Integrated geoelectrical and structural studies for groundwater investigation in parts of Abuja, North Central Nigeria
Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, West Africa, is underlain by Precambrian basement rocks consisting mainly of porphyroblastic gneisses, granitic-gneisses, migmatitic gneisses, amphibolites, Pan-African granites and undifferentiated schists. The geology of Abuja, therefore, makes the groundwater conditions in the area very unpredictable. Geophysical surveys were carried out at...
Published at Near Surface Geophysics
Pages 515 - 521
Published in 2015
Omeje Maxwell1*, Husin Wagiran1**, Noorddin Ibrahim, Oha Ifeanyi Andrew, Onwuka Obialo Solomon and Soheil Sabri
Maxwell Omeje » Omeje Maxwell is currently lecturing in Department of Physics, College of Science and Technology, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. Omeje is an expert in Environmental Radioactivity, Radioprotection, Water Security, Innovation in Water and Wastewater Treatment, linking Environmental Fate and transport processes to Human and Ecosystem Health in extreme and non-extreme condition. Their current... view full profile
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Radiotoxicity risks of radium-226 (226Ra) on groundwater-based drinking at Dawaki, Kuje, Giri and Sabon-Lugbe area of Abuja, North Central Nigeria
Comparative analysis of natural radioactivity content in tiles made in Nigeria and imported tiles from China,
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Assessment of natural radioactivity in various commercial tiles used for building purposes in Nigeria