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Zeinab Najafi, Gholam Hossein Karami

Article ID: 5122
Views - 126  (Abstract) PDF - 22  (Download)
Abstract: Estimating and studying groundwater recharge is necessary and important for the management of water resources. The main aim of this work is to estimate the value of the annual recharge in some parts of the Kermanshah and Kurdistan province located in the west of Iran. There are many approaches available for estimation of the recharge, but RS (remote sensi...
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Simon D. Christopher, Onimisi A. Jimoh, Onimisi A. Martins

Article ID: 5033
Views - 94  (Abstract) PDF - 14  (Download)
Abstract: The geology of the Zango-Daji area was investigated petrographically and geochemically to determine the study area’s rock types and mineralization potential. The study area is underlain by rocks of the basement complex characterized by hilly and undulating rocks, which include granitic gneiss, migmatite gneiss, biotite hornblende granite gneiss, and pegma...
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Esho Oluwaseyi Olatubosun, Osisanya Olajuwon Wasiu, Ibitoye Taiwo Abel, Ajibade Femi Zephaniah, Tokunbo Sanmi Fagbemigun

Article ID: 5128
Views - 73  (Abstract) PDF - 8  (Download)
Abstract: The research of an analysis of aeromagnetic data collected in the middle Benue Trough in north-central Nigeria is presented. A detailed analysis of basement structures is conducted in order to identify regions with high hydrocarbon potential that is different from those discovered by earlier researchers. Aeromagnetic data were filtered by using the Butter...
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Osisanya O. Wasiu, Diyanuwa A. Buduwara, Korode A. Isaac, Ibitoye T. Abel, Ajibade F. Zephaniah

Article ID: 5133
Views - 68  (Abstract) PDF - 11  (Download)
Abstract: Structural failure has been recently happenings mostly in the commercially populated states along the coastal line in Nigeria. As a result, an open field at a chosen location in Abuja, Nigeria, was investigated. For the purpose of this study, test bores were drilled and Standard Penetration Tests (SPT) were conducted at every 1.5 m interval up to a maximu...
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