International Journal of Applied Biology and Forensics

Pond Water Pollution: A Barrier to Commercial Fish Production

Ihtsham Liaqat, Umair Bukhtiar and Muhammad Faheem Malik

Department of Zoology, University of Gujrat, Hafiz Hayat Campus, Gujrat, Pakistan

Correspondence: ihtshamliaqat101@gmail.com

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Abstract

For every country there is vast scope for fish forming but the share of commercial fish production in total (GNP)Gross National Product is not considerable globally. Pollution is a major factor posing significant danger to hygiene issue for fish population inhabiting in pond water. Its major role is contribution to reduce the fish density and act as barrier against the commercial fish production. Different kinds of pollution like atmospheric pollution,biological pollution, eutrophication and chemical pollution such as acidic rain (acidification) effect pond fish production. Although commercial fish production is intensively managed but there are many hurdles that reduce the yield. This review covers the effect of different kinds of pollution on fish which are produced commercially in ponds.

Keywords: Pollution, Population, Commercial Fish Production, Fish Density. Pond Water