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Dr Nick Kim

Senior Lecturer in Applied Environmental Chemistry

School of Health Sciences

Nick's main teaching and research interests lie in the area where applied environmental chemistry meets human health risk assessment. Before coming to Massey, Nick worked as both a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Chemistry at the University of Waikato (1991-2001), and a scientific advisor to the Waikato Regional Council (2002-2011). His background covers a range of applied chemistry areas including environmental chemistry, human and environmental risk assessment, analytical chemistry and forensic science. From his work with local government Nick has broad experience with the technical aspects of applied resource management including regional analysis of air, soil and water quality for state of the environment (SoE) purposes, scientific assessment of resource consents, management of contaminated sites and chemical emergencies, development of regional and national policy in the environmental chemistry area, and provision of expert evidence in Environment Court.

Nick's background covers a range of applied chemistry areas including environmental chemistry, human and environmental risk assessment, analytical chemistry and forensic science. From his work with local government Nick has broad experience with the technical aspects of applied resource management including regional analysis of air, soil and water quality for state of the environment purposes, assessment of resource consents, management of contaminated sites and chemical emergencies, development of regional and national policy in the environmental chemistry area.  He has served as both an expert witness and an independent hearings commissioner.

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Professional

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Chemistry) - University of Canterbury (1990)
  • Bachelor of Science Honours (First Class) - University of Canterbury (1987)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Environmental chemistry of trace elements

Diffuse and other chemical contamination of the environment

Toxic substances, human health and risk assessment

Analytical environmental chemistry

Thematics

Resource Development and Management, Health and Well-being

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Analytical Chemistry (030100): Chemical Science (030000): Environmental Chemistry (incl. Atmospheric Chemistry) (039901):
Environmental Impact Assessment (050204): Environmental Science and Management (050200): Environmental Sciences (050000):
Instrumental Methods (excl. Immunological and Bioassay Methods) (030105):
Land Capability and Soil Degradation (050302): Natural Resource Management (050209):
Other Chemical Sciences (039900):
Soil Chemistry (excl. Carbon Sequestration Science) (050304): Soil Sciences (050300)

Keywords

Environmental chemistry of trace elements

Diffuse and other chemical contamination of the environment

Toxic substances, human health and risk assessment

Analytical environmental chemistry

 

