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Nig. J. Basic Appl. Sci.. 2016; 24(2): 9-14
doi: 180110

Assessment and Seasonal Variation of Heavy Metals and Mineral Elements in River Sokoto, Northwestern Nigeria

Mudasiru Iyanda Omowale Raji, Yakubu Kokori E. Ibrahim, Babajide A. Tytler, Josesph O. Ehinmidu.

River Sokoto was studied to determine types of heavy metals and mineral elements it contains and their concentrations during dry and rainy seasons to justify its use for domestic and agricultural purposes.

Key words: Seasonal variation, heavy metals, mineral elements, pollution, River Sokoto

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