A.G. Parker
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Global environments through the quaternary: exploring evironmental change
DE Anderson, D Anderson, A Goudie, A Parker
Oxford University Press, USA, 2013
The southern route “out of Africa”: evidence for an early expansion of modern humans into Arabia
SJ Armitage, SA Jasim, AE Marks, AG Parker, VI Usik, HP Uerpmann
Science 331 (6016), 453-456, 2011
A record of Holocene climate change from lake geochemical analyses in southeastern Arabia
AG Parker, AS Goudie, S Stokes, K White, MJ Hodson, M Manning, ...
Quaternary Research 66 (3), 465-476, 2006
A review of the mid-Holocene elm decline in the British Isles
AG Parker, AS Goudie, DE Anderson, MA Robinson, C Bonsall
Progress in Physical Geography 26 (1), 1-45, 2002
Holocene vegetation dynamics in the northeastern Rub'al‐Khali desert, Arabian Peninsula: a phytolith, pollen and carbon isotope study
AG Parker, L Eckersley, MM Smith, AS Goudie, S Stokes, S Ward, K White, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 19 (7), 665-676, 2004
Pollen and sediments of Daisy Banks Fen. In Excavations at Barrow Hills, Radley, Oxfordshire volume 1.
A Parker
Halpin, C and Barclay, A, 254-67, 1999
Hominin Dispersal into the Nefud Desert and Middle Palaeolithic Settlement along the Jubbah Palaeolake, Northern Arabia
MD Petraglia, A Alsharekh, P Breeze, C Clarkson, R Crassard, NA Drake, ...
PloS one 7 (11), e49840, 2012
Pleistocene climate change in Arabia: developing a framework for Hominin dispersal over the last 350 ka
AG Parker
The Evolution of Human Populations in Arabia, 39-49, 2010
Middle Paleolithic occupation on a marine isotope stage 5 lakeshore in the Nefud Desert, Saudi Arabia
MD Petraglia, AM Alsharekh, R Crassard, NA Drake, H Groucutt, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 30 (13-14), 1555-1559, 2011
Palaeoclimate in the Saharan and Arabian Deserts during the Middle Palaeolithic and the potential for hominin dispersals
NA Drake, P Breeze, A Parker
Quaternary International 300, 48-61, 2013
The greening of Arabia: Multiple opportunities for human occupation of the Arabian Peninsula during the Late Pleistocene inferred from an ensemble of climate model simulations
RP Jennings, J Singarayer, EJ Stone, U Krebs-Kanzow, V Khon, ...
Quaternary International 382, 181-199, 2015
Latest Pleistocene and Holocene dune construction at the north‐eastern edge of the Rub Al Khali, United Arab Emirates
AS Goudie, A Colls, S Stokes, A Parker, K White, A Al‐Farraj
Sedimentology 47 (5), 1011-1021, 2001
Population characteristics of the common toad (Bufo bufo) visiting a breeding site in mid-Wales
SP Gittins, AG Parker, FM Slater
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 161-173, 1980
The forensic analysis of soils and sediment taken from the cast of a footprint
PA Bull, A Parker, RM Morgan
Forensic Science International 162 (1-3), 6-12, 2006
Rapid climatic signal propagation from source to sink in a southern California sediment-routing system
JA Covault, BW Romans, A Fildani, M McGann, SA Graham
The Journal of Geology 118 (3), 247-259, 2010
Palaeoenvironmental evidence from H3, Kuwait
AG Parker
Maritime interactions in the Arabian Neolithic: evidence from H 3, 189-201, 2010
Pots, people and the archaeology of death in northern Syria and southern Anatolia in the latter half of the third millennium BC
E Carter, A Parker, S Campbell, A Green
The archaeology of death in the ancient Near East, 96-116, 1995
Silicon, oxygen and carbon isotope composition of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) phytoliths: implications for palaeoecology and archaeology
MJ Hodson, AG Parker, MJ Leng, HJ Sloane
Journal of Quaternary Science 23 (4), 331-339, 2008
Human occupation of the Arabian empty quarter during MIS 5: evidence from Mundafan Al-Buhayrah, Saudi Arabia
HS Groucutt, TS White, L Clark-Balzan, A Parton, R Crassard, C Shipton, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 119, 116-135, 2015
Orbital-scale climate variability in Arabia as a potential motor for human dispersals
A Parton, TS White, AG Parker, PS Breeze, R Jennings, HS Groucutt, ...
Quaternary International 382, 82-97, 2015
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