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Professor Andrew Parker

Professor Andrew Parker

Associate Professor of Organisation Studies

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+44 (0) 1392 723485

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Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK

Andrew Parker joined the Business School in February 2017 as a senior lecturer in organisation studies. His research uses the lens of network theory to better understand problem solving processes, innovation, knowledge transfer, turnover and performance within organizations. He has conducted social network analysis research in over 70 multinational organizations and government agencies.

He was a Senior Consultant at IBM’s Institute for Knowledge Management, a research fellow at the Network Roundtable at the University of Virginia as well as an advisor to the Knowledge and Innovation Network at Warwick Business School. In addition, he has recently been a visiting professor at MelNet, a network research group based at the University of Melbourne and a visiting professor at the University of Kentucky's LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis.

His research has appeared in Science, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, Journal of Applied Psychology, Management Communication Quarterly, M@n@gement, Social Networks, Sloan Management Review, Organizational Dynamics and California Management Review. He is the co-author of The Hidden Power of Social Networks. He received his PhD from Stanford University.

Nationality: British, American

Qualifications

  • PhD Sociology (Stanford University)
  • MA Economics (Northeastern University)
  • MSc Development Studies (London School of Economics)
  • BSc Political Science (Northeastern University)

Research interests

  • Social networks
  • Problem solving
  • Energizing relationships

My recent published research examines how managers and employees can utilize their social networks --the relationships they have with other individuals-- to help them with their work. In particular, I focus on how managers can use their social networks to solve complex problems that result in creative and valuable solutions.  The fundamental challenge of problem solving is recombining diverse knowledge. However, diverse knowledge often resides outside an individual’s local work context. I examine the trade-off between obtaining relevant knowledge and the ability to recognize and assimilate the knowledge.

I am also interested in how an individual's energizing and de-energizing ties can influence their performance and their likelihood of staying or leaving an organization. We find that employees who perceive their interactions with others inside the organization as increasing their level of energy have a reduced likelihood of voluntary turnover. In contrast, when others within the organization perceive an individual as being de-energizing that individual is at higher risk of involuntary turnover. We have also found that de-energizing relationships in organizations are associated with decreased performance. However, the effects of de-energizing relationships on performance can be moderated by the extent to which an individual feels a sense of thriving (a feeling of vitality and learning) at work.

Research projects

Andrew is currently working on the following projects:

  • Network brokerage, helping and trust in organizations
  • The effect of extraversion on energizing interactions
  • The dynamics of advice seeking processes after an acquisition event
  • Network models for the analysis of social influence in organizations

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Parker A, Tippmann E, Kratochvil R (In Press). Accessing diverse knowledge for problem solving in the MNC: a network mobilization perspective. Global Strategy Journal Full text.
Tröster C, Parker A, van Knippenberg D, Sahlmüller B (In Press). The Coevolution of Social Networks and Thoughts of Quitting. Academy of Management Journal Full text. DOI.
Tippmann E, Sharkey Scott P, Parker A (2017). Boundary Capabilities in MNCs: Knowledge Transformation for Creative Solution Development. Journal of Management Studies, 54(4), 455-482. Full text. DOI.
Gerbasi A, Porath CL, Parker A, Spreitzer G, Cross R (2015). Destructive de-energizing relationships: How thriving buffers their effect on performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(5), 1423-1433. Full text. DOI.
Parker A, Halgin DS, Borgatti SP (2015). Dynamics of Social Capital: Effects of Performance Feedback on Network Change. Organization Studies, 37(3), 375-397. Full text. DOI.
Rhoten D, Parker A (2004). Risks and rewards of an interdiciplinary research path. Science, 306(5704). DOI.

Publications by category


Books

Cross RL, Parker A (2004). The Hidden Power of Social Networks Understanding how Work Really Gets Done in Organizations., Harvard Business Press. Abstract.
Cross R, Parker A, Sasson L (2003). Networks in the Knowledge Economy., Oxford University Press. Abstract.

