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GEOLOGY AND STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF JUJU HILL AND ITS ENVIRONS

Thesis, Project Topic: Geology and Structural Features of Juju Hill and its Environs


CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1        GENERAL STATEMENT

The present study describes the geology and structural analysis of bedding planes joints and vein/veinlets observed in Juju hill and its environs.

The research was carried out mainly to determine the structures of the area, and attempt their analysis and interpretation, so as to establish detailed structural information on the area under study.

1.2 LOCATION AND EXTENT

The area under study is Juju hill and its surrounding areas, and part of Abakaliki metropolis in Ebonyi State, Nigeria (Figure 1), which lies within the south eastern Nigeria sedimentary basin. The mapped area includes Juju hill, Nkwagu, Agbaja, Agu Akpu Azuiyiokwu, Ndiechi Igbeagu, Onu Ebonyi and Ekaeru Inyimagu, lying between latitude 6° 15’Nand 6°20’N and longitude 8° 051 E and 8°10!E. The main geological material is Abakaliki shale of Asu River Group of the middle Albian times.

Figure 1: Map of Ebonyi State Showing the Study Area.

13       ACCESSIBILITY

The area under study is made accessible in four major road networks of Ezza -Ogoja water works road, Enugu-Abakaliki -Onwe road, Enugu –Abakaliki Obubra road and Abakaliki routes. Access route are provided to the study area while the various footpaths provided access to the outcrops

1.4        AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

This study is aimed at detailed description of the geology and structural features of Juju hill and its environs. The study was carried out mainly to determine the tectonic structures of the area, analyses and interpret them, and obtain detailed structural information on the study area.

1.5       CLIMATE

The area under study falls within the humid tropical rainforest region of southeastern Nigeria with annual rainfall of 1750 -2500mm per annum. Rainy and dry seasons are typical in the area. The rainy season lasts from March to October.

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