Dr. Prakash Das Ulak

Associate Professor

Department of Geology

Tri-Chandra Multiple Campus

Tribhuvan University

Kathmandu, Nepal

 

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Academic qualification: Ph.D.
 
Specialization: Sedimentology and Tectonics
 
Research interest:

Sedimentology and climate change
 

Membership:

Nepal Geological Society, Nepal Unversity’s Teacher Association
 

Selected publication

Geology of the Lesser and Higher Himalayan sequences along the Bhotekoshi River section between Syabru Besi and Rasuwa Gadhi (Nepal-China boarder) area, central Nepal, Bullatin of NGS, V. 34, pp.79-86.

Evolution of fluvial system and reconstruction of paleohydrology of late Cenozoic Siwalik Group, related to tectonic uplift of Himalaya and climatic change, KankaiRiver section, east Nepal Himalaya. Jour. Nepal Geol. Soc., v.51, pp. 59-72.

Geology of Nepal Himalaya. Department of Geology, Trichndra Campus, Tribhuvan University, 2017, published by Rachana Ulak, Kathmandu Nepal, 478p.

Field Guidebook for B. Sc. 4th Year (Geology Student), 2016, Geology of Nepal Himalaya, West Himalaya (Indo-Gangetic Plain, Siwalik Group, Tansen Group and Kaligandaki Supergroup, Lesser Himalaya) Rupandehi-Palpa and Syangja Districts (Lumbini and Gandaki Zones) along Bhairahawa-Butwal-Pokhara Road (Siddhartha Highway). Department of Geology, Tri-Chandra Campus, Ghantaghar, Kathmandu,Nepal

Magnetostratigraphic dating of the prime-time sedimentary record of Himalayan tectonics and climate: New age constraints (13-10 Ma) from the Siwaliks of the Tinau Khola north section, Nepal, 2012.

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Magnetic susceptibility of some Lesser Himalayan rocks in central Nepal

Journal of Nepal Geological Society, 2011, Vol. 43, pp. 31–40


Magnetic susceptibility of some Lesser Himalayan rocks in central

Nepa


Magnetic susceptibility of some Lesser Himalayan rocks in central

Nepal

Magnetic susceptibility of some Lesser Himalayan rocks in central

Nepal

 

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