Journal articles

Parker A, Tippmann E, Kratochvil R (In Press). Accessing diverse knowledge for problem solving in the MNC: a network mobilization perspective. Global Strategy Journal Full text.
Tröster C, Parker A, van Knippenberg D, Sahlmüller B (In Press). The Coevolution of Social Networks and Thoughts of Quitting. Academy of Management Journal Full text. DOI.
Tippmann E, Sharkey Scott P, Parker A (2017). Boundary Capabilities in MNCs: Knowledge Transformation for Creative Solution Development. Journal of Management Studies, 54(4), 455-482. Full text. DOI.
Hatjidis D, Parker A (2017). The relationship between universal network perceptions and dyadic network perceptions and their effect on employees’ behavioral reactions to organizational change. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 30(7), 1030-1043. Abstract. DOI.
Shah NP, Parker A, Waldstrøm C (2016). Examining the overlap: Individual performance benefits of multiplex relationships. Management Communication Quarterly, 31, 5-38. Full text. DOI.
Kahn WA, Cross R, Parker A (2016). Layers of Diagnosis for Planned Relational Change in Organizations. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 39(3), 259-280. DOI.
Parker A, Gerbasi A (2016). The impact of energizing interactions on voluntary and involuntary turnover. M@n@gement, 19(3), 177-177. Full text. DOI.
Karaberou G, Varnavas SP, Carter J, Parker A (2015). Concentrations of some heavy metals in fir foliage in soils overlying limestones rich in bauxite and the effect of soil pH on metal uptake. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 24(12C), 4816-4824. Abstract.
Gerbasi A, Porath CL, Parker A, Spreitzer G, Cross R (2015). Destructive de-energizing relationships: How thriving buffers their effect on performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(5), 1423-1433. Full text. DOI.
Parker A, Halgin DS, Borgatti SP (2015). Dynamics of Social Capital: Effects of Performance Feedback on Network Change. Organization Studies, 37(3), 375-397. Full text. DOI.
Johnson T, Butcher J, Deb D, Faizullabhoy M, Hummel P, Kittle J, Mcginnis S, Mearns LO, Nover D, Parker A, et al (2015). Modeling Streamflow and Water Quality Sensitivity to Climate Change and Urban Development in 20 U.S. Watersheds. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 51(5), 1321-1341. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Cross SH, Jackson IJ, Hardisty-Hughes R, Morse S, Nicholson G, Coghill E, Bowl MR, Brown SDM (2015). The goya mouse mutant reveals distinct newly identified roles for map3k1 in the development and survival of cochlear sensory hair cells. DMM Disease Models and Mechanisms, 8(12), 1555-1568. Abstract. DOI.
Reis A, Parker A, Alencoão A (2014). Storage and origin of metals in active stream sediments from mountainous rivers: a case study in the River Douro basin (North Portugal). Applied Geochemistry, 44, 69-79. Abstract. DOI.
Olt J, Mburu P, Johnson SL, Parker A, Kuhn S, Bowl M, Marcotti W, Brown SDM (2014). The actin-binding proteins Eps8 and gelsolin have complementary roles in regulating the growth and stability of mechanosensory hair bundles of mammalian cochlear outer hair cells. PLoS ONE, 9(1). Abstract. DOI.
Geng R, Sotomayor M, Kinder KJ, Gopal SR, Gerka-Stuyt J, Chen DHC, Hardisty-Hughes RE, Ball G, Parker A, Gaudet R, et al (2013). Noddy, a mouse harboring a missense mutation in protocadherin-15, reveals the impact of disrupting a critical interaction site between tip-link cadherins in inner ear hair cells. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(10), 4395-4404. Abstract. DOI.
Tateossian H, Morse S, Parker A, Mburu P, Warr N, Acevedo-Arozena A, Cheeseman M, Wells S, Brown SDM (2013). Otitis media in the Tgif knockout mouse implicates TGFβ signalling in chronic middle ear inflammatory disease. Human Molecular Genetics, 22(13), 2553-2565. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Gerbasi A, Porath CL (2013). The effects of de-energizing ties in organizations and how to manage them. Organizational Dynamics, 42(2), 110-118. Full text. DOI.
Johnson TE, Butcher JB, Parker A, Weaver CP (2012). Investigating the sensitivity of U.S. streamflow and water quality to climate change: U.S. EPA global change research program's 20 watersheds project. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 138(5), 453-464. Abstract. DOI.
Acevedo-Arozena A, Kalmar B, Essa S, Ricketts T, Joyce P, Kent R, Rowe C, Parker A, Gray A, Hafezparast M, et al (2011). A comprehensive assessment of the SOD1<sup>G93A</sup>low-copy transgenic mouse, which models human amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. DMM Disease Models and Mechanisms, 4(5), 686-700. Abstract. DOI.
Cheeseman MT, Tyrer HE, Williams D, Hough TA, Pathak P, Romero MR, Hilton H, Bali S, Parker A, Vizor L, et al (2011). HIF-VEGF pathways are critical for chronic otitis media in Junbo and Jeff mouse mutants. PLoS Genetics, 7(10). Abstract. DOI.
Bhutta MF, Hedge EA, Parker A, Cheeseman MT, Brown SDM (2011). Oto-endoscopy: a reliable and validated technique for phenotyping otitis media in the mouse. Hearing Research, 272(1-2), 5-12. Abstract. DOI.
Hardisty-Hughes RE, Parker A, Brown SDM (2010). A hearing and vestibular phenotyping pipeline to identify mouse mutants with hearing impairment. Nature Protocols, 5(1), 177-190. Abstract. DOI.
Zou R, Liu Y, Riverson J, Parker A, Carter S (2010). A nonlinearity interval mapping scheme for efficient waste load allocation simulation-optimization analysis. Water Resources Research, 46(8). Abstract. DOI.
RECZYNSKI W, JAKUBOWSKA M, GOLAS J, PARKER A, KUBICA B (2010). Chemistry of sediments from the Dobczyce Reservoir, Poland, and the environmental implications. International Journal of Sediment Research, 25(1), 28-38. Abstract. DOI.
Mburu P, Romero MR, Hilton H, Parker A, Townsend S, Kikkawa Y, Brown SDM (2010). Gelsolin plays a role in the actin polymerization complex of hair cell stereocilia. PLoS ONE, 5(7). Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Hardisty-Hughes RE, Wisby L, Joyce S, Brown SDM (2010). Melody, an ENU mutation in Caspase 3, alters the catalytic cysteine residue and causes sensorineural hearing loss in mice. Mammalian Genome, 21(11-12), 565-576. Abstract. DOI.
Mandillo S, Tucci V, Hölter SM, Meziane H, Al Banchaabouchi M, Kallnik M, Lad HV, Nolan PM, Ouagazzal AM, Coghill EL, et al (2010). Reliability, robustness, and reproducibility in mouse behavioral phenotyping: a cross-laboratory study (Physiological Genomics (2008) 34, (243-255) DOI: 10.1152/physiolgenomics.90207.2008). Physiological Genomics, 40(3). DOI.
Bortolozzi M, Brini M, Parkinson N, Crispino G, Scimemi P, De Siati RD, Di Leva F, Parker A, Ortolano S, Arslan E, et al (2010). The novel PMCA2 pump mutation Tommy impairs cytosolic calcium clearance in hair cells and links to deafness in mice. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 285(48), 37693-37703. Abstract. DOI.
Parker AF, Owens PR, Libohova Z, Wu XB, Wilding LP, Archer SR (2010). Use of terrain attributes as a tool to explore the interaction of vertic soils and surface hydrology in South Texas playa wetland systems. Journal of Arid Environments, 74(11), 1487-1493. Abstract. DOI.
MacKenzie FE, Parker A, Parkinson NJ, Oliver PL, Brooker D, Underhill P, Lukashkina VA, Lukashkin AN, Holmes C, Brown SDM, et al (2009). Analysis of the mouse mutant Cloth-ears shows a role for the voltage-gated sodium channel Scn8a in peripheral neural hearing loss. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 8(7), 699-713. Abstract. DOI.
Hettiarachchi NT, Parker A, Dallas ML, Pennington K, Hung CC, Pearson HA, Boyle JP, Robinson P, Peers C (2009). α-Synuclein modulation of Ca2+ signaling in human neuroblastoma (SH-SY5Y) cells. Journal of Neurochemistry, 111(5), 1192-1201. Abstract. DOI.
Mandillo S, Tucci V, Hölter SM, Meziane H, Al Banchaabouchi M, Kallnik M, Lad HV, Nolan PM, Ouagazzal AM, Coghill EL, et al (2008). Reliability, robustness, and reproducibility in mouse behavioral phenotyping: a cross-laboratory study. Physiological Genomics, 34(3), 243-255. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Bergmann H, Heininger P, Leeks GJ, Old GH (2007). Sampling of sediments and suspended matter. Sustainable Management of Sediment Resources, 1, 1-34. DOI.
Thornley DM, Wilkinson WB, Parker A (2006). A preliminary investigation of the release of oil from contaminated clays and other fine-grained sediments during consolidation. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 39(4), 375-390. Abstract. DOI.
Linder JC, Cross R, Parker A (2006). All charged up. Business Strategy Review, 17(3), 25-29. DOI.
Parker A, Pollard AM (2006). Archaeological geochemistry. Applied Geochemistry, 21(10). DOI.
Tucci V, Lad HV, Parker A, Polley S, Brown SDM, Nolan PM (2006). Gene-environment interactions differentially affect mouse strain behavioral parameters. Mammalian Genome, 17(11), 1113-1120. Abstract. DOI.
Zou R, Carter S, Shoemaker L, Parker A, Henry T (2006). Integrated hydrodynamic and water quality modeling system to support nutrient total maximum daily load development for Wissahickon Creek, Pennsylvania. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 132(4), 555-566. Abstract. DOI.
Cook SR, Parker A (2006). Sequential extraction and single-step cold-acid extraction: a feasibility study for use with freshwater-canal sediments. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 170(1-4), 95-105. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Laseter T, Parker A, Velasquez G (2006). Using Social Network Analysis to Improve Communities of Practice. California Management Review, 49(1), 32-60. Full text. DOI.
Shen J, Parker A, Riverson J (2005). A new approach for a Windows-based watershed modeling system based on a database-supporting architecture. Environmental Modelling and Software, 20(9), 1127-1138. Abstract. DOI.
Allan IJ, House WA, Parker A, Carter JE (2005). Diffusion of the synthetic pyrethroid permethrin into bed-sediments. Environmental Science and Technology, 39(2), 523-530. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Parker A (2004). Charged up: Creating energy in organizations. Journal of Organizational Excellence, 23(4), 3-14. DOI.
Rhoten D, Parker A (2004). Risks and rewards of an interdiciplinary research path. Science, 306(5704). DOI.
Barceló D, Petrovic M, de Deckere E, Bakker JF, Scrimshaw M, Stegemann J, Kowalewska G, Heininger P, Vale C, Hansen PD, et al (2004). Synthesis of the SedNet work package 3 outcomes. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 4(4), 223-224. DOI.
Pelig-Ba KB, Parker A, Price M (2004). Trace element geochemistry from the Birrimian metasediments of the Northern Region of Ghana. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 153(1-4), 69-93. Abstract. DOI.
