Moses M. M. Ekpa
National Center for Science Education
Geothermal gradientLithologyGeologyTemperature gradientResidualSoil scienceElectrodeMineralogySedimentary basinSurficial aquiferLateriteBasementHydrogeologyHydraulic conductivityCurie temperatureResistive touchscreenElectrical resistivity and conductivityAquiferVertical electrical soundingContour line
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#1Moses M. M. EkpaH-Index: 1
#2Johnson C. Ibuot (UNN: University of Nigeria, Nsukka)H-Index: 5
Last. Daniel N. ObioraH-Index: 6
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#1Moses M. M. EkpaH-Index: 1
#2Johnson C. Ibuot (UNN: University of Nigeria, Nsukka)H-Index: 5
Last. Daniel N. ObioraH-Index: 6
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Geophysical study involving aeromagnetic method was carried out to investigate partsof Niger Delta in Nigeria, aimed at investigating the cause and nature of anomalous bodies within the study area. Spectral analysis technique was employed in quantitative interpretation to determine depth/thickness of the sedimentary basin, basement topography, structural trends,curie point depth, thermal gradient and heat flow in the area. The total magnetic intensity (TMI) anomalies had values of between -53.7n...
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#1Johnson C. Ibuot (UNN: University of Nigeria, Nsukka)H-Index: 5
#2Daniel N. Obiora (UNN: University of Nigeria, Nsukka)H-Index: 6
Last. Doris O. OkorohH-Index: 1
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This study was carried out employing vertical electrical sounding (VES) with Schlumberger electrode configuration. The objectives were to investigate the distribution of the geohydraulic parameters and the corrosivity of the aquifer layer within the study area. The sand-to-coarse grain sands aquifer have resistivity ranging from 8.1 to 2204 Ωm, while the thickness ranged from 7.4 to 55.3 m. These parameters were used in computing the geohydraulic parameters. Hydraulic conductivity was estimated ...
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#2Johnson C. IbuotH-Index: 5
Last. Daniel N. ObioraH-Index: 1
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Fifteen vertical electrical sounding (VES) stations were sounded using Schlumberger electrode configuration. The result revealed a total of 3 to 4 geoelectric layers. The first layer with resistivity values range from 2.8 to 149.2 Ωm and has thickness and depth of 0.1 to 6.5 m. The second layer has resistivity which ranges from 245.9 to 7761.2 Ωm, thickness of 1.1 to 10.7 m and depth of 1.2 to 17.2 m. This layer was observed to be more resistive than the overlain layer. The third layer was delin...
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