Research Outputs

Journal

Dharmadasa, P., Thunders, M., & Kim, ND. (2017). Maternal cadmium exposure and impact on foetal gene expression through methylation changes. Food and Chemical Toxicology. (Special issue on Toxicoepigenomics)
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N., Thunders, M.
Stewart, C., Kim, ND., Johnston, DM., & Nayyerloo, M. (2016). Health hazards associated with consumption of roof-collected rainwater in urban areas in emergency situations. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 13(10)
[Journal article]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kim, N.
Kim, ND., Taylor, MD., & Drewry, J. (2016). Anthropogenic fluorine accumulation in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions of New Zealand: comparison of field-data with projections. Environmental Earth Sciences. 75(2),
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Robinson, B. (2015). Cadmium: A clandestine threat to food safety. Food Quality and Safety magazine. 22(1), 49-51 Retrieved from http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/wiley/foodquality_20150203/index.php?startid=49#/0
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Analytical chemists.
[Internet publication]Authored by: Kim, N.
Gaw, S., Northcott, G., Kim, N., Wilkins, A., & Jensen, J. (2012). Comparison of earthworm and chemical assays of the bioavailability of aged 1,1-dichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethylene, 1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethane, and heavy metals in orchard soils. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Kim, ND., Briggs, RM., Taylor, A., & Guinto, DF. (2012). An investigation into the process of dealumination in soils of the Auckland, Bay of Plenty and Waikato regions of New Zealand. Applied Clay Science. 64, 18-24
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Lord, G., Kim, N., & Ward, NI. (2012). Arsenic speciation of geothermal waters in New Zealand. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 14(12), 3192-3201
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Gaw, S., Northcott, G., Kim, N., Wilkins, A., & Jensen, J. (2012). Comparison of earthworm and chemical assays of the bioavailability of aged 1,1-dichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethylene, 1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethane, and heavy metals in orchard soils. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 31(6), 1306-1316
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Hill, RB., & Kim, ND. (2010). Where to now for soil quality monitoring indicator target ranges?. New Zealand Soil News. 58(1), 7-12
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Cowie, G., Lawson, W., & Kim, N. (2010). Australian dust causing respiratory disease admissions in some North Island, New Zealand Hospitals. New Zealand Medical Journal. 123(1311), 87-88
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Kim, ND., Hill, RB., & Chapman, R. (2010). A review of soil quality indicators and five key issues after 12 yr soil quality monitoring in the Waikato region. Soil Use and Management. 26(3), 212-224
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., & Kim, ND. (2009). Dealumination as a mechanism for increased acid recoverable aluminium in Waikato mineral soils. Australian Journal of Soil Research. 47(8), 828-838
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Gaw, S., Kim, ND., Northcott, G., Wilkins, A., & Robinson, G. (2008). Developing site-specific guidelines for orchard soils based on bioaccessibility - Can it be done?. Chemistry in New Zealand. April, 47-50 Retrieved from http://researchcommons.waikato.ac.nz/handle/10289/4568
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Gaw, SK., Kim, ND., Northcott, GL., Wilkins, AL., & Robinson, G. (2008). Uptake of ΣDDT, arsenic, cadmium, copper, and lead by lettuce and radish grown in contaminated horticultural soils. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56(15), 6584-6593
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Dabell, K., Hendy, C., Hadfield, J., & Kim, N. (2006). Initial stages of effluent plume development, Kinloch water treatment plant (WTP), Kinloch, Taupo, New Zealand. Journal of Geochemical Exploration. 88(1-3 SPEC. ISS.), 15-18
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Robinson, B., Kim, N., Marchetti, M., Moni, C., Schroeter, L., van den Dijssel, C., . . . Clothier, B. (2006). Arsenic hyperaccumulation by aquatic macrophytes in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 58(1-3), 206-215
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
West, DW., Ling, N., Hicks, BJ., Tremblay, LA., Kim, ND., & Van Den Heuvel, MR. (2006). Cumulative impacts assessment along a large river, using brown bullhead catfish (Ameiurus nebulosus) populations. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 25(7), 1868-1880
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Gaw, SK., Wilkins, AL., Kim, ND., Palmer, GT., & Robinson, P. (2006). Trace element and ΣDDT concentrations in horticultural soils from the Tasman, Waikato and Auckland regions of New Zealand. Science of the Total Environment. 355(1-3), 31-47
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Bennett, RL., Kim, ND., Curran, JM., Coulson, SA., & Newton, AWN. (2003). Spatial variation of refractive index in a pane of float glass. Science and Justice - Journal of the Forensic Science Society. 43(2), 71-76
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Gaw, SK., Palmer, G., Kim, ND., & Wilkins, AL. (2003). Preliminary evidence that copper inhibits the degradation of DDT to DDE in pip and stonefruit orchard soils in the Auckland region, New Zealand. Environmental Pollution. 122(1), 1-5
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Caldwell, JP., & Kim, ND. (2002). Extension of the color suite available for chemical enhancement of fingerprints in blood. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 47(2), 332-340
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Caldwell, JP., Henderson, W., & Kim, ND. (2001). Luminescent visualization of latent fingerprints by direct reaction with a lanthanide shift reagent. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 46(6), 1332-1341
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Speed, DJ., Dickson, SJ., Cairns, ER., & Kim, ND. (2001). Analysis of paracetamol using solid-phase extraction, deuterated internal standards, and gas chromatography - Mass spectrometry. Journal of Analytical Toxicology. 25(3), 198-202
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Speed, DJ., Dickson, SJ., Cairns, ER., & Kim, ND. (2000). Analysis of six anticonvulsant drugs using solid-phase extraction, deuterated internal standards, and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Journal of Analytical Toxicology. 24(8), 685-690
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Caldwell, JP., Henderson, W., & Kim, ND. (2000). ABTS: A safe alternative to DAB for the enhancement of blood fingerprints. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 45(4), 785-794
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
McKinstry, PJ., Indyk, HE., & Kim, ND. (1999). The determination of major and minor elements in milk and infant formula by slurry nebulisation and inductively coupled plasma - optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES). Food Chemistry. 65(2), 245-252 Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0308814698001836
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Murphy, KA., Cartner, AM., Henderson, W., & Kim, ND. (1999). Appraisal of the porphyrin compound, (TPP)Sn(OH)2, as a latent fingerprint reagent. Journal of Forensic Identification. 49(3), 269-282
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Raksasataya, M., Langdon, AG., & Kim, ND. (1997). Inhibition of Pb redistribution by two complexing agents (cryptand and NTA) during a sequential extraction of soil models. Analytica Chimica Acta. 347(3), 313-323
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Caldwell, JP., & Kim, ND. (1997). The response of the intoxilyzer 5000® to five potential interfering substances. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 42(6), 1080-1087
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Burggraaf, S., Wilkins, AL., Langdon, AG., & Kim, ND. (1997). Heavy metals and organic hydrocarbons in sediments from the Waikareao Estuary, Tauranga Harbour, New Zealand. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 58(6), 871-878
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Nieschmidt, AK., & Kim, ND. (1997). Effects of mercury release from amalgam dental restorations during cremation on soil mercury levels of three New Zealand crematoria. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 58(5), 744-751
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Raksasataya, M., Langdon, AG., & Kim, ND. (1996). Assessment of the extent of lead redistribution during sequential extraction by two different methods. Analytica Chimica Acta. 332(1), 1-14
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
McLaren, SJ., & Kim, ND. (1995). Evidence for a seasonal fluctuation of arsenic in New Zealand's longest river and the effect of treatment on concentrations in drinking water. Environmental Pollution. 90(1), 67-73
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N., McLaren, S.
Kim, ND., & Fergusson, JE. (1994). The concentrations, distribution and sources of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc in the atmosphere of an urban environment. Science of the Total Environment, The. 144(1-3), 179-189
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Fergusson, JE. (1994). Seasonal variations in the concentrations of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc in leaves of the horse chesnut (Aesculus hippocastanum L.). Environmental Pollution. 86(1), 89-97
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Hill, SJ. (1993). Sorption of lead and thallium on borosilicate glass and polypropylene: Implications for analytical chemistry and soil science. Environmental Technology (United Kingdom). 14(11), 1015-1026
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, N., & Fergusson, J. (1993). Concentrations and sources of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc in house dust in Christchurch, New Zealand. Science of the Total Environment, The. 138(1-3), 1-21
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Fergusson, JE. (1992). Adsorption of cadmium by an aquent New Zealand soil and its components. Aust. J. Soil Res.. 30(2), 159-167 Retrieved from http://eurekamag.com/research/006/990/adsorption-cadmium-aquent-zealand-soil-components.php
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Fergusson, JE. (1991). Effectiveness of a commonly used sequential extraction technique in determining the speciation of cadmium in soils. Science of the Total Environment, The. 105(C), 191-209
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Fergusson, JE., & Kim, ND. (1991). Trace elements in street and house dusts: sources and speciation. Science of the Total Environment, The. 100(C), 125-150
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.
Harland, PW., Kim, ND., & Petrie, AH. (1989). Kinetic and Electron Impact Studies of the HCO+/COH+. Aust. J. Chem. 42, 9-15
[Journal article]Authored by: Kim, N.

