Definitions for "Water quality"
Physical, chemical and biological measures of water.
(4) chemical and physical properties defined by measurable attributes of water, sediment and aquatic life.
The properties of the stream water. Variables affected include summer water temperature, turbidity, total dissolved solids, substrate fouling index, wet weather bacteria, and wet weather carbon.
A state of lake water represented by a combination of productivity, chemistry, cleanliness and recreational potential.
refers to the state of the overall pool or spa water conditions, regarding such factors as: sanitation, water chemistry, water clarity, water color and the appearance of the underwater surfaces. Water quality can become an issue in a variety of pool or spa problems, that detract from the goal of sparkling, crystal clear pool or spa water.
This term is used to describe the quality of water in rivers, lakes, streams or watercourses, as well as the quality of Potable or Drinking Water
the condition of water, especially in relation to its suitability for drinking. Water is safe or unsafe depending on the amount of bacteria in it.
The bacteriological condition of a water body as it relates to human health, measured using indicator bacteria.
The condition of water with respect to the amount of impurities in it.
Measurement of many factors that contribute to the overall health of water in an ecosystem.
The excellence of water in comparison with its intended use or uses.
a description of how good (adequate) a water is for a particular purpose
characteristics of water that help determine its usefulness for whatever purpose desired.