Publications

(1) SHAW, L.J. & HODSON, M.J. (1981) The effect of salt-dumping on roadside trees. Arboricultural Journal  5, 283-289.
(2) HODSON, M.J., SMITH, M.M., WAINWRIGHT, S.J. & ÖPIK, H. (1982) Cation cotolerance in a salt-tolerant clone of Agrostis stolonifera L. New Phytologist 90, 253-261.
(3) PARRY, D.W. & HODSON, M.J. (1982) Silica distribution in the caryopsis and inflorescence bracts of foxtail millet [Setaria italica (L). Beauv.] and its possible significance in carcinogenesis. Annals of Botany 49, 531-540.
(4) HODSON, M.J. & PARRY, D.W. (1982) The ultrastructure and analytical microscopy of silicon deposition in the aleurone layer of the caryopsis of Setaria italica (L). Beauv. Annals of Botany 50, 221-228.
(5) SMITH, M.M., HODSON, M.J., ÖPIK, H. & WAINWRIGHT, S.J. (1982) Salt-induced ultrastructural damage to mitochondria in root tips of a salt-sensitive ecotype of Agrostis stolonifera. Journal of Experimental Botany 33, 886-895.
(6) SHAW, L.J., GRIFFITHS, E.E., HODSON, M.J. & WAINWRIGHT, S.J. (1982) The effect of salt-dumping on roadside trees II. Arboricultural Journal 6, 241-249.
(7) HODSON, M.J., SANGSTER, A.G. & PARRY, D.W. (1982) Silicon deposition in the inflorescence bristles and macrohairs of Setaria italica (L). Beauv. Annals of Botany 50, 843-850.
(8) SANGSTER, A.G., HODSON, M.J. & PARRY, D.W. (1983) Silicon deposition and anatomical studies in the inflorescence bracts of four Phalaris species with their possible relevance to carcinogenesis. New Phytologist 93, 105-122.
(9) SANGSTER, A.G., HODSON, M.J., PARRY, D.W. & REES, J.A. (1983) A developmental study of silicification in the trichomes and associated epidermal structures of the grass Phalaris canariensis L. Annals of Botany 52, 171-197.
(10) PARRY, D.W., HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1984) Some recent advances in studies of silicon in higher plants. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 304, 537-549.
(11) HODSON, M.J., SANGSTER, A.G. & PARRY, D.W. (1984) An ultrastructural study on the development of silicified tissues in the lemma of Phalaris canariensis L. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B 222, 413-425.
(12) PARRY, D.W., HODSON, M.J. & NEWMAN, R.H. (1985) The distribution of silicon deposits in the fronds of Pteridium aquilinum L. Annals of Botany 55, 77-83.
(13) HODSON, M.J., SANGSTER, A.G. & PARRY, D.W. (1985) An ultrastructural study on the developmental phases and silicification of the glume of Phalaris canariensis L. Annals of Botany 55, 649-655.
(14) HODSON, M.J., SMITH, M.M., WAINWRIGHT, S.J. & ÖPIK, H. (1985) The effect of the interaction between salinity and nitrogen limitation in Agrostis stolonifera L. Vegetatio 61, 255-263.
(15) HODSON, M.J., ÖPIK, H. & WAINWRIGHT, S.J. (1985) Changes in ion and water contents of individual shoot organs in a salt-tolerant and a salt-sensitive clone of Agrostis stolonifera L. during and subsequent to treatment with sodium chloride. Plant, Cell and Environment 8, 657-668.
(16) SANGSTER, A.G. & HODSON, M.J. (1986) Silica in higher plants. CIBA Foundation Symposium 121, 90-111.
(17) HODSON, M.J. (1986) Silicon deposition in the roots, culm and leaf of Phalaris canariensis L. Annals of Botany 58, 167-177.
(18) PARRY, D.W., O'NEILL, C.H. & HODSON, M.J. (1986) Opaline silica deposits in the leaves of Bidens pilosa L. and their possible significance to oesophageal cancer. Annals of Botany 58, 641-647.
(19) HODSON, M.J. & BELL, A. (1986) The mineral relations of the lemma of Phalaris canariensis L., with particular reference to its silicified macrohairs. Israel Journal of Botany 35, 241-253.
