OLAYANJU Gbenga Moses (Publications)
Publisher African Journal Of Science And Technology (AJST).Science And Engineering Series
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title A Study Of Day-to-Day Variability In Geomagnetic Field Variations At The Electrojet Zone Of Addis Ababa, East Africa.
Publication Authors (v) Rabiu, A. B., Nagarajan, N., Okeke, F. N., Ariyibi, E. A., Olayanju, G.M., Joshua, E. O., and Chukwuma, V.U.
Year Published 2007
Abstract

Magnetic records obtained at low latitude geomagnetic observatory of Addis Ababa in Africa for the sunspot minimum year 1986 were analysed for day-to-day variability of the hourly amplitudes of solar daily variation in horizontal, H, and vertical, Z, geomagnetic field intensities. Direct measurement of the day-to-day variability was done using a proven differential expression. The variability was studied under quiet and disturbed conditions. Quiet day day-to-day variability has consistent and explicable diurnal and seasonal variation. The daytime magnitudes are greater than the nighttime magnitudes for all the months in the two elements. On quiet conditions, the dayto-day variability is observed to be maximum during the June solstice in the two elements. The dayto-day variability on disturbed condition is least in June solstice in both elements. The magnitudes of day-to-day variability had the following annual mean values: SV(Hq) = 12.7934 + 4.1346 nT, SV(Zq) = 2.9123+ 0.7178 nT, SV(Hd) = 33.4002+ 20.6256 nT, SV(Zd) = 3.8637+ 1.2450 nT. The daily mean SV on disturbed condition is generally greater than those of quiet conditions for same elements. The annual mean SV is greater in element H at any given condition. Seasonal change in the Sq variation is explicable in terms of seasonal shift in the mean position of the Sq current system of the ionospheric electrojet, seasonal movement of electrojet current focal latitude and width, and the electrodynamics effects of local winds.


Publisher Ozean Journal Of Applied Sciences
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Electromagnetic Profiling And Electrical Resistivity Soundings In Groundwater Investigation Of A Typical Basement Complex – A Case Study Of Oda Town Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors Adiat, K. A. N; Olayanju, G. M, Omosuyi G. O. And Ako B. D.
Year Published 2009
Abstract

Integrated geophysical techniques involving VLF – EM and the Electrical Resistivity Sounding methods have been used to map Oda town with a view to determine the groundwater potential of the town. The qualitative interpretation of VLF – EM results identified areas of hydro-geologic importance and form basis for Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) investigation. Thirty-nine Vertical Electrical soundings (VES) were carried out across the area using the Schlumberger electrode array configuration, with half-current electrode separation (AB/2) varying from 1m to 100m.
The geoelectric sections obtained from the sounding curves revealed 2-layer, 3-layer and 4-layer earth models respectively. The 2-layer model with 7.7 percentage of occurrence occurs where the depth-to-bedrock is very shallow. The 3-layer (61.5%) and 4-layer (30.8%) models show the subsurface layers categorized into the topsoil, partially weathered/ weathered/fractured layers and the fresh bedrock. The weathered basement and fractured basement are the aquifer types delineated for the area. On the basis of geoelectric parameters the study area is zoned into good, intermediate and poor groundwater potential zones.


