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IMPACT OF MOBILE TOWER RADIATION ON BIRDS IN DISTRICT RAJNANDGAON AND DONGARGARH AREA OF CHHATTISGARH

Shanti Verma, Dr. Shweta Sao and Dr. R. K. Singh*

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A filed survey was conducted on effect of mobile tower radiation on birds in Rajnandgaon & Dongargarh area from January2018 to May2018, in different sites of mobile tower situated in this area. Result indicate that total reduced birds in Rajnandgaon city 54.31% and 45.69% birds live in Rajnandgaon and total reduced birds in Dongargarh city 51.69% and 48.30% birds live in Dongargarh. Study revel that decrease the number of common house birds in Rajnandgaon and Dongargarh due to increase number of mobile towers day by day. During the study period recorded 11 species viz Coracias benghalensis [Indian Roller/Nilkanth] Grus leucogeranus [Crane], Gyps bengalensis [Vulture/Giddh], Dicrurus macrocercus [Black drongo], Corvus splendens splendens [Crow], Psittacula krameri [Parrot], Coccyzus americanus [Cuckoo], Passer domestica [House sparrow], Columba livia [ Pigeon], Aquila chrysaetos [Golden Eagle]and Acridotheres tristis[ Common Myna ] at all observation sites. Population density, abundance of birds diversity is significantly high in Dongargarh area due to less number of mobile tower and rich forest area. The number of mobile users in India is increasing day by day. So, that how many radiations are around us and what its impact on birds population and what will happen in future?. Observations also show that number of some local birds near mobile towers has gone down due to radiation impact. After reviewing all the data available on the subject that the EMFs is like a pollutant. According to this survey report recommended that regular auditing of EMR levels and creating awareness regarding hazardous pollution. Its need to framing new law of strictly follow the regulation to protect urban flora and fauna from threats like EMR.

Keywords: Electromagnetic Radiation, Radioactive waves, Cell Towers.


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