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Article

Salifu, Emmmanuel and El Mountassir, Gráinne (2021) Fungal-induced water repellency in sand. Géotechnique, 71 (7). pp. 608-615. ISSN 0016-8505

Salifu, Emmanuel and El Mountassir, Graínne and Minto, James and Tarantino, Alessandro (2021) Hydraulic behaviour of fungal treated sand. Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment. 100258. ISSN 2352-3808

Tarantino, Alessandro and El Mountassir, Grainne and Wheeler, Simon and Gallipoli, Domenico and Russo, Giacomo and Augarde, Charles and Urciuoli, Gianfranco and Pirone, Marianna and Stokes, Alexia and van de Kuilen, Jan Willem and Gard, Wolfgang and Fourcaud, Thierry and Romero, Enrique and Priegue, Angel and Smith, Colin C and Larrey-Lassalle, Pyrène and Becker, Patrick and Ferrari, Alessio and Dainese, Roberta and Salifu, Emmanuel and Beber, Raniero and Scarfone, Riccardo and Cuccurullo, Alessia and Coudert, Elodie and Dias, Sofia and Mmuguda-Viswanath, Sravan and Rossi, Lorenzo MW and Kamath, Abhijith and Fraccica, Alessandro and Karagianni, Pavlina and González Castejón, Javier and Ouakka, Slimane and Zannin, Jacopo and Speranza, Gianluca (2020) TERRE project : interplay between unsaturated soil mechanics and low-carbon geotechnical engineering. E3S Web of Conferences, 195. 01002. ISSN 2267-1242

Salifu, Emmanuel and El Mountassir, Gráinne (2019) Preliminary observations of the shear behaviour of fungal treated soil. E3S Web of Conferences, 92. 11017. ISSN 2267-1242

Ogbeh, Gabriel O. and Tsokar, Titus O. and Salifu, Emmanuel (2018) Optimization of nutrients requirements for bioremediation of spent-engine oil contaminated soils. Environmental Engineering Research, 24 (3). pp. 484-494. ISSN 2005-968X

Salifu, Emmanuel and MacLachlan, Erica and Iyer, Kannan R. and Knapp, Charles W. and Tarantino, Alessandro (2016) Application of microbially induced calcite precipitation in erosion mitigation and stabilization of sandy soil foreshore slopes : a preliminary investigation. Engineering Geology, 201. pp. 96-105. ISSN 0013-7952

Book Section

Knapp, Charles W. and Turner, Ronald and Salifu, Emmanuel and Khan, Sadia and Stillings, Mark and Tonner, Rebecca; Lone, Showkat Ahmad and Malik, Abdul, eds. (2021) Climate change : any dangers from antimicrobial resistant bacteria? In: Microbiomes and the Global Climate Change. Springer Nature, Singapore. ISBN 9789813345089

El Mountassir, G. and Minto, J. M. and van Paassen, L. A. and Salifu, E. and Lunn, R. J.; Gadd, Geoffrey and Sariaslani, Sima, eds. (2018) Applications of microbial processes in geotechnical engineering. In: Advances in Applied Microbiology. Advances in Applied Microbiology, 104 (1st). Elsevier. ISBN 9780128151822

Conference or Workshop Item

Salifu, Emmanuel and Gutteridge, Fiona and Witte, Kimia (2021) Recent advances in engineered microbial technologies for the construction industry. In: Young Researchers' Forum V, 2021-04-22 - 2021-04-22, School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment, Glasgow Caledonian University.

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