Publisher Pacific Journal Of Science And Technology, Vol. 10(2), Pp. 93-111
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Integrated Geophysical Methods For Post Foundation Studies, Obanla Staff Quarters Of The Federal University Of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
Publication Authors M. O. Ofomola, K. A. N. Adiat, G. M. Olayanju, and B. D. Ako
Year Published 2009
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Geophysical investigations have been carried out around the Senior Staff Quarters, Obanla of the Federal University of Technology Akure, with a view to establish the possible cause(s) of failure of buildings in parts of the quarters. The geophysical methods used for the investigation were the Very Low Frequency Electromagnetic (VLF-EM) andthe Electrical Resistivity methods (ER). The VLF-EM measurements were taken at an interval of 10m along six (W-E) traverse lines. From the results of the VLF-EM method, thirty four (34) VES stations were occupied in the study area, involving Schlumberger configuration with half current electrode separation (AB/2) varying from 1 to a maximum of 150m.
The 2-D VLF-EM models and the lineament map generated show anomalies that were interpreted in terms of structures, lithology and water saturation, around the distressed buildings and in other parts of the Staff quarters. The VES curve types obtained in the area include H, KH, HA and A with the H type curve dominating. Five subsurface geologic layers were delineated in the study area. These include the topsoil, lateritic/clay layer, weathered layer, partly weathered/fractured basement and the fresh basement with resistivity ranging from 134 – 670 ohm-m, 514 – 756 0hm-m, 45 – 406 ohm-m, 128 to 998 ohm-m and 1138 – 8583 ohm-m respectively. The thicknesses range from 0.4 – 2.1m, 1.0 – 9.5m, 2.9 to 27.6m and 2.9 – 4.3m respectively. Depths to the bedrock are generally less than 31.0m. Around the vicinity of the distressed buildings, the resistivity of the weathered layer beneath the topsoil in which the foundation is seated was found to be low, ranging from 45 – 190 ohm-m typical of clayey materials. From the lineament and resistivity maps generated, the distressed buildings were found to be situated within the areas with a fairly high concentration of fractures, and, relatively low resistivity values (less than 200 ohm-m) typical of incompetent clayey formation.
In conclusion, the results of the investigation show that the possible cause(s) of foundation failure in the study area was due to the presence of geologic features, mapped fractures and clayey formations at the vicinity of the distressed buildings.


Publisher International Journal Of Water Resources And Environmental Engineering, Vol. 3(4), Pp. 77-86
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Geophysical Evaluation Of Rock Type’s Impact On Aquifer Characterization In The Basement Complex Areas Of Ondo State Southwestern, Nigeria: Geo-electric Assessment And GIS Approach
Publication Authors Mogaji, K. A., Olayanju, G. M., and Oladapo, M. I.
Year Published 2011
Abstract

Geoelectrical survey and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analysis were conducted in the hardrock
terrain areas of Ondo State, Southwestern Nigeria, with the view to determine impact of rock types on the variability of aquifer characteristics and their influence on the hydro geologic systems. The interpretation of the 414 sounding data indicates occurrence of 17 curve types which were used to infer subsurface lithology and geologic structures. A correlation of sounding curves and rock types revealed that two major aquifers: confined and unconfined aquifers occur mostly on the migmatite, pegmatite, Charnokite and undifferentiated fine-grained quartzite/schists. The third, leaky aquifers, occur predominantly on the biotites gneiss where occurrence of fracture is minimal. Confined aquifers are mostly associated with varying degree of fracturing of crystalline rocks. Estimated average hydraulic conductivity for the aquifer units are 4.43, 0.96 and 4.58 m/day, while their mean transmissivity values are 13.0, 8.71 and 60.18 m2/day respectively. From this work, it is evident that most aquiferous zones have poor to moderate permeability, which revealed why most wells in the area usually have low yield. While moderately permeable unconfined aquifer might be prone to contamination, the leaky or weathered/fractured aquifers can be tapped for groundwater development in the area.


Publisher Journal Of Geology And Mining Research (JGMR). Vol. 3(8), Pp. 193-200
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Engineering Geophysical Investigation Of A Flood Zone: A Case Study Of Alaba Layout, Akure, Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G. M.
Year Published 2011
Abstract

