2 edition of sedimentary rocks of Sokoto Province. found in the catalog.
sedimentary rocks of Sokoto Province.
|Series||Nigeria. Geological Survey. Bulletin, no. 18, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Nigeria) ;, no. 18.|
|LC Classifications||QE453.N5 J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||gs 50000187|
From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. pattern plains plantation Plateau population port Port Harcourt production Province railway rain rainfall recent relatively river road rocks sandstones savana scarp schemes sedimentary settlement shown soils Sokoto southern square mile Sudan Sudan Land and people in Nigeria. An epicontinental sea bisected West Africa periodically from the Late Cretaceous to the early Eocene, in dramatic contrast to the current Sahara Desert that dominates the same region today. Known as the Trans-Saharan Seaway, this warm and shallow ocean was a manifestation of globally elevated sea level associated with the rapid break-up of the supercontinent Gondwana in the late Cited by: 1.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: 1 The geological settingl.- The African continent.- The major subdivisions of geological time.- The structural framework of Africa.- The global context.- Age provinces and mineral deposits.- The geological framework of West . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: 1 The geological settingl.- The African continent.- The major subdivisions of geological time.- The structural framework of Africa.- The global context.- Age provinces and mineral deposits.- The geological framework of West Africa.- Problems of.
Paleodepositional environment and sequence stratigraphy of outcropping sediments in parts of southern middle niger basin, nigeria where basement rocks separate if from the Sokoto Basin. Generally three physiographic units are recognized in the basin (Adeleye, ). These are: a. Sedimentary rocks in the field a practical guide. Seven sedimentary basins are found in Nigeria: the Anambra Basin, Benue Trough, Benin Basin, Bida Basin, Bornu Basin, Niger Delta and Sokoto Basin. Site N1 is located at Orin, whose geology comprises of migmatite-gneiss, quartzite, quartz-schist, granite with aplitic intrusion in some places and charnockites [ 34 ] (Table 1).Author: Nenita N. Bukalo, Georges-Ivo E. Ekosse, John O. Odiyo, Jason S. Ogola.
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Sedimentary basins form primarily in convergent, divergent and transform gent boundaries create foreland basins through tectonic compression of oceanic and continental crust during lithospheric ic extension at divergent boundaries where continental rifting is occurring can create a nascent ocean basin leading to either an ocean or the failure of the rift zone.
Aquifers in the Sokoto Basin, Northwestern Nigeria, With a Description of the Genercl Fence diagram showing subsurface geology of w~stern Sokoto Province, northwestern Nigeria.
Geologic map of the Sokoto Basin, northwestern Nig-eria. The sedimentary Cited by: 6. Sedimentary phosphate was first reported from the Sokoto basin of North western Nigeria by Jones ().
The The basin experienced marine transgressions i n the Maastrichtian and the Paleocene. The North shore of the Gulf of Guinea forms the coastline of Liberia, the Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Dahomey, Nigeria, and the Cameroons (Fig. The westernmost point of the coastal region to be Cited by: Iliya, M.A.
() An Overview of Sokoto State: United Nations Development Programmed. Nigeria Chapter UNDP Jones, B. () The Sedimentary Rocks of Sokoto Province. Nigerian Geological Survey Bulletin, 18, Author: U. Magawata, D. Bonde, B. Abdullahi, Basiru Qudus, M. Yahaya. sedimentary rocks View GeoRef Thesaurus > Close mobile search navigation Modify Your Advanced Search.
Update search. SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology North-West Province South Africa. Sedimentary phosphate deposits occurrences in the Sokoto Basin has been reported (e.g Kogbe, ;Nwabufo-Ene,a andb;Haynes and Nwabufo-Ene, ;Okosun, Okosun, Etu-Efeotor. From inside the book. Plate Precambrian Reyment Reyment and Barber Riedel Rima rocks sands Sandstone sandy Santonian sedimentary sediments Senonian sequence Sokoto Province Solger Spath species Sphenodiscus stratigraphic substages subzones Surv Tattam Texanites tubercles Turonian Type Aspects of the Geology of Nigeria: The Stratigraphy.
