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Dr. Gill Geesey

Present Position:
Professor of Microbiology, Montana State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT 59717
Chief Scientific Officer, Specialty Biopolymers Corporation, Bozeman, MT 59715

Education:
> University of California, San Diego, CA
Degree: B.A. in Biology, 1970,
> Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
Degree: M.S. in Microbiology, 1973, Ph.D. in Microbiology, 1975

     
Research and Professional Experience :: Professional Activities :: Honorary Awards :: Publications

Research and Professional Experience:

  • Department of Microbiology, California State University, Long Beach, CA 90840
    Assistant Professor of Microbiology, 1978 1984
    Associate Professor of Microbiology, 1984 1989
    Professor of Microbiology, 1989 1991
  • Department of Microbiology, Montana State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT 59717
    Associate Professor of Microbiology, 1991-1993
    Professor of Microbiology, 1993-present
  • Biotechnology Division, Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID 83415
    INEEL Fellow, September 2001-August 2003
  • Specialty Biopolymers Corporation, Bozeman, MT 59715
    Chief Scientific Officer, September 2003-present

Professional Activities:

  • Editorial Board Member of Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2000-present
  • Editorial Board Member of Journal of Microbiological Methods. June 1984 – Dec 2001
  • Editorial Board Member of Biofouling Journal. January 1987 June 1993
  • North American Regional Editor of Biofouling Journal. July 1993-Aug 1996
  • Member of Board of Directors of the Southern California Ocean Studies Consortium. 1978 1982, 1987 1991
  • Co-organized Annual Workshop Series in Biological Fouling of Industrial Water Systems. California State University, Long Beach. 1984 1988
  • Associated Western Universities Faculty Research Development Award to conduct research at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, Biotechnology Divi¬sion. June 1985, June 1986, June 1987, June-July 1993
  • Visiting Scientist to Hasanuddin University, Ujung Pandang, Indonesia, August 5 25, 1989
  • Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, American Water Works Association Research Foundation, 1993-1999
  • Member of the Research Advisory Board, National Water Research Institute, 1993-present
  • Founder and Director, Blue Water Task Force, Mountain Chapter of Surfrider Foundation, 1999-present
  • Co-organizer of Natural and Accelerated Bioremediation Research Program Workshop on Metal-Microbe Interactions, October, 2000, Warrenton, PA

Honorary Awards:

William Evans Visiting Scientist, Dunedin, New Zealand, November 1985 January 1986.
Fellow American Academy of Microbiology, July 1995-present.

Research Awards:

3M Corporation Research Award, June 1993.
American Society for Microbiology, Proctor & Gamble Award in Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2001.

Patents:

Patent Number 5,686,299, issued Nov. 11, 1997, Method and apparatus for determining nutrient stimulation of biological processes. (Co-inventor with F. Colwell and R. Gillis)

Publications (167 total)

Journal Articles

1. Geesey, G.G. and R.Y. Morita. 1975. Some physiological effects of near maximum growth temperatures on an obligately psychrophilic marine bacterium. Can. J. Microbiol. 21:811 818.

2. Geesey, G.G., W.T. Richardson, H.G. Yeomans, R.T. Irvin, and J.W. Costerton. 1977. Microscopic examination of natural sessile bacterial populations in an alpine stream. Can. J. Microbiol. 23:1733 1736.

3. Geesey, G.G., R. Mutch, J.W. Costerton, and R.B. Green. 1978. Sessile bacteria: an important component of the microbial population in small mountain streams. Limnol. Oceanogr. 23:1214 1223.

4. Geesey, G.G. and J. W. Costerton. 1979. Microbiology of a northern river: bacterial distribution and relationship to suspended sediment and organic carbon. Can. J. Microbiol. 25:1058 1062.

5. Geesey, G.G. and R.Y. Morita. 1979. Capture of arginine at low concentrations by a psychrophilic marine bacterium. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 38:1092 1097.

6. Geesey, G.G. and R.Y. Morita. 1981. Relationship of cell envelope stability to substrate capture in a marine psychrophilic bacterium. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 42:533 540.

7. Bray, R., A. Miller, and G.G. Geesey. 1981. The fish connection: a trophic link between planktonic and rocky reef communities? Science 214:204 205.

8. Mittelman, M.W., G.G. Geesey, and R.R. Hite. 1983. Epiflourescence microscopy: A rapid method for enumerating viable and nonviable bacteria in ultrapure water systems. Microcontamination 1:32 37.

9. Salas, S.D. and G.G. Geesey. 1983. Surface attachment of a sediment isolate of Enterobacter cloacae. Microb. Ecol. 9:307 315.

10. Geesey, G.G., L. Borstad, and P.M. Chapman. 1984. Influence of flow related events on the concentration and distribution of metals in the lower Fraser River and a small tributary stream in British Columbia, Canada. Water Res. 18:233 238.

11. Geesey, G.G., G.V. Alexander, R.N. Bray, and A.C. Miller. 1984. Fish fecal pellets are a source of minerals for inshore reef communities. Mar. Ecol. Prog Series. 15:19 25.

12. Mittelman, M.W. and G.G. Geesey. 1985. Copper binding characteristics of exopolymers from a freshwater sediment bacterium. Appl Environ. Microbiol. 49;846 851.

13. Mittelman, M.W., G.G. Geesey, and R.M. Platt. 1985. Rapid enumeration of bacteria in purified water systems. Med. Device Deionized Water 2;144 149.

14. Platt, R.M., G.G. Geesey, J.D. Davis, and D.C. White. 1985. Isolation and partial chemical analysis of firmly bound exopolysaccharide from adherent cells of a freshwater sediment bacterium. Can. J. Microbiol. 31;675 680.

