Navya REGHU

Post-Doctoral Researcher

  navya.reghu AT ifpindia DOT org
  + 91- 413-2231622
  + 91- 413-2231605


Publications

Conference Papers
Navya Reghu, S Prasad, M.J. Gaillard, Florence Mazier, P.P. Mohapatra, et al.. Testing the REVEALS model in South-East India - reconstruction of Holocene regional land-cover change. 20th INQUA, Jul 2019, Dublin, Ireland. (hal-02442200)

Navya Reghu, S. Prasad, M.J. Gaillard, Florence Mazier, Li Furong, et al.. Relative pollen productivity estimates (RPP) of some key pollen taxa in south-east India. 20th INQUA, Jul 2019, Dublin, Ireland. (hal-02442115)

R. Navya. Quantifying Past Land-cover in south-east India using a Pollen-Vegetation Modelling Approach. Paper presented at the Conference on Values Embedded in Burial Archaeological Context and Integrated Microscopy approaches in Archaeology held at Postgraduate Institute of Archaeology, (University of Kelaniya), Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo, Sri Lanka on 20th-21st December 2018, Dec 2018, Colombo, Sri Lanka. (hal-02734091)

R. Navya, Srinivasan Prasad, Krishnamurthy Anupama. Understanding plant-pollen diversity in the Coromandel Coast of South India. Paper presented at the Fourth Indian Biodiversity Congress (IBC 2017), 10-12 March 2017, Pondicherry University, Puducherry, India, Mar 2017, Pondicherry, India. p. 228. (hal-02867499)

Navya Reghu. Modern Pollen Spectrum from Southern East India - Analogue of Quaternary Vegetation Reconstruction. 3rd NECLIME (Neogene Climate Evolution of Eurasia) Asian Meeting, Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Feb 2016, Lucknow, India. (hal-02910932)

S Prasad, Navya Reghu, K. Anupama. Microscopic Interpretation of Pollen Grains- Preparations and Acetolysis. Advances in Microscopy, Histochemisty and Plant Microtechniques. Lab manual on Microscopy, Histochemistry and Micro techniques, 2016, Tirunelveli, India. (hal-02910945)

R Premathilake, S Prasad, G Orukaimoni, Navya Reghu, Lazar J., et al.. Hands-on training cum demonstrations of field and laboratory procedures for phytolith extractions from archeological and plant materials. INQUA-HaBCom (International Union for Quaternary Research – Humans and the Biosphere Commission) workshop-cum-training programme entitled 'Palaeoanthropological Perspectives on Plant Communities in South Asia, Sharma Centre for Heritage Education and the French Institute of Pondicherry, Oct 2014, Pondicherry, India. (hal-02920097)

Navya Reghu, Ahmed H., Ronan D., S Prasad, K. Anupama. Quantitative criteria for distinguishing pollen of some grass species in South India: an approach using light microscopy and multinominal regression. National Conference on "Quaternary Climate Change: New Approaches and Emerging Challenges, Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Dec 2014, Lucknow, India. (hal-02922140)





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