Floodplains of Sokoto Basin with covering abouthectares of land was assessed for its shallow groundwater potentials.
Data on pumping test of tube wells, logs and drilled tube wells were utilized for this study. Storativity was determined from known lithology of tube wells. Results of this study gives the ranges and averages of Hydraulic parameters for the shallow alluvial aquifers of Cited by: 2.
McLennan, S.M. () Relationships between the Trace Element Composition of Sedimentary Rocks and Upper Continental Crust. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 2, It is reportedly replete with potential source rocks (the basal lacustrine claystones, and the paralic and marine sediments of the Rima and Sokoto groups), as well as seal and reservoir rocks.
A recent geochemical analytical study of outcrop and shale samples retrieved from boreholes by Obaje et al. () confirms TOC values in excess of wt%.
The northwest southeastern trending Bida Basin forms one of the major inland sedimentary basins in Nigeria ().It is a shallow, linear depression with sedimentary fill of about 3, m thick (Udensi and Osazuwa, ).Geological developments in the basin in terms of basin evolution and structural features have been discussed by many by: Keywords: spectral depth, buried magnetic rocks, magnetic data INTRODUCTION The study area is part of the sedimentary Middle Niger basin.
The Sokoto Plains lie in the northwestern corner of the country, while the Borno Plains in the northeastern corner extend as far as the Lake Chad basin.
The Lake Chad basin and the coastal areas, including the Niger River delta and the western parts of the Sokoto region in the far northwest, are underlain by soft, geologically young sedimentary. The North Region (French: Région du Nord) makes up 66, km² of the northern half of The Republic of ouring territories include the Far North Region to the north, the Adamawa Region to the south, Nigeria to the west, Chad to the east, and Central African Republic to the southeast.
The city of Garoua is both the political and industrial ments: Bénoué, Faro, Mayo-Louti, Mayo-Rey. Gypsum is an evaporite mineral most commonly found in layered sedimentary deposits in association with halite, anhydrite, sulfur, calcite, and dolomite.
Gypsum (CaSO 4. 2H 2 O) is very similar to Anhydrite (CaSO 4). The chemical difference is that gypsum contains two waters and anhydrite is without water. Gypsum is the most common sulfate mineral. Geology of Nigeria. Kogbe, University of Ife. Center for Advanced Studies.
Elizabethan Publishing Company, - Geology - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Chapters. i: Volcanic Rocks in Nigeria B Wngbr. Structure and.
Symptoms of dental fluorosis such as mottled teeth are common among adults, youth and children in several rural communities in northern Nigeria. This has inspired the Authors to investigate the concentration of fluoride in the natural water systems of the major aquifer units (Basement, Sedimentary, Volcanic and Younger Granites) in some parts of northern Nigeria and to delineate areas of high Cited by: 2.
The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 discusses the geology of the crystalline rocks and their regional distribution while the sedimentary basins constitute the subject of Part 2. Part 3 presents the mineral resources of Nigeria, their geological environment, mode of occurrence, localities and where possible their estimated reserves.
Geology and Mineral Resources of West Africa by J.B. Wright,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Sedimentary rocks (conglomerate, sandstone and claystone) are interlayed within the volcanic rocks (ignimbrite and tuffite).
The petrological and geochemical data available to date show that plutonic rocks compositions generally define a complete series of gabbro-diorite-monzonite-syenite-granite type, while those of volcanic rocks extend from Author: Bessong Moise, Hell Joseph Victor, Susanne Feist Burkhardt, Elias Samankassou, Mouloud Bennami, Noll.At attempt is made here to provide a comprehensive The Basement "massifs" roughly delimit the main account in book form of the Petroleum Geology of sedimentary areas of the: Nigeria, a country which in was the world's 1.
ABAKALIKI, BENUE, GONGOLA AND YOLA sixth largest oil. The Iullemmeden Basin in north-western Nigeria is known locally as the “Sokoto Basin”. It consists predominantly of a gently undulating plain with an average elevation varying from to Author: Nuhu George Obaje.