Anil K Pokharia
Anil K Pokharia
Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences, Lucknow
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Journey to the east: Diverse routes and variable flowering times for wheat and barley en route to prehistoric China
X Liu, DL Lister, Z Zhao, CA Petrie, X Zeng, PJ Jones, RA Staff, ...
PLoS One 12 (11), e0187405, 2017
The virtues of small grain size: Potential pathways to a distinguishing feature of Asian wheats
X Liu, DL Lister, Z Zhao, RA Staff, PJ Jones, L Zhou, AK Pokharia, ...
Quaternary International 426, 107-119, 2016
Archaeobotanical evidence of millets in the Indian subcontinent with some observations on their role in the Indus civilization
AK Pokharia, JS Kharakwal, A Srivastava
Journal of Archaeological Science 42, 442-455, 2014
Palaeoethnobotanical investigations at early Harappan Kunal
KS Saraswat, AK Pokharia
Pragdhara 13 (January 2003), 105-140, 2003
Rice: origin, antiquity and history
SD Sharma
CRC Press, 2010
Archaeobotany and archaeology at Kanmer, a Harappan site in Kachchh, Gujarat: evidence for adaptation in response to climatic variability
AK Pokharia, JS Kharakwal, RS Rawat, T Osada, CM Nautiyal, ...
Current Science, 1833-1846, 2011
Altered cropping pattern and cultural continuation with declined prosperity following abrupt and extreme arid event at~ 4,200 yrs BP: Evidence from an Indus archaeological site …
AK Pokharia, R Agnihotri, S Sharma, S Bajpai, J Nath, RN Kumaran, ...
PloS one 12 (10), e0185684, 2017
Harappan plant economy at ancient Balu, Haryana
KS Saraswat, AK Pokharia
Pragdhara 12, 153-171, 2002
Pollen record of Holocene vegetation, climate change and human habitation from Lahuradewa lake, Sant Kabir Nagar District, Uttar Pradesh, India
MS Chauhan, AK Pokharia, IB Singh
Man and Environment 34 (1), 88-100, 2009
Second preliminary report of the excavations at Lahuradewa, District Sant Kabir Nagar, UP: 2002–2003–2004 & 2005–06
R Tewari, RK Srivastava, KK Singh, KS Saraswat, IB Singh, MS Chauhan, ...
Pragdhara 16, 35-68, 2006
Late Quaternary vegetation history, climatic variability and human activity in the Central Ganga Plain, deduced by pollen proxy records from Karela Jheel, India
MS Chauhan, AK Pokharia, RK Srivastava
Quaternary International 371, 144-156, 2015
Palaeobotanical and pollen analytical investigations
KS Saraswat, C Srivastava, AK Pokharia
Indian Archaeology—A Review 1995, 96, 1994
New evidence from the Kashmir Valley indicates the adoption of East and West Asian crops in the western Himalayas by 4400 years ago
MA Yatoo, M Spate, A Betts, Anil K Pokharia, MA Shah
Quaternary Science Advances 2, 100011, 2020
Neolithic− Early historic (2500–200 BC) plant use: the archaeobotany of Ganga Plain, India
AK Pokharia, S Sharma, D Tripathi, N Mishra, JN Pal, R Vinay, ...
Quaternary International 443, 223-237, 2017
Excavation at Kanmer: 2005-06--2008-09: Kanmer archaeological research project an Indo-Japanese collaboration
JS Kharakwal, YS Rawat
(No Title), 2012
Palaeoethnobotanical record of cultivated crops and associated weeds and wild taxa from Neolithic site, Tokwa, Uttar Pradesh, India
AK Pokharia
Current Science, 248-255, 2008
Early Neolithic agriculture (2700–2000 bc) and Kushan period developments (ad 100–300): macrobotanical evidence from Kanispur in Kashmir, India
AK Pokharia, BR Mani, M Spate, A Betts, A Srivastava
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 27, 477-491, 2018
Plant macro-remains from Neolithic Jhusi in Ganga Plain: evidence for grain-based agriculture
AK Pokharia, JN Pal, A Srivastava
Current Science, 564-572, 2009
Subsistence system, paleoecology, and 14C chronology at kanmer, a Harappan Site in Gujarat, India
P Goyal, AK Pokharia, JS Kharakwal, P Joglekar, YS Rawat, T Osada
Radiocarbon 55 (1), 141-150, 2013
Record of macrobotanical remains from the Aravalli Hill, Ojiyana, Rajasthan: evidence for agriculture-based subsistence economy
AK Pokharia
Current Science, 612-622, 2008
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