Models for Flooding and Erosion Control in Parts of Nigeria
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Flooding and erosion phenomenon is a major environmental problem prevalent in the rainforest region of Nigeria. The need to develop appropriate models to control the menace of the phenomenon is informed by the high demand for land and the increasing incidents of flooding and erosion in some parts of the country. Whatever model is to be adopted, its effectiveness depends on the contributions from geodetic measurement data. Once relevant data from geodetic and other sources have been obtained, the desired model can be developed using least squares approximation technique.
Rainforest , Environmental-Problem
Ezeigbo, C.U (1997) Models for Flooding and Erosion Control in Parts of Nigeria. A Paper For Presentation at NIS Annual Conference in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State