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Eluozo, S N.

Subaka Nigeria Limited Port Harcourt Rivers State of Nigeria

Director and principal consultant, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Research and Development 

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ABSTRACT

Dispersions and velocity were observed to have a serious impact on the migration process of enterobacteriaceae in the study area. The study were to monitor the rate of impact on velocity and dispersion on enterobacteriaceae deposition and its migration in the study location, several experts has express various views on the migration of microbes, thorough studies has not been carried out on the dispersion and velocity influences on enterobacteriaceae, such condition were to monitor the predominant parameters formation of the soil that developed serious impact on the deposition and migration of this contaminants. Velocities of flow are base on the rate of porosity generating permeability in the strata.  This impact on the depositions of the contaminant has been observed, the study has shows the rate of concentration under the influences of these parameters, rapid  migration of enterobacteriaceae were influenced by velocity and dispersions, the system were formulated base on these observed predominant formation characteristics, these parameters has express the level of impact at various formation, homogeneous velocity and porosity has produced rapid dispersion of enterobacteriaceae  experiences in different formation, the study is imperative because it has evaluated several impact of the contaminant in various formations.

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