Geotechnical and geophysical investigation involving electrical resistivity survey and laboratory test of soil samples were carried out at Alaba Layout, close to the Federal University of Technology, Akure temporary site. Sixteen vertical electrical soundings were conducted within the study area and laboratory tests conducted on soil samples obtained at three different locations in the area. Three major lithologic units were delineated from the electrical resistivity survey results comprising topsoil characterized by mudstone topsoil, plastic clay/weathered basement and the fresh bedrock. Resistivity values for the various units range from 12 to 210 Ωm, 18 to 381 Ωm and 8084 to 47009 Ωm respectively. Depth to the basement estimated for the sixteen sounding locations vary between 4.1 m to 25.2 m. The geotechnical tests carried out on the soil samples indicated that the soils comprising the overburden materials in the study area graded from plastic organic clayey to intermediate plastic clayey soils. These soils have strong affinity for water absorption and swelling which will increase the activity of the clay minerals in the overburden materials. In addition, the overburden materials exhibit strong shrinkage ability thereby posing serious compaction problems to any engineering works, such erection of buildings, road construction and other forms of civil engineering works.


Publisher Journal Of Geology And Mining Research (JGMR), Vol. 3(8), Pp. 201-210
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Geoelectrical Mapping And Groundwater Regime Around The Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti, Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G. M., AYUK, M. A., AND ADELUSI, A. O.
Year Published 2011
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This paper presents the use of electrical resistivity survey technique in mapping the bedrock relief, and detection of the near surface groundwater regime around the new administrative block of the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State. Twelve vertical electrical soundings using the Schlumberger configuration were acquired. Also, groundwater samples were obtained at selected locations and subjected to both the chemical and microbial analyses accordingly. The resistivity dataset were processed using computer interaction interpretation of the sounding curves. A maximum of four subsurface geologic units were delineated from the VES-curves. These subsurface geoelectric layers correspond to loose sandy/clayey topsoil, sandy/gravel layer, clayey weathered basement forming the shallow unconfined aquifer in the area, and the underlying fresh bedrock of charnokite and migmatite gneiss. The resistivity values for each layer range from 29 to 514 Ωm (layer one), 87 to 115 Ωm (layer two), 10 to 45 Ωm (layer three), and 187 to 27863 Ωm (layer three) respectively for the these layers. The thickness of the regolith materials vary between 3.4 and 13.9 m. Also, the geophysical survey revealed bedrock depressions and low resistivity values of the weathered basement which may suggest possible groundwater contamination and/or accumulation likely associated with loose sandy topsoil, shallow water table and/or recharge from surface runoff into the subsurface aquifers. The water analysis of the water sample from the hand dug well depict the presence of high level of Coliforms (160 Coliforms per 102 ml) in the subsurface water, which points to the presence of high concentration of nitrogen compounds and pollution of animal origin, clearly indicates that the zone of water saturation is directly in contact with the surface runoff. Further, the total dissolved solids (TDS) is 684.83 mg/L. Generally, the chemical constituents of some of the major and minor elements fall considerably below the World Health Organization (WHO, 1963) permissible levels.


Publisher Journal Of Geology And Mining Research Vol. 3(11) Pp. 294-304
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Groundwater System Evaluation And Protective Capacity Of Overburden Material At Ile-olujI, Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors (xi) K. A. Mogaji, G. O. Omosuyi, and G. M., Olayanju
Year Published 2011
Abstract

Forty (40) Schlumberger depth soundings and inventory of fifty-five (55) hand-dug wells were carried out in Ile-Oluji area, South-western Nigeria, aimed at assessing the groundwater prospect and aquifer vulnerability. The area is characterized by the crystalline basement rocks, mostly of granite gneiss lithology. Major challenges in this area are inadequate municipal water supply coupled with the hydrogeologically difficult terrain, individuals and corporate bodies indiscriminately sinking of tube wells and boreholes within the unconsolidated overburden materials, with obvious lack of concerns for the vulnerability status of aquifers and possible environmental risk. The acquired depth sounding data and wells inventory were critically interpreted and analyzed in order to assess the groundwater prospect in terms of geophysical parameters of the unconsolidated materials overlying the crystalline bedrock. The thickness of the unconsolidated overburden varies from 3 to 54.1 m, where about 35, 47.5 and 17.5% falls within 3 to 4 m, 15 to 30 m and 33 to 54 m brackets respectively, while static water level ranges from 1.7 to 12.9 m. The topmost geoelectric layer has resistivity mostly within 101 to 200 Ωm (50%) and 11 to 100 Ωm (30%) across the area. The resistivity values indicated that the overburden protective cover comprises of clayey sand and clayey materials respectively. This implies that the envisaged protective cover of the aquifers in the study area is generally fairly vulnerable. The interrelationship between the groundwater flow pattern and geoeletrical parameters enabled the rating of the study area into the category of moderate to low groundwater prospect. Finally, results of the geophysical study reasonably provide a basis for which the groundwater potential and vulnerability in the area were appraised.


