Intergrated geophysical and geochemical investigations of saline water intrusion in a coastal alluvia terrain, Southwestern Nigeria
Published at International Journal of Applied Environmental Sciences
Pages 1275 – 1288
Published in 2015
Oyeyemi, K. D, Aizebeokhai, A. P. and Oladunjoye, M. A.
Aizebeokhai Ahzegbobor Philips » Prof. Ahzegbobor P. Aizebeokhai obtained B. Sc degree in Geophysics from Edo State University, Epkoma, Nigeria with a Second Class (Upper Division) in 1999. He then proceeded to the famous University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria where he obtained Master of Science (M. Sc) degree in Applied Geophysics in 2003. Prof. A. P. Aizebeokhai joined the faculty of Covenant University in 2005 and later... view full profile
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