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2014

Logan, B.E. 2014. Food and light bulbs. (Editorial). Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett., 1(11):442.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Hunting versus mapping expeditions. (Editorial). Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 1(8):325.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Future editorials: The death of the proposal. (Editorial). Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 1(6):277.

Logan, B.E. 2014. I owe, I owe, so off to review I go. (Editorial). Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett., 1(5):248.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Climbing those peaks. (Editorial). Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett., 1(3):197.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Time travel. (Editorial). Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett., 1(1):1.

2010

Logan, B.E. 2009. Exoelectrogenic bacteria that power microbial fuel cells. Nature Rev. Micro., 7(5):375-381.

Mehanna, M. and B.E. Logan. 2010. Microbial desalination cell for simultaneous water desalination and energy production, Global Water Magazine, posted online, at http://globalwater.jhu.edu/index.php/magazine/article/microbial_desalination_cell_for_simultaneous_water_desalination_and_energy

2009

Logan, B.E. 2009. Exoelectrogenic bacteria that power microbial fuel cells. Nature Rev. Micro., 7(5):375-381.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Energy sustainability of the water infrastructure using microbial fuel cell technologies. Clarke Prize Lecture, Fountain Valley, CA, July 9.

Zhang, X., X.Wang, S. Cheng , X. Huang, and B.E. Logan. 2009. Unlaminated carbon as separator in air-cathode single-chamber microbial fuel cells. Proc. 238th ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, August 16-20.

2008

Call, D. and B.E. Logan. 2008. Hydrogen production in a single chamber microbial electrolysis cell lacking a membrane. Environ. Sci. Technol.  42(9):3401-3406.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Successes and challenges in microbial fuel cell development and applications. Proc. Of the Workshop on "From fundamental to microbial power plants: Electrochemically active biofilms", Dourdan, France, November 19-21.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Materials and architectures for microbial fuel cells (MFCs) and microbial electrolysis cells (MECs). Proc. of the  The First International Symposium on Microbial Fuel Cells in China, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, November 3.

Logan, B.E., and S. Cheng. 2008. Evaluation of catalysts and membranes for high yield biohydrogen production via electrohydrogenesis in microbial electrolysis cells (MECs).  Proc. of the International Water Association (IWA) World Conference and Exhibition, Vienna, Austria, September 12.

Lalaurette, E. and B.E. Logan. 2008. How to produce hydrogen from cellulose fermentation products using different mixed cultures in microbial electrolysis cells. Proc. of the ACS Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 21.

Cheng, S. and B.E. Logan. 2008. Bioenergy generation from cellulose in single-chamber microbial fuel cells (MFCs). Proc. of the ACS Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 21.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Improving the rates of hydrogen production by electrohydrogenesis in microbial electrolysis cells (MECs). Proc. of the  6th Leading Edge Technologies (LET) Conference, International Water Association, Zurich, Switzerland, June 3.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Energy sustainability of the water infrastructure. Proc. of the 1st International Microbial Fuel Cell Symposium, Penn State University, May 27

2007

Logan, B.E. 2007. Simultaneous wastewater treatment and electricity or hydrogen generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Proceedings of the International Water Association Leading Edge Technologies Conference, Singapore, June 4-6.

Zuo, Y., S. Cheng, D.F. Call, and B.E. Logan. 2007. Scalable tubular membrane cathodes for microbial fuel cell applications. Proceedings of the 234th annual meeting of the American Chemical Society, Boston, MA, August 21-22.

Cheng, S. and B.E. Logan. 2007. High hydrogen yield from renewable resources using an improved BEAMR system. Proceedings of the 234th annual meeting of the American Chemical Society, Boston, MA, August 21-22.

Logan, B.E., and J. M. Regan. 2007. Hydrogen and electricity production using microbial fuel cell-based technologies. Proceedings of the National Hydrogen Association Meeting, San Antonio, TX, March 21.

2006

Logan, B.E. 2006. Invited editorial: Energy diversity brings stability. Environ. Sci. Technol 40(17):5161.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Using algae and other biomass for H2 production in a modified microbial fuel cell process: a bioelectrochemically assisted microbial reactor. Proceedings of the 16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference, Lyon, France, June 15.