15. Geesey, G.G., M.W. Mittelman, T. Iwaoka, and P.R. Griffiths. 1986. Role of bacterial exopolymers in the deterioration of metallic copper surfaces. Materials Performance 25; 37 40.

16. Nivens, D.E., P.D. Nichols, J.M. Henson, G.G. Geesey, and D.C. White. 1986. Reversible acceleration of the corrosion of AISI 304 stainless steel exposed to seawater induced by growth and secretions of the marine bacterium Vibrio natriegens. Corrosion 42:204 210.

17. Iwaoka, T., P.R. Griffiths, J.T. Kitasako, and G.G. Geesey. 1986. Copper coated cylindrical internal reflection elements for investigating interfacial phenomena. Appl. Spectros. 40:1062 1065.

18. Geesey, G.G., M.W. Mittelman, and V.T. Lieu. 1987. Evaluation of slime producing bacteria in oil field core flood experiments. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 53;278 283.

19. Geesey, G.G., T. Iwaoka, and P.R. Griffiths. 1987 Characterization of interfacial phenomena occurring during exposure of a thin copper film to an aqueous suspension of an acidic polysaccharide. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 120:370 376.

20. Jacq, E., G.G. Geesey, and D. Prieur. 1987. Etude preliminaire des communautes bacteriennes d'un site hydrothermal cotier (White Point, CA, USA). Vie et Milieu 37:59 66.

21. Jolley, J.G., G.G. Geesey, M.R. Hankins, R.B. Wright, and P.L. Wichlacz. 1988. Auger electron spectroscopy and x ray photoelectron spectroscopy of the biocorrosion of copper by gum arabic, BCS and Pseudomonas atlantica exopolymer. J. Surface Interface Anal. 11:371 376.

22. Costerton, J.W., G.G. Geesey, and P.A. Jones. 1988. Bacterial biofilms in relation to internal corrosion monitoring and biocide strategies. Materials Performance 27(4):49 53.

23. Geesey, G.G., L. Jang, J.G. Jolley, M.R. Hankins, T. Iwaoka, and P.R. Griffiths. 1988. Binding of metal ions by extracellular polymers of biofilm bacteria. Water Sci. Tech. 11/12:161 165.

24. Jang, L.K., N. Harpt, T. Ugen, and G.G. Geesey. 1989. An iterative procedure based on Donnan equilibrium for calculating the polymer subphase volume of alginic acid. J. Polymer Sci. (Part 2) 27(6);1301 1315.

25. Jacq, E., D. Prieur, P. Nichols, D.C. White, T. Porter, and G.G. Geesey. 1989. Microscopic examination and fatty acid characterization of filamentous bacteria colonizing substrata around subtidal hydrothermal vents. Arch. Microbiol. 152:64 71.

26. Jang, L.K., E. Quintero, G. Gordon, M. Rohricht, and G.G. Geesey. 1989. The osmotic coefficients of the sodium form of some polymers of biological origin. Biopolymers 28:1485 1489.

27. Quintero, E., K. Ishida, G. Gordon, and G.G. Geesey. 1989. Comparison of reduction methods for gas chromatography/mass spectrometry identification and quantitation of uronic acids in acidic polysaccharides. J. Microbiol. Methods 9:309 322.

28. Jolley, J.G., G.G. Geesey, M.R. Hankins, R.B. Wright, and P.L. Wichlacz. 1989. In situ, real time FT IR/CIR/ATR study of the biocorrosion of copper by gum arabic, alginic acid, bacterial culture supernatant and Pseudomonas atlantica exopolymer. Appl. Spectrosc. 43:1062 1067.

29. Jolley, J.G., G.G. Geesey, M.R. Hankins, R.B. Wright, and P.L. Wichlacz. 1989. Auger electron and x ray photoelectron spectroscopic study of the biocorrosion of copper by alginic acid polysaccharide. Appl. Surface Sci. 37:469 480.

30. Jang, L.K., N. Harpt, D. Grasmick, L.N. Vuong, and G.G. Geesey. 1990. A two phase model for determining the stability constants for interactions between copper and alginic acid. J. Phys. Chem. 94:482 488.

31. Smith, J.J., E.J. Quintero, G.G. Geesey. 1990. A sensi¬tive chromatographic method for the detection of pyru¬vyl groups in microbial polymers from sediments. Mi¬crob. Ecol. 19:137 147.

32. Jang, L.K., G.G. Geesey, S.L. Lopez, S.L. Eastman, P.L. Wichlacz. 1990. Use of a gel forming biopolymer direct¬ly dispensed into a loop fluidized bed reactor to recover dissolved copper. Wat. Res. 24:889 897.

33. Geesey, G.G. and P.J. Bremer. 1990. Applications of Fourier transform infrared spectrometry to studies of copper corrosion under bacterial biofilms. Mar. Technol. Soc. J. 24(3):36 43.

34. Jang. L.K., W. Brand, M. Resong, W. Maineri, G.G. Geesey. 1990. Feasibility of using alginate to absorb dissolved copper from aqueous media. Environ. Prog. 9:269 274.

35. Jang, L.K., G.G. Geesey, S.L. Lopez, S.L. Eastman, P.L. Wichlacz. 1990. Sorption equilibrium of copper by partially coagulated calcium alginate gel. Chem. Eng. Comm. 94:63 77.

36. Bremer, P. and G.G. Geesey. 1991. Laboratory based model of microbially induced corrosion of copper. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 57:1956 1962.

37. Bremer, P.J. and G.G. Geesey. 1991. An evaluation of biofilm development utilizing non destructive attenuat¬ed total reflectance Fourier transform infrared spec¬troscopy. Biofouling 3:89 100.

