Nepal Geological Society (NGS)

Nepalese National Group of IAEG Since 20 Years

+977-01-4437874
P.O.Box No. 231 Kathmandu, Nepal
info@ngs.org.np

Category: Developments in the geological exploration of Nepal


Developments in the geological exploration of Nepal

September 23rd, 2018 by

For citation: Stöcklin J. 2008, Developments in the geological exploration of Nepal, Journal of Nepal Geological Society, Vol. 38, pp. 49–54. 

 

DEVELOPMENTS IN THE GEOLOGICAL EXPLORATION OF NEPAL

Jovan Stöcklin

Honorary member, Nepal Geological Society

Erdbuehlstrasse 4 CH-8472 Seuzach,

Mineral Resources of Nepal and their present status

September 23rd, 2018 by

 

Krishna P. Kaphle,

Former Superintending Geologist, Department of Mines and Geology, Kathmandu, Nepal

Former President, Nepal Geological Society

E-mail:kpkaphle@gmail.com

 

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General Introduction

Nepal lies in the central part of 2500km long Himalayan belt. Almost 83%

Critical Comments on Trends in Himalayan Geology

September 23rd, 2018 by

For citation: Fuchs G., 2011, Critical comments on Trends in Himalayan Geology, available in www.ngs.org.np (website of Nepal Geological Society).

 

CRITICAL COMMENTS ON TRENDS IN HIMALAYAN GEOLOGY

Gerhard Fuchs

Austria

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1. STRATIGRAPHY AND TECTONICS

Geodynamic History Of Uttarakhanda Himalaya

September 23rd, 2018 by

For citation: Valdiya K.S., 2011, Geodynamic history of the Uttarakhand Himalaya, available in www.ngs.org.np (website of Nepal Geological Society).

GEODYNAMIC HISTORY OF THE UTTARAKHAND HIMALAYA

K S Valdiya

Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research Bangalore-560 064, India

E-mail: ksvaldiya@gmail.com

Nepal Geological Society P.O.Box No. 231 Kathmandu, Nepal
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