(20) HODSON, M.J., DI NOLA, L. & MAYER, A.M. (1987) The effect of changing temperatures during imbibition on ultrastructure in germinating pea embryonic radicles. Journal of Experimental Botany. 38, 525-534.
(21) SOLOMON, M., ARIEL, R., HODSON, M.J., MAYER, A.M. & POLJAKOFF-MAYBER, A. (1987) Ion absorption and allocation of carbon resources in excised pea roots grown in liquid medium in absence or presence of NaCl. Annals of Botany 59, 387-398.
(22) HODSON, M.J. & MAYER, A.M. (1987) Salt induced changes in the distribution of amyloplasts in the root cap of excised pea roots in culture. Annals of Botany 59, 499-503.
(23) HODSON, M.J., BAR-NUN, N. & MAYER, A.M. (1987) Cytochemical localization of laccase in Botrytis cinerea. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 89, 572-575.
(24) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1987) Recent progress in botanical research on phytoliths. The Phytolitharien 5 (1), 5-11.
(25) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1988) Silica deposition in the inflorescence bracts of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) I. Scanning electron microscopy and light microscopy. Canadian Journal of Botany 66, 829-838.
(26) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1988) Observations on the distribution of mineral elements in the leaf of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) with particular reference to silicon. Annals of Botany 62, 463-471.
(27) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1989) Silica deposition in the inflorescence bracts of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) II. X-ray microanalysis and backscattered electron imaging. Canadian Journal of Botany 67, 281-287.
(28) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1989) X-ray microanalysis of the seminal root of Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench. with particular reference to silicon. Annals of Botany 64, 659-667.
(29) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1989) Subcellular localization of mineral deposits in the roots of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Protoplasma 151, 19-32.
(30) WILKINS, D.A. & HODSON, M.J. (1989) The effects of aluminium and Paxillus involutus Fr. on the growth of Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.]. New Phytologist 113, 225-232.
(31) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1990) Techniques for the microanalysis of higher plants, with particular reference to silicon in cryofixed wheat tissues. Scanning Microscopy 4, 407-418.
(32) HODSON, M.J. & WILKINS, D.A. (1991) Localization of aluminium in the roots of Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.] inoculated with Paxillus involutus Fr. New Phytologist 118, 273-278.
(33) SANGSTER, A.G. & HODSON, M.J. (1992) Silica deposition in subterranean organs. In Phytolith Systematics- Emerging Issues. eds. G.Rapp Jr. and S.C. Mulholland. Advances in Archaeological and Museum Science. 1, 239-251.
(34) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1993) The interaction between silicon and aluminium in Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench: Growth analysis and x-ray microanalysis. Annals of Botany 72, 389-400. Abstract
(35) TUBB, H.J., HODSON, M.J. & HODSON, G.C. (1993) The inflorescence papillae of the Triticeae: A new tool for taxonomic and archaeological research. Annals of Botany 72, 537-545. Abstract
(36) HODSON, M.J., SMITH, R.J., VAN BLAADEREN, A., CRAFTON, T. & O'NEILL, C.H. (1994) Detecting plant silica fibres in animal tissue by confocal fluorescence microscopy. Annals of Occupational Hygiene 38, 149-160. Copy
(37) HODSON, M.J. (1995) Soils and Geology. In Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment. The Natural and Built Environment Series 2. eds. P.Morris & R.Therivel. UCL Press. 143-160.
(38) HODSON, M.J. & EVANS, D.E. (1995) Aluminium/silicon interactions in higher plants. Journal of Experimental Botany 46, 161-171.
(39) HAMMOND, K.E., EVANS, D.E. & HODSON, M.J. (1995) Aluminium/silicon interactions in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) seedlings. Plant and Soil 173, 89-95.
(40) HODSON, M.J. (1995) Ion localization and x-ray microanalysis. In Methods in Plant Cell Biology, Part A. eds. D.W. Galbraith, H.J. Bohnert & D.P. Bourque. Academic Press. Methods in Cell Biology 49, 21-31.
(41) COLLINSON, N.H., BIGGS, J., CORFIELD, A., HODSON, M.J., WALKER, D., WHITFIELD, M. & WILLIAMS, P.J. (1995) Temporary and permanent ponds: an assessment of the effects of drying out on the conservation value of aquatic macroinvertebrate communities. Biological Conservation 74, 125-133.