Allan IJ, House WA, Parker A, Carter JE (2004). Transport and distribution of lindane and simazine in a riverine environment: Measurements in bed sediments and modelling. Pest Management Science, 60(5), 417-433. Abstract. DOI.
Cook SR, Parker A (2003). Geochemical changes to dredged canal sediments following land spreading: a review. Land Contamination and Reclamation, 11(4), 405-410. Abstract. DOI.
Warren N, Allan IJ, Carter JE, House WA, Parker A (2003). Pesticides and other micro-organic contaminants in freshwater sedimentary environments - a review. Applied Geochemistry, 18(2), 159-194. Abstract. DOI.
Stewart AG, Carter J, Parker A, Alloway BJ (2003). The illusion of environmental iodine deficiency. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 25(1), 165-170. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Baker W, Parker A (2003). What creates energy in organizations?. Mit Sloan Management Review, 44, 51-56.
Maas RP, Patch SC, Parker AFW (2002). An assessment of lead exposure potential from residential cutoff valves. Journal of Environmental Health, 65(1), 9-14. Abstract.
Zhang G, Yan J, Fu JM, Parker A, Li XD, Wang ZS (2002). Butyltins in sediments and biota from the Pearl River Delta, South China. Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability, 14(1-4), 35-42. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Parker A, Borgatti SP (2002). Making invisible work visible: Social network analysis and strategic collaboration. California Management Review, 44, 25-47. Full text. DOI.
Zhang G, Parker A, House A, Mai B, Li X, Kang Y, Wang Z (2002). Sedimentary records of DDT and HCH in the Pearl River Delta, South China. Environmental Science and Technology, 36(17), 3671-3677. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Nohria N, Parker A (2002). Six myths about informal networks - and how to overcome them. MIT Sloan Management Review, 43(3), 67-75. Abstract.
Cross R, Nohria N, Parker A (2002). Six myths about informal networks – and how to. overcome them. Mit Sloan Management Review, 43, 66-75.
Simpson LA, Thomsen M, Alloway BJ, Parker A (2001). A dynamic reaction cell (DRC) solution to oxide-based interferences in inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) analysis of the noble metals. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 16(12), 1375-1380. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Borgatti SP, Parker A (2001). Beyond answers: dimensions of the advice network. Social Networks, 23(3), 215-235. DOI.
Stephens SR, Alloway BJ, Parker A, Carter JE, Hodson ME (2001). Changes in the leachability of metals from dredged canal sediments during drying and oxidation. Environmental Pollution, 114(3), 407-413. Abstract. DOI.
Pelig-Ba KB, Parker A, Price M (2001). Elemental contamination of rainwater by airborne dust in Tamale township area of the northern region of Ghana. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 23(4), 333-346. Abstract.
Cross R, Rice R, Parker A (2001). Information seeking in social context: structural influences and receipt of information benefits. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part C (Applications and Reviews), 31(4), 438-448. DOI.
Cross R, Parker A, Prusak L, Borgatti SP (2001). Knowing what we know: Supporting knowledge creation and sharing in social networks. Organizational Dynamics, 30(2), 100-120. DOI.
Cross R, Parker A, Prusak L, Borgatti SP (2001). Knowing what we know: Supporting knowledge creation and transfer in social networks. Organizational Dynamics, 30, 61-82.
Klauber C, Parker A, Van Bronswijk W, Watling H (2001). Sulphur speciation of leached chalcopyrite surfaces as determined by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. International Journal of Mineral Processing, 62(1-4), 65-94. Abstract. DOI.
Stephens SR, Alloway BJ, Carter JE, Parker A (2001). Towards the characterisation of heavy metals in dredged canal sediments and an appreciation of 'availability': Two examples from the UK. Environmental Pollution, 113(3), 395-401. Abstract. DOI.
Chambers MH, Lawrence DSL, Sellwood BW, Parker A (2000). Annual layering in the Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge clay formation, UK, quantified using an ultra-high resolution SEM-EDX investigation. Sedimentary Geology, 137(1-2), 9-23. Abstract. DOI.
Daniels WM, House WA, Rae JE, Parker A (2000). The distribution of micro-organic contaminants in river bed-sediment cores. Science of the Total Environment, 253(1-3), 81-92. Abstract. DOI.
Brown JE, McDonald P, Willans M, Parker A, Rae JE (1999). Modelling the contribution of individual radionuclides to the total gamma air kerma rate for the sediments of the Ribble Estuary, NW England. Journal of Radiological Protection, 19(4), 339-352. Abstract. DOI.
Brown JE, McDonald P, Parker A, Rae JE (1999). The vertical distribution of radionuclides in a Ribble Estuary saltmarsh: Transport and deposition of radionuclides. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 43(3), 259-275. Abstract. DOI.
Daniels WM, House WA, Zhmud BV, Rae JE, Parker A (1998). Diffusive movement of simazine and lindane in river-bed sediments. Pesticide Science, 54(3), 212-222. Abstract. DOI.
Long JLA, House WA, Parker A, Rae JE (1998). Micro-organic compounds associated with sediments in the Humber rivers. Science of the Total Environment, 210-211, 229-253. Abstract. DOI.
Rae JE, Cooper CS, Parker A, Peters A (1998). Pesticide sorption onto aquifer sediments. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 64(1-3 -3 pt 1), 263-276. Abstract. DOI.
Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1997). A study of the adsorption kinetics of isoproturon on soil and subsoil. Chemosphere, 34(1), 71-86. Abstract. DOI.
Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1997). A study of the sorption kinetics of isoproturon on soil and subsoil: the role of dissolved organic carbon. Chemosphere, 34(1), 87-97. Abstract. DOI.
Dennis F, Andrews JN, Parker A, Poole J, Wolf M (1997). Isotopic and noble gas study of Chalk groundwater in the London Basin, England. Applied Geochemistry, 12(6), 763-773. Abstract. DOI.
Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1997). The role of earthworm burrows in pesticide transport form ploughlands. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 61(1-4), 211-222. Abstract. DOI.
Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1996). Equilibrium adsorption of isoproturon on soil and pure clays. European Journal of Soil Science, 47(2), 265-272. Abstract. DOI.
Long JLA, Parker A, Rae JE, Aldous PJ, Bernard IRA (1995). A survey of pollutant degradation in Aquifers. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry, 51(1-4), 81-112. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Rae JE, Long JLA (1995). Heterogeneity in sandy aquifers: potential effects upon groundwater quality. Water-rock interaction. Proc. symposium, Vladivostok, 1995, 419-422. Abstract.
Long JLA, Parker A, Rae JE (1995). Prediction of changes in groundwater quality: the significance of leaching tests. Water-rock interaction. Proc. symposium, Vladivostok, 1995, 415-418. Abstract.
Parker A, Sellwood BW (1995). Quantitative diagenesis: recent developments and applications to reservoir geology. Quantitative diagenesis: recent developments and applications to reservoir geology Abstract.
PIJLS CFN, SHAW MW, PARKER A (1994). A rapid test to evaluate in vitro sensitivity of Septoria tritici to flutriafol, using a microtitre plate reader. Plant Pathology, 43(4), 726-732. Abstract. DOI.
PARKER A, HOLDEN ANG, TOMLEY AJ (1994). Host specificity testing and assessment of the pathogenicity of the rust, Puccinia abrupta var. partheniicola, as a biological control agent of Parthenium weed (Parthenium hysterophorus). Plant Pathology, 43(1), 1-16. Abstract. DOI.
de Haan SB, Rae JE, Parker A (1994). Pyrite oxidation in the tertiary sands of the London Basin aquifer. Applied Geochemistry, 9(2), 161-173. Abstract. DOI.
Lidiard HM, Rae JE, Parker A (1993). Identification of Mn-oxide minerals in some soils from Devon, UK, and their varying capacity to adsorb Co and Cu. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 15(2-3), 93-104. Abstract. DOI.
Rae JE, Parker A (1993). Sources, solid-phase transport and geochemical associations of Co and Cu in a small upland catchment, English Lake District. Applied Geochemistry, 8, 263-268. Abstract. DOI.
Rae JE, Parker A (1992). Groundwater quality in the recharged London Basin, England I: Phase associations of iron, manganese, and sulfur in Tertiary Sands. Environmental Geology and Water Sciences, 19(2), 127-135. Abstract. DOI.
Klimentos T, Parker A (1988). The preparation (by an epoxy-resin method) and physical properties of artificial sandstones. Sedimentary Geology, 59(3-4), 307-312. Abstract. DOI.
Hill PA, Parker A (1984). Detrital zircon of Spurn Head, Yorkshire, England: the economic potential. Transactions of the Institution of Mining & Metallurgy (Section B : Applied Earth Science, 93(February), 35-38. Abstract.
Parker A, Allen JRL, Williams BPJ (1983). Clay mineral assemblages of the Townsend tuff bed (Lower Old Red Sandstone), South Wales and the Welsh Borders. Journal of the Geological Society, 140(5), 769-779. Abstract. DOI.
Russell DJ, Parker A (1979). Geotechnical, mineralogical and chemical interrelationships in weathering profiles of an overconsolidated clay. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology, 12(2), 107-116. Abstract. DOI.
Stewart AD, Parker A (1979). Palaeosalinity and environmental interpretation of red beds from the late Precambrian ('Torridonian') of Scotland. Sedimentary Geology, 22(3-4), 229-241. Abstract. DOI.
Bowie SHU, Parker A, Raynor EJ (1979). URANIUM RECONNAISSANCE SURVEY OF BRITISH LOWER PALAEOZOIC SHALES: TRACE ELEMENTS RELATED TO CLAY MINERALOGY. Trans Inst Min Metall Sect B, 88 Abstract.
Sellwood BW, Parker A (1978). Observations on diagenesis in north sea reservoir sandstones. Journal of the Geological Society, 135(1), 133-135. DOI.
Parker A (1973). Some chemical, mineralogical, and geotechnical analyses of four cores from the Wilkinson Basin. Deep-Sea Research and Oceanographic Abstracts, 20(6). Abstract. DOI.
Parker A (1972). Mineralogy and geotechnical properties of a deep sea carbonate sediment. Geotechnique, 22(1), 155-159. DOI.
Hill PA, Parker A (1970). Tin and zirconium in the sediments around the British Isles: a preliminary reconnaissance. Economic Geology, 65(4), 409-416. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A (1969). Some trace element determinations on the new U.S.G.S. silicate rock standards. Chemical Geology, 4(3-4), 445-449. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A (1968). An electron-microprobe study of the homogeneity of glass discs for X-ray fluorescence analysis. Analytica Chimica Acta, 40(C), 513-514. DOI.

