Journal articles

116. Kim YN, Robinson BH, Horswell JH, Boyer S, Dickinson NM (2017). Impacts of Endemic Maoridrilus Earthworms (Megascolecidae) in Biosolids-Amended Soil Journal of Environmental Quality 46, 177-184.

115. Franklin HM, Woods RR, Robinson BH, Dickinson NM (2017). Nitrous oxide emissions following dairy shed effluent application beneath Kunzea robusta (Myrtaceae) trees. Ecological Engineering 99,473-478.

114. Reis F, Gutierrez-Gines MJ, Smith CMS, Lehto NJ, Robinson BH (2017). Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) roots forage biosolids in low fertility soil. Environmental and Experimental Botany 133, 151-158.

113. Kim YN, Robinson BH, Lee KH, Boyer S, Dickinson NM (2017). Interactions between earthworm burrowing, growth of a leguminous shrub and nitrogen cycling in a former agricultural soil. Applied Soil Ecology 110, 78-87.

112. Zhong H, Smith C, Robinson BH, Kim YN, Dickinson N (2016). Plant litter variability and soil N mobility. Soil Research

111. Esperschuetz J, Bulman S, Anderson C, Lense O, Horswell J, Dickinson N, Robinson BH (2016). Production of biomass crops using biowastes on low fertility soil – Part I: Influence of biowastes on plant and soil quality. Journal of Environmental Quality 45(6) 1960-1968.

110. Esperschuetz J, Bulman S, Anderson C, Lense O, Horswell J, Dickinson N, Robinson BH (2016). Production of biomass crops using biowastes on low fertility soil – Part II: Effect of biowastes on nitrogen transformation processes. Journal of Environmental Quality 45(6), 1970-1978.

109. Esperschuetz J, Lense O, Anderson C, Bulman S, Horswell J, Dickinson N, Robinson BH (2016). Biowaste mixtures affecting the growth and elemental composition of Italian Ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum). Journal of Environmental Quality 45(3), 1054-1061.

108. Al Mamun S, Chanson G, Muliadi, Benyas E, Aktar M, Lehto N, McDowell R, Cavanagh J, Kellermann L, Clucas L, Robinson BH (2016). Municipal composts reduce the transfer of Cd from soil to vegetables. Environmental Pollution 213, 8-15.

107. Prosser JA, Woods RR, Horswell J, Robinson BH (2016). The potential in-situ antimicrobial activity of Myrtaceae plant species on pathogens in soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 96, 1-3.

106. Bryant RH, Edwards G, Robinson BH (2016). Comparing response of ryegrass-white clover pasture to gibberellic acid and nitrogen fertiliser applied in late winter and spring. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 59(1), 18-31. 

105. Paramashivam D, Clough TJ, Carlton A, Gough C, Dickinson NM, Horswell J, Sherlock RR, Clucas L, Robinson BH (2016). The effect of lignite on nitrogen mobility in a low-fertility soil amended with biosolids and urea. Science of the Total Environment 543(A), 601-608.

104. Paramashivam D, Clough TJ, Dickinson NM, Horswell J, Lense O, Clucas L, Robinson BH (2016). Effect of pine waste and pine biochar on nitrogen mobility in biosolids. Journal of Environmental Quality 45, 360-367.

103. Evangelou WH, Buergi A, Robinson BH, Guenthardt-Goerg MS, Schoengens M, Schulin R (2016). Novel method to determine element concentrations in foliage of poplar and willow cuttings. International Journal of Phytoremediation 18(9):943-8.

102. Parr WV Valentin D, Breitmeyer J, Peyron D, Darriet P, Sherlock R, Robinson BH, Grose C, Ballester J (2016). Perceived minerality in sauvignon blanc wine: Chemical reality or cultural construct? Food Research International 87, 168–179.

101. Franklin H, Dickinson N, Esnault C, Robinson BH (2015). Native plants and nitrogen in agricultural landscapes of New Zealand. Plant and Soil 394(1), 407 - 420.

