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Seasonal Variation of Some Physical and Chemical Parameters of Luubara Creek, Ogoni Land, Niger Delta, Nigeria
The seasonal variation of some physical and chemical conditions in Luubara creek of Ogoni land in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria was studied for a period of two years (January, 2006 to December,
Some Physical and Chemical Characteristics in Okpoka Creek, Niger Delta, Nigeria
Some physical and chemical characteristics in okpoka creek was studied for one year. There was a long wet season stretching from April to October in and a dry season extending from November to March.
The Physical and Chemical Condition of Sombreiro River, Niger Delta, Nigeria
The physical and chemical condition of Sombreiro River in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria was studied for a period of two years (August, 2007-July, 2009). The mean temperature values varied from
The Sediment Physical and Chemical Characteristics in Sombreiro River, Niger Delta, Nigeria
The sediment characteristics in Sombreiro River of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria was studied for a period of two years (January, 2007 - December, 2009) using an Eckman grab of 10 cm diameter and
Benthic macro invertebrate fauna and physico-chemical parameters in Okpoka creek sediments, Niger Delta, Nigeria.
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The benthic macro invertebrate fauna and physico-chemical parameters in Okpoka creek sediments was studied for a period of one year and positive relationship exi sts between salinity and salinity, pH and temperature was strongly related with Ophidonais serpentine, Arenicola marina, Notomastus latreila and Tellina nymphalis.
The Zooplankton Species Composition and Abundance in Sombreiro River, Niger Delta, Nigeria
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The zooplankton species composition and abundance in Sombreiro River, in the Niger Delta of Nigeria was studied for a period of two years, using filtration technique and the dominance of cladocera and copepoda in the study area is common.
The Fecundity of Macrobrachium macrobrachion (Herklots, 1851) from Luubara Creek Ogoni Land, Niger Delta, Nigeria
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The fecundity of Macrobrachium macrobrachion from Luubara creek in Ogoni land axis of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria was studied and a strong correlation exists between the number of eggs and total length of berried females (r = 0.969).
Macrobrachium Macrobrachion (Herklots, 1851) Length-Weight Relationship and Fulton's Condition Factor in Luubara creek, Ogoni Land, Niger Delta, Nigeria
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The values from the length/weight relationship (LWR) showed that there was a high and significant correlation between the total length and weight and the model indicted that the model used for the analysis fits the data, confirming the fitness of the model.
Evaluation of suspended particulate matter (SPM) around municipal solid waste dumpsites in yenagoa metropolis, Nigeria
Landfilling has become the commonest and most common and economically viable method of disposing MSWs that cannot be reduced, reuse or recycled. However, that strategy for landfilling in most
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