Book

Kim, ND. (2017). Broad-scale contaminants in agricultural soils. In New Zealand’s Freshwater Future (working title). : Bridget Williams Books
[Chapter]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Taylor, MD. (2017). A tale of two metals. In C. Massey, & B. Burlinghame (Eds.) The New Zealand Land & Food Annual 2017: No free lunch. Can New Zealand feed the world sustainably?. (pp. 101 - 118). Auckland: Massey University Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, M., Kim, ND., Smidt, G., Busby, C., McNally, S., Robinson, B., . . . Schnug, E. (2016). Trace element contaminants and radioactivity from phosphate fertiliser. In E. Schnug, & LJ. De Kok (Eds.) Phosphorus in agriculture: 100% zero. (pp. 231 - 266). Netherlands: Springer
[Chapter]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2015). Science and Ink - Archives of Largely Scientific Cartoonistry. Charleston, SC, USA: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
[Authored Book]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2010). Box 5.2 arsenic in bed sediments. In KJ. Collier, DP. Hamilton, WN. Vant, & C. Howard-Williams (Eds.) The Waters of the Waikato. (pp. 80 - 80). : Environment Waikato and the Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research (The University of Waikato)
[Chapter]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Taylor, MD. (2009). Trace Element Monitoring. In Land and Soil Montoring: A Guide for SoE and Regional Council Reporting. (pp. 117 - 158). New Zealand: Land Monitoring Forum, New Zealand
[Chapter]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., & Kim, ND. (2008). The fate of uranium contaminants of phosphate fertilizer. In LJ. De Kok, & E. Schnug (Eds.) Loads and Fate of Fertilizer-derived Uranium. (pp. 147 - 155). Leiden, The Netherlands: Backhuys Publishers
[Chapter]Authored by: Kim, N.