100. Kim Y, Robinson BH, Boyer S, Zhong H, Dickinson N (2015). Interactions of native and introduced earthworms with soils and plant rhizospheres in productive landscapes of New Zealand. Applied Soil Ecology 96, 141-150.

99. Robinson BH, Anderson CWN, Dickinson NM (2015). Phytoextraction: where's the action? Journal of Geochemical Exploration 151,34-40.

98. Dickinson N, Marmiroli M, Das B, McLaughlin D, Leung D, Robinson BH (2015). Endemic plants as browse crops in agricultural landscapes of New Zealand. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 39, 224-242.

97. Valentinuzzi F, Mimmo T, Cesco S, Mamun S, Santner J, Hoefer C, Oburger E, Robinson BH, Lehto N (2015). The effect of lime on the rhizosphere processes and elemental uptake of white lupin. Environmental and Experimental Botany 118, 85-94.

96. Sharp-Heward S, Almond P, Robinson BH (2014). Soil disturbance and salinisation on a vineyard affected by landscape recontouring in Marlborough, New Zealand. Catena 122, 170-179.

95. Reiser R, Simmler M, Portmann D, Clucas L, Schulin R, Robinson BH (2014). Cadmium concentrations in New Zealand pastures: relationships to soil and climatic variables. Journal of Environmental Quality 3, 917-925.

94. Hahner JL, Robinson BH, Zhong HT, Dickinson NM (2014). The phytoremediation potential of native plants on New Zealand dairy farms. International Journal of Phytoremediation 16(7-8), 719-734.

93. Ciadamidaro L, Madejon E, Robinson BH, Madejon P (2014). Soil plant interactions of Populus alba in contrasting environments. Journal of Environmental Management 132, 329-337.

92. Lu KP, Yang X, Shen JJ, Robinson BH, Huang H, Liu D, Bolan NS, Pei JC, Wang HL (2014). Effect of bamboo and rice straw biochars on the bioavailability of Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn to Sedum plumbizincicola. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 191,124-132.

91. Gartler J, Robinson B, Burton K, Clucas L (2013). Carbonaceous soil amendments to biofortify crop plants with zinc. Science of the Total Environment 465, 308-313.

90. Simmler M, Ciadamidaro L, Schulin R, Madejón P, Reiser R. Clucas L, Weber P, Robinson BH (2013). Lignite reduces the solubility and plant uptake of cadmium in pasturelands. Environmental Science and Technology 47, 9, 4497-4504.

89. Rees R, Robinson BH, Rog CJ, Papritz A, Schulin R (2013). Boron accumulation and tolerance of hybrid poplars grown on a B-laden mixed paper mill waste landfill. Science of the Total Environment 447, 515-524.

88. Melpanque M, Collet S, Del Gratta F, Schnuriger B, Gaucher R, Robinson B, Bert V (2013). Combustion of Salix used for phytoextraction: The fate of metals and viability of the processes. Biomass and Bioenergy 49, 160-170.

87. Evangelou MWH, Robinson BH, Gunthardt-Goeg MS, Schulin R (2013). Metal uptake and allocation in trees grown on contaminated land: implications for biomass production. International Journal of Phytoremediation 15(1), 77-90.

86. Anderson CWN, Robinson BH, West DM, Clucas L, Portmann D (2012). Zinc-enriched and zinc-biofortified feed as a possible animal remedy in pastoral agriculture: Animal health and environmental benefits. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 121, 30-35.

85. Evangelou MWH, Conesa HM, Robinson BH, Schulin R (2012). Biomass Production on Trace Element-Contaminated Land: A review Environmental Engineering Science 29(9), 823-839.

84. Rees R, Robinson BH, Evangelou MWH, Lehmann E, Schulin R (2012). Response of Populus tremula to heterogeneous B distributions in soil. Plant and Soil 358(1-2), 403-415.