Chapters

Carafa A, Assimakopoulos DG, Parker A (2014). Network evolution at the science- technology overlap in the triple helix of particle therapy of cancer. In  (Ed) Managing Emerging Technologies for Socio-Economic Impact, 115-152. DOI.
Cross R, Borgatti SP, Parker A (2005). Making Invisible Work Visible: Using Social Network Analysis to Support Strategic Collaboration. In  (Ed) Creating Value with Knowledge: Insights from the IBM Institute for Business Value.  Abstract. DOI.

Conferences

Gerbasi A, Parker A, Cullen-Lester K (2018). A Social Comparison Approach to Knowledge Hiding. Sunbelt Conference. 26th Jun - 1st Jul 2018.
Cullen-Lester K, Parker A, Gerbasi A, Leroy H (2018). One Extravert Too Many: Negative Assortivity for Extraverts in Energizing Workplace Relationships. Sunbelt Conference. 26th Jun - 1st Jul 2018.
Croft B, Brown S, Miller A, Parker A (2014). Exhaust noise control case study for 2800 class locomotive.  Abstract.
Long N, Ball B, Brackney L, Goldwasser D, Parker A, Elling J, Davis O, Kruchten D (2013). Leveraging openstudio's application programming interfaces.  Abstract.
Godson RA, Parker A, Brown SC (2013). Validation of underwater blast emissions modelling in relation to the protection of marine fauna.  Abstract.
Brown S, Hwang JP, Parker A (2012). Assessment of masonry bell tower response to bell ringing using operational modal analysis and numerical modelling.  Abstract.
Balch R, Parker A (2011). An oil and gas regulatory data mapping portal.  Abstract.
Butcher JB, Parker A, Johnson T, Weaver CP (2010). Nationwide watershed modeling to evaluate potential impacts of climate and land use change on hydrology and water quality.  Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Weber C (2010). Rail dampers - the first Australian field trial.  Abstract.
Carter S, Zhen J, Parker A, Cutter B (2008). An innovative stormwater best management practice decision support system for quantifying and optimizing load reductions and costs in Los Angeles.  Abstract. DOI.
Zou R, Bai S, Parker A (2008). Hydrodynamic and eutrophication modeling for a tidal marsh impacted estuarine system using EFDC.  Abstract. DOI.
Saravanapavan T, Voorhees M, Parker A (2007). Hydrology as a surrogate indicator in restoring urban northeastern watersheds.  Abstract. DOI.
Reddy S, Parker A, Hyman J, Burke J, Estrin D, Hansen M (2007). Image browsing, processing, and clustering for participatory sensing: Lessons from a DietSense prototype.  Abstract. DOI.
Bai S, Morton M, Parker A (2006). Modeling enterococci in the tidal Christina River.  Abstract. DOI.
Elson J, Parker A (2006). Tinker: a tool for designing data-centric sensor networks.  Abstract. DOI.
Dos Reis AR, Parker A, Carter J, Ferreira MP (2005). Distribution of selected heavy metals in sediments of the Águeda river (Central Portugal).  Abstract. DOI.
Saravanapavan T, Voorhees M, Parker A (2005). Storm water evaluation for TMDLs and implementation in urban Northeastern watersheds.  Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Girod L, Stathopoulos T, Elson J, Guy R, Estrin D (2004). Demonstration of EmStar.
Parker A, Klauber C, Kougianos A, Watling HR, Van Bronswijk W (2003). An X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of the mechanism of oxidative dissolution of chalcopyrite.  Abstract. DOI.
Pay MD, Astin TR, Parker A (2000). Clay mineral distribution in the Devonian-Carboniferous sandstones of the Clair Field, west of Shetland, and its significance for reservoir quality.  Abstract.
House WA, Long JLA, Rae JE, Parker A, Orr DR (2000). Occurrence and mobility of the insecticide permethrin in rivers in the Southern Humber catchment, UK.  Abstract. DOI.
Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1999). A study of suspended and colloidal matter in the leachate from lysimeters and its role in pesticide transport.  Abstract. DOI.
Rae JE, Parker A (1996). Techniques for validating the historic record of lake sediments. A demonstration of their use in the English Lake District.  Abstract. DOI.
Parker A (1974). The clay mineralogy and some trace element contents of the Speeton clay.  Abstract. DOI.