Creative Work

Kim, ND. (2015) Mountain fault. [Exhibition] SAN ANDREAS (Motion Picture)
[Artwork]Authored by: Kim, N.

Report

Vermeulen, V., & Kim, ND. (2016). Imprint and risks of anthropogenic zinc in soils and freshwater ecosystems of the Waikato region. School of Public Health, Massey University Wellington.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2016). Technical review of monitoring for and significance of trace organic compounds in wastewater, lake sediments and eels associated with the Kinleith Pulp & Paper mill. : School of Public Health, Massey University Wellington
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2016). Comments on 1080 consent application. : School of Public Health, Massey University Wellington
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2016). Technical commentary and opinion relating to the nature, health significance and persistence of trace of methamphetamine on indoor surfaces. Report 1: nature and health significance.. : School of Public Health, Massey University Wellington
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., Stewart, C., & Cousins, WJ.(2016). Evolution in water quality over one year in emergency rainwater collection tanks installed in the Wellington region, New Zealand. (Report No. GNS Science Report 2015/59). Wellington, New Zealand: Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Limited
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & van Voorthuysen, R.(2015). Commissioner's Decision Report and Consent Conditions: Tasman District Council’s Global River Spraying Consent Applications. Online: Tasman District Council
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Beban, JG., Stewart, C., Kim, ND., Cousins, WJ., Leonard, GS., Wright, KC., . . . Johnson, DM.(2015). Challenges of installing and maintaining 200-litre emergency rainwater tanks in the Wellington region. : GNS Science
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., Taylor, MD., & Rumsby, A.(2013). Inventory and prioritisation of diffuse contamination issues in the Waikato Region. Waikato Regional Council Technical Report 2013/04. (Report No. Waikato Regional Council Technical Report 2013/04). : Waikato Regional Council
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2011). Briefing notes - PM10 in towns monitored by Waikato Regional Council to year ending 2010 – air quality, sources and trends.. (Report No. Waikato Regional Council document number 1949807).
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2010). Diffuse Contamination Issues in the Waikato Region: an Identification and Ranking (Environment Waikato Internal Series 2010/09). (Report No. Environment Waikato Internal Series 2010/09).
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., Taylor, MD., & Rumsby, A.(2014). Inventory and prioritisation of diffuse contamination issues in the Waikato region. (Report No. Waikato Regional Council Technical Report 2013/04).
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2010). PM10 in towns monitored by Waikato regional Council to year ending 2010 - air quality, sources and trends. New Zealand: Environment Waikato
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2010). Diffuse Contamination issues in the Waikato Region: an identification and ranking. New Zealand: Environment Waikato Regional Council
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Rumsby, A.(2008). Trace Elements in sediments of the lower Eastern coast of the Firth of Thames. (Report No. TR2007/08). Hamilton New Zealand: Environment Waikato
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2008). Cadmium accumulation in Waikato soils. (Report No. TR2005/51). Hamilton, New Zealand: Environment Waikato
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., & Smith, J.(2006). Review of science relating to discharges from the Kinleith pulp and paper mill. (Report No. TR2005/58). Hamilton New Zealand: Environment Waikato
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.
Piper, J., & Kim, ND.(2006). Arsenic in groundwater of the Waikato region. (Report No. TR2006/14). Hamilton, New Zealand: Environment Waikato
[Technical Report]Authored by: Kim, N.

