I am a PhD candidate in Paleoanthropology, at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali, India. I am broadly interested in understanding the human-animal-environment interface in the Indian Subcontinent. Currently my doctoral research focuses broadly on understanding the paleoecological implications for hominin dispersal(s) in northern India; using vertebrate fossils from the Siwalik Hills region. I use ecomorphological and biogeochemical methodologies for paleoecological and paleoclimatic reconstructions, in addition to taphonomy.
Early hominin dispersal(s) into the Indian Subcontinent; Paleoecology; Taphonomy
Kaur, Anubhav Preet (2022). New fossil mammalian assemblages and ratite eggshells from the Pinjore Formation (2.58-0.63 Ma) of the Siwalik Hills near Chandigarh, northern India. Journal of Quaternary Science Reviews
Kaur, Anubhav Preet (2022). An Overview of palaeolithic localities on a Post-Siwalik landscape from Janauri Anticlineof Northern India (Eds. Sushama G. Deo, Jayendra Joglekar, Andre Baptista), Adaptations across Antiquity: Tracing Quaternary Enviornments and Prehistoric Cultural Responses in Peninsular India, Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quaternary Research.
Book chapter: Kaur, Anubhav Preet (2021). Palaeolithic sites in gravel context in India (Eds. Nupur Tiwari, Vivek Singh, Shashi B. Mehra), Quaternary Geoarchaeology of India, Geological Society of London.
Kaur, Anubhav Preet, S.G. Deo, J. Joglekar and M. Chatterjee (2019). A preliminary study of the lithic assemblage from Palaeolithic localities of the Hoshiarpur Siwalik Frontal Range, Punjab, India. Bulletin of the Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute, Vol. 79, pp. 1-19.