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B. Parkash
B. Parkash
Professor retired from I.I.T. Roorkee
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Historical geomorphology and pedology of the Gandak megafan, Middle Gangetic Plains, India
R Mohindra, B Parkash, J Prasad
Earth surface processes and landforms 17 (7), 643-662, 1992
1861992
Morphology of the Kosi megafan
K Gohain, B Parkash
Alluvial fans. A field approach, 151-178, 1990
1861990
The Siwalik Group (molasse)—sediments shed by collision of continental plates
B Parkash, RP Sharma, AK Roy
Sedimentary Geology 25 (1-2), 127-159, 1980
1711980
Facies analysis of the Kosi megafan deposits
H Singh, B Parkash, K Gohain
Sedimentary Geology 85 (1-4), 87-113, 1993
1531993
Lithofacies of the Markanda terminal fan, Kurukshetra district, Haryana, India
B Parkash, AK Awasthi, K Gohain
Modern and ancient fluvial systems 6, 337-344, 1983
1521983
Evolution of the lower Gangetic Plain landforms and soils in West Bengal, India
LP Singh, B Parkash, AK Singhvi
Catena 33 (2), 75-104, 1998
1241998
Quaternary alluvial fan sedimentation in the Dehradun valley piggyback basin, NW Himalaya: tectonic and palaeoclimatic implications
AK Singh, B Parkash, R Mohindra, JV Thomas, AK Singhvi
Basin Research 13 (4), 449-471, 2001
1162001
Role of neotectonics and climate in development of the Holocene geomorphology and soils of the Gangetic Plains between the Ramganga and Rapti rivers
P Srivastava, B Parkash, JL Sehgal, S Kumar
Sedimentary Geology 94 (1-2), 129-151, 1994
1051994
Clay minerals in soils as evidence of Holocene climatic change, central Indo-Gangetic Plains, north-central India
P Srivastava, B Parkash, DK Pal
Quaternary Research 50 (3), 230-239, 1998
991998
Holocene tectonic movements and stress field in the western Gangetic plains
B Parkash, S Kumar, MS Rao, SC Giri, CS Kumar, S Gupta, P Srivastava
Current Science, 438-449, 2000
832000
Lithofacies and palaeosol analysis of the Middle and Upper Siwalik Groups (Plio–Pleistocene), Haripur-Kolar section, Himachal Pradesh, India
JV Thomas, B Parkash, R Mohindra
Sedimentary Geology 150 (3-4), 343-366, 2002
792002
Holocene landform and soil evolution of the western Gangetic Plains: implications of neotectonics and climate
S Kumar, B Parkash, ML Manchanda, AK Singhvi, P Srivastava
J. Geol 88, 100-108, 1996
711996
Downcurrent textural changes in Ordovician turbidite greywackes
B Parkash, GV Middleton
Sedimentology 14 (3‐4), 259-293, 1970
641970
Geomorphology and neotectonic activity of the Gandak Mega-fan and adjoining areas, middle Gangetic Plains
R Mohindra, B Parkash
Journal of the Geological Society of India 43 (2), 149-157, 1994
451994
The Indogangetic Basin
B Parkash, S KUMARADCHANSKY
Sedimentary basins of India, 147-170, 1991
431991
Integrated use of SRM, Landsat ETM+ data and 3D perspective views to identify the tectonic geomorphology of Dehradun valley, India
AK Singh, B Parkash, PR Choudhury
International Journal of Remote Sensing 28 (11), 2403-2414, 2007
372007
Geomorphology, pedology and sedimentology of the Deoha/Ganga–Ghaghara Interfluve, Upper Gangetic Plains (Himalayan foreland basin)—extensional tectonic implications
S Singh, B Parkash, MS Rao, M Arora, B Bhosle
Catena 67 (3), 183-203, 2006
362006
Late Miocene record of palaeovegetation from Siwalik palaeosols of the Ramnagar sub-basin, India
S Singh, B Parkash, AK Awasthi, S Kumar
Current Science, 213-222, 2011
352011
Polygenetic soils of the north-central part of the Gangetic Plains: a micromorphological approach
P Srivastava, B Parkash
Catena 46 (4), 243-259, 2002
332002
CHANGES IN CHANNEL PATTERN OF RIVER GANGA BETWEEN MUSTAFABAD AND RAJMAHAL, GANGETIC PLAINS SINCE 18^ T^ H CENTURY
PK Swamee, B Parkash, JV Thomas, S Singh
International Journal of Sediment Research 18 (3), 219-231, 2003
302003
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