38. Bremer, P.J., G.G. Geesey, B. Drake, J.G. Jolley, M.R. Hankins. 1991. Characterization of a thin copper film to investigate microbial biofilm formation. Surface and Interface Anal. 17:767 772.

39. Beech. I.B., C.C. Gaylarde, J.J. Smith, G.G. Geesey. 1991. Extracellular polysaccharides from Desulfovibrio desulfuricans and Pseudomonas fluorescens in the presence of mild and stainless steel. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 35:65 71.

40. Bremer, P.J., G.G. Geesey, B. Drake. 1992. Atomic force microscopy examination of the topography of a hydrated bacterial biofilm on a copper surface. Curr. Microbiol. 24:223 230.

41. Geesey, G.G., P.J. Bremer, J.J. Smith, M.Muegge, L. K. Jang. 1992. Two phase model for describing the interac¬tions between copper ions and exopolymers from Alteromonas atlantica. Can. J. Microbiol. 38:785 793.

42. Godbole, M.J., A.J. Pedraza, L.F. Allard, G. Geesey. 1992. Characterization of sputter deposited 316L stain¬less steel films. J. Materials Sci. 27:5585 5590.

43. Geesey, G.G., M.W. Stupy, P.J. Bremer. 1992. The dy¬namics of biofilms. Internat. Biodeter. Biodegrad. 30:135 154.

44. Pedraza, A.J., M.J. Godbole, P.J. Bremer, R. Avci, B. Drake and G.G. Geesey. 1993. Stability in aqueous media of 316L stainless steel films deposited on internal reflection elements. Appl. Spectrosc. 47:161-166.

45. Davies, D.G., A.M. Chakrabarty and G.G. Geesey. 1993. Exopolysaccharide production in biofilms: substratum activation of alginate gene expression by Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 59:1181-1186.

46. Godbole, M.J., A.J. Pedraza, J.W. Park and G. Geesey. 1993. The crystal structure of stainless steel films sputter-deposited on austenitic stainless steel substrates. Scripta Metallurgica et Materialia 28:1201-1206.

47. Suci, P.A., M.W. Mittelman, F.P. Yu and G.G. Geesey. 1994. Investigation of ciprofloxacin penetration into Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 38:2125-2133.

48. Davies, D.G. and G.G. Geesey. 1995. Regulation of the alginate biosynthetic gene algC in Pseudomonas aeruginosa during biofilm development in continuous culture. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 61(3):860-867.

49. Suci, P.A. and G.G. Geesey. 1995. Investigation of alginate binding to mussel adhesive protein, polylysine and bovine serum albumin adsorbed to germanium substrata using attenuated total reflection infrared spectrometry. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 172:347-357.

50. Jang, L.K., D. Nguyen and G.G. Geesey. 1995. Selectivity of alginate gel for Cu vs. Co. Water Res. 29(1):307-313.

51. Jang, L.K., D. Nguyen and G.G. Geesey. 1995. Effect of pH on the absorption of Cu(II) by alginate gel. Water Res. 29(1):315-321.

52. Caesar-TonThat, T.-C., F. van Ommen Kloeke, G.G. Geesey and J.M. Henson. 1995. Melanin production by a filamentous soil fungus in response to copper and localization of copper sulfide by sulfide-silver staining. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 61:1968-1975.

53. Jang, L.K., D.V. Nguyen, K. Kolostyak and G.G. Geesey. 1995. Addition of copper-sequestering agents to alginate gel to enhance copper recovery from aqueous media. Water Res. 29:2525-2529.

54. Suci, P.A., B. Frolund, E.J. Quintero, R.M. Weiner and G.G. Geesey. 1995. Adhesive extracellular polymers of Hyphomonas MHS-3: interaction of polysaccharides and proteins. Biofouling 9(2):95-114.

55. Baty, A.M., P.A. Suci, B.J. Tyler and G.G. Geesey. 1996. Investigation of mussel adhesive protein adsorption on polystyrene and poly(octadecyl methacrylate) using angle dependent XPS, ATR-FTIR and AFM. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 177:307-315.

56. Geesey, G.G., R.J. Gillis, R. Avci, D. Daly, M. Hamilton, P. Shope, and G. Harkin. 1996. Influence of surface features on bacterial colonization and subsequent substratum chemical changes on 316L stainless steel. Corr. Sci. 38(1):73-95.

57. Pendyala, J., R. Avci, G.G. Geesey, P. Stoodley, M. Hamilton, and G. Harkin. 1996. Chemical effects of biofilm colonization on 304 stainless steel. J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 14(3):1755-1760.

58. Frolund, B., P.A. Suci, S. Langille, R.M. Weiner and G.G. Geesey. 1996. Influence of protein conditioning films on binding of a bacterial polysaccharide adhesin from Hyphomonas MHS-3. Biofouling 10:17-30.

59. Baty, A.M., B. Frolund, G.G. Geesey, S. Langille, E.J. Quintero, P.A. Suci and R.M. Weiner. 1996. Adhesion of biofilms to inert surfaces: A molecular level approach directed at the marine environment. Biofouling 10:111-121.

60. Abrahamson, M., Z. Lewandowski, G. Geesey, G. Skjak-Braek, W. Strand, B.E. Christensen.1996. Development of an artificial biofilm to study the effects of a single microcolony on mass transport. J. Microbiol. Meth. 26:161-169.

61. Bremer, P.J. and G.G. Geesey. 1997. Determination of the feasibility of using attenuated total reflectance Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy to evaluate thermal aging of enamel-coated magnet wire. J. Mater. Res. 32:141-146.

