Journal Articles

  1. Gold, M., Fowles, T., Fernandez-Bay, J.D., Miner, L.P., Zurbrügg, C.,Bischel, H.N., Mathys, A. Effects of rearing system and microbial inoculation on black soldier fly larvae growth and microbiota when reared on agri-food by-products. Journal of Insects as Food and Feed. (In press.)
  2. Harris-Lovett, S., Nelson, K.L., Beamer, P., Bischel, H.N., Bivins, A., Bruder, A., Butler, C., Camenisch, T.D., De Long, S.K., Karthikeyan, S., Larsen, D.A., Meierdiercks K., Mouser P.J., Pagsuyoin S., Prasek S.M., Radniecki T.S., Ram J.L., Roper D.K., Safford H., Sherchan S.P., Shuster W., Stalder T., Wheeler R.T., Korfmacher K.S. 2021. Wastewater surveillance for SARS-CoV-2 on college campuses: Initial efforts, lessons learned and research needs. International journal of environmental research and public health18(9), p.4455.
  3. Li, W.; Hu, Y; Bischel, H.N.In-vitro and In-silico assessment of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) binding to Human Serum Albumin. Toxics 2021, 9, 63.
  4. Peguero, D.A., Mutsakatira, E.T., Buckley, C.A., Foutch, G.L., Bischel, H.N.2021. Evaluating the microbial safety of heat-treated fecal sludge for black soldier fly larvae production in South Africa. Environmental Engineering Science. 38(5).
  5. Hazard, J.M.Bischel, H.N., Leverenz, H.L., 2020. Performance characterization of a steam distillation process for ammonium recovery from urine. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment, 6(1):04019010.
  6. Safford, H.R.and Bischel, H.N., 2019. Flow cytometry applications in water treatment, distribution, and reuse: A review. Water research, 151, pp. 110-133.
  7. Rockey, N., Bischel, H.N., Kohn, T., Pecson, B. and Wigginton, K.R., 2019. The utility of flow cytometry for potable reuse. Current opinion in biotechnology57, pp.42-49.
  8. Pitol, A.K., Bischel, H.N., Boehm, A.B., Kohn, T., Julian, T.R., 2018. Transfer of enteric viruses adenovirus and coxsackievirus and bacteriophage MS2 from liquid to human skin. Appl. Environ. Microbiol.84(22), pp.e01809-18.
  9. Pitol, A.K., Bischel, H.N., Boehm, A.B., Kohn, T., Julian, T.R., 2019. Correction for Pitol et al.,“Transfer of enteric viruses adenovirus and coxsackievirus and bacteriophage MS2 from liquid to human skin”. Applied and environmental microbiology85(11), pp.e00721-19.
  10. Bischel, H.N., Caduff, L., Schindelholz, S., Kohn, T., Julian, T.R., 2019. Health risks for sanitation service workers along a container-based urine collection system and resource recovery value chain. Environmental science & technology. 53: 7055-7067.
  11. Pruden, A., Alcalde, R.E., Alvarez, P.J., Ashbolt, N., Bischel, H., Capiro, N.L., Crossette, E., Frigon, D., Grimes, K., Haas, C.N. and Ikuma, K., 2018. An environmental science and engineering framework for combating antimicrobial resistance. Environmental Engineering Science35(10), pp.1005-1011.
  12. Julian, T.R., Bustos, C., Kwong, L.H., Badilla, A.D., Lee, J., Bischel, H.N., Canales, R.A., 2018. Quantifying human-environment interactions using videography in the context of infectious disease transmission. Geospat. Health 13 (631), 195–197.
  13. Pitol, A. K., Bischel, H. N., Kohn, T., Julian, T. R. (2017). Virus Transfer at the Skin-Liquid Interface. Environmental science & technology51(24), 14417.
  14. Bischel, H.N., S. Schindelholtz, M. Schoger, L. Decrey, C. Buckley, K. Udert, T. Kohn, Bacteria inactivation during the drying of struvite fertilizers produced from stored urine. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2016, 50 (23), pp 13013–13023.
  15. Bischel, H.N., B. D. Özel Duygan, L. Strande, C. McArdell, K. M. Udert, T. Kohn. Pathogens and pharmaceuticals in source-separated urine in eThekwini, South Africa. Water Research, 2015, 85, 57-65.
  16. Bischel, H.N., A. Schertenleib, A. Fumasoli, K. Udert, T. Kohn, Inactivation kinetics and mechanisms of bacterial and viral pathogen surrogates during urine nitrification. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. 2015, 1, 65-76.
  17.  Lawrence, J.E., C.P.W. Pavia, S. Kaing, H.N. Bischel, R.G. Luthy, V.H. Resh, Recycled water for augmenting urban streams in mediterranean-climate regions: a potential approach for riparian ecosystem enhancement. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 2014, 59(3-4), 488-501.
  18. Halaburka, B.J., J.E. Lawrence, H.N. Bischel, J. Hsiao, M.H. Plumlee, V.H. Resh, R.G. Luthy, Economic and ecological costs and benefits of streamflow augmentation using recycled water in a coastal environment. Environmental Science & Technology. 2013, 47(19), 10735-10743.
  19. Bischel, H.N., J.E. Lawrence, B.J. Halaburka, M.H. Plumlee, A.S. Bawazir, J.P. King, J.E. McCray, V.H. Resh, R.G. Luthy, Renewing urban streams with recycled water for streamflow augmentation: hydrologic, water quality, and ecosystem services management. Environmental Engineering Science. 2013, 30(8), 455-479.
  20. Bischel, H.N., G. L. Simon, T. M. Frisby, R.G. Luthy, Management experiences and trends for water reuse implementation in Northern California. Environmental Science & Technology. 2012, 46(1), 180-188.
  21. Bischel, H.N., L.A. MacManus-Spencer, C. Zhang, R.G. Luthy, Strong associations of short-chain perfluoroalkyl acids with serum albumin and investigation of binding mechanisms.Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry. 2011,30(11), 2423-2430.
  22. Bischel, H.N.and E.R. Sundstrom, 5-Year evaluation of a course model for student-initiated engineering service learning.International Journal of Service Learning in Engineering. 2011, 6(1), 1-13.
  23. Bischel, H.N., L.A. MacManus-Spencer, R.G. Luthy, Noncovalent interactions of long-chain perfluoroalkyl acids with serum albumin. Environmental Science & Technology. 2010,44(13), 5263-5269.
  24. MacManus-Spencer, L.A, M. Tse, P. C. Hebert, H.N. Bischel, R.G. Luthy. Binding of perfluorocarboxylates to serum albumin: A comparison of analytical methods. Analytical Chemistry. 2010, 82(3), 974-981.