Conference

Bull, D., Kim, ND., Sheldon, P., & MacKenzie, A. (2017). Impact of soil class on the bioavailability of arsenic in orchards of the Tasman District. , WasteMINZ Annual Conference 2017: Purpose, Progress and Potential
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., & Kim, ND. (2016). Trends in P, Cd, F and U at soil quality monitoring sites in the Waikato region 2007-2015. Poster session presented at the meeting of 2016 NZASSS Conference “Soil – A Balancing Act Downunder”. Queenstown, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Kim, N.
Heydari, A., Kim, N., Bromhead, C., Horswell, J., & Palmer, B. (2016). Investigation of heavy metal and antibiotic resistance in bacteria from agricultural soils in New Zealand. , New Zealand Microbiology Society Annual Meeting 2016
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Bromhead, C., Kim, N., Palmer, B.
Brough, L., Jin, Y., Coad, J., Weber, JL., Thomson, J., & Kim, ND. (2016). Fluoride intakes in pregnant women in Palmerston North, New Zealand. In Nutrients 2017 Vol. 239 (pp. 5 - 5). , Joint Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of New Zealand and the Nutrition Society of Australia: MDPI AG
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Brough, L., Coad, J., Jin, Y., Kim, N., Thomson, J., Weber, J.
Taylor, MD., Cavanagh, JE., Curran-Cournane, F., Guinto, D., Gray, C., Drewry, J., . . . Schnug, E. (2014). Background concentrations of major and trace elements in New Zealand soils by XRF and acid extraction compared to world literature. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Soil Science Society Conference “Soil Science for Future Generations”, December 1-4, 2014. Hamilton, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Kim, N.
Thunders, M., Kim, ND., & Page, R. (2014). Sex, worms, genes and cadmium. In NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2014 Book of Abstracts(pp. 42 - 42). , New Zealand Trace Elements Group Conference 2014 Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Trace Elements Group
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N., Thunders, M.
Kim, ND., Taylor, M., & Drewry, J. (2014). Accumulation and behaviour of fluorine in agricultural soils of two regions: what the field data reveals. In NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2014 Book of Abstracts(pp. 36 - 36). , New Zealand Trace Elements Group Conference 2014 Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Trace Elements Group
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Kratz, S., Kim, ND., & Drewry, J. (2014). Fertiliser associated trace elements in 2 transects of soils away from an airfield fertiliser bin sampled 20 years apart. In NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2014 Book of Abstracts(pp. 34 - 34). , New Zealand Trace Elements Group Conference 2014 Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Trace Elements Group
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Mitchell, TA., Davy, PK., & Kim, ND. (2014). Arsenic in outdoor air from burning of CCA-treated timber in home fires. In NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2014 Book of Abstracts(pp. 6 - 6). , New Zealand Trace Elements Group Conference 2014 Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Trace Elements Group
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.(2014). Book of Abstracts. New Zealand Trace Elements Group Conference 2014.. . Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Trace Elements Group
[Conference Other]Authored by: Kim, N.Edited by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2010, February). Diffuse trace element contaminants in agricultural soils, with special emphasis on cadmium. Presented at New Zealand Institute of Environmental Health Conference 2010. Great Lake Centre, Taupo.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Kim, ND., Taylor, A., & Guinto, D. (2010). Dealumination in soil of the Auckland, Bay of Plenty and Waikato Regions, New Zealand. In ACMS Conference 2010 Extended Abstracts(pp. 119 - 120). , Australian Clay Minerals Society Conference 2010 Brisbane, Australia: Australian Clay Minerals Society
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., Mitchell, T., Davy, P., Ancelet, T., & Trompetter, B. (2013). Arsenic concentrations in a suburban New Zealand wood burning community. 21st Clean Air and Environment Conference Proceedings. http://emobilise.com.au/files/programs/56/abstracts/10781.pdf: 21st Clean Air and Environment Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2012, February). Yes, but is there an immediate risk? Establishing acute risk levels and responses at Moanataiari in Thames. Presented at NZ Institute of Environmental Health Conference 2012. Convention Centre, Palmerston North.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Kim, ND., & Hill, R. (2011). A trace element analysis of soil quality samples from the Waikato region. In LD. Currie, & CL. Christensen (Eds.) Adding to the Knowledge base for Nutrient Manager. (pp. 1 - 7). New Zealand: 24th Annual FLRC Workshop
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Kim, ND., & Hill, R. (2011). A trace element analysis of soil quality samples from the Waikato region. In Adding to the Knowledge Base for the Nutrient Manager, Annual Fertilizer & Lime Research Workshop New Zealand: Feretilizer & Lime Research Centre
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Lord, S., Beard, S., Kim, ND., Luketina, K., & Ward, N. (2011). Arsenic total and speciation analysis of geothermal waters from the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand. In Book of Abstracts 2011, NZ Institute of Chemistry New Zealand: NZ Institute of Chemistry
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Kim, ND., Taylor, AL., & Guinto, D. (2010). Is Dealumination Limited to the Waikato Region of New Zealand or is it Wider Spread?. Proceedings of 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a Changing World. (pp. 90 - 92). Australia: 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a Changing World
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kim, N.
Taylor, MD., Kim, ND., Hill, R., & Stevenson, BA. (2010). Comparison of soil quality targets and background concentrations in soil of the Waikato Region, New Zealand. World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a changing WorldProceedings of the 19th. (pp. 28 - 31). Australia: 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a changing World
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., Taylor, M., Chapman, R., Harris, J., & Robinson, P. (2008, February). Inadvertent sources of trace elements in Waikato's rural soils. Presented at NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008. Hamilton, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND., Taylor, M., Chapman, R., Harris, J., & Robinson, P.(2008, February 13). Inadvertent sources of trace elements in Waikato's rural soils. In Proceedings of NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008, NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Rumsby, A., & Kim, ND. (2008, February). Trace elements enrichment in the Firth of Thames. Presented at NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008. Hamilton, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kim, N.
Rumsby, A., & Kim, ND.(2008, February 13). Trace Element Enrichment in Sediments of the Lower Eastern Firth of Thames. In Proceedings of NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008, NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Rumsby, A., & Kim, ND. (2008, February). Are urban lakes contaminated land?. Presented at NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008. Hamilton, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kim, N.
Rumsby, A., & Kim, ND.(2008, February 13). When are urban lakes contaminated land?. In Proceedings of NZ Trace Elements Group Conference, NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008 New Zealand: NZ Trace Elements Group
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Sutton, C., Kim, ND., Wilkins, A., & Langdon, A. (2008, February). Trace Elements in Hamilton Air. Presented at NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008. Hamilton, New zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kim, N.
Sutton, C., Kim, ND., Wilkins, A., & Langdon, A. (2008). Trace elements in Hamilton Air. In Proceedings of NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008, NZ Trace Elements Group Conference 2008 New Zealand: NZ Trace Elements Group
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kim, N.
Gaw, SK., Kim, ND., Northcott, GL., Wilkins, AL., & Robinson, G. (2006, November). Developing site-specific guidelines for orchard soils based on bioaccessibility - can it be done?. Presented at Waste management Institute of New Zealand (WasteMINZ)Annual Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kim, N.