62. Baty, A.M., P.K. Leavitt, C.A. Siedlecki, B.J. Tyler, P.A. Suci, R.E. Marchant and G.G. Geesey. 1997. Adsorption of adhesive proteins from the marine mussel, Mytilus edulis, on polymer films in the hydrated state using angle dependent XPS and AFM. Langmuir 13:5702-5710.

63 Suci, P.A., K.J. Siedlecki, R.J. Palmer, Jr., D.C. White and G.G. Geesey. 1997. Combined light microscopy and attenuated total reflection Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy for integration of biofilm structure, distribution and chemistry. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 63:4600-4603.

64. Geesey, G., H.-J. Zhang, P. Suci, D. Davidson, A. Baty, and F. van Ommen Kloeke. 1998. Observations and interpretations of the performance of engineered materials for containment of spent nuclear fuels during interim storage: a need for improved corrosion monitoring capabilities? Adv. Environ. Res. 2:1-11.

65. Suci, P.A. and G. G. Geesey. 1998. Molecular level approach to microbial adhesion to inert surfaces. Recent Research Results in Microbiol. 2:107-113.

66. Guezennec, J., O.Ortega-Morales and G. Geesey. 1998. Bacterial colonization of artificial substrata in the vicinity of deep-sea hydrothermal vents. FEMS Microb. Ecol. 26:89-99.

67. Bhosle, N., P.A. Suci, A.M. Baty, R.M. Weiner, and G.G. Geesey. 1998. Influence of divalent cations and pH on adsorption of a bacterial polysaccharide adhesin. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 205:89-96.

68. Tide, C., S.R. Harkin, G.G. Geesey, P.J. Bremer, and W. Scholz. 1999. The influence of welding procedures on bacterial colonization of stainless steel weldments. J. Food Engineer. 42:85-96.

69. Van Ommen Kloeke, F., A.M. Baty, III, C.C. Eastburn, Z. Diwu, and G.G. Geesey. 1999. A new method for screening bacterial colonies for phosphatase activity. J. Microbiol. Meth. 38:25-31.

70. Zhang, H-J., W.J. Dirk, and G.G. Geesey. 1999. Effect of a bacterial biofilm on the corrosion of galvanically coupled aluminum and stainless steel alloys under conditions simulating wet storage of spent nuclear fuel. Corrosion J. 55:924-936.

71. Van Ommen Kloeke, F. and G.G. Geesey. 1999. Localization and identification of populations of phosphatase-active bacterial cells associated with activated sludge flocs. Microb. Ecol. 38:201-214.

72. Jang, L.K., D. Nguyen and G.G. Geesey. 1999. Selectivity of alginate gel for Cu over Zn when acidic conditions prevail. Wat. Res. 33:2817-2825.

73. Jang, L.K., D. Nguyen and G.G. Geesey. 1999. An equilibrium model for adsorption of multiple divalent metals by alginate gel under acidic conditions. Wat. Res. 33:2826-2832.

74. Baty, A.M., C.C. Eastburn, Z.Diwu, S. Techkanrjanaruk, A.E. Goodman, and G.G. Geesey. 2000. Differentiation of chitinase active and inactive sub-populations of a marine bacterium during chitin degradation. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 66:3566-3573

75. Baty, A.M., C.C. Eastburn, S. Techkarnjanaruk, A.E. Goodman, and G.G. Geesey. 2000. Spatial and temporal variations in chitinolytic gene expression and bacterial biomass production during chitin degradation. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 66:3574-3585

76. Suci, P.A. and G.G. Geesey. 2000. Influence of sodium periodate and tyrosinase on binding of alginate to adlayers of Mytilus edulis foot protein 1. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 230:340-348.

77. Langille, S.E., G.G. Geesey, and R.M. Weiner. 2000. Polysaccharide-specific probes inhibit adhesion of Hyphomonas rosenbergii strain VP-6 to hydrophilic surfaces. J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnnol. 25:81-85.

78. Neal, A.L., S. Techkarnjanaruk, A. Dohnalkova, D. McCready, B.M. Peyton, and G.G. Geesey. 2001. Iron sulfides and sulfur species produced at hematite surfaces in the presence of sulfate-reducing bacteria. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 65:223-235.

79. Suci, P.A. and G.G. Geesey. 2001. Use of attenuated total reflection Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy to investigate interactions between Mytilus edulis foot proteins at a surface. Langmuir 17:2538-2540.

80. Suci, P.A. and G.G. Geesey. 2001. Comparison of adsorption behavior of two Mytilus edulis foot proteins on three surfaces. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 22:159-168.

81. Sani, R.K., G.G. Geesey, and B.M. Peyton. 2001. Assessment of Lead Toxicity to Desulfovibrio desulfuricans G20: Influence of Components of Lactate C medium. Adv. Environ. Res. 5:269-276.

82. Magnuson, T.S., N. Isoyama, A.L. Hodges-Myerson, G. Davidson, M.J. Maroney, G.G. Geesey, and D.R. Lovley. 2001. Isolation, characterization, and gene sequence analysis of a membrane associated 89 kDa Fe(III) reducing cytochrome c from Geobacter sulfurreducens. Biochem. J. 359:147-152.

83. Suci, P.A., G.G. Geesey, B.J. Tyler. 2001. Integration of Raman microscopy, differential interference contrast microscopy, and attenuated total reflection Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy to investigate chlorohexidine spatial and temporal distribution in Candida albicans biofilms. J. Microbiol. Meth. 46:193-208.

84. Neal, A.L., K.M. Rosso, G.G. Geesey, Y.A. Gorby, B.J. Little. 2003. Surface structure effects on direct reduction of iron oxides by Shewanella oneidensis. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 67:4489-4503.

