John N. Parker, Ph.D.
John N. Parker, Ph.D.
U.S. National Science Foundation
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Learning in support of governance: theories, methods, and a framework to assess how bridging organizations contribute to adaptive resource governance
BI Crona, JN Parker
Ecology and Society 17 (1), 2012
Food and green space in cities: A resilience lens on gardens and urban environmental movements
S Barthel, J Parker, H Ernstson
Urban studies 52 (7), 1321-1338, 2015
Hot spots and hot moments in scientific collaborations and social movements
JN Parker, EJ Hackett
American Sociological Review 77 (1), 21-44, 2012
On being all things to all people: Boundary organizations and the contemporary research university
J Parker, B Crona
Social Studies of Science 42 (2), 262-289, 2012
Collaboration and productivity in scientific synthesis
SE Hampton, JN Parker
BioScience 61 (11), 900-910, 2011
Nurturing communities of practice for transdisciplinary research
G Cundill, DJ Roux, JN Parker
Ecology and Society 20 (2), 2015
Network determinants of knowledge utilization: preliminary lessons from a boundary organization
BI Crona, JN Parker
Science Communication 33 (4), 448-471, 2011
Understanding life together: A brief history of collaboration in biology
N Vermeulen, JN Parker, B Penders
Endeavour 37 (3), 162-171, 2013
Characterizing a scientific elite: the social characteristics of the most highly cited scientists in environmental science and ecology
J Parker, C Lortie, S Allesina
Scientometrics 85 (1), 129-143, 2010
Backstage interorganizational collaboration: Corporate endorsement of the sustainable development goals
A Williams, G Whiteman, JN Parker
Academy of Management Discoveries 5 (4), 367-395, 2019
Collaboration in the new life sciences
JN Parker, N Vermeulen, B Penders
Routledge, 2010
Ecology transformed: NCEAS and changing patterns of ecological research
EJ Hackett, JN Parker, D Conz, D Rhoten, A Parker
Scientific collaboration on the Internet, 277-296, 2008
Tokamaks and turbulence: research ensembles, policy and technoscientific work
EJ Hackett, D Conz, J Parker, J Bashford, S DeLay
Research Policy 33 (5), 747-767, 2004
Urban gardens: Pockets of social-ecological memory
S Barthel, J Parker, C Folke, J Colding
Greening in the red zone: Disaster, resilience and community greening, 145-158, 2014
Characterizing a scientific elite (B): Publication and citation patterns of the most highly cited scientists in environmental science and ecology
JN Parker, S Allesina, CJ Lortie
Scientometrics 94, 469-480, 2013
Spatially explicit data: stewardship and ethical challenges in science
J Hartter, SJ Ryan, CA MacKenzie, JN Parker, CA Strasser
PLoS Biology 11 (9), e1001634, 2013
Fostering synthesis in archaeology to advance science and benefit society
JH Altschul, KW Kintigh, TH Klein, WH Doelle, KA Hays-Gilpin, SA Herr, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (42), 10999-11002, 2017
Synthesis centers as critical research infrastructure
JS Baron, A Specht, E Garnier, P Bishop, CA Campbell, FW Davis, B Fady, ...
BioScience 67 (8), 750-759, 2017
The social and epistemic organization of scientific work
EJ Hackett, JN Parker, N Vermeulen, B Penders
MIT Press, 2017
Cross-cultural social psychology
K Miller-Loessi, JN Parker
Handbook of social psychology, 529-553, 2006
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