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1 2 3 4 FAMILY NAME NAME PERMANENT ADRESS PRESENT ADDRESS SHAKYA BINOD Ward no 23, House No. 108, Kathmandu, Nepal Tahachal Kathmandu, Nepal. E-mail:drbinod@lifelinegroup.info, b_ashakya@hotmail.com Ph. No. 9841412459
Nepalese 1967/7/12 Male Associate Professor/ Department Hydrometeorology, Tribhuvan University, Ministry of Education, Gov. of Nepal.

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Nationality Date of Birth Sex Permanent position/employer

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Academic Qualification Institute Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Quality Science Central Asian HydroMeteorological Research Institute, Tashkent, Uzbekistan Department of Geography and Glaciology Central Asian HydroMeteorological Research Institute, Tashkent Department of Geography and Glaciology Tribhuvan University (T.U), Kathmandu
Department of Hydrology and Meteorology Tribhuvan University (T.U), Kathmandu Department of Hydrology and Meteorology
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Degree/Research Post. Doctorate
Dec, 2003

Specialization
Vadose zone Hydrology (Rain Water Harvesting in soil)

Ph.D.
Physical Geography (Hydrology) June, 2001

Hydrometeorology: Rainfall Glacier lake assessment GLOF and Flood Modeling

PME (Hydrology, water resources,
hydrochemistry) Post master Exam Hydrology candidate exam Dec, 2000

11.00.07 Hydrology, Water resources, Hydrochemistry

M.Sc Meteorology
Sept 1994

Hydrometeorology: Extreme weather analysis and weather forecast for Flood Meteorology, Math, Statistics,

B.Sc.
Mereorology Sept, 1991

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Achievement

Mahendra Bidhya Bhushan ‘KA’ (Medal) Education Medal, Tribhuvan University
a. Post Graduate Training in Agriculture Meteorology from WMO, Israel, 1998 Course : Crop Weather Modeling,

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Training

b. NOAA Satellite Rainfall Training, ICIMOD, Kathmandu
2006 Course: Satellite rainfall estimation -NOAA,

c. USGS Training ICIMOD, Kathmandu 2006 Course : USGS GeoSFM Hydrogical modeling for flood
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Computer Software Skills GIS Arc view USGS- ARC GEOSFM Hydrological Model SURFER MODFLOW SPSS

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Language and degree of proficiency

Nepal Bhasa-Newari (mother tongue) Nepali (excellent) English (excellent) Russian (good) Hindi (excellent)

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Work Experience Years Countries

16 years Nepal, Uzbekistan, Israel, India, Maldives, SAARC Region
Position Associate Professor Climate Impact Modeler On Deputation Specialist Hydrometerological Disaster Assistant Professor/Hydrology and Climatology Year 2008 to date May 2012- Dec2012

Employer TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY Ministry Of Environment Government of Nepal/ADB Poject-Climate Risk Management SAARC DISASTER MANAGEMENT CENTRE, NEW DELHI TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY (T.U), Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Kathmandu

Dec. 2007- Dec-2009

May 1997-March2008

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TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY (T.U), Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Kathmandu

Assistant Lecturer

June1995- Feb 1997

Consultant
Practical Action International Consultant Proposal Development International Consultant International Consultant Team leader – Water quality assessment and awareness of Bagmati Rivers Principal Investigator: Climate Change adaptation in relation to GLOF and Water quality Consultant-Team Leader June 2011-July 2011

WWF Nepal SAARC COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT CENTRE, Maldives Department of hydrology and Meteorology, Gov. of Nepal LIFELINE LABORATORY AND RESEARCH CENTRE, NEPAL WWF/T.U Climate Change Project

March 2011- June 2011 5 April 2010 to 31 August 2010

Oct 2007-Dec 2007

April 2007-Oct2007

Department of Road,Government of Nepal/ Bishwo Consult (P) Ltd
CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION -FLOOD IMPACT ASSESSMENT LOTHAR RIVER
FLOOD PROJECT

Dec 2006 – March 2007

Department of Road,Government of Nepal/ TECH STUDIO OF ENGINEERING (P) Ltd. Department of Road,Government of Nepal/ Bishwo Consult (P) Ltd ICIMOD, Nepal

Hydrologist

March 2007-April 2007

Consultant: Design flood Expert Regional

Sep 2006-Nov 2006

June 2006-August 2006
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Department of hydrology and Meteorology, Gov. of Nepal PROBABLE MAXIMUM PRECIPITATION (PMP) GUIDELINE PROJECT UN ESCAP/TU Project Eastern Nepal Glacier Lake assessment Project METCON Consultant (P) LtD ICIMOD/T.U Project Sub Structural Consult (P) Ltd. Nagoya University, Japan/T.U, Kathmandu Sub Structural Consult (P) Ltd.