Publisher International Journal Of Water Resources And Environmental Engineering. Vol. 3 (13), Pp. 324-340
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title VLF-EM And Offset Wenner Resistivity Survey Of Spring Sources For Groundwater Development
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G. M.
Year Published 2011
Abstract

Geophysical mapping involving VLF Electromagnetic profiling along seven profiles, ten Offset Wenner and two azimuthal soundings were employed in the study of perennial spring sites at Iloyin community in Akure metropolis, southwest Nigeria. Geophysical methods are useful in mapping areas of natural water resource for groundwater abstraction or construction of containment such as dam or fishpond. Linear inversion of the Electromagnetic measurements involved application of the Fraser and Karous-Hjelt filter on the measured real components of the field data and generation of pseudo sections. The azimuthal sounding data were presented as azimuthal graphs in both Cartesian and Polar coordinates in conjunction with the polar plots of the Offset Wenner resistances (RD1 and RD2). The topsoil is generally thin with resistivity values ranging between 65 to 612 Ohm-m and thickness from 0.5 to 2.9 m. The underlying layer with resistivity value ranging from 25 to 468 ohm-m is the main aquifer recognized as quartzite bed and quartzite impregnated clayey aquifer. The Aquifer layer thickness varies between 0.9 to 32.6 m. The basement rocks, which graduate from highly weathered/fractured to fresh bedrocks, are characterized by resistivity values ranging from 827 to 11064 Ohm-m. Aquifer units in the area comprise brecciated quartzite, clayey sand and fractured bedrock. The topsoil is highly loose and unprotected which makes the aquifer in the study area susceptible to infiltration and groundwater being prone to pollution.


