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GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION OF SHARE, TSARAGI AND YIKPATA IN KWARA STATE, NIGERIA.

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This  report  describes  the  acquisition,  processing,  and  results  of  the  University  of  Ilorin Department  of  Geophysics  2019  Summer  Field  Camp.  From  4th  of  April  through  7th  of  April,  a team  of  undergraduate  students  from  the  University  of  Ilorin,  along  with  lecturers  and department  technicians  conducted  a  series  of  geophysical  surveys  at  Share,  Tsaragi  and  Yikpata area  in  Kwara  state.  In  this  area,  electrical  resistivity,  weight  drop  seismic  refraction  method  and very  low  frequency  electromagnetic  (VLF-EM)  survey  were  carried  out.  This  field  session  was meant  to  expose  students  to  the  hands-on  application  of  the  theory  learned  over  the  past  several semesters.  With  the  assistance  of  our  lecturers  and  known-how-technicians,  the  data  collected was  made  available to the  students for  the necessary  processing  and interpretation.   The  main  objectives  of  surveying  in  this  area  (Share,  Tsaragi  and  Yikpata)  was  to properly  delineate  the  geological  boundary  and  to  know  the  extent  to  which  the  geological  layer overlapped  each  other,  as  intense  geological  mapping  of  this  area  by  the  students  of  the University  of  Ilorin  and  Kwara  state  University,  coupled  with  a  review  of  the  literature  published on  the  geology  of  the  area  confirmed  the  presence  of  unconformity  in  this  area.  Along  with  the secondary  goals of characterizing  stratigraphy  and  structural  geology  in the  area.   

The report is composed of 6 chapter,  chapter one provide a detailed and  comprehensive explanation on all the available and common geophysical method. Chapter two explain the geology of the study area from the review of the geological report carried out by the students of the University of Ilorin and tudents of Kwara state University. Instrumentation, data acquisition process and field methodology are explained in chapter three and the remaining three chapters explain the data processing and interpretation, a review of case history and conclusion and further recommendations on future field works were explained respectively.

GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION OF SHARE, TSARAGI AND YIKPATA IN KWARA STATE, NIGERIA.

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Department Geophysics
Project ID GPH0004
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Type Project
    Department Geophysics
    Project ID GPH0004
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 112 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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