Precipitation and Soil science are fields of study that intersect with his Meteorology study. He incorporates Soil science and Meteorology in his research. His study in Metallurgy extends to Carbonate with its themes. His work on Metallurgy is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Carbonate. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Bacteria and Genetics. Jason T. DeJong frequently studies issues relating to Microorganism and Genetics. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Microorganism and Bacteria via his papers. His Seawater study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Ecology. His Ecology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Seawater.
In his study, Mineralogy is inextricably linked to Calcite, which falls within the broad field of Geochemistry. His Mineralogy study frequently links to related topics such as Calcite. His study focuses on the intersection of Compressibility and fields such as Mechanics with connections in the field of Flow (mathematics) and Dilatant. Flow (mathematics) and Mechanics are frequently intertwined in his study. Much of his study explores Dilatant relationship to Geotechnical engineering. He connects Geotechnical engineering with Oedometer test in his study. His Soil water research also covers Penetrometer, Clay soil and Oedometer test studies. Jason T. DeJong regularly ties together related areas like Soil water in his Penetrometer studies. He connects relevant research areas such as Particulates, Calcium carbonate and Cohesion (chemistry) in the realm of Organic chemistry.
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Microbially Induced Cementation to Control Sand Response to Undrained Shear
Jason T. DeJong;Jason T. DeJong;Michael B. Fritzges;Michael B. Fritzges;Klaus Nüsslein;Klaus Nüsslein.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2006)
Bio-mediated soil improvement
Jason T. DeJong;Brina M. Mortensen;Brian C. Martinez;Douglas C. Nelson.
Ecological Engineering (2010)
Biogeochemical processes and geotechnical applications: progress, opportunities and challenges
J. T. Dejong;K. Soga;E. Kavazanjian;S. Burns.
Effects of environmental factors on microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation
B.M. Mortensen;M.J. Haber;J.T. DeJong;L.F. Caslake.
Journal of Applied Microbiology (2011)
Experimental Optimization of Microbial-Induced Carbonate Precipitation for Soil Improvement
B. C. Martinez;J. T. DeJong;T. R. Ginn;B. M. Montoya.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2013)
Dynamic response of liquefiable sand improved by microbial-induced calcite precipitation
B.M. Montoya;J.T. Dejong;R.W. Boulanger.
Stress-Strain Behavior of Sands Cemented by Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation
B. M. Montoya;J. T. DeJong.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2015)
Soil engineering in vivo: harnessing natural biogeochemical systems for sustainable, multi-functional engineering solutions
Jason T. DeJong;Jason T. DeJong;Kenichi Soga;Steven A. Banwart;W. Richard Whalley.
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2011)
Field-scale bio-cementation tests to improve sands
Michael G. Gomez;Brian C. Martinez;Jason T. DeJong;Chris E. Hunt.
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Ground Improvement (2015)
Role of Initial State, Material Properties, and Confinement Condition on Local and Global Soil-Structure Interface Behavior
Jason T. DeJong;Jason T. DeJong;Zachary J. Westgate;Zachary J. Westgate.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2009)
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