Publications: G.R. Robinson

  • Robinson, G.R. 2012. Assessing the conservation significance of a state park system, New York, USA. Natural Areas Journal 32: 412-419.
  • Robinson, G.R.  2012.  Distributions of Natural Heritage Program communities and their use as surrogates for rare species in New York State Parks.  Northeastern Naturalist 19 (Special Issue 6): 115-128.  [more...]
  • Davis, J.B., and G.R. Robinson.  2012.  A geographic model to assess and limit cumulative ecological degradation from Marcellus Shale exploitation in NY State.  Ecology and Society 17: 25. [more...]
  • Beachy, B.L., and G.R. Robinson. 2008. Divergence in avian communities following woody plant invasions in a pine barrens ecosystem. Natural Areas Journal 28: 395-403.
  • Madden, S.S., G.R. Robinson, and J.G. Arnason. 2007. Spatial variation in stream water quality in relation to riparian buffer dimensions in a rural watershed of eastern New York State. Northeastern Naturalist 14: 605-618.
  • Strong, K.F. and G.R. Robinson. 2004. Acid deposition and Odonate community structure in eastern New York State. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24: 839-852.
  • Robinson, G.R., S.N. Handel, and J.H. Mattei. 2002. Experimental Techniques for Evaluating the Success of Restoration Projects. Korean Journal of Ecology 25: 1-7.
  • Lee, C.-S., H.H You, and G.R. Robinson. 2002. Succession and habitat recovery in abandoned rice paddy fields in central Korea. Restoration Ecology 10:306-314.
  • Robinson, G.R., N.D. Wright, and I. Peters Robinson. 2001. Land use history and spatial variability in the beech bark disease. Pages 31-52 in: M.S. Adams, editor. Catskill Ecosystem Health. Purple Mountain Press, Fleischmanns, NY.
  • Glavanakov, S., D.J. White, T. Caraco, A. Lapenis, G.R. Robinson, B.K. Szymanski, and W.A. Manniaty. 2001. Lyme disease in New York State: Spatial pattern at a regional scale. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Health 65: 538-535. [Selections reprinted in Public Health GIS News and Information, May 2002 (No. 46).]
  • Robinson, G.R. and Handel, S.N. 2000. Directing spatial patterns of recruitment in an urban woodland restoration. Ecological Applications 10:174-188.
  • Robinson, G.R., and J. Zappieri. 1999. Biodiversity policy in time and space: Lessons from divergent approaches to salvage logging on public lands. Conservation Ecology, Volume 3, on line (URL: http://www.consecol.org/Journal/vol3/iss1/art3). Graphic reprinted in Saving Biological Diversity: Balancing Protection of Endangered Species and Ecosystems.
  • Handel, S.N., Robinson, G.R., Parsons, W.F., and Mattei, J.H. 1997. Restoration of woody plants to capped landfills: Root dynamics in engineered soils. Restoration Ecology 5: 178-186.
  • Holt, R.D., Robinson, G.R., and Gaines, M.S. 1995. Vegetation dynamics in an experimentally fragmented landscape. Ecology 76: 1610-1624.
  • Robinson, G.R., Quinn, J.F., and Stanton, M.L. 1995. Invasion of experimental habitat islands in a California winter annual grassland. Ecology 76: 786-794.
  • Robinson, G.R. and Handel, S.N. 1995. Woody plant roots fail to penetrate a clay landfill liner: Management implications. Environmental Management 19: 57-64.
  • Handel, S.N., Robinson, G.R., and Beattie, A.J. 1994. Biodiversity resources for ecological restoration. Restoration Ecology 2: 230-241.
  • Robinson, G.R., Yurlina, M.E, and Handel, S.N. 1994. A century of change in the Staten Island flora: Ecological correlates of species losses and gains. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 121: 119-129.
  • Robinson, G.R., and Handel, S.N. 1993 Forest restoration on a closed landfill: Rapid addition of new species by bird dispersal. Conservation Biology 7: 271-278. Reprinted in Readings from Conservation Biology, Wildlife and Forests, 1995,
  • Robinson, G.R., Handel, S.N., and Schmalhofer, V.R. 1992. Survival, reproduction and recruitment of woody plants after fourteen years on a forested landfill. Environmental Management 16: 265-271.
  • Robinson, G.R., Holt, R.D., Gaines, M.S., Hamburg, S.P., Johnson, M.L., Fitch, H.S., and Martinko, E.A. 1992. Diverse and contrasting effects of habitat fragmentation. Science 257: 524-526.
  • Gaines, M.S., Foster, J., Diffendorfer, J.E, Sera, W.E., Holt, R.D. and Robinson, G.R. 1992. Population processes and biological diversity. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 57: 252-262.
  • Rejmnek, M., Robinson, G.R. and Rejmankova, E. 1989. Weed-crop competition: experimental designs and models for data analysis. Weed Science 37: 276-284.
  • Robinson, G.R. and Quinn, J.F. 1988. Extinction, turnover and species diversity in an experimentally fragmented California annual grassland. Oecologia (Berlin) 76: 71-82.
  • Quinn, J.F. and Robinson, G.R. 1987. The effects of experimental subdivision on flowering plant species diversity in a California annual grassland. Journal of Ecology 75: 837-856.