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Quaternary Geoarchaeology of India

Product Code: SP515
Series: GSL Special Publications - print copy
Author/Editor: Edited by N. Tiwari, V. Singh and S.B. Mehra
Publication Date: 31 August 2022 (not yet published)
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Special Publication 515

Selected articles available via Online First from the Lyell Collection. What is Online First?

The Quaternary Period in South Asia has a very prolonged and diverse history. Within this region, India represents various technological and cultural phases of hominin occupation adapting to different ecological zones throughout the Quaternary Period. The earliest records of this occupation can be traced back to 1.5 Ma ago and possibly to c. 2 Ma ago. Archaeological evidence has been reported from all known phases in India, showing a continuous record of occupation from the Early Pleistocene onwards and reflecting adaptation by multiple hominin species over time. This book aims to highlight recent advances in the Quaternary geoarchaeology by showcasing diverse methods such as archaeology, geology, palaeoclimatology, sedimentology, GIS, remote sensing and taphonomy. It presents a collection of papers that address various geoarchaeological aspects from different regions in India, within the time frame of the Early Pleistocene to Anthropocene. This volume provides an opportunity for new data to be disseminated, particularly by young researchers and, within the framework of worldwide research issues, it promotes new geoarchaeological perspectives from India.

Type: Book
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Thirteen Digit ISBN: 9781786205483
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
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