Dr. Pratik Dash is a Geographer working on remote sensing and GIS application in disaster mitigation. He was awarded Ph.D. degree in 2016 from the Department of Geography, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He has more than five years of experience in hydrological modeling, remote sensing and GIS applications. He has also expertise in hydrodynamic modeling, river basin analysis, land use dynamics, policy and governance issues in disaster mitigation etc. He has been awarded JRF by CSIR in 2009. He has published four research articles in national and international journals; and presented papers in many national and international conferences. He personally loves making painting, poem writing and cooking.
Dash, P., Aggarwal, S. P. and Verma, N. (2013): Sub-basin scale hydrologic response assessment through morphometric analysis: a case study of Sirsa basin, western Himalaya, India. Journal on Civil Engineering, vol. 3, no 1, pp. 10-18.
Dash, P., Aggarwal, S. P. and Verma, N. (2013): Correlation based morphometric analysis to understand drainage basin evolution: a case study of Sirsa river basin, western Himalaya, India. Scientific Annals of “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University Of Iaşi- Geography Series, vol. 59, no. 1, pp. 35-58.
Dash, P., Aggarwal, S. P., Verma, N. and Ghosh, S. (2014): Investigation of scale dependence and geomorphic stages of evolution through hypsometric analysis: A case study of Sirsa basin, western Himalaya, India. Geocarto International, vol. 29, no 7, pp. 758-777.
Verma, N. and Dash, P. (2015): The study of the landuse/landcover change in Sirsa River basin, Himachal Pradesh using remote sensing data. National Geographical Journal of India, vol. 61, no 1, pp. 87-98.