2015 Costa, A. G. (accepted) New observations on animal bones and Palaeolithic tools from Tejpur, Northern Gujarat. Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology
2015 Costa, A. G. (in press) First Late Pleistocene fossil fauna from the dry coastal zone of tropical southwestern Asia: Implications for early human dispersals along inundated coastal corridors. Quaternary International
2015 Vrba, E., F. Bibi, and A. G. Costa, First Asian record of a late Pleistocene reduncine (artiodactyla, bovidae, reduncini), Sivacobus sankaliai, gen. et sp. nov. from Gopnath (Miliolite Formation) Gujarat, India and a revision of the Siwalik genus Sivacobus, Pilgrim, 1939. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 35(4), e943399
2013 Costa, A.G.. Were there Indian Neanderthals? On the probable affinities of the South Asian Middle to Late Pleistocene paleodeme. Indian Journal of Physical Anthropology and Human Genetics 32(1): 13-18.
2012 Costa, A.G., Were there stone-tipped armatures in the South Asian Middle Paleolithic? Quaternary International, DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2011.01.044, 269, 22-30.
2011 Costa, A.G., Ajithprasad, P. and B. Sharma, 2011. Tracking Early Humans in coastal western India: the Gujarat Palaeoanthropology Project. Antiquity 85 (327).
2010 Costa, A.G. 2010. A geometric morphometric assessment of plan shape in bone and stone Acheulean bifaces from the Middle Pleistocene site of Castel di Guido, Latium, Italy. In Lycett, S.J. & Chauhan, P.R. (Eds.) New Perspectives on Old Stones: Analytical Approaches to Palaeolithic Technologies. Springer Press, New York. pp.23-41.