Publications by year


In Press

Parker A, Tippmann E, Kratochvil R (In Press). Accessing diverse knowledge for problem solving in the MNC: a network mobilization perspective. Global Strategy Journal Full text.
Tröster C, Parker A, van Knippenberg D, Sahlmüller B (In Press). The Coevolution of Social Networks and Thoughts of Quitting. Academy of Management Journal Full text. DOI.

2018

Gerbasi A, Parker A, Cullen-Lester K (2018). A Social Comparison Approach to Knowledge Hiding. Sunbelt Conference. 26th Jun - 1st Jul 2018.
Cullen-Lester K, Parker A, Gerbasi A, Leroy H (2018). One Extravert Too Many: Negative Assortivity for Extraverts in Energizing Workplace Relationships. Sunbelt Conference. 26th Jun - 1st Jul 2018.

2017

Tippmann E, Sharkey Scott P, Parker A (2017). Boundary Capabilities in MNCs: Knowledge Transformation for Creative Solution Development. Journal of Management Studies, 54(4), 455-482. Full text. DOI.
Hatjidis D, Parker A (2017). The relationship between universal network perceptions and dyadic network perceptions and their effect on employees’ behavioral reactions to organizational change. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 30(7), 1030-1043. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Shah NP, Parker A, Waldstrøm C (2016). Examining the overlap: Individual performance benefits of multiplex relationships. Management Communication Quarterly, 31, 5-38. Full text. DOI.
Kahn WA, Cross R, Parker A (2016). Layers of Diagnosis for Planned Relational Change in Organizations. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 39(3), 259-280. DOI.
Parker A, Gerbasi A (2016). The impact of energizing interactions on voluntary and involuntary turnover. M@n@gement, 19(3), 177-177. Full text. DOI.

2015

Karaberou G, Varnavas SP, Carter J, Parker A (2015). Concentrations of some heavy metals in fir foliage in soils overlying limestones rich in bauxite and the effect of soil pH on metal uptake. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 24(12C), 4816-4824. Abstract.
Gerbasi A, Porath CL, Parker A, Spreitzer G, Cross R (2015). Destructive de-energizing relationships: How thriving buffers their effect on performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(5), 1423-1433. Full text. DOI.
Parker A, Halgin DS, Borgatti SP (2015). Dynamics of Social Capital: Effects of Performance Feedback on Network Change. Organization Studies, 37(3), 375-397. Full text. DOI.
Johnson T, Butcher J, Deb D, Faizullabhoy M, Hummel P, Kittle J, Mcginnis S, Mearns LO, Nover D, Parker A, et al (2015). Modeling Streamflow and Water Quality Sensitivity to Climate Change and Urban Development in 20 U.S. Watersheds. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 51(5), 1321-1341. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Cross SH, Jackson IJ, Hardisty-Hughes R, Morse S, Nicholson G, Coghill E, Bowl MR, Brown SDM (2015). The goya mouse mutant reveals distinct newly identified roles for map3k1 in the development and survival of cochlear sensory hair cells. DMM Disease Models and Mechanisms, 8(12), 1555-1568. Abstract. DOI.

2014

Croft B, Brown S, Miller A, Parker A (2014). Exhaust noise control case study for 2800 class locomotive.  Abstract.
Carafa A, Assimakopoulos DG, Parker A (2014). Network evolution at the science- technology overlap in the triple helix of particle therapy of cancer. In  (Ed) Managing Emerging Technologies for Socio-Economic Impact, 115-152. DOI.
Reis A, Parker A, Alencoão A (2014). Storage and origin of metals in active stream sediments from mountainous rivers: a case study in the River Douro basin (North Portugal). Applied Geochemistry, 44, 69-79. Abstract. DOI.
Olt J, Mburu P, Johnson SL, Parker A, Kuhn S, Bowl M, Marcotti W, Brown SDM (2014). The actin-binding proteins Eps8 and gelsolin have complementary roles in regulating the growth and stability of mechanosensory hair bundles of mammalian cochlear outer hair cells. PLoS ONE, 9(1). Abstract. DOI.

2013

Long N, Ball B, Brackney L, Goldwasser D, Parker A, Elling J, Davis O, Kruchten D (2013). Leveraging openstudio's application programming interfaces.  Abstract.
Geng R, Sotomayor M, Kinder KJ, Gopal SR, Gerka-Stuyt J, Chen DHC, Hardisty-Hughes RE, Ball G, Parker A, Gaudet R, et al (2013). Noddy, a mouse harboring a missense mutation in protocadherin-15, reveals the impact of disrupting a critical interaction site between tip-link cadherins in inner ear hair cells. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(10), 4395-4404. Abstract. DOI.
Tateossian H, Morse S, Parker A, Mburu P, Warr N, Acevedo-Arozena A, Cheeseman M, Wells S, Brown SDM (2013). Otitis media in the Tgif knockout mouse implicates TGFβ signalling in chronic middle ear inflammatory disease. Human Molecular Genetics, 22(13), 2553-2565. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Gerbasi A, Porath CL (2013). The effects of de-energizing ties in organizations and how to manage them. Organizational Dynamics, 42(2), 110-118. Full text. DOI.
Godson RA, Parker A, Brown SC (2013). Validation of underwater blast emissions modelling in relation to the protection of marine fauna.  Abstract.

2012

Brown S, Hwang JP, Parker A (2012). Assessment of masonry bell tower response to bell ringing using operational modal analysis and numerical modelling.  Abstract.
Johnson TE, Butcher JB, Parker A, Weaver CP (2012). Investigating the sensitivity of U.S. streamflow and water quality to climate change: U.S. EPA global change research program's 20 watersheds project. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 138(5), 453-464. Abstract. DOI.