83. Marmiroli M, Robinson BH, Clothier BE, Bolan NS, Marmiroli N, Schulin R (2012). Effect of dairy effluent on the biomass, transpiration, and elemental composition of Salix kinuyanagi Kimura. Biomass and Bioenergy 37, 282-288.

82. Conesa HM, Evangelou MWH, Robinson BH, Schulin R (2012). A Critical View of Current State of Phytotechnologies to Remediate Soils: Still a Promising Tool? The Scientific World Journal Article ID 173829, 10 pages doi:10.1100/2012/173829

81. Rees R, Robinson BH, Menon M, Lehmann E, Günthardt-Goerg MS, Schulin R (2011). Boron Accumulation and Toxicity in Hybrid Poplar (Populus nigra x euramericana). Environmental Science and Technology 45, 10538–10543.

80. Beesley L, Moreno-Jiménez E, Gomez-Eyles JL, Harris E, Robinson B, Sizmur T (2011). A review of biochars’ potential role in the remediation, revegetation and restoration of contaminated soils. Environmental Pollution 159(12),3269-3282

79. Knowles OA, Robinson BH, Contangelo A, Clucas L (2011). Biochar for the mitigation of nitrate leaching from soil amended with biosolids. Science of the Total Environment 409, 3206-3210.

78. Bolan NS, Park JH, Robinson BH, Naidu R, Huh KY (2011). Phytostabilisation: a green approach to contaminant containment. Advances in Agronomy 112, 145-204.

77. Cano-Reséndiz O, de la Rosa G, Cruz-Jiménez G, Gardea-Torresdey JL, Robinson BH (2011). Evaluating the role of vegetation on the transport of contaminants associated with a mine tailing using the Phyto-DSS. Journal of Hazardous Materials 189, 472–478.

76. Grämlich A, Moradi AB, Robinson BH, Kaestner A, Schulin R (2011). Dimethylglyoxime (DMG) staining for semi-quantitative mapping of Ni in plant tissue. Environmental and Experimental Botany 71(2), 232-240.

75. Fässler E, Plaza S, Pairraud A, Gupta SK, Robinson BH, Schulin R (2011). Expression of selected genes involved in cadmium detoxification in tobacco plants grown on a sulphur-amended metal-contaminated field. Environmental and Experimental Botany 70 (2-3), 158-165.

74. Fässler E, Evangelou M, Robinson BH, Schulin R (2010). Effects of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) on sunflower growth and heavy metal uptake in combination with ethylene diamine disuccinic acid (EDDS). Chemosphere 80(8), 901-907.

73. Tschan M, Robinson B, Johnson A, Buergi A, Schulin R. (2010) Antimony uptake and toxicity in sunflower and maize growing in SbIII and SbV contaminated soil. Plant and Soil 334, 235–245.

72. Moradi AB , Swoboda S, Robinson B, Prohaska T, Kaestner A, Oswald SE, Wenzel WW , Schulin R (2010) Mapping of nickel in root cross-sections of the hyperaccumulator plant Berkheya coddii using laser ablation ICP-MS. Environmental and Experimental Botany 69(1), 24-31.

71. Fässler E, Robinson BH, Gupta SK, Schulin R (2010). Uptake and allocation of plant nutrients and Cd in maize, sunflower and tobacco growing on a contaminated soil and the effect of soil conditioners under field conditions. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 136, 1-2, 49-58

70. Moradi AB, Oswald SE, Nordmeyer-Massner JA, Pruessmann KP, Robinson BH, Schulin R (2010). Analysis of nickel concentration profiles around the roots of the hyperaccumulator plant Berkheya coddii using MRI and numerical simulations. Plant and Soil 328(1-2), 291 - 302.

69. Fässler E, Robinson BH, Stauffer W, Gupta SK, Papritz A, Schulin R (2010). Phytomanagement of metal-contaminated agricultural land using sunflower, maize and tobacco. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 136, 49-58.