Logan, B.E., J. Heilmann, and H. Liu. 2006. Biohydrogen hydrogen production by electrochemically assisted organic matter electrolysis. Proceedings of the National Hydrogen Association Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA, March 14.

2005

Logan, B.E. 2005. Invited editorial: Generating electricity from wastewater treatment. Wat. Env. Res. 77(3):209.

Logan, B.E. 2005. High hydrogen yields obtained using a modified microbial fuel cell. NHA News, 10(2):2-3.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Direct generation of electricity with bacteria and simultaneous wastewater treatment using microbial fuel cell technology. Proc. Australian Water Association Conference, Brisbane, Australia, May 10. CD ROM.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Biophysical aspects of bacterial adhesion examined using atomic force microscopy. Proc. 1st International Symposium on “Delivery of Functionality in Complex Food Systems: Physically inspired approaches from nanoscale to microscale”. Nestle Research Center, Lausanne, Switzerland, January 27-29. CD ROM.

2004

Logan, B.E., H. Liu, Sang-Eun Oh, and B. Min. 2004. Electricity production from domestic wastewater can be harvested in microbial fuel cells. Proc. WEFTEC Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Simultaneous wastewater treatment and biological electricity generation. Proc. 10th Congress on Anaerobic Digestion (AD10) on Anaerobic Bioconversion—Answer for Sustainability, Montreal, Canada, pp. 249-252.

Logan, B.E., S.Van Ginkel, S. Oh, H. Liu and B. Min. 2004. Bioenergy recovery through biological hydrogen production and electricity generation in microbial fuel cells. Proc. 10th Congress on Anaerobic Digestion (AD10) on Anaerobic Bioconversion—Answer for Sustainability, Montreal, Canada, pp. 1276-1278.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Potential for wastewater treatment systems based on microbial fuel cells and biological hydrogen production. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Zhang, H., and B.E. Logan. 2004. Biological hydrogen production from an unsaturated, packed-bed bioreactor. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Liu, H., and B.E. Logan. 2004. Electricity production using an air-cathode single chamber microbial fuel cell (MFC) in the absence and presence of a proton exchange membrane. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Oh, Sang-Eun, B. Min, J. Kim, H. Liu and B.E. Logan. Characterization of design factors affecting power output in a microbial fuel cell. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Kim, J., B. Min and B.E. Logan. 2004. Development of a procedure to rapidly acclimate a microbial fuel cell (MFC) for electricity production. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Min, B. 2004. Electricity production in salt bridge and membrane microbial fuel cells. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Van Ginkel, S., and B.E. Logan. 2004. Maximization of H2 yields by lowering H2 inhibition. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Cheng, S.-A., H. Liu and B.E. Logan. 2004. Optimization of air cathode used in one-chamber microbial fuel cells. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Regan, J., Oh, S.-E. Oh, and B.E. Logan. 2004. Biological hydrogen from livestock wastewaters. Extended Abstract, Proc. 228th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting. CD ROM.

Logan, B.E. Microbial fuel cell cleans, generates electricity from domestic wastewater. NHA News, 9(3):10-11.

Logan, B.E., S. Van Ginkel, S. Oh, H. Liu and B. Min. 2004. Biohydrogen production can be made more economical by linking it with methane production or direct electricity generation in microbial fuel cells. Proc. National Hydrogen Association Annual Meeting.

2003

Logan, B.E. 2003. Hydrogen Day at Penn State Celebrates Achievements by University Researchers. National Hydrogen Association Newsletter, Spring, 2003.

Logan, B.E. 2003. A green and sustainable energy system built upon biological hydrogen production. Invited Keynote speaker, Proc 225th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 25. Extended abstract, CD ROM.

Salerno, M., E. Watson, D. Velegol, and B.E. Logan. 2003. The importance of bacterial and surface-contact properties on bacterial adhesion: the effects of hydrophobicity, surface charge and steric effects. Pres. 225th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 24 Extended Abstract, CD ROM.