85. Sani, R.K., B.M. Peyton, J.E. Amonette, and G.G. Geesey. 2004. Reduction of uranium (VI) under sulfate-reducing conditions in the presence of Fe(III)-(hydr)oxides. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 68:2639-2648.

86. Campbell, S., G. Geesey, Z. Lewandowski, and G. Jackson. 2004. Influence of the distribution of the manganese oxidizing bacterium Leptothrix discophora on ennoblement of 316L stainless steel. Corrosion 60:670-680

87. Neal, A.L., J.E. Amonette, B.M. Peyton, and G.G. Geesey. 2004. Uranium complexes formed at hematite surfaces colonized by sulfate-reducing bacteria. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38:3019-3027

88. Magnuson, T.S., A.L. Neal, and G. Geesey. 2004. Combining in-situ reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction, microscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy to investigate mineral surface-associated microbial activities. Microb. Ecol. 48:578-588.

89. Haag, A.P., R.M. Maier, J. Combie, and G.G. Geesey. 2004. Bacterially-derived biopolymer as wood adhesives. Int. J. Adhesion Adhesives 24:495-502.

90. Reardon, C.L., D.E. Cummings, L.M. Petzke, B.L. Kinsal, D.B. Watson, B.M. Peyton, and G.G Geesey. 2004. Comparison of attached communities in pristine and uranium-contaminated regions of a Department of Energy subsurface site using molecular analysis of colonized hematite. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70:6037-6046.

91. Gonzalez-Gil, G., J.E. Amonette, M. Romine, Y.A. Gorby and G.G Geesey. 2005. Bioreduction of natural specular hematite under flow conditions. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 69(5):1145-1155.

Books

1. Mittelman, M.W. and G.G. Geesey (ed). 1987. Biological fouling of industrial water systems: A problem solving approach. 367p. Water Micro Associates, San Diego.

2. Flemming, H. C. and G.G. Geesey (ed). 1991. Biofouling and biocorrosion in industrial water systems. 220p. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.

3. Geesey, G.G., Z. Lewandowski and H.-C. Flemming (ed). 1994. Biofouling and Biocorrosion in Industrial Water Systems, Lewis Publishers, Inc., Chelsea, Michigan, 297p.

4. Burlage, R.S., R. Atlas, D. Stahl, G. Geesey and G. Sayler (ed). 1998. Techniques in Microbial Ecology, Oxford University Press, New York, NY, 432pp.


Book Chapters

1. Morita, R.Y., G.G. Geesey, and T.D. Goodrich. 1974. Potential microbial contribution to the carbon dioxide cycle in the sea. pp. 387-391, In: R.R. Colwell and R.Y. Morita (eds.), Effects of the ocean environment on microbial activities. University Park Press. Baltimore, Maryland.

2. Costerton, J.W. and G.G. Geesey. 1979. Which populations should we enumerate? pp. 7 18, In R.R. Colwell and J.W. Costerton (eds.) Native aquatic bacteria: enumeration, activity, and ecology. ASTM Press. Philadelphia.

3. Geesey, G.G. and J.W. Costerton. 1979. Biomass determination in a silt laden river: Comparison of direct count epiflourescence microscopy and extractable ATP techniques. pp. 117 127, In R.R. Colwell and J.W. Costerton (eds.) Native aquatic bacteria: enumeration, activity, and ecology. ASTM Press. Philadelphia.

4. Ladd, T.I., J.W. Costerton, and G.G. Geesey. 1979. Determination of the heterotrophic activity of epilithic bacterial populations. pp. 180 195, In R.R. Colwell and J.W. Costerton (eds.) Native aquatic bacteria: enumeration, activity, and ecology. ASTM press, Philadelphia.

5. Costerton, J.W. and G.G. Geesey. 1979. Microbial contamination of surfaces. In: K.L. Mittal (ed.), Surface Contamination. Plenum Press. New York, NY, pp. 211 221.

6. Geesey, G.G. and J.W. Costerton. 1981. Application of epifluorescence microscopy to the enumeration of aquatic bacteria concentrated on membrane filters. pp. 253 264, In: B.J. Dutka (ed.) Membrance filtration: applications, techniques, and problems. Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, NY.

7. Geesey, G.G. and L. Jang. 1989. Interactions between metal ions and capsular polymers. pp. 325 357, In T. Beveridge and R.J. Doyle (ed.) Bacterial interactions with metallic ions. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY.

8. Geesey, G.G. 1987. Survival of microorganisms in low nutrient waters. pp. 1 23, In M.W. Mittelman and G.G. Geesey (ed) Biological fouling of industrial water systems: A problem solving approach. Water Micro Asso¬ciates, San Diego, CA.

9. Geesey, G.G. and L. Jang. 1990. Extracellular polymers for metal binding. pp. 223 249, In C. Brierley and H. Ehrlich (ed.) Microbial mineral recovery. McGraw Hill, New York, NY.

10. Geesey, G.G. and P.J. Bremer. 1990. Evaluation of biofilm microorganisms in copper corrosion. pp. 1 19 to 1 24, In N.J. Dowling, M.W. Mittelman and J.C. Danko (eds.), Microbially influenced corrosion and biodete¬rioration. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

11. Beech, I., C. Gaylarde, J. Smith, and G.Geesey. 1990. Polysaccharides in biofilms and in free EPS of D. desulfuricans in the presence of mild and stainless steel and their role in corrosion. pp. 2 53 to 2 58, In N.J. Dowling, M.W. Mittelman and J.C. Danko (eds.), Microbially influenced corrosion and biodeterioration. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

12. Bremer, P.J. and G. Geesey. 1990. Nondestructive, real time studies on the interaction of bacterial biofilms on submerged copper surfaces. pp. 8 37 to 8 38. In N.J. Dowling, M.W. Mittelman and J.C. Danko (eds.), Microbially influenced corrosion and biodete¬rioration. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

13. Geesey, G. 1991. What is biocorrosion?, pp. 155 164, In H. C. Flemming and G.G. Geesey (ed), Biofouling and biocorrosion in industrial water systems, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.