Publisher Dr.G.M.OLAYANJU.
Publication Type Others
Publication Title Geophysical Mapping Of Ifon Basement- Sedimentary Area, South-western Nigeria.
Publication Authors Dr.G.M.OLAYANJU.
Year Published 2010
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Publisher Dr.G.M.OLAYANJU.
Publication Type Others
Publication Title Petrostratigraphic Analysis Of Okwefe Field, Niger Delta, Nigeria.
Publication Authors Dr.G.M.OLAYANJU.
Year Published 2000
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Publisher Dr.G.M.OLAYANJU.
Publication Type Others
Publication Title Tripotential Studies Of The Area Around Ondo State Cooperative Federation Limited, Owo - Ilesa Way, Akure.
Publication Authors Dr.G.M.OLAYANJU.
Year Published 1995
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M., And ADELUSI, A.O.
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Geoelectric Characteristic Study And Its Hydogeologic Implications Of Iyange Area, Northwestern Part Of Akure, Nigeria.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M., and ADELUSI, A.O.
Year Published 2002
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M.
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Delineation Of Fault Assisted Aquifer Using Tripotential Wenner Array-Technique Around Ita Oniyan Industrial Layout, Akure, Nigeria.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M.
Year Published 2003
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M., FOLAMI, S.L., And ODEJOBI, O.A.
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Fortran 90 Algorithms For Fourier Discrete Transform And Linear Filtering In Geosciences.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M., FOLAMI, S.L., and ODEJOBI, O.A.
Year Published 2003
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Publisher A.M., AYUK, G.M., OLAYANJU, AND A.O., ADELUSI.
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Use Of Electrical Technique For Engineering Site Investigation: A Case Study From Ado-Ekiti, Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors A.M., AYUK, G.M., OLAYANJU, AND A.O., ADELUSI.
Year Published 2005
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Publisher Rabiu, A. B., Nagarajan, N., Okeke, F. N., Ariyibi, E. A., Olayanju, G. M., Joshua, E. O., And Chukwuma, V.U.
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title A Study Of Day-to-Day Variability In Geomagnetic Field Variations At The Electrojet Zone Of Addis Ababa, East Africa.
Publication Authors Rabiu, A. B., Nagarajan, N., Okeke, F. N., Ariyibi, E. A., Olayanju, G. M., Joshua, E. O., and Chukwuma, V.U.
Year Published 2007
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Publisher Adiat, K. A. N; Olayanju, G. M, Omosuyi G. O. And Ako B. D.
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Electromagnetic Profiling And Electrical Resistivity Soundings In Groundwater Investigation Of A Typical Basement Complex – A Case Study Of Oda Town Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors Adiat, K. A. N; Olayanju, G. M, Omosuyi G. O. And Ako B. D.
Year Published 2009
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Publisher M. O. Ofomola, K. A. N. Adiat, G. M. Olayanju, And B. D. Ako.
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Integrated Geophysical Methods For Post Foundation Studies, Obanla Staff Quarters Of The Federal University Of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
Publication Authors M. O. Ofomola, K. A. N. Adiat, G. M. Olayanju, and B. D. Ako.
Year Published 2009
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M.
Publication Type Conferenceproceeding
Publication Title Engineering Geophysical Investigation Of A Flood Zone: A Case Study Alaba Layout, Akure, Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M.
Year Published 2004
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Publisher Olayanju, G. M., A.O. Adelusi, M.A. Ayuk, And M., Bawallah.
Publication Type Others
Publication Title Hydro Geophysical Evaluation For Groundwater Reserve At Engineer Akindahunsi Residential Building, Awule Housing Estate, Akure, Ondo State.
Publication Authors Olayanju, G. M., A.O. Adelusi, M.A. Ayuk, and M., Bawallah.
Year Published 2004
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Publisher Olayanju, G.M., Ojo, E.O., Bawallah, M, Akintade, E.T., And Amos, A.C.
Publication Type Others
Publication Title Technical Report On Geophysical Mapping Of Daba Community Gold Resources.
Publication Authors Olayanju, G.M., Ojo, E.O., Bawallah, M, Akintade, E.T., and Amos, A.C.
Year Published 2008
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Publisher Olayanju, G.M.
Publication Type Others
Publication Title Geophysical Mapping For Groundwater Exploration At Engr. Adewumi Property, Algbaka Phase II Extension, Akure, Ondo State.
Publication Authors Olayanju, G.M.
Year Published 2011
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Publisher OYEDELE, A., ADELUSI, A.O., And OLAYANJU, G.M.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Determination Of Aquifer Units Using Vertical Electrical Sounding Technique; A Case Study Of Federal Low Cost Housing Estate, Okeho, SW Nigeria.
Publication Authors OYEDELE, A., ADELUSI, A.O., and OLAYANJU, G.M.
Year Published 2002