(42) HODSON, M.J., COCKER, K.M., TUBB, H.J., EVANS, D.E. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1996) How higher plants process and utilize silica. Proceedings of the Dow Corning Workshop on the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Silicon. Held in La Jolla, San Diego, California, USA.
(43) SANGSTER A.G. & HODSON M.J. (1997) Botanical studies of silicon localization in cereal roots and shoots, including cryotechniques: a survey of work up to 1990. In The State-of-the-art of Phytoliths in Soils and Plants. eds A. Pinilla, J. Juan-Tresserras & M.J. Machado. Monografia 4 del Centro de Ciencias Medioambientales, CISC. Madrid. 113-121.
(44) HODSON, M.J., WILLIAMS, S.E. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1997) Silica deposition in the needles of the gymnosperms. I. Chemical analysis and light microscopy. In The State-of-the-art of Phytoliths in Soils and Plants. eds A. Pinilla, J. Juan-Tresserras & M.J. Machado. Monografia 4 del Centro de Ciencias Medioambientales, CISC. Madrid. 123-133.
(45) SANGSTER, A.G., WILLIAMS, S.E. & HODSON, M.J. (1997) Silica deposition in the needles of the gymnosperms. II. Scanning electron microscopy and x-ray microanalysis. In The State-of-the-art of Phytoliths in Soils and Plants. eds A. Pinilla, J. Juan-Tresserras & M.J. Machado. Monografia 4 del Centro de Ciencias Medioambientales, CISC. Madrid. 135-146.
(46) COCKER, K.M., HODSON, M.J., EVANS, D.E. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1997) The interaction between silicon and aluminium in Triticum aestivum L. (cv. Celtic). Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 45, 285-292.
(47) COCKER, K.M., EVANS, D.E. & HODSON, M.J. (1998) The amelioration of aluminium toxicity by silicon in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): malate exudation as evidence for an in planta mechanism. Planta 204, 318-323.
(48) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1998) Mineral deposition in the needles of white spruce [Picea glauca (Moench.) Voss]. Annals of Botany 82, 375-385. Abstract
(49) COCKER, K.M., EVANS, D.E. & HODSON, M.J. (1998) The amelioration of aluminium toxicity by silicon in higher plants: solution chemistry or an in planta mechanism? Physiologia Plantarum 104, 608-614.
(50) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (1999) Aluminium/silicon interactions in conifers. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry 76, 89-98. Abstract
(51) HODSON, M.J. (2000) Microanalysis. In Methods in Plant Electron Microscopy and Cytochemistry.  (ed. W.V. Dashek) Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ. 263-278.
(52) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (2000) Aluminium localization in conifers growing on highly acidic soils in Ontario, Canada In "International symposium on impact of potential tolerance of plants on the increased productivity under aluminum stress." Research Institute for Bioresources, Okayama University, Kurashiki, Japan. 103-106.
(53) SANGSTER, A.G., HODSON, M.J. & TUBB, H.J. (2001) Silicon deposition in higher plants. In "Silicon in agriculture." (Eds L.E. Datnoff, G.H. Snyder, G.H. Korndorfer) Elsevier Science, Amsterdam. 85-113.
(54) SANGSTER, A.G., HODSON, M.J., & HUANG, C.X. (2001) X-ray microanalytical studies of mineral composition in cell walls of needle tissues of American larch [Larix laricina (Du Roi) K. Koch] and European larch [L. decidua (L.) Mill.] In “L'arbre 2000 The Tree” (ed. M. Labrecque) pp. 160-167. 4th International Symposium on the Tree, Montreal Botanic Garden. Isabelle Quentin Press, Montreal, Canada.
(55) HODSON, M.J., WESTERMAN, J. & TUBB, H.J. (2001) The use of inflorescence phytoliths from the Triticeae in food science. In "Phytoliths - Applications in earth science and human history." (eds. Meunier, J.D., Colin F.). A.A. Balkema, Lisse, The Netherlands.  pp. 87-99.
(56) SANGSTER, A.G. & HODSON, M.J. (2001) Silicon and aluminium codeposition in the cell wall phytoliths of gymnosperm leaves.  In "Phytoliths - Applications in earth science and human history." (eds. Meunier, J.D., Colin F.). A.A. Balkema, Lisse, The Netherlands. pp. 343-355.
