THE POTENTIAL OF COWPEA (VIGNAUNGUICULATA) TO REMEDIATE LEAD IN SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS OF LEAD

THE POTENTIAL OF COWPEA (VIGNAUNGUICULATA) TO REMEDIATE LEAD IN SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS OF LEAD Account Details     CHAPTER ONE 1.1       INTRODUCTION Different types of heavy metals such as Cu, Zn and Ni are necessary micronutrients compulsory for… Read More

INFLUENCE OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON MACROPHYTE ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION IN A FRESHWATER WETLAND

INFLUENCE OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON MACROPHYTE ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION IN A FRESHWATER WETLAND   Account Details   CHAPTER ONE                             INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background of the Study Wetlands are regarded as biodiversity isles, because they support extensive food chains and a… Read More

SHEAR STRENGTH PROPERTY OF A SOIL SAMPLE AROUND UYO METROPOLIS USING SHEAR BOX EXPERIMENT

SHEAR STRENGTH PROPERTY OF A SOIL SAMPLE AROUND UYO METROPOLIS USING SHEAR BOX EXPERIMENT   Account Details   CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Shear strength of a soil mass in the internal resistance per unit area that the soil mass can offer… Read More

HEAVY METAL CONCENTRATION IN WASTE DUMPSITES IN EKPRI NSUKARA, FOUR LANES AND USE OFFOT AREA IN AKWA IBOM STATE

HEAVY METAL CONCENTRATION IN WASTE DUMPSITES IN EKPRI NSUKARA   Account Details   CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0       Background of study Land pollution by component of refuse such as heavy metals has been of great concern in the last decades… Read More

DEPTH TO AQUIFER DETERMINATION USING ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY METHOD WITHIN GWANDU FORMATION NORTH-WESTERN NIGERIA

Abstract This study on depth to aquifer determination using electrical resistivity method was carried out in Gwandu Local Government Area in Kebbi State to determine the depth of aquifer present in Gwandu formation. The choice of using ERM in the… Read More

COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF MICROFLORA IN THE PRESENCE OF HEAVY METAL FROM THREE DIFFERENT MECHANIC SITE CONTAMINATED SOIL

Abstract Heavy metals such as cadmium, copper, lead, chromium and mercury are important environmental pollutants, particularly in areas with high anthropogenic pressure. Their presence in the atmosphere, soil and water, even in traces can cause serious problems to all organisms… Read More

GEOELECTRICAL INVESTIGATION FOR GROUND WATER A CASE STUDY OF TAMBUWAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

         CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 GENERAL STATEMENT Water remains a major source of life to all and sundry big or small, it comes in either small or large quantity. The quality of water required for domestic… Read More