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Crude Oil and Fractional Spillages Resulting from Exploration and Exploitation in Niger-Delta Region of Nigeria: A Review About the Environmental and Public Health Impact

By John Kanayochukwu Nduka, Fabian Onyeka Obumselu and Ngozi Lilian Umedum

Submitted: May 20th 2011Reviewed: October 12th 2011Published: March 16th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/36328

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John Kanayochukwu Nduka, Fabian Onyeka Obumselu and Ngozi Lilian Umedum (March 16th 2012). Crude Oil and Fractional Spillages Resulting from Exploration and Exploitation in Niger-Delta Region of Nigeria: A Review About the Environmental and Public Health Impact, Crude Oil Exploration in the World, Mohamed Abdel-Aziz Younes, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/36328. Available from:

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