2011

Acevedo-Arozena A, Kalmar B, Essa S, Ricketts T, Joyce P, Kent R, Rowe C, Parker A, Gray A, Hafezparast M, et al (2011). A comprehensive assessment of the SOD1<sup>G93A</sup>low-copy transgenic mouse, which models human amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. DMM Disease Models and Mechanisms, 4(5), 686-700. Abstract. DOI.
Balch R, Parker A (2011). An oil and gas regulatory data mapping portal.  Abstract.
Cheeseman MT, Tyrer HE, Williams D, Hough TA, Pathak P, Romero MR, Hilton H, Bali S, Parker A, Vizor L, et al (2011). HIF-VEGF pathways are critical for chronic otitis media in Junbo and Jeff mouse mutants. PLoS Genetics, 7(10). Abstract. DOI.
Bhutta MF, Hedge EA, Parker A, Cheeseman MT, Brown SDM (2011). Oto-endoscopy: a reliable and validated technique for phenotyping otitis media in the mouse. Hearing Research, 272(1-2), 5-12. Abstract. DOI.

2010

Hardisty-Hughes RE, Parker A, Brown SDM (2010). A hearing and vestibular phenotyping pipeline to identify mouse mutants with hearing impairment. Nature Protocols, 5(1), 177-190. Abstract. DOI.
Zou R, Liu Y, Riverson J, Parker A, Carter S (2010). A nonlinearity interval mapping scheme for efficient waste load allocation simulation-optimization analysis. Water Resources Research, 46(8). Abstract. DOI.
RECZYNSKI W, JAKUBOWSKA M, GOLAS J, PARKER A, KUBICA B (2010). Chemistry of sediments from the Dobczyce Reservoir, Poland, and the environmental implications. International Journal of Sediment Research, 25(1), 28-38. Abstract. DOI.
Mburu P, Romero MR, Hilton H, Parker A, Townsend S, Kikkawa Y, Brown SDM (2010). Gelsolin plays a role in the actin polymerization complex of hair cell stereocilia. PLoS ONE, 5(7). Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Hardisty-Hughes RE, Wisby L, Joyce S, Brown SDM (2010). Melody, an ENU mutation in Caspase 3, alters the catalytic cysteine residue and causes sensorineural hearing loss in mice. Mammalian Genome, 21(11-12), 565-576. Abstract. DOI.
Butcher JB, Parker A, Johnson T, Weaver CP (2010). Nationwide watershed modeling to evaluate potential impacts of climate and land use change on hydrology and water quality.  Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Weber C (2010). Rail dampers - the first Australian field trial.  Abstract.
Mandillo S, Tucci V, Hölter SM, Meziane H, Al Banchaabouchi M, Kallnik M, Lad HV, Nolan PM, Ouagazzal AM, Coghill EL, et al (2010). Reliability, robustness, and reproducibility in mouse behavioral phenotyping: a cross-laboratory study (Physiological Genomics (2008) 34, (243-255) DOI: 10.1152/physiolgenomics.90207.2008). Physiological Genomics, 40(3). DOI.
Bortolozzi M, Brini M, Parkinson N, Crispino G, Scimemi P, De Siati RD, Di Leva F, Parker A, Ortolano S, Arslan E, et al (2010). The novel PMCA2 pump mutation Tommy impairs cytosolic calcium clearance in hair cells and links to deafness in mice. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 285(48), 37693-37703. Abstract. DOI.
Parker AF, Owens PR, Libohova Z, Wu XB, Wilding LP, Archer SR (2010). Use of terrain attributes as a tool to explore the interaction of vertic soils and surface hydrology in South Texas playa wetland systems. Journal of Arid Environments, 74(11), 1487-1493. Abstract. DOI.

2009

MacKenzie FE, Parker A, Parkinson NJ, Oliver PL, Brooker D, Underhill P, Lukashkina VA, Lukashkin AN, Holmes C, Brown SDM, et al (2009). Analysis of the mouse mutant Cloth-ears shows a role for the voltage-gated sodium channel Scn8a in peripheral neural hearing loss. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 8(7), 699-713. Abstract. DOI.
Hettiarachchi NT, Parker A, Dallas ML, Pennington K, Hung CC, Pearson HA, Boyle JP, Robinson P, Peers C (2009). α-Synuclein modulation of Ca2+ signaling in human neuroblastoma (SH-SY5Y) cells. Journal of Neurochemistry, 111(5), 1192-1201. Abstract. DOI.

2008

Carter S, Zhen J, Parker A, Cutter B (2008). An innovative stormwater best management practice decision support system for quantifying and optimizing load reductions and costs in Los Angeles.  Abstract. DOI.
Zou R, Bai S, Parker A (2008). Hydrodynamic and eutrophication modeling for a tidal marsh impacted estuarine system using EFDC.  Abstract. DOI.
Mandillo S, Tucci V, Hölter SM, Meziane H, Al Banchaabouchi M, Kallnik M, Lad HV, Nolan PM, Ouagazzal AM, Coghill EL, et al (2008). Reliability, robustness, and reproducibility in mouse behavioral phenotyping: a cross-laboratory study. Physiological Genomics, 34(3), 243-255. Abstract. DOI.

2007

Saravanapavan T, Voorhees M, Parker A (2007). Hydrology as a surrogate indicator in restoring urban northeastern watersheds.  Abstract. DOI.
Reddy S, Parker A, Hyman J, Burke J, Estrin D, Hansen M (2007). Image browsing, processing, and clustering for participatory sensing: Lessons from a DietSense prototype.  Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Bergmann H, Heininger P, Leeks GJ, Old GH (2007). Sampling of sediments and suspended matter. Sustainable Management of Sediment Resources, 1, 1-34. DOI.

2006

Thornley DM, Wilkinson WB, Parker A (2006). A preliminary investigation of the release of oil from contaminated clays and other fine-grained sediments during consolidation. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 39(4), 375-390. Abstract. DOI.
Linder JC, Cross R, Parker A (2006). All charged up. Business Strategy Review, 17(3), 25-29. DOI.
Parker A, Pollard AM (2006). Archaeological geochemistry. Applied Geochemistry, 21(10). DOI.
Tucci V, Lad HV, Parker A, Polley S, Brown SDM, Nolan PM (2006). Gene-environment interactions differentially affect mouse strain behavioral parameters. Mammalian Genome, 17(11), 1113-1120. Abstract. DOI.
Zou R, Carter S, Shoemaker L, Parker A, Henry T (2006). Integrated hydrodynamic and water quality modeling system to support nutrient total maximum daily load development for Wissahickon Creek, Pennsylvania. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 132(4), 555-566. Abstract. DOI.
Bai S, Morton M, Parker A (2006). Modeling enterococci in the tidal Christina River.  Abstract. DOI.
Cook SR, Parker A (2006). Sequential extraction and single-step cold-acid extraction: a feasibility study for use with freshwater-canal sediments. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 170(1-4), 95-105. Abstract. DOI.
Elson J, Parker A (2006). Tinker: a tool for designing data-centric sensor networks.  Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Laseter T, Parker A, Velasquez G (2006). Using Social Network Analysis to Improve Communities of Practice. California Management Review, 49(1), 32-60. Full text. DOI.

