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Returns on Investment of Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) in Nigeria
Adegboye Folasade Bosede; Olowe Olusegun; Uwuigbe, Olubukunola
This paper provides an in-depth study on the history and evolution of Commercial Bank characteristic factors and other Macroeconomic variables on the financial industry performance indices in Nigeria from 1977 to 2010. The work employed a 3-stage procedure in the assessment of Commercial Bank characteristic factors and other Macroeconomic variables on Total Credit, Investment, and Commercial Ba...
Ground magnetic study of Ilesa East, Southwestern Nigeria
Kayode, J. S., Nyabese, P.K. and Adelusi, A.O.
Abstract Ground magnetic survey of eastern part of Ilesa town in Osun State, Southwest Nigeria was performed. Total field magnetic data was recorded using high resolution proton precision geometric magnetometer which implores Total Components of the ground magnetic anomaly data running through fifteen traverses. This research focused on delineation of faults in this part of the highly mineral...
Structural trends of Ijeda-Iloko area southwestern, Nigeria
John Stephen Kayode
Horizontal Component of ground magnetic studied of Ijebu-jesa area, Southwestern Nigeria
John Stephen Kayode
Geophysical Investigation of Some Flood Prone Areas in Ota, Southwestern Nigeria.
A.P. Aizebeokhai, O.M. Alile, J.S. Kayode and F.C. Okonkwo
Thirteen shallow vertical electrical resistivity soundings using Schlumberger array were conducted within the study area. The aim of the study was to investigate the nature of the subsurface in some flood prone areas within the study area by determining the lithology and the corresponding inverse model resistivities at the depths investigated and hence the cause of flooding in the area during t...
Vertical components of the ground magnetic study of Ijebu-jesa, Southwestern Nigeria
Kayode John Stephen
The ground magnetic study of Ijebu-jesa town in Oriade Local Government Area of Osun State,Southwestern Nigeria was carried out. The actual position of Iwaraja Fault in eastern part of Ilesa schistbelt Southwestern Nigeria has been a major concern to the geoscientists in the area, as presently noserious work has been published to unveil the real position of this major fault. This therefore, nec...
Ground Magnetic Data Interpretation of Ijebu-Jesa Area, Southwestern Nigeria, Using Total Component
J.S. Kayode and A.O. Adelusi
The ground magnetic studies of Ijebu-jesa town in Oriade local government area of Osun State Southwestern Nigeria were carried out to study the subsurface geology of the area. The Total Component Magnetic Intensities data was interpreted. The qualitative interpretation of the ground magnetic data showed varying magnetic intensities over the different rock types in this area from the approximati...
Horizontal derivatives of the ground magnetic Interpretation in part of Ilesa area, Southwestern Nigeria.
J.S. Kayode, A.O. Adelusi and P. K. Nyabeze
A horizontal component of ground magnetic intensity was recorded for part of Ilesa town in Osun State; Southwestern Nigeria using a high resolution proton precision geometric magnetometer. Fifteen traverses were established in E-W direction within the study area. The study focused on delineation of geological structures such as rock contacts; rock boundaries, fractures and faulted zones. The fi...
Investigation of extremely low frequency (ELF) hot spots in the College of Science and Technology, Covenant University, Ota
Dr. Marvel Akinyemi, John S. Kayode and Dr. Mojisola Usikalu
Abstract The presence of Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) from electronic devices such as personal computers, laboratory equipment and television sets in selected laboratories and offices at the College of Science and Technology Building, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria was characterized using an ELF Detection Meter. The study revealed that exposure to ELF fields could be controlled to the mini...
On the Geoeffectiveness Structure of Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling Functions during Intense Storms,
B. Olufemi Adebesin, S. Oluwole Ikubanni, and J. Stephen Kayode
Abstract The geoeffectiveness of some coupling functions for the Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Interaction had been studied. 58 storms with peak Dst < −100 nT were used. The result showed that the interplanetary magnetic field Bz appeared to be more relevant with the magnetic field B (which agreed with previous results). However, both the V (solar wind flow speed) and Bz factors in the interplaneta...