasting the status of Pollution due to various causes. The above relationship will be helpful for the real time prediction of hardness and total solids with an instant determination of turbidity. This results will be widely applicable for textile and sugar industries.
Keywords:- correlation, Godavari River, Total solids, Total Dissolved Solids, Total suspended solids, Turbidity.