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Saadu Umar Wali, Ibrahim Mustapha Dankani, Sheikh Danjuma Abubakar, Murtala Abubakar Gada, Kabiru Jega Umar, Abdulqadir Abubakar Usman, Ibrahim Mohammad Shera

Article ID: 2141
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Abstract: This review presented a detailed re-assessment of the hydrogeology and hydrochemistry of the Tropical Anambra Basin. It identified and discussed the major geological formations and their groundwater potentials. The geological examination showed that the  Ajali Formation is confined in places forming an artesian condition; the potentials of...
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Saadu Umar Wali, Ibrahim Mustapha Dankani, Sheikh Danjuma Abubakar, Murtala Abubakar Gada, Kabiru Jega Umar, Abdulqadir Abubakar Usman, Ibrahim Mohammad Shera

Article ID: 2142
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Abstract: This review attempted a detailed description of geological and hydrogeological configurations of Cross River and Imo-Akwa Ibo basins. It presented a synthesis of hydrochemistry and a description of the hydrogeological configurations of the two basins. Hydrogeologically, most areas under Cross River and Imo-Kwa-Ibo are poor in terms of groundwater potent...
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Abdulqadir Abubakar Usman, Murtala Abubakar Gada, Aminu Muhammad Bayawa, Ibrahim Mustapha Dankani, Saadu Umar Wali

Article ID: 2149
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Abstract: This study examined the hydrochemistry of surface water along the River-Rima floodplain area. Five sampling locations were purposively selected, and, in each point, three samples were taken from surface water (river).The sampling was repeated after 20 days. Thus, a total of 30 samples werecollected. Water samples obtained were subjected to laboratory te...
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Olusola A. OlaOlorun, Segun Akinyemi, Ayomide J. Oluwaleye, Joseph Agbemuko

Article ID: 2246
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Abstract: The geology, geochemistry of Iroko-granites have been studied and reported in this paper. The study area has been described as of Archaean-EarlyProterozoic terrain underlain by migmatite-gneiss-quartzite complex with supracustal rocks. Large number of granites which outcrops in Iroko-Ekiti represent a typical occurrence of granitoids sporadically distri...
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Susan Norouzi Mobarakeh

Article ID: 2196
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Abstract: Scientists believe that Multiple Sclerosis disease occurs because of some of environmental factors such as soil pollution. In this paper, relationship among Multiple Sclerosis disease, Molybdenum and soil properties in New Zealand and Isfahan, Iran has been investigated and from the point of view of nature of the soil for example pH and the distribution...
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