To investigate the nutrient value of bottom soil pH, conductivity, potassium, exchangeable potassium, total phosphorus, available phosphorus, organic carbon, total nitrogen, available nitrogen, calcium and magnesium were analyzed from monthly samples collected from six sampling stations during two year of study, that is, April 2002-March 2004 of study. Soil from station A was found unpolluted due to low level of pollution load and less human activities. While at other stations sewage and municipal wastes increased the amount of calcium, magnesium and other nutrient.
Key words: River, sediment pollution, nutrient level.
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