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The study was carried out with the aim to tackle water scarcity problem from the source. 60 pilot investigation structured questionnaires were administered to persons of 60 years and above, in order to have knowledge of water sources 102 years ago, how these sources are changing overtime, the factors responsible for these changes and to use this result as a prerequisite to the VES or schlunberger array method in the area. This research have shown that for the period of 102 years ago of human settlement within Jalingo, Yorro and Zing Local Government Areas, 210 water sources existed out of…mehr

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The study was carried out with the aim to tackle water scarcity problem from the source. 60 pilot investigation structured questionnaires were administered to persons of 60 years and above, in order to have knowledge of water sources 102 years ago, how these sources are changing overtime, the factors responsible for these changes and to use this result as a prerequisite to the VES or schlunberger array method in the area. This research have shown that for the period of 102 years ago of human settlement within Jalingo, Yorro and Zing Local Government Areas, 210 water sources existed out of which 94 sources depleted constituting 44.7%. It is the surface water source that suffered the most loses due to: basically human activities, global warming, increasing in population, negligence, pollution, developmental project, and hence necessitating the need for ground water exploration so as to complement these losses. VES method was then chosen with the aim to achieve the following objectives: To determine and analyzed aquifer properties in terms of apparent resistivity, thickness, depth to the sub surface of the units in the study area and to delineate the water bearing zones.
Autorenporträt
Bulus, Nyagba Bitrus
The author is a Lecturer with the Basic Science Dept. of Taraba State College of Agriculture Jalingo. He backed B.Tech Degree in Physics, PGD in Applied Geophysics and M.Tech Degree in Geophysics. He is married to Mrs Elizabeth T. Nyagba and is blessed with 7 Children; Goodness, Encouragement, Excellent(late), Binea, Delight, Great and Nazareth