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Journal of Geology and Mining Research
Satellite remote sensing has contributed immensely to the interpretation of linear features and other geological structures. In the study area, lineaments mapped were linear and planar features on satellite imageries that are expression of fractures, or faults within the subsurface. Image lines of different contrast may extend from a few centimetres to several of metres in length. The Landsat imagery used has a spatial resolution of 30 x 30 m, and eleven spectral bands covering the visible anddoi:10.5897/jgmr2018.0305 fatcat:fhv3tl6k6fhmlomg47di4ijup4