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Editorial

Ramesh Man Tuladhar

Article ID: 3596
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Abstract: Geology, the science of earth – rocks, minerals, soils, and water within atmosphere and lithosphere encompasses a number of geological phenomena evolved over the geological time.  ...
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Articles

A. A. Adepelumi, O. B. Olayiwola, D. E. Falebita, O. Afolabi, B. O Soyinka, J. Obokoh

Article ID: 3146
Views - 246  (Abstract) PDF - 39  (Download)
Abstract: The need to accurately interpret geological models that approximate mineralized zones in a Basement Complex terrain necessitate the development of horizon loop electromagnetic method (HLEM) forward modeling solutions for such scenarios. The focus of the present work is on finding rapid forward modeling solutions for synthetic HLEM data as an aid in explor...
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Pauline Wokwenmendam Nguet, Benjamin Ntieche, Joseph Legrand Tchop, Bouba Christian Mana, Eddy Ferdinand Mbossi

Article ID: 3325
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Abstract: Beka area is situated in the Adamaoua Plateau of Cameroon in central Arica. Lavas in this area has not been studied before the present work.The volcanism of Beka is characterized by basalt, trachyte and phonolite domes and flows. The petrographic study shows that basaltic lavas have porphyritic microlitic textures. The felsic lavas indicate trachytic text...
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Priscillia Egbelehulu, Abu Mallam, Abel U. Osagie, Adewumi Taiwo

Article ID: 3540
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Abstract: Aeromagnetic data are consistently used for economic interest targeting and geological mapping. Besides solving problems that are concerned with the basement, the method has become a useful tool in exploring minerals,hydrocarbons occurrence,groundwater investigations, and geothermal potentials. This study analyses aeromagnetic data from the Nigerian Geolo...
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Review

Moses Oghenenyoreme Eyankware, Christopher Ogwah, Umayah Otitie Star

Article ID: 3197
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Abstract:Integration of geophysical and hydrogeochemical methods has been scientifically proven to be useful in vulnerability study and groundwater characterization. Subsurface geoelectric parameters such as resistivity and thickness obtained from geophysical method (Vertical Electrical Sounding VES) was used to determine aquifers vulnerability, longitudinal resistan...
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