68. Domínguez MT Marañón T, Murillo JM, Schulin R, Robinson BH (2010). Nutritional Status of Mediterranean Trees Growing in a Contaminated and Remediated Area. Water Air and Soil Pollution 205, 305-321

67. Robinson BH (2009). E-waste: An assessment of global production and environmental impacts. Science of The Total Environment 408,183-191.

66. Moreno FN, Anderson CWN, Stewart R, Robinson BH (2009). Analysis of mercury-rich plants and mine tailings using the hydride-generation AAS method. Brazilian archives of biology and technology 52(4), 953-960.

65. Conesa HM, Moradi AB, Robinson BH, Jiménez-Cárceles, F.J., Schulin, R (2009). Effects of Increasing Dosages of Acid Mining Wastes in Metal Uptake by Lygeum spartum and Soil Metal Extractability. Water Air and Soil Pollution

64. Robinson BH, Bañuelos GS, Conesa HM, Evangelou MWH, Schulin R (2009). The phytomanagement of trace elements in soil. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 28(4), 240-266.

63. Moradi AB,Conesa HM, Robinson BH, Lehmann E, Kaestner A, Schulin R (2009). Root responses to soil Ni heterogeneity in a hyperaccumulator and a non-accumulator species. Environmental Pollution 157, 2189–2196.

62. Tschan M, Robinson BH, Schulin R (2009)  Antimony in the soil–plant system – a review. Environmental Chemistry 6, 106–115.

61. Tschan M, Robinson BH, Nodari M, Schulin R (2009). Antimony uptake by different plant species from nutrient solution, agar and soil. Environmental Chemistry 6, 144–152.

60. Moradi AB, Conesa HM, Robinson B, Lehmann E, Kuehne G, Kaestner A, Oswald S, Schulin R (2009). Neutron radiography as a tool for revealing root development in soil: capabilities and limitations. Plant and Soil 318 243–255.

59. Conesa HM, Moradi AB, Robinson BH, Kühne G, Lehmann E, Schulin R (2009). Response of native grasses and Cicer arietinum to soil polluted with mining wastes: Implications for the management of land adjacent to mine sites. Environmental and Experimental Botany 65, 198-204.

58. Robinson BH, Bischofberger S, Stoll A, Schroer D, Furrer G, Roulier S, Gruenwald A, Attinger W, Schulin R (2008). Plant uptake of trace elements on a Swiss military shooting range: Uptake pathways and land management implications. Environmental Pollution 153, 668-676.

57. Domínguez MT, Marañón T, Murillo JM, Schulin R, Robinson BH (2008). Trace element accumulation in woody plants of the Guadiamar Valley, SW Spain: A large-scale phytomanagement case study. Environmental Pollution 152(1), 50-59.

56. Moradi AB, Oswald SE, Massner JA, Pruessmann KP, Robinson BH, Schulin R (2008). Magnetic resonance imaging methods to reveal the real-time distribution of nickel in porous media. European Journal of Soil Science 59(3), 476-485.

55. Conesca HM, Robinson BH, Schulin R, Nowack B (2008). Metal extractability in acidic and neutral mine tailings from the Cartagena-La Unión Mining District (SE Spain). Applied Geochemistry 23, 1232–1240.

54. Tschan M, Robinson B, Schulin R (2008). Antimony uptake by Zea mays (L.) and Helianthus annuus (L.) from nutrient solution. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 30(2), 187-191.

53. Roulier S, Robinson B, Kuster E, Schulin R (2008). Analysing the preferential transport of lead in a vegetated roadside soil using lysimeter experiments and a dual-porosity model. European Journal of Soil Science 59, 61-70.

52. Gellrich M, Baur P, Robinson BH, Bebi P (2008). Combining classification tree analyses with interviews to study why sub-alpine grasslands sometimes revert to forest: A case study from the Swiss Alps. Agricultural Systems 96, 124-138.

