Microbiological Improvement of the Physical Properties of Soils

Microbiological Improvement of the Physical Properties of Soils

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Microbiological processes that can be potentially employed for soil improvement include mineral precipitation, mineral transformation, and biofilms and biopolymers. Many of these processes are known to improve the engineering properties of soils on a geological time scale, and some of these processes are known to induce potentially beneficial effects in shorter time frames but in situations where the context renders these effects undesirable (e.g. clogging of treatment plant filters). The engineering challenge is to induce the desired process over a time frame of engineering interest in the location of interest.aquot;Siliceous shrubs in hot springs from Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, U.S.A.aquot; Can. J. Earth ScL, 40: 1571-1583. HACH (2003). DR/4000 Spectrophotometer Procedures Manual. HACH (2006). Digital Titrator User Manual, June, Ed. 24.


Title:Microbiological Improvement of the Physical Properties of Soils
Author: Ismail Karatas
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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