(57) HODSON, M.J., STAPLETON, C. & EMBERTON, R. (2001) Soils, Geology and Geomorphology. In "Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment". The Natural and Built Environment Series 2. (eds. P.Morris & R.Therivel). E&FN Spon. (2nd Edition) pp. 170-196.
(58) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (2002) X-ray microanalytical studies of mineral localisation in the needles of white pine (Pinus strobus L.). Annals of Botany, 89, 367-374. Snapshot
(59) HODSON, M.J. & SANGSTER, A.G. (2002) Silicon and abiotic stress. In the proceedings of the “Second Silicon in Agriculture Conference” held in Tsuruoka, Yamagata prefecture, Japan. 99-104.
(60) HODSON, M. (2002) Phytoliths. Contribution in “Gathering the People, Settling the Land: The Archaeology of a Middle Thames Landscape. Anglo-Saxon to Post-Medieval. By S. Foreman, J. Hiller & D. Petts. (CD ROM section) Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 14, Oxford Archaeology 2002. David Brown Book Co., Connecticut.
(61) ISHIDA, S., PARKER, A.G., KENNET, D. & HODSON, M.J. (2003) Phytolith analysis from the Archaeological Site of Kush, Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates. Quaternary Research 59, 310-321. Abstract
(62) RYDER, M., GERARD, F., EVANS, D.E. & HODSON, M.J. (2003) The use of root growth and modelling data to investigate amelioration of aluminium toxicity by silicon in Picea abies seedlings. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry 97, 52-58. Abstract
(63) PARKER, A.G., ECKERSLEY, L., SMITH, M.M., GOUDIE, A.S., STOKES, S., WARD, S., WHITE, K. & HODSON, M.J. (2004) Holocene vegetation dynamics in the north eastern Rub' al-Khali desert, Arabian Peninsula: a phytolith, pollen and carbon isotope study. Journal of Quaternary Science 19, 665-676.
(64) NICOLET, P., BIGGS, J., FOX, G., HODSON, M.J., REYNOLDS, C., WHITFIELD, M. & WILLIAMS, P. (2004) The wetland plant and macroinvertebrate assemblages of temporary ponds in England and Wales. Biological Conservation 120, 261-278.
(65) HODSON, M.J., WHITE, P.J., MEAD, A. & BROADLEY, M.R. (2005) Phylogenetic variation in the silicon composition of plants. Annals of Botany 96, 1027-1046. Abstract
(66) POWELL, J.J., MCNAUGHTON, S.A., JUGDAOHSINGH, R., ANDERSON, S.H.C., DEAR, J., KHOT, F., MOWATT, L., GLEASON, K.L., SYKES, M., THOMPSON, R.P.H., BOLTON-SMITH, C. & HODSON, M.J. (2005) A provisional database for the silicon content of foods in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Nutrition 94, 804-812.
(67) PARKER, A.G., GOUDIE, A.S., STOKES, S., WHITE K., HODSON, M.J., MANNING, M. & KENNET, D. (2006) A record of Holocene climate change from lake geochemical analyses in southeastern Arabia. Quaternary Research 66, 465-476.
(68) PARKER, A.G., PRESTON, G., WALKINGTON, H. & HODSON, M.J. (2006) Developing a framework of Holocene climatic change and landscape archaeology for the lower Gulf region, southeastern Arabia. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 17, 125-130.
(69) SANGSTER, A.G., LING, L., GERARD, F. & HODSON, M.J. (2007) X-ray microanalysis of needles from Douglas fir growing in environments of contrasting acidity. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus 7, 143-149. Abstract
(70) HODSON, M.J. (2007) Environmental theology courses in Europe- Where are we now? In "The Place of Environmental Theology: A guide for seminaries, colleges and universities." (eds. Weaver, J., Hodson, M.R.). Published jointly by the Whitley Trust, UK and IBTS, Prague.  pp. 107-120. Download chapter HERE
(71) SANGSTER, A.G. & HODSON, M.J. (2007) Silicification of conifers and its significance to the environment. In "Plants, People and Places: Recent Studies in Phytolithic Analysis." (ed. M. Madella & D. Zurro). Oxbow Books, Oxford 79-91.
(72) HODSON, M.J. (2007) Methane, cattle and climate change. RuSource- the rural information network, Briefing 464.