51. Moreno FN, Anderson CWN, Stewart RB, Robinson BH (2008). Phytofiltration of mercury-contaminated water: volatilisation and plant-accumulation aspects. Environmental and Experimental Botany 62, 78-85.

50. Robinson BH, Green SR, Chancerel B, Mills TM, Clothier BE (2007). Poplar for the phytomanagement of boron contaminated sites. Environmental Pollution 150, 225-233.

49. Greven M, Green S, Robinson B, Clothier B, Vogeler I, Agnew R, Neal S, Sivakumaran S (2007). The impact of CCA-treated posts in vineyards on soil and ground water. Water Science & Technology 56(2), 161-168.

48. Menon M, Robinson B, Oswald S, Kaestner A, Abbaspour K, Lehmann E, Schulin R (2007). Visualization of root growth in heterogeneously contaminated soil using neutron radiography. European Journal of Soil Science 58, 802-810.

47. Conesa HM, Robinson BH, Schulin R, Nowack B (2007). Growth of Lygeum spartum in acid mine tailings: response of plants developed from seedlings, rhizomes and at field conditions. Environmental Pollution 145, 700-707.

46. Robinson BH, Schulin R, Nowack B, Roulier S, Menon M, Clothier BE, Green SR, Mills TM (2006). Phytoremediation for the management of metal flux in contaminated sites. Forest, Snow and Landscape Research 80(2), 221-234.

45. Nowack B, Schulin R, Robinson BH (2006). A critical assessment of chelant-enhanced metal phytoextraction. Environmental Science and Technology 40(17), 5525-5532.

44. Robinson BH, Kim N, Marchetti M, Moni C, Schroeter L, van den Dijssel C, Milne G, Clothier BE (2006). Arsenic hyperaccumulation by aquatic macrophytes in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand. Environmental and Experimental Botany 58(1-3), 206-215.

43. Clothier BE, Green SR, Vogeler I, Greven MM, Agnew R, van den Dijssel CW, Neal S, Robinson BH, Davidson P (2006). CCA Transport in Soil from Treated-Timber Posts: Pattern Dynamics from the Local to Regional Scale. Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 3, 2037-2061.

42. Madejón P, Marañón T, Murillo JM, Robinson BH (2006). In defence of plants as biomonitors of soil quality. Environmental Pollution 143, 1-3.

41. Mills TM, Arnold B, Sivakumaran S, Northcott G, Vogeler I, Robinson BH, Norling C, Leonil D (2006). Phytoremediation and long-term site management of soil contaminated with pentachlorophenol (PCP) and heavy metals. Journal of Environmental Management 79, 232-241.

40. Robinson BH, Greven M, Green SR, Sivakumaran S, Davidson P, Clothier BE (2006). Leaching of copper, chromium and arsenic from treated vineyard posts in Marlborough, New Zealand. Science of the Total Environment 364(1-3), 113-123.

39. Mills TM, Robinson BH, Sivakumaran S, Arnold B, Clothier BE, Kim N (2005). Current practice and future land-use: the sustainability of productive sector environments. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS) 694, 159-164.

38. Moreno FN, Anderson CWN, Stewart RB, Robinson BH, Ghomshei M, Meech JA Nomura R (2005). Effect of thioligands on plant-Hg accumulation and volatilisation from mercury-contaminated mine tailings. Plant and Soil, 275, 231-243.

37. Robinson BH, Mills TM, Green SR, Chancerel B, Clothier BE, Fung L, Hurst S, McIvor I (2005). Trace element accumulation by poplars and willows used for stock fodder. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 48, 489-497.

36. Mahimairaja S, Bolan NS, Adriano NC, Robinson BH (2005). Arsenic contamination and its risk management in complex environmental settings. Advances in Agronomy 86, 2-64.