Li, B. and B.E. Logan. 2003. Analysis of the role of surface charge and hydrophobicity in the initial adhesion of bacteria to glass surfaces. Pres. 225th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 24. Extended abstract, CD ROM.

Li, X. and B.E. Logan. 2003. Measuring bacterial adhesion using atomic force microscopy. Pres. 225th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 24. Extended Abstract, CD ROM.

2002

Van Ginkel, S.W., S. Oh, and B.E. Logan. 2002. Hydrogen production using anaerobic wastewater treatment processes. Extended Abstract, CD ROM Proc. 75th Water Environment Federation National Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 28 to October 2, 10 pp.

Logan, B.E. 2002. How to get tenure and develop your own research group identity. Abstract, Proc. of the AEESP/AAEE Conference, Toronto, Canada, August 10-14.

Logan, B.E. Using nanoscale (atomic force microscopy) and macroscale (column) measurements to understand bacterial adhesion and transport. Abstract, Proc. of the AEESP/AAEE Conference, Toronto, Canada, August 10-14.

Logan, B.E. Logan, S. Van Ginkel, S.-E. Oh, B. Min, and J. Xu. 2002. Biological hydrogen production and a bio-fuel cell coupled for energy production. Abstract, Proceedings of the Workshop on Bio-fuel Cells, Washington, DC., June 30 to July 2,

Xu, J. and B.E. Logan. 2002. Measurement of chlorite dismutase activity in perchlorate reducing bacteria. Proc. Society for Industrial Microbiology Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 11-14.

Evans, P., A. Chu, S. Liao, S. Price. B. Min and B.E. Logan. 2002. Pilot testing of a bioreactor for perchlorate-contaminated groundwater treatment. Abstract, Proc. Third International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, CA, May 20-23.
Xu, J., J. Trimble, and B.E. Logan. 2002. Perchlorate reduction and denitrification pathways are separate in perchlorate reducing bacteria. Proc. 102nd General Meeting, American Society for Microbiology, Salt Lake City, UT, May 19-23.

Zhang, H.J., M.A. Bruns and B.E. Logan. 2002. Perchlorate reduction by a novel autotrophic hydrogen-oxidizing bacterium. Proc. 102nd General Meeting, American Society for Microbiology, Salt Lake City, UT, May 19-23.

Song, Y. and B.E. Logan. 2002. Effect of O2 on perchlorate reduction and recovery of perchlorate degradation following O2 exposure. Proc. 102nd General Meeting, American Society for Microbiology, Salt Lake City, UT, May 19-23.

Logan, B.E., S.B. Velegol, X. Li, and S.T. Pardi. 2002. Analysis of molecules at elastic surfaces using atomic force microscopy. Proc. 224 ACS National Meeting, Orlando, FL, April 7-11.

2001

Logan, B.E., D. Kohler, and B. Min. 2001. A new take on an old test. Indus. Wastewater. 9(2):29-33.

Velegol, S.B., S. Pardi, and B.E. Logan. 2001. Molecular scale analysis of bacterial adhesion forces using atomic force microscopy. CD-ROM Extended Abstracts of the 222nd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August 26-30. 41(2):276-279.

Burks, G.A. and B.E. Logan. 2001. Direct measurement of bacterial adhesion to solid surfaces using bacteria with varying outer layer surface composition. CD-ROM Extended Abstracts of the 222nd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August 26-30. 41(2):271-275.

Logan, B.E. 2001. Engineering for the Environment. J. Environ. Engin. 127(8):671

Min, B., D. Kohler, J. Brown, and B. Logan. 2001. Using an HBOD probe to measure biochemical oxygen demand of wastewaters. Keystone Water Quality Manager. 34(4):24-28.

Song, Y. and B.E. Logan. 2001. Respiratory pathways used by perchlorate respiring microorganisms. Proc. 101st AFM General Meeting, Orlando, Florida, May 20-24, p. 635.

2000

Logan, B.E., D. Kohler, and B. Min. 2000. A new method to assess oxygen demand based on the HBOD probe. Proc. 73rd Annual WEFTEC Conference, October 14-18, Anaheim, CA. 11 pages.

