Hafiz Umar Farid1, Muhammad Zubair2, Zahid Mahmood Khan1, Aamir Shakoor1*, Behzad Mustafa1, Aftab Ahmad Khan3, Muhamad Naveed Anjum4, Ijaz Ahmad5 and Muhammad Mubeen

...y status, farm location, groundwater quality and farming experience because these parameters have significance coefficient values of 0.471, 0.342, 0.169, 0.163, 0.142, 0.110, 0.076,0.071,0.046, -0.037, -0.116, -0.212, respectively. The analysis indicated that parameters such as farm location near the head reach, groundwater quality and long farming experience showed negative impact on adoptability of HEIS in the study area. ...

Mahmood Alam Khan1, Muhammad Yaseen1, Mujahid Khan*2, Amjad Khan1 

TEMPORAL VARIATION IN GROUND WATER QUALITY DUE TO URBANIZATION. CASE STUDY: DISTRICT PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN
...y temporal variations in groundwater quality of Peshawar by developing GIS based physio-chemical
parameters contour maps, comparative graphs and analyse results in light of Pakistan Standard Quality Control
Authority (PSQCA). In 2005, same study for district Peshawar was carried out jointly by PCSIR Peshawar and
Kyungpook National University. In order to assess the effects of urbanization on ground water quality in district
Peshawar...

Mahreen Alam*, Muhammad Ashfaq, Sarfraz Hassan and Asghar Ali 

...xt-align: justify;">Poor groundwater quality is a fundamental problem for the dairy sector. Pakistan is ranked fourth among the top ten milk-producing countries. However, it is also among those countries having the lowest milk productivity. Milk yield is declining due to a number of factors, including water pollution. This study was aimed to evaluate the effect of poor groundwater quality on the milk yield of dairy animals. ...

Sarhad Journal of Agriculture

December

Vol. 38, Iss. 4, Pages 1160-1546

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