2005

Shen J, Parker A, Riverson J (2005). A new approach for a Windows-based watershed modeling system based on a database-supporting architecture. Environmental Modelling and Software, 20(9), 1127-1138. Abstract. DOI.
Allan IJ, House WA, Parker A, Carter JE (2005). Diffusion of the synthetic pyrethroid permethrin into bed-sediments. Environmental Science and Technology, 39(2), 523-530. Abstract. DOI.
Dos Reis AR, Parker A, Carter J, Ferreira MP (2005). Distribution of selected heavy metals in sediments of the Águeda river (Central Portugal).  Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Borgatti SP, Parker A (2005). Making Invisible Work Visible: Using Social Network Analysis to Support Strategic Collaboration. In  (Ed) Creating Value with Knowledge: Insights from the IBM Institute for Business Value.  Abstract. DOI.
Saravanapavan T, Voorhees M, Parker A (2005). Storm water evaluation for TMDLs and implementation in urban Northeastern watersheds.  Abstract. DOI.

2004

Cross R, Parker A (2004). Charged up: Creating energy in organizations. Journal of Organizational Excellence, 23(4), 3-14. DOI.
Parker A, Girod L, Stathopoulos T, Elson J, Guy R, Estrin D (2004). Demonstration of EmStar.
Rhoten D, Parker A (2004). Risks and rewards of an interdiciplinary research path. Science, 306(5704). DOI.
Barceló D, Petrovic M, de Deckere E, Bakker JF, Scrimshaw M, Stegemann J, Kowalewska G, Heininger P, Vale C, Hansen PD, et al (2004). Synthesis of the SedNet work package 3 outcomes. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 4(4), 223-224. DOI.
Cross RL, Parker A (2004). The Hidden Power of Social Networks Understanding how Work Really Gets Done in Organizations., Harvard Business Press. Abstract.
Pelig-Ba KB, Parker A, Price M (2004). Trace element geochemistry from the Birrimian metasediments of the Northern Region of Ghana. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 153(1-4), 69-93. Abstract. DOI.
Allan IJ, House WA, Parker A, Carter JE (2004). Transport and distribution of lindane and simazine in a riverine environment: Measurements in bed sediments and modelling. Pest Management Science, 60(5), 417-433. Abstract. DOI.

2003

Parker A, Klauber C, Kougianos A, Watling HR, Van Bronswijk W (2003). An X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of the mechanism of oxidative dissolution of chalcopyrite.  Abstract. DOI.
Cook SR, Parker A (2003). Geochemical changes to dredged canal sediments following land spreading: a review. Land Contamination and Reclamation, 11(4), 405-410. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Parker A, Sasson L (2003). Networks in the Knowledge Economy., Oxford University Press. Abstract.
Warren N, Allan IJ, Carter JE, House WA, Parker A (2003). Pesticides and other micro-organic contaminants in freshwater sedimentary environments - a review. Applied Geochemistry, 18(2), 159-194. Abstract. DOI.
Stewart AG, Carter J, Parker A, Alloway BJ (2003). The illusion of environmental iodine deficiency. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 25(1), 165-170. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Baker W, Parker A (2003). What creates energy in organizations?. Mit Sloan Management Review, 44, 51-56.

2002

Maas RP, Patch SC, Parker AFW (2002). An assessment of lead exposure potential from residential cutoff valves. Journal of Environmental Health, 65(1), 9-14. Abstract.
Zhang G, Yan J, Fu JM, Parker A, Li XD, Wang ZS (2002). Butyltins in sediments and biota from the Pearl River Delta, South China. Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability, 14(1-4), 35-42. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Parker A, Borgatti SP (2002). Making invisible work visible: Social network analysis and strategic collaboration. California Management Review, 44, 25-47. Full text. DOI.
Zhang G, Parker A, House A, Mai B, Li X, Kang Y, Wang Z (2002). Sedimentary records of DDT and HCH in the Pearl River Delta, South China. Environmental Science and Technology, 36(17), 3671-3677. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Nohria N, Parker A (2002). Six myths about informal networks - and how to overcome them. MIT Sloan Management Review, 43(3), 67-75. Abstract.
Cross R, Nohria N, Parker A (2002). Six myths about informal networks – and how to. overcome them. Mit Sloan Management Review, 43, 66-75.

2001

Simpson LA, Thomsen M, Alloway BJ, Parker A (2001). A dynamic reaction cell (DRC) solution to oxide-based interferences in inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) analysis of the noble metals. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 16(12), 1375-1380. Abstract. DOI.
Cross R, Borgatti SP, Parker A (2001). Beyond answers: dimensions of the advice network. Social Networks, 23(3), 215-235. DOI.
Stephens SR, Alloway BJ, Parker A, Carter JE, Hodson ME (2001). Changes in the leachability of metals from dredged canal sediments during drying and oxidation. Environmental Pollution, 114(3), 407-413. Abstract. DOI.
Pelig-Ba KB, Parker A, Price M (2001). Elemental contamination of rainwater by airborne dust in Tamale township area of the northern region of Ghana. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 23(4), 333-346. Abstract.
Cross R, Rice R, Parker A (2001). Information seeking in social context: structural influences and receipt of information benefits. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part C (Applications and Reviews), 31(4), 438-448. DOI.
Cross R, Parker A, Prusak L, Borgatti SP (2001). Knowing what we know: Supporting knowledge creation and sharing in social networks. Organizational Dynamics, 30(2), 100-120. DOI.
Cross R, Parker A, Prusak L, Borgatti SP (2001). Knowing what we know: Supporting knowledge creation and transfer in social networks. Organizational Dynamics, 30, 61-82.
Klauber C, Parker A, Van Bronswijk W, Watling H (2001). Sulphur speciation of leached chalcopyrite surfaces as determined by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. International Journal of Mineral Processing, 62(1-4), 65-94. Abstract. DOI.
Stephens SR, Alloway BJ, Carter JE, Parker A (2001). Towards the characterisation of heavy metals in dredged canal sediments and an appreciation of 'availability': Two examples from the UK. Environmental Pollution, 113(3), 395-401. Abstract. DOI.

2000

Chambers MH, Lawrence DSL, Sellwood BW, Parker A (2000). Annual layering in the Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge clay formation, UK, quantified using an ultra-high resolution SEM-EDX investigation. Sedimentary Geology, 137(1-2), 9-23. Abstract. DOI.
Pay MD, Astin TR, Parker A (2000). Clay mineral distribution in the Devonian-Carboniferous sandstones of the Clair Field, west of Shetland, and its significance for reservoir quality.  Abstract.
House WA, Long JLA, Rae JE, Parker A, Orr DR (2000). Occurrence and mobility of the insecticide permethrin in rivers in the Southern Humber catchment, UK.  Abstract. DOI.
Daniels WM, House WA, Rae JE, Parker A (2000). The distribution of micro-organic contaminants in river bed-sediment cores. Science of the Total Environment, 253(1-3), 81-92. Abstract. DOI.

1999

Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1999). A study of suspended and colloidal matter in the leachate from lysimeters and its role in pesticide transport.  Abstract. DOI.
Brown JE, McDonald P, Willans M, Parker A, Rae JE (1999). Modelling the contribution of individual radionuclides to the total gamma air kerma rate for the sediments of the Ribble Estuary, NW England. Journal of Radiological Protection, 19(4), 339-352. Abstract. DOI.
Brown JE, McDonald P, Parker A, Rae JE (1999). The vertical distribution of radionuclides in a Ribble Estuary saltmarsh: Transport and deposition of radionuclides. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 43(3), 259-275. Abstract. DOI.