14. Geesey, G.G. 1993. Microbiology, pp.190-232, In M.D. Dailey, D.J. Reish and J.W. Anderson (eds.) Ecology of the Southern California Bight, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

15. Bremer, P.J. and G.G. Geesey. 1993. Interactions of bacteria with metals in the aquatic environment. pp. 41-63, In S.S. Rao (ed.), Particulate Matter and Aquatic Environments, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL.

16 Geesey, G.G. 1993. Biofilm formation, pp. 1-11 to 1-16, In G. Kobrin (ed), A Practical Manual On MIC, NACE Publications, Houston, TX

17. Geesey, G.G., P.J. Bremer, W.R. Fischer, D. Wagner, C.W. Keevil, J. Walker, A.H.L. Chamberlain and P. Angell. 1994. Unusual types of pitting corrosion of copper tubes in potable water systems, pp. 243-263, In G.G. Geesey, Z. Lewandowski and H.-C. Flemming (ed.) Biofouling/Biocorrosion in Industrial Water Systems, Lewis Publishers, Inc., Chelsea, Michigan.

18. Geesey, G.G. 1994. Introduction: Biofouling/biocorrosion in industrial water systems. In G.G. Geesey, Z. Lewandowski and H.-C. Flemming (ed.) Biofouling/Biocorrosion in Industrial Water Systems, Lewis Publishers, Inc., Chelsea, Michigan.

19. Goodman, A.E. and G.G. Geesey. 2000. Gene expression of cells attached to surfaces. pp. 71-80, In: L.V. Evans (ed), Biofilms: Recent Advances in their Study and Control, Harwood Academic Publishers, Chur, Switzerland.

20. Geesey, G.G. and P.A. Suci. 2000. Monitoring biofilms by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. pp. 253-277, In: L.V. Evans (ed), Biofilms: Recent Advances in their Study and Control, Harwood Academic Publishers, Chur, Switzerland.

21. Geesey, G.G. and J.D. Bryers. 2000. Biofouling of engineered materials and systems. pp. 237-279, In: J.D. Bryers (ed), Biofilms II: Process Analysis and Applications. Wiley-Liss, Inc. New York.

22. Geesey, G.G., I. Beech, P.J. Bremer, B.J. Webster, and D.B. Wells. 2000. Biocorrosion. pp.281-325, In: J.D. Bryers (ed), Biofilms II: Process Analysis and Applications. Wiley-Liss, Inc. New York.

23. Baty, A.M., Z. Diwu, G. Dunham, C.C. Eastburn, G.G. Geesey, A.E. Goodman, P.A. Suci, and S. Techkarnjanaruk. 2001. Characterization of extracellular chitinolytic activity in biofilms. In: R. Doyle (ed), Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 336, pp.279-301, Academic Press, NY.

24. Combie, J., Haag, A., Suci, P., Geesey, G. 2004. Adhesive produced by microorganisms. pp. 53-62, In W.M. Nelson (ed), Agricultural Applications of Green Chemistry, ACS Symposium Series 887, Am. Chem. Soc., Washington, D.C.

25. Geesey, G.G. and F. Van Ommen Kloeke. 2005. Extracellular enzymes associated with microbial flocs from activated sludge of wastewater treatment systems. pp. 295-316, In I.G. Droppo, G.G. Leppard, T.M. Milligan, and S.N. Liss (eds) Flocculation in Natural and Engineered Environmental Processes. CRC Press

Review Articles

1. Reish, D.J., G.G. Geesey, T.J. Kauwling, F.G. Wiles, A.J. Mearns, P.S. Oshida, and S.S. Rossi. 1980. Marine and estuarine pollution. J. Water Poll. Contr. Fed. 52:1534 1574.

2. Reish, D.J., G.G. Geesey, T.J. Kauwling, F.G. Wilkes, A.J. Mearns, P.S. Oshida, and S.S. Rossi. 1981. Marine and estuarine pollution. J. Water Poll. Contr. Fed. 53:925 949.

3. Reish, D.J., G.G. Geesey, F.G. Wilkes, P.S. Oshida, A.J. Mearns, S.S. Rossi and T.C. Ginn. 1982. Marine and estuarine pollution. J. Water Poll. Contr. Fed. 54:786 812.

4. Reish, D.J., G.G. Geesey, F.G. Wilkes, P.S. Oshida, A.J. Mearns, S.S. Rossi and T.C. Ginn. 1983. Marine and estuarine pollution. J. Water Poll. Contr. Fed. 55:767 787.

5. Costerton, J.W., K. J. Cheng, G.G. Geesey, T.I. Ladd, J.C. Nickel, M. Dasgupta, T.J. Marrie. 1987. Bacterial biofilms in nature and disease. Ann. Rev. Microbiol. 41:435 464.

6. Geesey, G.G. and D.C. White. 1990. Physicochemical determination of bacterial growth and activity at solid liquid interfaces. Ann. Rev. Microbiol. 44:579 602.

7. Geesey, G. and G.A. Cragnolino. 1993. A review of the potential for microbially influenced corrosion of high-level nuclear waste containers in an unsaturated repository site. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Contract NRC-02-88-005.

