Mercury Accumulation in Fishes from Tropical Aquatic Ecosystems in the Niger Delta of Nigeria.
Nsikak U. Benson, Joseph P. Essien, Akan B. Williams and David E. Bassey
Williams Akan » Professor Akan Bassey Williams is the 6th Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University. He is a former Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University. He is currently the Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies and Chairman, Committee of Deans. He earned a B.Sc degree in Chemistry from University of Calabar, an M.Sc degree in Petroleum Chemistry from University of Port Harcourt and a Ph.D degree in... view full profile
Interseasonal Hydrological Characteristics and Variabilities in Surface Water of Tropical Estuarine Ecosystems within Niger Delta, Nigeria.
Assessment of Regulated Disinfection By-products in Ahmadu Bello University Community Drinking Water Supply.
Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Limiting Nutrients in Macurareptantia, Procambarusclarkii and Benthic Sediment from Qua Iboe Estuary, Nigeria.
Evaluation of Levels of Regulated Trihalomethanes (THMS) in a Community Drinking Water Supply in Nigeria
Occurrence and Levels of Acetonitriles as Emerging Disinfection By-products in a Community Drinking Water Supply
Petroleum Hydrocarbons Accumulation Potential of Shellfishes from Littoral Waters of the Bight of Bonny, Niger Delta, Nigeria.
Trends in Trace Metal Burdens in Sediment, Fish Species and Filtered Water of Igbede River, Lagos, Nigeria.
Organochlorine Pesticide Residues in Muscle Tissues of Ethmalosa fimbriata and Psettias sebae from Lagos Lagoon, Nigeria.
Levels and Distribution of Chlorinated Pesticide Residues in Water and Sediments of Tarkwa Bay, Lagos Lagoon.