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Effects of layer thickness on desiccation cracking behaviour of a vegetated soil

The objective of this study is to explore how different layer thicknesses affect the desiccation cracking behaviour of vegetated soil. During the experiment, an electronic balance was employed to quantify...

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Laboratory testing on cracking characteristics and improvement mechanism of coral mud

In recent years, the development and construction of island reefs have been flourishing. Due to the remoteness of island reefs from the mainland, the scarcity of building materials, and the high transportation...

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Hydraulic characteristics and vegetation performance of the Yellow River sediment modified by biochar

The Yellow River sediment (YRS) is an important potential soil resource for the mine land reclamation and ecological restoration in the arid regions of northern China. However, it has the shortcomings...

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Study on time effect and prediction model of shear strength of root-soil complex under dry-wet cycle

Triaxial compression tests were conducted on the alfalfa root-loess complex at different growthperiods obtained through artificial planting. The research focused on analyzing the time variation law...

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Evaluation of plant growth and spacing effects on bioengineered slopes subjected to rainfall

Shallow landslides can be mitigated through the hydro-mechanical reinforcement provided by vegetation. Several critical parameters, such as plant spacing and plant age, play a significant role in influencing...

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A new bioslurry-induced restoration method via biomineralization for fragmented ceramic cultural relics

This study presents a new restoration method for fragmented ceramic cultural relics using bioslurry-induced biocementation via a microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP) process. Bioslurry...

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Enhancing carbon neutrality: A perspective on the role of Microbially Induced Carbonate Precipitation (MICP)

Microbially Induced Carbonate Precipitation (MICP) presents a promising avenue for sustainable carbon management, offering a rapid alternative to natural carbonate formation. This paper explores the...

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Feasibility study of enhancing enzyme-induced carbonate precipitation with eggshell waste for sand solidification

Utilizing Enzyme-Induced Calcium Carbonate Precipitation (EICP) reinforcement technology has emerged as an innovative approach for soil improvement. In this study, kitchen waste eggshell powder was...

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EVALUATING THE PERFORMANCE AND DURABILITY OF CONCRETE PAVING BLOCKS ENHANCED BY BIO-CEMENT POSTTREATMENT

Concrete pavement often experiences accelerated deterioration due to water and chemical ingress through micro-cracks and surface voids. Particularly, the ingress of aggressive agents into the concrete...

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Comparison of the efficiency of traditional MICP and two-step MICP method for immobilizing heavy metals in aquatic environments

The application of the microbial-induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) method for remediating heavy metals (i.e., HMs) has recently garnered significant attention. Nevertheless, the inhibition of urease...

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Uniformity of Microbial Injection for Reinforcing Saturated Calcareous Sand: A Multi-Test Approach

The mineralization process of microbial-induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP) is influenced by many factors, and the uniformity of the calcium carbonate precipitation have become the main focus...

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Fracture sealing based on microbially induced carbonate precipitation and its engineering applications: A review

In this review, the development and application of microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) technology for the sealing of underground engineering fractures are discussed in detail. The importance...

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Effects of Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation on Static Liquefaction Behavior of a Gold Tailings Sand

Loose tailings are susceptible to static liquefaction during which they lose a substantial amount of their strength. This study examines a sustainable technique known as Microbially-Induced Calcite...

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Does biochar mitigate rainfall-induced soil erosion? A review and meta-analysis

Biochar has emerged as a promising soil amendment for improving soil structure. Yet, its impact on rainfall-induced soil erosion varies across individual studies. To address this gap, we conducted a...

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Saturated permeability and water retention capacity in biochar-methanotrophs-clay for new landfill cover system

A new landfill cover system, biochar-methanotrophs-clay (BMC) cover is recommended for reducing methane emissions at landfills. It also contributes to decreasing soil permeability and improving soil...

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Experimental study on reinforcement of bionic grouser of deep-sea mining vehicle

To fulfill the operational demands of deep-sea tracked mining vehicles traversing soft seabed substrates, an evaluation of the characteristics of these substrates was conducted, drawing a comparison...

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Factors affecting the effectiveness of biocementation of soil

Microbially or enzyme induced carbonate precipitation has emerged to be a new type of soil improvement method. However, it appears that the biocementation process is affected by many factors and a common...

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Experimental study on self-burrowing dual anchor soft probe

This study focuses on the development and testing of a bio-inspired self-burrowing dual anchor soft probe for potential geotechnical applications. Dual anchor refers to the form of movement in soils...

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Analysis of the microstructure of microbial solidified sand and engineering residue based on CT scanning

A close relationship exists between the pore network structure of microbial solidified soil and its macroscopic mechanical properties. The microbial solidified engineering residue and sand were scanned...

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Improvements in saline soil and the law of water-salt transport based on salt inhibition using MICP technology

Soil desertification and salinization are the main environmental disasters in arid and semi-arid areas. It is of great significance to study the water - salt migration law of saline soil and propose...

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Decoding vegetation's role in landslide susceptibility mapping: An integrated review of techniques and future directions

Rainfall-induced landslides, exacerbated by climate change, require urgent attention to identify vulnerable regions and propose effective risk mitigation measures. Extensive research underscores the...

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Effect analysis of biomineralization for solidifying desert sands

The sand-dust weather has become an environmental hazard in the world. However, it is still a challenge to control sandstorms and decrease sand-dust weather. The biomineralization technology for solidifying...

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Hydraulic characteristics and incubation methods for enhancing durability of Fungi- Mycelium treated silica sand using Rhizopus oligosporus and Rhizopus oryzae combination

Nowadays, the application of Fungi as a bio-mediated soil improvement technique is developing. The hydraulic properties of Rhizopus Fungi-Mycelium Treated Soil are unknown, and the treated sample tends...

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