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Impact Of Multiple Land-use Matrix On The Sustainability Of River Ethiope Riparian Forest In Delta State, Nigeria
The study evaluated the impact of multiple land use matrix on riparian forest of the River Ethiope in Umutu, Obinomba and Obiaruku. Socio-economic data to ascertain the apathy to conservation was collected with copies of the five-point Likert scale questionnaire and analyzed using t-test statistics. Riparian forest soils were collected from a quadrat of 100cm2 along a-100m line transect at 0-20cm depth and water samples in each location were equally sampled for pH, TSS, TDS and total coliform test. The river was most impacted at Obinomba with acidic pH (6.20); dissolved oxygen (2.40mg/L); salinity (0.04) and facial coliform (6.8 x 104 MPN/100ml) compared to the Umutu and Obiaruku
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