Consultant: Satellite rainfall forecasting and estimation Consultant-Senior Hydromteorologist

April 2001-July 2001

Glacier Hydrologist ConsultantHydrology Hydrologist Part time Hydrologist Counter Part Hydrologist Langtang Glacier and Snow Study Assistant Hydrology

Oct 1997-Oct 1998

Aug-1997-Oct 1998 May 1997 –Aug1997 May 1995-May 1997 March1996-June 1996

Oct 1992-June 1995

Work Detail
FIELD Proposal Development EMPLOYERS/YEARS

Practical Action U.K April 2011-May 2011

RESPONSIBILITY/SCOPE OF WORK a. Development of proposal for Strengthening

National institutions of Nepal for Disaster Risk Reduction.

FIELD

EMPLOYERS

Climate Change adaptation: “Rainwater harvesting”

SAARC COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT CENTRE 2010

RESPONSIBILITY/SCOPE OF WORK Regional Training on rainwater harvesting focusing on Climate change adaptation

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Literature review Preparation of training handbook Conduct training in the Maldives at venue.
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Evaluation of Training and Writing training report

FIELD

EMPLOYERS/YEARS

RESPONSIBILITY/SCOPE OF WORK
Conducting Training, workshop and Research Assistant Editor: SAARC journal on Disaster

Disaster Risk SAARC Disaster Reduction Management Centre, New Delhi 2007-2009

a. Editing of Hydromet disaster related Papers Authors of Indigenous Knowledge for Disaster Risk Reduction in South Asia, Publ. MACMILLAN –India, ISBN 10: 023063889-9 , SAARC-Japan Project Authors of South Asia Disaster Report 2007 and 2008

FIELD

EMPLOYERS/ YEARS

SCOPE OF WORK AND PROJECT
Hydrological study and hydraulic parameters investigation for Bridge design at following locations in Nepal Feasibility study of Design of Gauri Bridge, Dharan Chatara Road, Sunsari Detailed Engineering Design of Saptakoshi River Bridge, Dharan - Bhojpur Road, Sunsari Detailed Engineering Design of Sunsari River Bridge, Kalabanjar - Varauli VDC Road Detailed Engineering Design of Maiyan Bridge along Phikkal - Barbote - Gorkha District in Ilam District. Detailed Engineering Design of Mawa (Bhawar) Bridge along Damak Madhumalla road in Jhapa District. Detailed Engineering Design of Judhi Bridge along Bhatigunj road in Morang District. Detailed Engineering Design of Dhamana Bridge along Amahi Road in Sunsari District. Detailed Engineering Design of Bhutaha Bridge along Ekamma Road in Sunsari District. 5

Climate Risk Management in Bridge and Hydropower Design

Substructural Consult (P) Ltd. Year: 1995- 1997 And 1992-1995 (Asst. Hydrologist
TECH STUDIO OF ENGINEERING (P) Ltd.

2007
Bishwo Consult (P) Ltd 2007

Detailed Engineering Design of Sunsari Bridge along Siraha Road in Siraha District. Detailed Engineering Design of Mahesh Bridge at Dharke Road in Dhading District. Detailed Engineering Design of Khado River Bridge along Rajbiraj - Kancanpur - Fattepur road in Saptari District. Detailed Engineering Design of Keshalilya River Bridge at Ekrahai Ghat in Sunsari / Morang District. Detailed Engineering Design of Thalaha Bridge at Aurabani Sunsa Detailed Engineering Design of Budhi Rapti Bridge (Chitrasari) along Tandi, Sauraha road Chitwan. Detailed Engineering Design of Kamal Khola Bridge along Dharampur - Panchganchhi road, in Jhapa District. Detailed Engineering Design of Chandu Khola Bridge along Parajudi - