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Soil Improvement using Microbial Induced Calcium Carbonate Precipitation (MICP) Table of contents i. Engineering ethics ii. Plagiarism statement iii. Abstract Microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP)IntroductionBacterial induced calcium carbonate precipitation (BICP)Fungal induced calcium carbonate precipitation (FICP)                    Soil improvement using conventional stabilisers (cement, lime and fly ash)Disadvantages of conventional soil stabilisersSoil improvement using biopolymers (xanthan and guar gum)Mechanisms for microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP)     Nitrogen cycle (urea hydrolysis and denitrification     Photosynthesis (oxygenic and anoxygenic)     Sulphur cycle     Oxidation of methaneFactors affecting microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP) 3.1       Effect of soil type 3.2       Effect of microbial concentration 3.3       Effect of degree of saturation of soil 3.4       Effect of temperature 3.5       Effect of pH level of soil        Applications of microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP) 5.1       Soil improvement/stabilisation 5.2       Concrete treatment 5.4       Bio Bricks 5.5       Remediation for heavy metal contamination Benefits of microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP)Limitations of microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP)Aims and Objectives for the second partReferences

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