Other

Kim, ND. (2015). Deferential equations.. (pp. 35 - 35). Philadelphia Association for Critical Thinking
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2015). Antibiotic resistance. (pp. 7 - 7).
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2015). Genetic engineering 101. (pp. 5 - 5). Philadelphia Association for Critical Thinking
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2015). Thermodynamics and steak knives. (pp. 3 - 3). Philadelphia Association for Critical Thinking
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Eagerness.. (pp. 102 - 102). New Zealand Institute of Chemistry
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). State-of-the-Art Sample Preparation.. Texere Publishing Limited
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Peer review process.. (pp. 14 - 14). Texere Publishing Limited
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Watson & Crick.. (pp. 13 - 13). Texere Publishing Limited
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Analytical Chemists as Book Reviewers. (pp. 19 - 19). Texere Publishing Limited
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Lunch through the mass spectrometer.. (pp. 12 - 12). Texere Publishing Limited
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Analytical Chemists.. (pp. 14 - 14). Texere Publishing Limited
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Ignore the dinosaur.. (pp. 7 - 7). NZ Skeptics (Inc.) (New Zealand Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal)
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Fusion cooking.. (pp. 6 - 6). NZ Skeptics (Inc.) (New Zealand Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal)
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Black cat.. (pp. 8 - 8). NZ Skeptics (Inc.) (New Zealand Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal)
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Forward stance.. Annals of Improbable Research
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Pedantic aliens.. (pp. 21 - 21). Annals of Improbable Research
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Rutherford.. (pp. 25 - 25). Annals of Improbable Research
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Criminal arthropods.. (pp. 28 - 28). Annals of Improbable Research
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2014). Elderly carnivores.. (pp. 28 - 28). Annals of Improbable Research
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2013). Bullet-point format.. (pp. 8 - 8). NZ Skeptics (Inc.) (New Zealand Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal)
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2013). Detectives who are fish.. (pp. 1 - 1). Annals of Improbable Research
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND. (2010). Diffuse Contamination Issues in the Waikato Region: an Identification and Ranking. Environment Waikato Internal Series 2010/09.
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.Nearing Zero cartoons (and online archive).
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.University of Waikato School of Science and Engineering annual wall calendar (every year from 1995 to 2011).
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.
Kim, ND.Briefing notes - PM10 in towns monitored by Waikato Regional Council to year ending 2010 – air quality, sources and trends. Waikato Regional Council document number 1949807. Waikato Regional Council - Internal
[Other]Authored by: Kim, N.

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    Genetic, epigenetic and reproductive impacts of low-level exposure to environmentally ubiquitous contaminants

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    Sustainable food systems and sustainable diets of Pacific Island Countries and other Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
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    Molecular Aspects of Horizontal Gene Transfer and Resistance Mechanism Induced by Heavy Metals in Bacterial Isolates

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