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ISSN: 2157-7625

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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R M Tripathi

Environmental Assessment Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai-400085, India.

Biography

Raj Mangal Tripathi is done graduation in Department of  Atomic energy. Currently, he is working at Bhabha Atomic Research in Environmental Assessment Division, Mumbai. Area of interest: Water quality, Environmental monitoring, Heavy metals etc.. 

Publications

Natural Radionuclide (U and 226Ra) in Water, Sediment, Fish and Plant Species in the Aquatic Environment around Uranium Mining and Ore processing Site at Jaduguda, India

Accumulation of radionuclide in aquatic plants and fish can reach to the human food chain. Studies of bioaccumulation characteristics of various aquatic species growing over the fresh water ecosystem is essential for long term planning of industrial waste disposal in ecosystem. Aquatic plants such as algae, Eichornia, Hydrilla etc. and plants growi... Read More»

N K Sethy, V N Jha, A K Shukla, S K Sahoo, R M Tripathi and V D Puranik

Research Article: J Ecosys Ecograph 2011, 1:103

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.1000103

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