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Abrupt changes in the Asian southwest monsoon during the Holocene and their links to the North Atlantic Ocean
AK Gupta, DM Anderson, JT Overpeck
Nature 421 (6921), 354-357, 2003
13132003
Rainwater harvesting as an adaptation to climate change
DN Pandey, AK Gupta, DM Anderson
Current science, 46-59, 2003
5342003
Increase in the Asian southwest monsoon during the past four centuries
DM Anderson, JT Overpeck, AK Gupta
Science 297 (5581), 596-599, 2002
4622002
Origin of agriculture and domestication of plants and animals linked to early Holocene climate amelioration
AK Gupta
Current science, 54-59, 2004
4022004
Solar influence on the Indian summer monsoon during the Holocene
AK Gupta, M Das, DM Anderson
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (17), 2005
3622005
Kedarnath disaster: Facts and plausible causes.
DP Dobhal, AK Gupta, M Mehta, DD Khandelwal
Current Science (00113891) 105 (2), 2013
2492013
Abrupt changes in Indian summer monsoon strength during 33,800 to 5500 years BP
S Dutt, AK Gupta, SC Clemens, H Cheng, RK Singh, G Kathayat, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (13), 5526-5532, 2015
2372015
Mid-Pliocene climate change amplified by a switch in Indonesian subsurface throughflow
C Karas, D Nürnberg, AK Gupta, R Tiedemann, K Mohan, T Bickert
Nature Geoscience 2 (6), 434-438, 2009
1962009
Initiation of Northern Hemisphere glaciation and strengthening of the northeast Indian monsoon: Ocean Drilling Program Site 758, eastern equatorial Indian Ocean
AK Gupta, E Thomas
Geology 31 (1), 47-50, 2003
1782003
Indian Ocean high-productivity event (10–8 Ma): Linked to global cooling or to the initiation of the Indian monsoons?
AK Gupta, RK Singh, S Joseph, E Thomas
Geology 32 (9), 753-756, 2004
1612004
Late Pleistocene–Holocene vegetation and Indian summer monsoon record from the Lahaul, northwest Himalaya, India
S Rawat, AK Gupta, SJ Sangode, P Srivastava, HC Nainwal
Quaternary Science Reviews 114, 167-181, 2015
1482015
Evolution of the South Asian monsoon wind system since the late Middle Miocene
AK Gupta, A Yuvaraja, M Prakasam, SC Clemens, A Velu
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 438, 160-167, 2015
1352015
Adaptation and human migration, and evidence of agriculture coincident with changes in the Indian summer monsoon during the Holocene
AK Gupta, DM Anderson, DN Pandey, AK Singhvi
Current Science, 1082-1090, 2006
1352006
Latest Miocene‐Pleistocene Productivity and Deep‐Sea Ventilation in the Northwestern Indian Ocean (Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 219)
AK Gupta, E Thomas
Paleoceanography 14 (1), 62-73, 1999
1291999
Deep-sea faunal provinces and their inferred environments in the Indian Ocean based on distribution of recent benthic foraminifera
S De, AK Gupta
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 291 (3-4), 429-442, 2010
962010
Assessment of landslide hazards induced by extreme rainfall event in Jammu and Kashmir Himalaya, northwest India
A Kumar, AKL Asthana, PR Singh, R Jayangondaperumal, AK Gupta, ...
Geomorphology 284, 72-87, 2017
942017
A long arid interlude in the Indian summer monsoon during ∼4,350 to 3, 450 cal. yr BP contemporaneous to displacement of the Indus valley civilization
S Dutt, AK Gupta, B Wünnemann, D Yan
Quaternary International 482, 83-92, 2018
802018
Devastation in the Kedarnath (Mandakini) Valley, Garhwal Himalaya, during 16–17 June 2013: a remote sensing and ground-based assessment
R Bhambri, M Mehta, DP Dobhal, AK Gupta, B Pratap, K Kesarwani, ...
Natural Hazards 80, 1801-1822, 2016
792016
Uvigerina proboscidea abundances and paleoceanography of the northern Indian Ocean DSDP Site 214 during the Late Neogene
AK Gupta, MS Srinivasan
Marine Micropaleontology 19 (4), 355-367, 1992
791992
Paleoceanographic and paleoclimatic history of the Somali Basin during the Pliocene-Pleistocene; multivariate analyses of benthic foraminifera from DSDP Site 241 (Leg 25)
AK Gupta
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 27 (3), 196-208, 1997
781997
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