(73) HODSON, M.J. & HODSON, M.R. (2008) Cherishing the Earth. How to care for God's Creation. Monarch Books, Oxford.
(74) GERARD, F.,  MAYER, K.U., HODSON, M.J. & RANGER, J. (2008) Modelling the biogeochemical cycle of silicon in soils: application to a temperate forest ecosystem. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72, 741-758.
(75) HODSON, M.J., PARKER, A.G., LENG, M.J. & SLOANE, H.J. (2008) Silicon, oxygen and carbon isotope composition of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) phytoliths- implications for palaeoecology and archaeology. Journal of Quaternary Science 23, 331–339.
(76) SANGSTER, A.G., HODSON, M.J. & LING, L.E.C. (2009) Biomineralisation / environment interactions in conifers: illustrated by hemlock, Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr. Quaternary International 193, 3-10.
(77) HODSON, M.J. (2009) Climate Change, Agriculture and Food. RuSource- the rural information network, Briefing 765.
(78) STAPLETON, C., HAWKINS, K. & HODSON M. (2009) Soils, Geology and Geomorphology. In Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment. The Natural and Built Environment Series (eds. P. Morris & R. Therivel). Routledge, Abingdon, UK. (3rd Edition) pp. 201-234.
(79) HODSON, M. (2009) The Problem. In Hope for Planet Earth. A Christian Response to Climate Change. A multimedia DVD resource for churches. (eds E. Morrice & F. Moffat). SJI, London. Copies can be purchased HERE
(80) LENG, M.J., SWANN, G.E.A., HODSON, M.J., TYLER, J.J., PATWARDHAN, S.V. & SLOANE, H.J. (2009) The potential use of silicon isotope composition of biogenic silica as a proxy for environmental change. Silicon 1, 65-77.
(81) HODSON, M.J. (2010) Are GM crops necessary to secure global food supplies at affordable prices? GM Crops and Food Security 2010-2050. Associate Parliamentary Food & Health Forum, the House of Commons, London. Download HERE.
(82) PRABAGAR, S., HODSON, M.J. & EVANS, D.E. (2011) Silicon amelioration of aluminium toxicity and cell death in suspension cultures of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.). Environmental and Experimental Botany 70, 266-276.
(83) HODSON, M.J. (2011) Recent progress on aluminium/silicon interactions in higher plants. In the proceedings of the “Fifth Silicon in Agriculture Conference” held in Beijing, China. 65-67.
(84) HODSON, M.J. & HODSON, M.R. (2011) Climate Change, Faith and Rural Communities. Agriculture and Theology Project, Northampton.
(85) HODSON, M.J. & BRYANT, J.A. (2012) Functional Biology of Plants Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.
(86) HODSON, M.J. (2012) Interactive comment on “Comment on: “Possible source of ancient carbon in phytolith concentrates from harvested grasses” by GM Santos et al. (2012)” by LA Sullivan and JF Parr. Biogeosciences Discussions 9, C5886–C5886.
(87) PRESTON, G.W., PARKER, A.G., WALKINGTON, H., LENG, M.J. & HODSON, M.J. (2012) From nomadic herder-hunters to sedentary farmers: the relationship between climate change and ancient subsistence strategies in South-eastern Arabia. Journal of Arid Environments 86, 122-130. Abstract
(88) HODSON, M.J. (2012) Metal toxicity and tolerance in plants. The Biochemist 34 (5), 28-32. (The Biochemist gives permission to upload papers provided that the original source is cited: http://www.biochemist.org/bio/03405/0028/034050028.pdf needs registration)
(89) RUSHTON, E.A.C. &  HODSON, M.J. (2012) Faith, environmental values and understanding: a case study involving Church of England ordinands. JRI Briefing Paper 25, 1-24.
(90) SCHOELYNCK, J., BEAUCHARD, O., JACOBS, S., BAL, K., BARÃO, L., SMIS, A., VAN BERGEN, J., VANDEVENNE, F., MEIRE, P., VAN DER SPIET, T., COOLS, A., VAN PELT, D., HODSON, M.J. & STRUYF, E. (2013) Dissolved silicon and its origin in Belgian beers— A multivariate analysis. Silicon 5, 3-12.  Abstract
(91) HODSON, M.J. & HODSON, M.R. (2013) Climate Justice: contemporary developments in science, policy, action and theology. In Carnival Kingdom - biblical justice for global communities. Eds. M. Hoek, J. Ingleby, C. Kingston-Smith, & A. Kingston-Smith. 125-143. Wide Margin Publishers, Gloucester.
