By Richard Helmer,Ivanildo Hespanhol,United Nations Environment Programme.,Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council.,World Health Organization.
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G. g. bacterium Pseudomonas putida). g. fish tainting) of the substance, its mobility and distribution through different environmental media and its biodegradation behaviour (persistence). More recently within the concept of the ecosystem approach to water management, attempts have been made to address criteria that indicate healthy aquatic ecosystem conditions. In addition to traditional criteria, new criteria try to describe the state of resident species and the structure and/or function of ecosystems as a whole.
Then, for the purpose of maintaining or improving the quality of controlled waters the Government may, by serving a notice on the National Rivers Authority (NRA), establish with reference to one or more of the classifications to be described as above, the water quality objectives for any waters and the date by which the objectives shall apply. The purpose of the new system is to provide a firmer framework for deciding the policy that governs the determination of consent for discharges into each stretch of controlled waters and the means by which pollution from diffuse sources can be dealt with.
7 Protection of aquatic life Within aquatic ecosystems a complex interaction of physical and biochemical cycles exists. Anthropogenic stresses, particularly the introduction of chemicals into water, may adversely affect many species of aquatic flora and fauna that are dependent on both abiotic and biotic conditions. Water quality criteria for the protection of aquatic life may take into account only physicochemical parameters which tend to define a water quality that protects and maintains aquatic life, ideally in all its forms and life stages, or they may consider the whole aquatic ecosystem.
Water pollution control: a guide to the use of water quality management principles by Richard Helmer,Ivanildo Hespanhol,United Nations Environment Programme.,Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council.,World Health Organization.