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Lunn, Rebecca J. and Minto, James M. and El Mountassir, Grainne and Anderson, Mary; Maddalena, R. and Wright-Syed, M., eds. (2021) Large-scale soil improvement tests using microbially induced carbonate precipitation. In: Proceedings of the Resilient Materials 4 Life 2020 (RM4L2020) International Conference. Cardiff University, GBR, pp. 148-152. ISBN 9781399908320

Minto, James M. and Lunn, Rebecca J. and El Mountassir, Grainne and Anderson, Mary M.; Maddalena, R. and Wright-Syed, M., eds. (2021) Micro-scale processes in microbially induced carbonate precipitation. In: Proceedings of the Resilient Materials 4 Life 2020 (RM4L2020) International Conference. Cardiff University, Cardiff, pp. 220-224. ISBN 9781399908320

Anderson, Mary and Lunn, Rebecca J and Minto, James and El Mountassir, Grainne; Maddalena, R. and Wright-Syed, M., eds. (2021) Microbial induced calcite precipitation as a viable ground improvement technique. In: Proceedings of the Resilient Materials 4 Life 2020 (RM4L2020) International Conference. Cardiff University, Cardiff, pp. 136-141. ISBN 9781399908320

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