35. Moreno FN, Anderson CWN, Stewart RB, Robinson BH, Ghomshei M, Meech JA (2005). Induced plant uptake and transport of mercury in the presence of sulphur-containing ligands and humic acid. New Phytologist 166(2) 445-454.

34. Moreno FN, Anderson CWN, Stewart RB, Robinson BH (2005). Mercury volatilisation and phytoextraction from base-metal mine tailings. Environmental Pollution 136(2), 341-352.

33. Madejón P, Marañón T, Murillo JM, Robinson BH (2004). White poplar (Populus alba) as a biomonitor of trace elements in contaminated riparian forests. Environmental Pollution 132, 145-155.

32. Moreno FN, Anderson CWN, Stewart RB, Robinson BH (2004). Phytoremediation of mercury-contaminated mine tailings by induced plant-mercury accumulation. Environmental Practice 6, 57-67.

31. Robinson BH, Lombi E, Zhao FJ, McGrath SP (2003). Uptake and distribution of nickel and other metals in the hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii. New Phytologist 158(2), 279-285.

30. Robinson BH, Green SR, Mills TM, Clothier BE, van der Velde M, Laplane R, Fung L, Deurer M, Hurst S, Thayalakumaran T, van den Dijssel C (2003). Phytoremediation: using plants as biopumps to improve degraded environments. Australian Journal of Soil Research 41(3), 599-611.

29. Robinson BH, Fernández JE, Madejón P, Marañón T, Murillo JM, Green SR, Clothier BE (2003). Phytoextraction: an assessment of biogeochemical and economic viability. Plant and Soil 249(1), 117-125.

28. Thayalakumaran T, Robinson BH, Vogeler I, Scotter DR, Clothier BE, Percival HJ (2003). Plant uptake and leaching of copper during EDTA-enhanced phytoremediation of repacked and undisturbed soil. Plant and Soil 254, 415-423.

27. Robinson BH, Duwig C, Bolan NS, Kannathasan M, Saravanan A (2003). Uptake of arsenic by New Zealand watercress (Lepidium sativum). The Science of the Total Environment 301(1), 67-73.

26. Thayalakumaran T, Vogeler I, Scotter DR, Percival HJ, Robinson BH, Clothier BE (2003). Leaching of copper from contaminated soil following the application of EDTA. I. Repacked soil experiments and a model. Australian Journal of Soil Research 41(2), 323-333.

25. Thayalakumaran T, Vogeler I, Scotter DR, Percival HJ, Robinson BH, Clothier BE (2003). Leaching of copper from contaminated soil following the application of EDTA. II. Intact core experiments and model testing. Australian Journal of Soil Research 41(2), 335-350.

24. Keeling SM, Stewart RB, Anderson CWN, Robinson BH (2003). Nickel and cobalt phytoextraction by the hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii: implications for polymetallic phytomining and phytoremediation. International Journal of Phytoremediation 5(3), 235-244.

23. Granel T, Robinson BH, Mills TM, Clothier BE, Green SR, Fung L (2002). Cadmium accumulation by willow clones used for soil conservation, stock fodder, and phytoremediation. Australian Journal of Soil Research 40(8), 1331-1337.

22. LaCoste C, Robinson BH, Brooks RR (2001). Thallium uptake by vegetables: Its significance for human health, phytoremediation and phytomining. Journal of Plant Nutrition 24, 1205–1216.

21. Robinson BH, Russell C, Hedley MJ, Clothier BE (2001). Cadmium adsorption by rhizobacteria: implications for New Zealand pastureland. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 87(3), 315–321.

20. Brooks RR, Robinson BH, Howes AW, Chiarucci A (2001). An evaluation of Berkheya coddii Roessler and Alyssum bertolonii Desv. for phytoremediation and phytomining of nickel. South African Journal of Science 97(11-12), 558-560.

19. Robinson BH, Mills TM, Petit D, Fung LE, Green SR, Clothier BE (2000). Natural and induced cadmium-accumulation in poplar and willow: Implications for phytoremediation. Plant and Soil 227, 301-306.