1999

Logan, B.E., K. Kim, J. Miller, P. Mulvaney, H. Zhang, and R. Unz. 1999. Factors affecting biodegradation of perchlorate contaminated waters. 1999. Extended Abstract, Proc. 218th ACS Meeting, New Orleans, LA, August 22-26, p. 112-114.

Kim, K. and B.E. Logan. 1999. Microbial treatment of perchlorate contaminated water. In: B.E. Logan and F.C. Cannon (eds), Environmental Engineering Research Frontiers: Proceedings of the AEESP Research Conference, August 1-3, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEEP), Champaign, IL. p. 65

Camesano, T.A and B.E. Logan. 1999. Measuring bacterial interaction forces using atomic force microscopy and implications for bacterial adhesion in porous media In: B.E. Logan and F.C. Cannon (eds), Environmental Engineering Research Frontiers: Proceedings of the AEESP Research Conference, August 1-3, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEEP), Champaign, IL. p. 65.

Mulvaney, P.T., R.F. Unz, and B.E. Logan. 1999. Reduction of perchlorate by axenic bacteria isolated from wastewater enrichments. Abstract of the American Society for Microbiology, ASM 99th General Meeting, May 31, Chicago, IL, p. 542.

Camesano, T.A., M.J. Natan, M.D. Musick, and B.E. Logan. 1999. Atomic force microscope phase-imaging and force measurements of adhesion-modified bacterial cells. Extended Abstract, Proc. 217th ACS Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 22-26, p. 284-286.

1998

Logan, B.E. and K. Kim. 1998. Microbiological treatment of perchlorate contaminated ground water. Proc. of the National Ground Water Association Southwest focused ground water conference: Discussing the issue of MTBE and perchlorate in the ground water, Anaheim, CA, June 3-4, pp:87-91.

Logan, B.E. 1998. The president’s corner: AEESP. AEEP Newsletter, 33(3):1.

DeSantis, A.A., T.A. Camesano, and B.E. Logan. 1998. Effect of fluid velocity and cell concentration on motile microbial migration in porous media. Extended Abstract, Proc. 217th ACS Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 22-26, p. 415-416.

Logan, B.E., C.R. O’Melia, and B.E. Rittmann, eds. 1998. Environmental Engineering Research Frontiers: Final Report of the NSF/AEEP Workshop held on January 14-16, 1998, Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey, CA. Association of Environmental Engineering Professors (AEEP), Champaign, IL. 14 pages.

Logan, B.E. 1998. The president’s corner: Zen and the Art of Environmental Engineering. AEEP Newsletter, 33(2):1-2.

Logan, B.E. The president’s corner: Global environmental concerns. AEEP Newsletter, 33(1):1-2.

1996

Logan, B.E. and R. Patnaik. 1996. The demise of the standard BOD test? Water Environ. Solutions. 3(6):8-10.

Jewett, D.G., Logan, B.E., Arnold, R.G. and Bales, R.C. 1996. Bacterial transport through unsaturated quartz sand and the effects of ionic strength and surfactant addition. EOS, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, p. F210.

Logan, B.E. and R. Patnaik. 1996. A non-dilution BOD test based on analysis using a gas chromatograph: the GC-HBOD test. Proc. WEFTEC ‘96, the 69th Annual WEF Conference, October 5-9, Dallas, TX., vol. 4, pp. 597-604.

1995

Jewett, D.G., Logan, B.E., Arnold, R.G. and Bales, R.C. 1995. Bacterial transport through variably saturated quartz sand columns. Proc. Geol. Soc. America, 108th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, p. A103.

Martin, T.A., Y. Sun, O. Albinger, B.E. Logan, K.L. Ogden, J.C. Baygents, R.G. Arnold. 1995. Factors affecting bacterial transport through aquifer material for the bioremediation of hazardous wastes. Proc. 1995 Pacific Basin Conference on Hazardous Waste, May 7-12, 1995, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Johnson, W.P., M.J. Martin, M.J. Gross, and B.E. Logan. 1995. Facilitation of bacterial transport through porous media by changes in solution and surface properties. Proc. 209th ACS National Meeting, April 2-7, Anaheim, CA, ACS, pp. 513-516.

