- Name: Bharat Mahto
- Position: Professor
- Subject: General Forestry
- Department: Watershed Mgmt. & Environmental Science
- Ph.D. in Forestry, AIFC (Masters in Forestry from Deharadun, India.)
- M.Tech in Remote Sensing and GIS from Andhra University, India.
- B.Sc. India
- Interest Area: NTFP, Remote Sensing, Soil Science
- Research and Publication:
“Quantification of Forest Growing Stock Using Remote Sensing data for management planning – A case study of Tikauli Forest in Chitwan District of Nepal” presented in International seminar held on Singapore from 5-9, Sepetember 2001.
Effects of Road Development on Socio-economic Aspect of the People Living along the Trekking Route (A case Study of Lete Village Development Community, Mustang) Published in the Proceedings National Conference on Forest-People Interaction June, 7-8, 2010, Pokhara, Nepal
“Traditionally used medicinal plants of two user groups of Lete and Kunjo VDC of Mustang District and their antibacterial activities” A research report submitted to the Com ForM Project Institute of Forestry, Pokhara, Nepal
“Quantification of Forest Growing Stock Using Remote Sensing Data for Management planning in Tikauli Forest of Chitwan District, Nepal” using remote sensing and GIS M. Tech Thesis Report
“Growing stock Estimation in Lachhiwala Forest Range, Deharadun,Uttaranchal, India Using Remote Sensing and GIS”
“Environment, rate of growth, effect of inter cultivation and volume production in Dalbergiasisoo and Eucalyptus camaldulensis plantation at Sagarnath, Nepal”
“Growth Studies on Dalbergiasisoo under agroforestry in DShanusa and Mahotari Districts of Nepal”
“Ecology and Growth of shorearobusta in central terai Nepal”
“Indigenous knowledge and practices of extraction, utilization and marketing of NTFPs – A case study from ACAP Area Community Forest”
Mahto, Bharat. (2012). Ethnomedical Plants Found in Mustang District of Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal.Indian Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products.Vol. 19, No. 1.Deharadun, India.
Mahto, Bharat. (2012). Antibacterial Screening of some medicinal plants in Annapurna region of Nepal.BankoJankari.Vol. 12, No.1
Mahto, Bharat. (2003). “Remote Sensing for Soil Survey and mapping.”The Greenery:A Journal of Environment and Biodiversity, Pp139
Mahto, Bharat. (2010).Effects of road development on socioeconomic aspect of the people living along the trekking route (A case Study of Lete Village Development Committee, Mustang).Proceedings of National conference on Forest- People Interaction 2010, Organized by Tribhuvan University, IOF, Pokhara, Nepal.
- Chief of Examination Cntrol under office of the Dean, IOF, Pokhara
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