18. Deram A, Petit D, Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Gregg PE, Van Haluwyn C (2000). Natural and induced heavy-metal accumulation by Arrhenatherum elatius: Implications for phytoremediation. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 31, 413-421.

17. Anderson CWN, Brooks RR, Chiarucci A, LaCoste CJ, Leblanc M, Robinson BH, Simcock R, Stewart RB (1999). Phytomining for nickel, thallium and gold, Journal of Geochemical Exploration 67, 407-415.

16. Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Clothier BE (1999). Soil Amendments Affecting Nickel and Cobalt Uptake by Berkheya coddii: Potential Use for Phytomining and Phytoremediation. Annals of Botany 84, 689-694.

15. LaCoste C, Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Anderson CW, Chiarucci A, Leblanc M (1999). The phytoremediation potential of thallium-contaminated soils using Iberis and Biscutella species. International Journal of Phytoremediation 1(4), 327-338.

14. Brooks RR, Anderson C, Stewart RB, Robinson BH (1999). Phytomining: growing a crop of a metal. Biologist 46(5), 201-205.

13. Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Hedley MJ (1999). Cobalt and nickel accumulation in Nyssa (tupelo) species and its significance for New Zealand agriculture. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 42, 235-240.

12. Asensi A, Bennett FA, Brooks RR, Robinson BH, Stewart RB (1999). Copper uptake studies on Erica andevalensis, a metal-tolerant plant from southwestern Spain. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 30(11&12), 1615-1624.

11. Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Gregg PEH, Kirkman JH (1999). The nickel phytoextraction potential of some ultramafic soils as determined by sequential extraction. Geoderma 87, 293-304.

10. Leblanc M, Petit D, Deram A, Robinson BH, Brooks RR (1999). The phytomining and environmental significance of hyperaccumulation of thallium by two plant species. Economic Geology 94(1), 109-114.

9. Chiarucci A, Robinson BH, Bonini I, Petit D, Brooks RR, de Dominics V (1998). Vegetation of Tuscan ultramafic soils in relation to edaphic and physical factors. Folia Geobotanica et Phytotaxonomica 33, 113-131.

8. Brooks RR, Chambers MF, Nicks LJ, Robinson BH (1998). Phytomining. Trends in Plant Science 3(9), 359-362.

7. Robinson BH, Leblanc M, Petit D, Brooks RR, Kirkman JH, Gregg PEH (1998). The potential of Thlaspi caerulescens for phytoremediation of contaminated soils. Plant and Soil 203, 47-56.

6. Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Howes AW, Kirkman JH, Gregg PEH (1997). The potential of the high-biomass nickel hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii for phytoremediation and phytomining. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 60, 115-126.

5. Robinson BH, Chiarucci A, Brooks RR, Petit D, Kirkman JH, Gregg PEH, de Dominicis V (1997). The nickel hyperaccumulator plant Alyssum bertolonii as a potential agent for phytoremediation and the phytomining of nickel. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 59, 75-86.

4. Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Kirkman JH, Gregg PEH, Varela Alvarez H (1997). Edaphic influences on a New Zealand ultramafic (“serpentine”) flora: a statistical approach. Plant and Soil 188, 11 – 20.

3. Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Kirkman JH, Gregg PEH, Gremigni P (1996). Plant-available elements in soils and their influence on the vegetation over ultramafic (“serpentine”) rocks in New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 26 (4). 457-468.

2. Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Outred HA, Kirkman JH (1995). The distribution and fate of arsenic in the Waikato river system, North Island, New Zealand. Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability 7(3), 89 - 96.

1. Robinson BH, Brooks RR, Outred HA, Kirkman JH (1995). Mercury and arsenic in trout from the Taupo Volcanic Zone and Waikato River, North Island, New Zealand. Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability 7(1), 27 – 32.