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* Indicates corresponding author; underline indicates current or former Parker lab group member.
 Chen, M, Rholl, CA, He, T, Sharma, A, Parker, KM.* Halogen Radicals Contribute to the Halogenation and Degradation of Chemical Additives Used in Hydraulic Fracturing, Environmental Science & Technology (Full text).
- News feature: Nov 4, 2020 (link)
 Sharkey S, Stein A, Parker KM.* Hydrogen Bonding Site Number Predicts Dicamba Volatilization from Amine Salts, Environmental Science & Technology (Full text).
- News feature: Nov 4, 2020 (link)
 Zhang K, Wei J, Huff Hartz KE, Lydy MJ, Moon TS, Sander M, Parker KM.* Analysis of RNAi biopesticides: double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) extraction from agricultural soils and quantification by RT-qPCR, Environmental Science & Technology (Full text).
- News feature: May 4, 2020 (link)
 Oldham T, Chen M, Sharkey S, Parker KM, Thimsen E.* Electrochemical characterization of the plasma-water interface. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 2020, in press (Full text).
 Parker KM*, Barragán Borrero V, van Leeuwen D, Lever MA, Mateescu B, Sander M*. Environmental fate of RNA interference pesticides: Adsorption and degradation of double-stranded RNA molecules in agricultural soils, Environmental Science & Technology, 2019, 53 (6), 3027-3036. (Full text, Open Access)
- News Feature: The Record, Feb 28, 2019 (link)
 Zhang K and Parker KM*. Halogen radical oxidants in natural and engineered aquatic systems, Environmental Science & Technology, 2018, 52 (17), 9579-9594. (Full text)
 Nelson KL* et al. Sunlight-mediated inactivation of health-relevant microorganisms in water: A review of mechanisms and modeling approaches, Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 2018, 20, 1089-1122. (Full text)
 Parker KM* and Sander M*. Environmental Fate of Insecticidal Plant-Incorporated Protectants from Genetically Modified Crops: Knowledge Gaps and Research Opportunities. Environmental Science & Technology, 2017, Feature Article, 51, 21, 12049-12057 (Full text)
 Szczuka A., Parker KM, Harvey C, Hayes E, Vengosh A., Mitch WA. Regulated and unregulated halogenated disinfection byproduct formation from chlorination of saline groundwater. Water Research, 2017, 122, 633-644. (Full text).
 Chuang Y-H, Parker KM, Mitch WA. Development of Predictive Models for the Degradation of Halogenated Disinfection Byproducts during the UV/H2O2 Advanced Oxidation Process. Environmental Science & Technology, 2016, 50 (20), 11209-11217. (Full text)
 Liu C, Kong D, Hsu P-C, Yuan H, Lee H-W, Liu Y, Wang H, Wang S, Yan K, Lin D, Maraccini PA, Parker KM, Boehm AB, Cui Y. 2016. Rapid Water Disinfection Using Vertically Aligned MoS2 Nanofilms and Visible Light. Nature Nanotechnology, 11 (12), 1098-1104. (Full text)
 Parker KM, Reichwaldt E, Ghadouani A, Mitch WA. Halogen Radicals Promote the Photodegradation of Microcystins in Estuarine Systems. Environmental Science & Technology, 2016, 50 (16), 8505-8513. (Full text)
- Selected as Environmental Science & Technology’s Best Science Paper of 2016 (link).
 Parker KM, Mitch WA. Halogen radicals contribute to photooxidation in coastal and estuarine waters. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 2016, 113 (21), 5868-5873. (Full text)
- News Feature: Stanford News, May 9, 2016 (link)
 Harkness JS, Dwyer GS, Warner NR, Parker KM, Mitch WA, Vengosh A. Iodide, bromide, and ammonium in hydraulic fracturing and oil and gas wastewaters: Environmental implications. Environmental Science & Technology, 2015, 49 (3), 1955-1963. (Full text)
 Parker KM, Zeng T, Harkness J, Vengosh A, Mitch WA. Enhanced Formation of Disinfection Byproducts in Shale Gas Wastewater-Impacted Drinking Water Supplies. Environmental Science & Technology, 2014, 48 (19), 11161-11169. (Full text)
- News Feature: ACS Chemical & Engineering News, Sept. 23, 2014 (link)
- News Feature: NPR StateImpact, Sept. 26, 2014 (link)
- News Feature: Le Show National Radio Program, Sept. 28, 2014 (link, at 15:44 min)
- Research Highlight: Environmental Science Water Research & Technology, June 18, 2015 (link)
 Parker KM, Pignatello JJ, Mitch WA. Influence of ionic strength on triplet-state natural organic matter loss by energy transfer and electron transfer pathways. Environmental Science & Technology, 2013, 47 (19), 10987-10994. (Full text)