2 edition of lignites of southeastern Nigeria found in the catalog.
lignites of southeastern Nigeria
C. N. Okezie
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|Statement||by C.N. Okezie and S.A. Onuogu.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Geological Survey of Nigeria ;, no. 10, Occasional paper (Geological Survey of Nigeria) ;, no. 10.|
|Contributions||Onuogu, S. A.|
|LC Classifications||TN834.N5 O38 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||87403431|
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The Nigerian lignite zone, of mid-Tertiary age, extends from Orlu in the southeast, through Nnewi, in a 16 to 20 km wide belt across the Niger River, to Ogwashi-Uku. SUMMARY The continental sediments in the Nigerian coastal basins range in age from early Cretaceous to Recent.
The oldest sediments, the Ise Formation, in westem Nigeria are associated with the intracratonic stage preceding the complete Adedlran, S. Cited by: 7. Igboland, also known as Southeastern Nigeria, is the homeland of the Igbo people. It is a cultural and common linguistic region in southern Nigeria.
Geographically, it is divided by the lower Niger River into two unequal sections – an eastern and a western section. Its population is characterised by the diverse Igbo culture and the speakers of equally diverse Igbo languages.
Politically, Igboland is divided into several southern Nigerian states Part of: Nigeria. Southeastern Nigeria is a typical gully erosion region in Nigeria. The presence of gully sites is one of the hazard features that characterize this zone as well as other States that adjoin them (Ofomata, ).
Agulu-Nanka in Anambra State is an area badly affected by water erosion. Up to tonnes per hectare of soil have been lost in severe storms. associated with lignites was carried out for some localities of Anambra State, southeastern Nigeria (fig.
The State lies within longitudes ’E and ’E and latitudes ’N and ’N. Several cases of widespread lost circulation had been reported from boreholes under construction in Anambra State. He is best known for his first novel, Things Fall Apart (), which is the most widely read book in modern African literature.
Raised by Christian parents in the Igbo town of Ogidi in southeastern Nigeria, Achebe excelled at school and won a /5. The Maastrichtian Patti Formation, which consists of shale - claystone and sandstone members, constitutes one of the three Upper Cretaceous lithostratigraphic units of the intracratonic southeastern Bida Basin, in central by: Books shelved as nigeria: Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, P Missing: lignites.
Appraisal of the Economic Geology of Nigerian Coal Resources located in southeastern Nigeria contain the largest lignites of southeastern Nigeria book most economically viable coal resources. In the Lower Benue Trough, lignite and sub-bituminous Lignites and sub-bituminous coals are distributed within the coal measures of the MaastrichtianCited by: 3.
Coal accumulation in Nigeria took place mainly during upper Cretaceous and Tertiary times, resulting in the formation of extensive lignite, sub-bituminous and bituminous coal deposits in the Benue trough and Anambra basin (Simpson, ; Reyment, ; Akande et al., ; Obaje and Ligouis, ; Obaje and Hamza, ; Obaje, ).
SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA * 1Chukwuemeka Frank Raluchukwu Odumodu and Hope Onyechigoziri Isreal2 1Department of Geology, Anambra State University, Uli 2Department of Geosciences, Federal University of Technology, Owerri *Author for Correspondence shales and lignites (Umeji, ).
The Ogwashi-Asaba Formation has been interpreted as a swamp. The sediments of Oligocene eEarly Miocene Ogwashi Formation of the Niger Delta Basin exposed in the. kaolinite quarry by Oyivo stream in Umuahia comprise four lithological units which from base to top are.
(a) white to grey mudstone over m thick; (b) lignite m; (c) carbonaceous grey to dark shale m. Key words: Limestone, Geochemistry, Palynology, Petrofertilizer, Cretaceous, Ohafia, Nsukka, Nigeria. INTRODUCTION The studied area lies between longitudes 5o22` to 5o40`E and latitude 7o42` to 7o55`N within the Ohafia-Ozuabam-Arochukwu areas of southeastern Nigeria (Fig.
Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largelyAuthor: M.U. Uzoegbu, O. Okon. Geoenvironmental assessment of the environs of the Aluminium Smelting Company in Ikot Abasi, southeastern Nigeria. Journal of Mining and Geology, vol number 2, Cited by: 7. In southeastern Nigeria, Ofomata found that there is a positive relationship between relief and soil erosion while in southwestern Nigeria, Lal observed an increased severity of soil erosion as the slope changed from 5 to 15%.
On a 15% slope he recorded a total soil loss of t/ha/yr from bare plots as against soil loss of t/ha/yr on 1% Cited by: The Ogwashi Formation is re-interpreted as tidally influenced coastal plain deposit based on the detailed outcrop description of exposures and facies analysis.
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