Seasonal variation in heavy metal distribution of major
dams in Ekiti State was carried out. Of all the metal examined, iron was
found to be the most abundant metal for both seasons for the two years
with an average value of 6.48 and 4.80m/100g (2001) and 6.51 and 3.62
mg/100g (2002) for dry and wet season respectively, the average metal
concentration increased yearly. The concentration of most of the metals
appears higher in the dry season than those recorded for the wet season.
The values of the metals are below the standard limits of world health