1998

Daniels WM, House WA, Zhmud BV, Rae JE, Parker A (1998). Diffusive movement of simazine and lindane in river-bed sediments. Pesticide Science, 54(3), 212-222. Abstract. DOI.
Long JLA, House WA, Parker A, Rae JE (1998). Micro-organic compounds associated with sediments in the Humber rivers. Science of the Total Environment, 210-211, 229-253. Abstract. DOI.
Rae JE, Cooper CS, Parker A, Peters A (1998). Pesticide sorption onto aquifer sediments. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 64(1-3 -3 pt 1), 263-276. Abstract. DOI.

1997

Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1997). A study of the adsorption kinetics of isoproturon on soil and subsoil. Chemosphere, 34(1), 71-86. Abstract. DOI.
Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1997). A study of the sorption kinetics of isoproturon on soil and subsoil: the role of dissolved organic carbon. Chemosphere, 34(1), 87-97. Abstract. DOI.
Dennis F, Andrews JN, Parker A, Poole J, Wolf M (1997). Isotopic and noble gas study of Chalk groundwater in the London Basin, England. Applied Geochemistry, 12(6), 763-773. Abstract. DOI.
Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1997). The role of earthworm burrows in pesticide transport form ploughlands. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 61(1-4), 211-222. Abstract. DOI.

1996

Worrall F, Parker A, Rae JE, Johnson AC (1996). Equilibrium adsorption of isoproturon on soil and pure clays. European Journal of Soil Science, 47(2), 265-272. Abstract. DOI.
Rae JE, Parker A (1996). Techniques for validating the historic record of lake sediments. A demonstration of their use in the English Lake District.  Abstract. DOI.

1995

Long JLA, Parker A, Rae JE, Aldous PJ, Bernard IRA (1995). A survey of pollutant degradation in Aquifers. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry, 51(1-4), 81-112. Abstract. DOI.
Parker A, Rae JE, Long JLA (1995). Heterogeneity in sandy aquifers: potential effects upon groundwater quality. Water-rock interaction. Proc. symposium, Vladivostok, 1995, 419-422. Abstract.
Long JLA, Parker A, Rae JE (1995). Prediction of changes in groundwater quality: the significance of leaching tests. Water-rock interaction. Proc. symposium, Vladivostok, 1995, 415-418. Abstract.
Parker A, Sellwood BW (1995). Quantitative diagenesis: recent developments and applications to reservoir geology. Quantitative diagenesis: recent developments and applications to reservoir geology Abstract.

1994

PIJLS CFN, SHAW MW, PARKER A (1994). A rapid test to evaluate in vitro sensitivity of Septoria tritici to flutriafol, using a microtitre plate reader. Plant Pathology, 43(4), 726-732. Abstract. DOI.
PARKER A, HOLDEN ANG, TOMLEY AJ (1994). Host specificity testing and assessment of the pathogenicity of the rust, Puccinia abrupta var. partheniicola, as a biological control agent of Parthenium weed (Parthenium hysterophorus). Plant Pathology, 43(1), 1-16. Abstract. DOI.
de Haan SB, Rae JE, Parker A (1994). Pyrite oxidation in the tertiary sands of the London Basin aquifer. Applied Geochemistry, 9(2), 161-173. Abstract. DOI.

1993

Lidiard HM, Rae JE, Parker A (1993). Identification of Mn-oxide minerals in some soils from Devon, UK, and their varying capacity to adsorb Co and Cu. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 15(2-3), 93-104. Abstract. DOI.
Rae JE, Parker A (1993). Sources, solid-phase transport and geochemical associations of Co and Cu in a small upland catchment, English Lake District. Applied Geochemistry, 8, 263-268. Abstract. DOI.

1992

Rae JE, Parker A (1992). Groundwater quality in the recharged London Basin, England I: Phase associations of iron, manganese, and sulfur in Tertiary Sands. Environmental Geology and Water Sciences, 19(2), 127-135. Abstract. DOI.

1988

Klimentos T, Parker A (1988). The preparation (by an epoxy-resin method) and physical properties of artificial sandstones. Sedimentary Geology, 59(3-4), 307-312. Abstract. DOI.

1984

Hill PA, Parker A (1984). Detrital zircon of Spurn Head, Yorkshire, England: the economic potential. Transactions of the Institution of Mining & Metallurgy (Section B : Applied Earth Science, 93(February), 35-38. Abstract.

1983

Parker A, Allen JRL, Williams BPJ (1983). Clay mineral assemblages of the Townsend tuff bed (Lower Old Red Sandstone), South Wales and the Welsh Borders. Journal of the Geological Society, 140(5), 769-779. Abstract. DOI.

1979

Russell DJ, Parker A (1979). Geotechnical, mineralogical and chemical interrelationships in weathering profiles of an overconsolidated clay. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology, 12(2), 107-116. Abstract. DOI.
Stewart AD, Parker A (1979). Palaeosalinity and environmental interpretation of red beds from the late Precambrian ('Torridonian') of Scotland. Sedimentary Geology, 22(3-4), 229-241. Abstract. DOI.
Bowie SHU, Parker A, Raynor EJ (1979). URANIUM RECONNAISSANCE SURVEY OF BRITISH LOWER PALAEOZOIC SHALES: TRACE ELEMENTS RELATED TO CLAY MINERALOGY. Trans Inst Min Metall Sect B, 88 Abstract.

1978

Sellwood BW, Parker A (1978). Observations on diagenesis in north sea reservoir sandstones. Journal of the Geological Society, 135(1), 133-135. DOI.

1974

Parker A (1974). The clay mineralogy and some trace element contents of the Speeton clay.  Abstract. DOI.

1973

Parker A (1973). Some chemical, mineralogical, and geotechnical analyses of four cores from the Wilkinson Basin. Deep-Sea Research and Oceanographic Abstracts, 20(6). Abstract. DOI.

1972

Parker A (1972). Mineralogy and geotechnical properties of a deep sea carbonate sediment. Geotechnique, 22(1), 155-159. DOI.

1970

Hill PA, Parker A (1970). Tin and zirconium in the sediments around the British Isles: a preliminary reconnaissance. Economic Geology, 65(4), 409-416. Abstract. DOI.

1969

Parker A (1969). Some trace element determinations on the new U.S.G.S. silicate rock standards. Chemical Geology, 4(3-4), 445-449. Abstract. DOI.

1968

Parker A (1968). An electron-microprobe study of the homogeneity of glass discs for X-ray fluorescence analysis. Analytica Chimica Acta, 40(C), 513-514. DOI.

External positions

  • Founding member of the Connected Commons
  • Visiting professor at the University of Kentucky's LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis

My teaching interests are focused on organisational behaviour. My courses have examined leadership, problem solving, motivation, developing high-performance teams, and driving organisational change. I have also taught organisational theory and social network theory and methods.

In my teaching I like to build a solid theoretical foundation for each concept and then bring the ideas to life with examples from case studies, video clips, and my own research and consulting experience.

Modules

2017/18