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Effect of formation characteristics on hydraulic conductivity in unconfined bed in Etchie, rivers state of Nigeria

Solomon Ndubuisi Eluozo

Abstract


Formation characteristics determine the hydraulic conductivity of the soil, the major parameter that determine the rate of hydraulic conductivity of the soil in study location are void ratio and permeability of the soil, degree of void ratio and permeability where determine to evaluate the rate of hydraulic conductivity and storage coefficient,the results from these two parameters  shows the variation deposition of void ratio and permeability in the study location. Ground water hydrogeological data where found to be unavailable in the study area this condition has resulted to a lots of abortive well, this has also cause a lot of abandoned ground water project done by government, this type of economic waste is a serious concern and need to be addressed., the study is imperative because it will improve the result of ground water exploration in the study area, the result from this study will definitely serve as baseline for professional to apply in   the development of ground water system in the study area .

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