8. Geesey, G.G., B. Wigglesworth-Cooksey and K.E. Cooksey. 2000. Influence of calcium and other cations on surface adhesion of bacteria and diatoms: A review. Biofouling 15:195-205.

9. Geesey, G.G. 2001. Bacterial behavior at surfaces. Curr. Opin. Microbiol. 4(3):296-301

10. Geesey, G.G., A.L. Neal, P.A. Suci, B.M. Peyton. 2002. A review of spectroscopic methods for characterizing microbial transformations of minerals. J. Microbiol. Meth. 51:125-139.

Symposium Proceedings

1. Geesey, G.G. 1979. Bioassays as a means of estimating the impact of pollution in freshwater and marine environments. In Memorias del ler. Symposium sobre biologia marina. Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Sur. pp. 57 65.

2. Cretney, W.J., R.W. MacDonald, C.S. Wong, D.R. Green, B. Whitehouse, and G.G. Geesey. 1981. Biodegradation of a chemically dispersed crude oil. In Proceedings of the 1981 Oil Spill Conference. Atlanta, GA. pp. 37 43.

3. Bray, R., A. Miller, and G. Geesey. 1984. The significance of planktivorous fishes as importers of nutrients into reef communities. In Memorias del 3rd Symposium sobre biologia marina. Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Sur. pp. 113 132.

4. Geesey, G.G., M.W. Mittelman, and R. Islander. 1985. Bacterial accumulation in reservoir. pp. 330 335. In J. Zajic and E. Donaldson (eds.) International Bioresources Journal. Vol. 1. Bioresources Publishers. El Paso. TX.

5. White, D.C., D.E. Nivens, P.D. Nichols, B.D. Kerger, J.M. Henson, G.G. Geesey, C.K. Clarke. 1985. The role of extracellular polymers in microbial adhesion and corrosion. pp. 73 86. In Proceedings of the Argentina U.S.A. Workshop on Biodeterioration. La Plata, Argentina. July 1985.

6. Geesey, G.G., S.D. Salas, and M.W. Mittelman. 1986. Effects of environmental conditions on the sessile existence of an estuarine sediment bacterium. pp. 243 247. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Colloquium of Marine Bacteriology. Brest, France. October, 1984.

7. White, D.C., D.E. Nivens, P.D. Nichols, B.D. Kerger, J.M. Henson, G.G. Geesey, C.K. Clarke. 1986. Role of aerobic bacteria and their extracellular polymers in the facilitation of corrosion: Use of FTIR spectroscopy and "signature" phospholipid fatty acid analyses. pp. 233 243. In S.C. Dexter (ed.) Biologically induced corrosion. Proceedings of the International Conference on Biologically Induced Corrosion. June 1985. Gaithersburg, MD.

8. Costerton, J.W. and G.G. Geesey. 1986. The microbial ecology of surface colonization and of consequent corrosion. pp. 223 232. In S.C. Dexter (ed.) Biologically induced corrosion. Proceedings of the International Conference on Biologically Induced Corrosion. June 1985 Gaithersburg, MD.

9. Geesey, G.G. and J.W. Costerton. The microphysiology of consortia within adherent bacterial populations. pp. 238 242, In Pro¬ceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Microbi¬al Ecology, Aug. 1986, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia.

10. Costerton, J.W., G.G. Geesey, and P.A. Jones. 1987. Bacterial biofilms in relation to internal corrosion monitoring and biocide strategies. Paper No. 54, NACE Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

11. Geesey, G.G. 1987. High affinity metal binding exopolymers produced by natural populations of sessile freshwater bacteria. pp. 341 343, In Proceedings of the International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment. Vol. 2, Sept. 1987, New Orleans, LA.

12. Geesey, G.G., L. Jang, J.G. Jolley, M.R. Hankins, T. Iwaoka, and P.R. Griffiths. Binding of metal ions by extracellular polymers of biofilm bacteria. p. 26.1 26.5, In Proceedings of the International Conference on Water and Wastewater Microbiology, Feb. 8 11, 1988, Newport Beach, CA

13. Gianotto, A.K., J.G. Jolley, G.G. Geesey, P.L. Wichlacz, M.R. Hankins, and R.B. Wright. 1989. The biocorrosion of copper by biopolymers as examined in situ, in real time FT IR/CIR/ATR in conjunction with pre and post XPS/AES. In Proceedings of the Society of Mining Engineers, Inc., Las Vegas, NV.

14. Geesey, G.G., J.G. Jolley, M.R. Hankins. 1989. Evaluation of occurrence and relative concentration of organic products of biofilm metabolism that accumulate at corroding copper surfaces. Paper no. 190, Corrosion 89, Annual Meeting of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers, New Orleans, LA, NACE Publications, Houston, TX.

15. Bremer, P.J. and G.G. Geesey. 1990. Involvement of biofilm microorganisms in copper corrosion. pp. 74 80, In Copper '90: Refining, Fabrication, Markets. Insti¬tute of Metals, London, England.

16. Geesey, G. and P. Bremer. 1992. Evaluation of corrosive action of biofilms of Pseudomonas paucimobilis on copper. pp. 349 355, In Proceedings of the 1st Pan American Corrosion and Protection Congress, Vol. 1, Mar del Plata, Argentina, October 25 30, 1992

17. Geesey, G. 1992. Analytical techniques to identify microbial particulates in pharmaceutical grade water. In Proceedings of the Fine Particle Society, Vol. 10(1 2):36

18. Bremer, P.J. and G.G. Geesey. 1993. Properties of the exopolymer of a bacterium that causes pitting corrosion of copper. pp. 410 420, In Short Communications of the 1991 International Marine Biotechnology Conference, Vol. 2, W.C. Brown Publishers, Dubuque, Iowa.