(92) HODSON, M.J. (2013) Losing Hope? The Environmental Crisis Today. Anvil 29 (1), 7-23. DOI: 10.2478/anv-2013-0002
(93) HODSON, M.J. & HODSON, M.R. (2015) The Ethics of Climatic Scepticism. Grove Books Limited, Cambridge.
(94) PRESTON, G.W., THOMAS, D.S.G., GOUDIE, A.S., ATKINSON, O.A.C., LENG, M.J., HODSON, M.J., WALKINGTON, H., CHARPENTIER, V. MÉRY, S., BORGI, F. & PARKER, A.G. (2015) A multi-proxy analysis of the Holocene humid phase from the United Arab Emirates and its implications for southeast Arabia's Neolithic populations. Quaternary International 382, 277–292.
(95) HODSON, M. (2015) How Significant are Conifers for the Silicon Biogeochemical Cycle? Journal of Brief Ideas DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.16669
(96) HODSON, M.J. & HODSON, M.R. (2015) A Christian Guide to Environmental Issues. Bible Reading Fellowship, Abingdon.
(97) HODSON, M.J. (2015)  Paris, Paris- COP 21, a personal reflection and review JRI Special Briefing Paper.
(98) HODSON, M.J. (2016) The Development of Phytoliths in Plants and its Influence on their Chemistry and Isotopic Composition. Implications for Palaeoecology and Archaeology. Journal of Archaeological Science 68, 62-69. doi:10.1016/j.jas.2015.09.002
(99) HODSON, M. (2016) Climate Change in Europe. Vista (communicating research and innovation on mission in Europe) ebullutin 24, 5-6.
(100) HODSON, M.J. (2016) Biodiversity Loss: A Christian Concern? In: Creation Care and the Gospel: Reconsidering the Mission of the Church. Chapter 13. (Eds: C. Bell, R.S. White) Hendrickson, pp.208-220.
(101) PARKER, A.G., PRESTON, G.W., PARTON, A., WALKINGTON, H., JARDINE, P.E., LENG, M.J. & HODSON, M.J. (2016) Low-latitude Holocene hydroclimate derived from lake sediment flux and geochemistry. Journal of Quaternary Science 31, 286-299. doi: 10.1002/jqs.2859
(102) HODSON, M. (2016) Carbon concentrations in phytoliths and carbon sequestration in soil. Journal of Brief Ideas  DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.154351
(103) HODSON, M. & M. (2016) Climate, Soils and God. Country Way 73 (September 2016), pp 12-13.
(104) HODSON, M.J. (2017) Donald Trump, the Environment and the Church. JRI Briefing Paper 32 1-20.
(105) HODSON, M.J. & HODSON, M.R. (2017) An Introduction to Environmental Ethics. Grove Books Limited, Cambridge.
(106) SCHALLER, J., HODSON, M.J. & STRUYF, E. (2017) Is relative Si/Ca availability crucial to the performance of grassland ecosystems? Ecosphere 8 (3) https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.1726
(107) STAPLETON, C., MASTERS-WILLIAMS, H. & HODSON, M.J. (2018) Soils, Land and Geology. In Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment. The Natural and Built Environment Series (eds. R. Therivel & G. Wood). Routledge, Abingdon, UK. (4th Edition) pp. 63-101.
(108) HODSON, M.J. (2018) Phytoliths in Archaeology: Chemical Aspects. Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, 1-8. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-51726-1_3250-1
(109) HODSON, M.J. (2018) One Year On – Donald Trump, the Environment and the Church. JRI Briefing Paper 34
(110) ZURRO, D. &  HODSON, M.J. (2018) Phytoliths in European Archaeological Research. Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-51726-1_3355-1
(111) HOWLES, T., READER, J. &  HODSON, M.J. (2018) ‘Creating an Ecological Citizenship’: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives on The Role of Contemporary Environmental Education. The Heythrop Journal 59 (6), 997-1008. https://doi.org/10.1111/heyj.13015