Book Chapters

  1. Nelson, R., H.N. Bischel, B.Thompson, R.G. Luthy. Issues of governance, policy and law in managing urban-rural and groundwater-surface water connections. In: Grafton, R.Q., K.A. Daniell, C. Nauges, J.D. Rinaudo, M.B. Ward, N.W.W. Chan, (eds.) Understanding and managing urban water in transition (GlobalIssues in Water Policy). Springer. 2015. (Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter)
  2. Boehm, A.B. and H.N. Bischel. Oceans and Human Health.In: Nriagu J.O. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Health. Burlington: Elsevier. 2011, Volume 4, 223-230. (Boehm Invited for Contribution)


Conference Papers

  1. Peguero, D., G. Foutch, J. Smay, T.M.C. Sahondo, L.P. Xaba, T.P.A. Hayangah, R.C. Sindall, C.A. Buckley, H. N. BischelMicrobial Evaluation of the Viscous Heater for Commercial Applications in Faecal Sludge Treatment. 41st WEDC International Conference, Egerton University, Nakuru, Kenya, 2018. (peer-reviewed)
  2. Frysinger, G. S., G.J. Hall, A.L. Pourmonir, H.N.Bischel, E.E. Peacock, R.N. Nelson, C.M. Reddy. Tracking and Modeling the Degradation of a 30 Year Old Fuel Oil Spill with Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography. In: International Oil Spill Conference Proceedings (IOSC). American Petroleum Institute. 2011(1), 428.


Data and Data Articles

  1. Safford, H.R.and Bischel, H.N., 2019. Performance comparison of four commercially available cytometers using fluorescent, polystyrene, submicron-scale beads. Data in Brief, p.103872. (peer-reviewed)
  2. Pitol, AK, Bischel, H.N. Kohn, T., Julian, T. 2018. Transfer of bacteriophages between the fingers of volunteers and water or saliva. Zenodo.