Logan, B.E. 1995. The headspace biochemical oxygen demand (HBOD) test: a new approach for measuring BOD. Proc. Seventeenth Annual EPA Conference on Analysis of Pollutants in the Environment, May 3-5, 1994, Norfolk, VA. U.S. EPA Office of Water, Washington D.C., 821-R-95-008.

1994

Logan, B.E. 1994. Computer aided design of trickling filters. In: Proc. ASCE National Conf. Environ. Eng., Boulder, CO, July 11-13, J.N. Ryan and M. Edwards eds. pp. 678-685.

Logan, B.E. 1994. Aggregate formation in different fluid mechanical environments analyzed using fractal geometry. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 75(3):35.

Li, X. and B.E. Logan. 1994. Profiles of particle size distributions and fractal dimensions in Monterey Bay, California. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 75(3):46.

1992

Jewett, D.G., B.E. Logan, R.G. Arnold, and R.C. Bales. 1992. Error analysis of collision efficiency and quantification of column study results. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 73(43):166.

Logan, B.E. 1992. The HBOD test: a new method for determining biochemical oxygen demand. Proc. 65th Annual Conference of the Water Environment Federation, September 20-24, New Orleans, LA, Vol. 1, p. 379-388.

1990

Alleman, B.C., B.E. Logan, R.L. Gilbertson, and G.L. Amy. Degradation of pentachlorophenol by selected species of white rot fungi. Abstracts of the 63rd Annual Conference of the Water Pollution Control Federation, October 7-11, Washington D.C, p. 30.

Logan, B.E., D.S. Parker, and R.G. Arnold. 1990. O2 limitations in CH4- and NH4-Utilizing Biofilms. Proceedings of the 1990 ASCE Conference in Environmental Engineering, April 8-11, Washington D.C., pp. 31-38.

Logan, B.E. and D.B. Wilkinson. Increased microbial uptake with fluid motion. EOS. 71(2):187.

Wilkinson, D.B. and B.E. Logan. Fractal nature of marine snow and other biological aggregates. EOS. 71(2):185.

1989

Logan, B.E., R.G. Arnold, and J.A. Steele. Computer simulation of DDT distribution in Palos Verdes shelf sediments. In: Contaminated Marine Sediments- assessment and remediation, National Research Council, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, Marine Board Report No. 89-782. National Academy Press, Washington, DC. pp. 178-198.

1988

Logan, B.E. Factors affecting uptake kinetics of microorganisms in permeable aggregates. 34th Annual Report on Research, Petroleum Research Fund, American Chemical Society.

Logan, B.E. and A.L. Alldredge. The potential for increased nutrient uptake by flocculating diatoms. EOS. 69(44):1093.

Logan, B.E. Factors affecting uptake kinetics of microorganisms in permeable aggregates. 33rd Annual Report on Research, Petroleum Research Fund, American Chemical Society. p. 422.

1987

Arnold, R.G. and B.E. Logan. Computer simulation of Palos Verdes sediment profiles. Report to Los Angeles Co. Sanitation Districts. December, 1987. 30p.
Logan, B.E. Advective flow through permeable aggregates. EOS. 68(50):1723.

1986

Logan, B.E., J.R. Hunt, and S.W. Hermanowicz. Mass transfer models for microorganisms in aggregates and biofilms. SEERHL Rep. No. 86-7, Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Health Research Laboratory, College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA. 305 pp.

Logan, B.E. Mass transfer models for microorganisms in aggregates and biofilms. Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, California.

1981

Logan, B.E. and C. Kleinstreuer. A dynamic computer simulation model for impact assessment of fish impingement. In: Issues Associated with Impact Assessment. L. D. Jensen, Editor, E. A. Communications, MD.

1980

Logan, B.E. Theoretical analysis of fish population dynamics and computer simulation of impingement mortalities at freshwater lakes. M.S. Thesis, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York.

Logan, B.E. and M. T. Masnik. Impingement dynamics and age and growth of selected species at Lake Dardanelle, a Southcentral Reservoir, NUREG 0601, U.S. Nuclear Reg. Comm., Washington, D.C.

 

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