A.G. Parker
A.G. Parker
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei brookes.ac.uk
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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
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
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
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
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
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 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
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
Biotic response to Late Quaternary global change–the pollen record: a case study from the Upper Thames Valley, England
AG Parker
Biotic Response to Global Change: the Last 145, 265-287, 2000
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
Geomorphological and palaeoenvironmental investigations in the southeastern Arabian Gulf region and the implication for the archaeology of the region
AG Parker, AS Goudie
Geomorphology 101 (3), 458-470, 2008
Responses of African livestock and wild herbivores to drought
Journal of Arid Environments 37 (4), 683-694, 1997
Monitoring of rapid salt weathering in the central Namib Desert using limestone blocks
AS Goudie, HA Viles, AG Parker
Journal of Arid Environments 37 (4), 581-598, 1997
Gathering the People, Settling the Land: The Archaeology of a Middle Thames Landscape: Anglo-Saxon to Post-medieval
S Foreman, J Hiller, D Petts, C Allen, OAGP Archaeology
Oxford Archaeological Unit, 2002
New dates and palaeoenvironmental evidence for the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic occupation of Higueral de Valleja Cave, southern Spain
RP Jennings, FG Pacheco, RNE Barton, SN Collcutt, R Gale, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (9-10), 830-839, 2009
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