Interpretation of aeromagnetic anomalies and electrical resistivity mapping around Iwaraja area Southwestern Nigeria
Aeromagnetic, ground magnetic and vertical electrical sounding (VES) methods were used to delineate the basement structures around Iwaraja area, southwestern Nigeria. In doing this, an Aeromagnetic Sheet 264 of the Geological Survey of Nigeria (GSN. 1965) and digitized aeromagnetic map from Nigeria Geological Survey Agency (NGSA 2008) were interpreted. Also sixteen ground magnetic profiling...
Adelusi A. O., Kayode J. S. and Akinlalu A. A.
KAYODE JOHN » FULL NAME: KAYODE, John Stephen Department: Physics Programe: Geophysics E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Telephone: +234–803-3835077, +234-805-0986018 MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED SOCIETIES Member, Society of Exploration Geophysics. Member, Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists Member, Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineering (Geosciences and Remote... view full profile
Horizontal derivatives of the ground magnetic Interpretation in part of Ilesa area, Southwestern Nigeria.
Investigation of extremely low frequency (ELF) hot spots in the College of Science and Technology, Covenant University, Ota
On the Geoeffectiveness Structure of Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling Functions during Intense Storms,
An investigation into the geomagnetic and ionospheric response during a magnetic activity at high and mid-latitute
On the coexistence of ionospheric positive and negative storm phases during January – December, 2000 geomagnetic activities at East Asian Sector
Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure Dependency on the Plasma Flow Speed and Imf Bz During Different Geomagnetic Activities
VARIABILITY OF SOLAR WIND DYNAMIC PRESSURE WITH SOLAR WIND PARAMETERS DURING INTENSE AND SEVERE STORMS
Bedrock depth estimates from vertical derivatives of the ground magnetic studies around Ilesa Area, southwestern Nigeria