Ananta Prasad Gajurel, PhD

Ananta has lectured at Tribhuvan University for more than 20 years and has assisted with field geoscience courses for Nepali and international students. He has a PhD in sedimentology and geochemistry from Université Joseph Fourier in France and was a Fulbright Scholar at Cornell University in 2012–13. His research interests include using sedimentology and geochemistry to better understand climate history and past depositional environments. He is active in GPS/GNSS research of ground surface movement and geohazards education and mitigation. Recently, he has been part of a National Geographic team studying climate change and other environmental factors in the Everest region of Nepal.


  • PhD, Université Joseph Fourier
Ananta Prasad Gajurel, PhD

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NEPAL: Geoscience in the Himalaya

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