19. Suci, P.A., A.J. Pedraza, M.J. Godbole and G.G. Geesey. 1993. Use of sputter deposited 316L stainless steel ultrathin films for microbial influenced corrosion studies. pp. 381-385, In C.G. Interrante and R.T. Pabalan (ed), Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 294. "The Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XVI", Materials Research Society, Pittsburg, PA.

20. Geesey, G.G. and P.J. Bremer. 1993. Interactions of exopolymers of corrosive biofilm microorganisms with copper ions. pp.36-41, In H.A. Videla, D. Lewandowski and R. Lutey (ed), Proceedings of NSF-CONICET Workshop on Biocorrosion and Biofouling: Metal/Microbe Interactions, Buckman Laboratories International Publications, Inc. Memphis, TN

21 Jang, L.K., G.G. Geesey. 1993. Modification of metal binding properties of biopolymers. pp.75-84, In A.E. Torma, M.L. Apel, and C.L. Brierley (ed), Biohydrometallurgical Technologies, Vol. 2, Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, Warrendale, PA.

22. Kalaiyappan, C., J. Wolfram, W.J. Dirks and G. Geesey. 1995. Microbiologically induced corrosion of nuclear power plant materials. pp.32/1-32/14. In Proceedings of the 1995 International Conference on Microbially Influenced Corrosion, New Orleans, National Association of Corrosion Engineers, Houston, TX.

23. Geesey, G.G. and G.A. Cragnolino. 1995. A review of the potential for microbially influenced corrosion of high-level nuclear waste containers in an unsaturated repository site. pp. 76/1-76/20. In Proceedings of the 1995 International Conference on Microbially Influenced Corrosion, New Orleans, National Association of Corrosion Engineers, Houston, TX.

24. Schamberger, P.C., Baty, A.M., III, Frolund, B.,Tyler, B.J., Geesey, G.G., McKeown, P.J., Davis, L.E. 1995. Application of TOF SIMS to the study of biological adhesives. pp.147 152, In Surfaces in Biomaterials Symposium Notebook.

25. Schamberger, P.C., Caccavo, Jr., F., van Ommen Kloeke, F., Geesey, G.G. 1996. Microbial cell fingerprinting development of TOF SIMS for the xtudy of microbial cell surfaces. pp. 91-95, In Surfaces in Biomaterials Symposium Notebook.

26. Geesey, G.G., R.J. Gillis, H.-J. Zhang and P.J. Bremer. 1996. Influence of surface features on microbial colonization and susceptibility to corrosion of stainless steels used in the food processing industry. pp. 1053-1067, In Proceedings of the IIW Asia Pacific Welding Congress, Vol 3, Auckland, New Zealand, Feb 4-9, 1996

27. Weiner, R., S Langille, G. Geesey and E. Quintero. 1997. Function of bacterial (Hyphomonas spp.) capsular exopolysaccharide in biofouling. pp., 373-386, In J. Saxema (ed), Recent Advances in Marine Science and Technology, 96, PACON International, Honolulu, HA.

28. Geesey, G.G., Baty, A., Bremer, P.J. Schamberger, P.C., Henshaw, G.S., Webster, B.J., Wells, D.B. 2002. Chemical characterization of deposits associated with microbiologically influenced copper corrosion in potable water systems. In Proceedings of CORROSION/2002 Research Topical Symposium, Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion. Denver, CO, April 7-12, 2002, NACE International, Houston, TX.

29. Reardon, C.L, Cummings, D., Geesey, G.G. 2002. Comparison of microbial diversity at contaminated and pristine sites at a subsurface aquifer. In Proceedings of the 2nd INRA Symposium on Subsurface Science, Boise, ID, October 13-16, 2002, INRA, Idaho Falls, ID.

Special Articles

1. Costerton, J.W., G.G. Geesey, and K.J. Cheng. 1978. How bacteria stick. Sci. Amer. 238:86 95.

2. Geesey, G.G. 1982. Microbial exopolymers: Ecological and economic considerations. ASM News 48:9 14.

3. Geesey, G.G. 1984. Microbiology of water floods associated with oil production. Southern California ASM News 14:13 14.

4. Geesey, G.G., W.G. Characklis and J.W. Costerton. 1992. Centers, new technologies focus on biofilm heterogenei¬ty. ASM News 58:546 547.

5. Montana State University Research and Creative Activity Report. 1992. The Science of Slime. p21-22.

6. Montana State University President’s Report. 1993. Spotlight: Center for Biofilm Engineering. p26.

7. Schmolker, N., F. Van Ommen Kloeke, G. Geesey. 1999. Use of D-code system to detect the food-borne bacterial pathogen Listeria monocytogenes. BioRad Technical Note 2403, 5p.

8. Geesey, G.G. 2003. Dissimilatory iron-reducing and sulfate-reducing bacteria. INRA Informer 3(7):3

9. Jardine, P.M., D.B. Watson, D.A. Blake, L.P. Beard, S.C. Brooks, J.M. Carley, C.S. Criddle, W.E. Doll, M.W. Fields, S.E. Fendorf, G.G. Geesey, M. Ginder-Vogel, S.S. Hubbard, J.D. Istok, S. Kelly, K.M. Kemner, A.D. Peacock, B.P. Spalding, D.C. White, A. Wolfe, W. Wu, J. Zhou. 2004. Techniques for assessing the performance of in situ bioreduction and immobilization of metals and radionuclides in contaminated subsurface environments. http://www.cistems.fsu.edu/PDF/jardine.pdf


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