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Publisher ADELUSI, A.O., OLAYANJU, G.M., AND FOLAMI, S.L.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Geoelectric Investigation The Northern Part Of Isarun Area And Its Hydrogeologic Implications.
Publication Authors ADELUSI, A.O., OLAYANJU, G.M., AND FOLAMI, S.L.
Year Published 2002
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M., ADELUSI, A.O., And FOLAMI, S.L.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title The Combined Use Of Ground Magnetic And Electrical Resistivity Methods In Basement Mapping Around Old NTA Premises, Oba Ile Area, Via Akure Ondo State, Nigeria.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M., ADELUSI, A.O., and FOLAMI, S.L.
Year Published 2003
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M., ADELUSI, A.O., And FOLAMI, S.L.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title The Combined Use Of Ground Magnetic And Electrical Resistivity Methods In Basement Mapping Around Old NTA Premises, Oba Ile Area, Via Akure Ondo State, Nigeria.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M., ADELUSI, A.O., and FOLAMI, S.L.
Year Published 2003
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Engineering Geophysical Investigation Of A Flood Zone: A Case Study Of Alaba Layout, Akure, Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M.
Year Published 2004
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M., AYUK, M.A., And ADELUSI, And A.O.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Surface Electrical Mapping Of Bedrock Relief And Prediction Of Near Surface Water Pollution- A Case Study.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M., AYUK, M.A., and ADELUSI, and A.O.
Year Published 2004
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Publisher A.M., AYUK, G.M., OLAYANJU, And A.O., ADELUSI.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title The Use Of Electrical Resistivity Depth Sounding Technique For Engineering Site Investigation: A Case Study From Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors A.M., AYUK, G.M., OLAYANJU, and A.O., ADELUSI.
Year Published 2004
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M., ADELUSI, A.O., BAWALLA, M, And FOLAMI, S.L.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Electrical And VLF-EM Mapping Of Ipinsa, Southwestern Nigeria For Groundwater Resource.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M., ADELUSI, A.O., BAWALLA, M, and FOLAMI, S.L.
Year Published 2005
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Offset Wenner Resistivity And VLF Induction Survey Of A Local Spring Resource For Groundwater Development.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M.
Year Published 2005
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Publisher G.M., OLAYANJU, S.L., FOLAMI, And B.D., AKO.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Structural Analysis Of The Aeromagnetic Field Over Ifon Area, Southwestern Nigeria, Using Spectra And Euler Deconvolution Techniques: Book Of Abstract.
Publication Authors G.M., OLAYANJU, S.L., FOLAMI, and B.D., AKO.
Year Published 2007
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Publisher G.M. OLAYANJU, B.D. AKO, And S.L. FOLAMI.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Analysis Of Bouguer Gravity Over Ifon Basement -Sedimentary Province, Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors G.M. OLAYANJU, B.D. AKO, and S.L. FOLAMI.
Year Published 2008
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Publisher ADIAT, K. A. N., OLAYANJU, G. M., AKO, B. D., And FOLAMI, S. L.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Electromagnetic Profiling And Electrical Resistivity Soundings In Groundwater Investigation Of A Typical Basement Complex – A Case Study Of Oda Town Southwestern Nigeria.
Publication Authors ADIAT, K. A. N., OLAYANJU, G. M., AKO, B. D., and FOLAMI, S. L.
Year Published 2008
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Publisher OLAYANJU, G.M., And AMIGUN, J. O.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Evaluation Of Ubiaja Clay Mineralization Deposit Using Magnetic Method.
Publication Authors OLAYANJU, G.M., and AMIGUN, J. O.
Year Published 2011
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Publisher Mogaji, K.A., Olayanju, G. M., And Oladapo, M. I.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Geophysical Evaluation Of Rock Type’s Impact On Aquifer Characterization In The Basement Complex Areas Of Southwestern Nigeria: Geoelectric Assessment And GIS Approach.
Publication Authors Mogaji, K.A., Olayanju, G. M., and Oladapo, M. I.
Year Published 2011
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Publisher Mogaji, K.A., Omosuyi, G. O. And Olayanju, G. M.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Groundwater System Evaluation And Protective Capacity Of Overburden Material At Ile-Oluji, South Western Nigeria.
Publication Authors Mogaji, K.A., Omosuyi, G. O. and Olayanju, G. M.
Year Published 2011
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Publisher Olayanju, G. M., Adiat, K. A. N. And Mogaji, K.A.
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Geophysical Characterization Of Hydrogeologic System Of Emure Ile, South Western Nigeria.
Publication Authors Olayanju, G. M., Adiat, K. A. N. and Mogaji, K.A.
Year Published 2011
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