|Statement||By Peter M. Ahn.|
|Series||Memoir / Ghana, Soil and Land-Use Survey Branch -- no.2, Ghana, Soil and Land-Use Survey Branch Memoir -- no.2|
|Contributions||Ghana, Soil and Land-Use Survey Branch.|
The Tano Basin is located in the southwestern part of Ghana and lies between Latitudes 50 N and 70 40’ N, and Longitudes 20 00’ W and 30 15’ W. The southern section is generally low in altitude, ranging between 0 and m above mean sea level. The cretaceous play of Tano basin which is located southeastern part of Ghana begun its tectonic activities in the last Jurassic era where there was a continental rifting between African plate and the South American plate. This lead to the creation of the West African Transform Margin. Tano Basin which is part of this margin and boundedFile Size: 1MB. Source Rock Evaluation and Hydrocarbon Potential in the Tano Basin, South Western Ghana, West Africa Article (PDF Available) January with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: David Atta-Peters. The Ankobra Basin is one of the south-western basins of Ghana. It is located within latitudes 4°52′–6°27′N, and lon-gitudes 1°42–2°33′ ′W. It is bounded to the East; West and South by the Pra Basin, Tano Basin and the Gulf of Guinea, respectively. The Cited by: 3.
The onshore/coastal expressions of the Tano and Keta basins, respectively, located at the south-western and south-eastern corner of Ghana, have a total size of about 4, sq. km. The Inland Voltaian basin is the largest sedimentary basin in Ghana. It occupies the central-eastern-northern part of Ghana. It is about , sq. km in size. Three exploratory oil wells (ST-9H, WCTP-2X and WT-1X) from the Tano Basin, south-western Ghana, have been evaluated for their hydrocarbon generation potential by the use of geochemical analysis (TOC, Rock-Eval pyrolysis). The analytical results of samples revealed that the wells have fair to good total organic carbon (TOC) contents, suggesting that there exist conditions in . Soils of the Lower Tano Basin, South-Western Ghana by Peter M. Ahn Soils of the Lower Tano Basin, South-Western Ghana by Peter M. Ahn (p. ) Review by: J. M. Hunter. The Ankobra Basin is one of the south-western basins of Ghana. It is located within latitudes 4°52′–6°27′N, and longitudes 1°42′–2°33′W. It is bounded to the East; West and South by the Pra Basin, Tano Basin and the Gulf of Guinea, by: 3.
The role of soil in storing carbon in tropical rainforests: the case of Ankasa Park, Ghana Ahn PM () Soils of the lower Tano basin, south-western Ghana. Ministry of Food and laboratory methods for evaluating the agronomic effectiveness of natural and modified rock phosphates in some acid soils of Ghana. Nutr Cycl Agroecosyst 63 Cited by: Soils of Ghana at the great soil group level. Soils of the Lower Tano Basin, South-Western Ghana. Memoir No.2, SRI, Kumasi. Asiamah, R.D. English Language Book Society and Longman Group Ltd. Ahn, P. M., Soils of the lower Tano basin, south-western Ghana, Air photography, Aerial photo-interpretation of landforms and rural cultural features in glaciated and coastal regions: W. E. Powers and C. F. Kohn, ?, and coasts, see Germany; and land use, see Switzerland?, see Photographic interpretation Air pollution, see Atmospheric. The Western Region covers an area of 23, square kilometres, which is about 10 per cent of Ghana’s total land surface. It is located in the south-western part of Ghana, bordered by Ivory Coast on the west, Central Region on the east, Ashanti and Brong-Ahafo Regions on the north and on the south by km of coastline of the Atlantic Ocean.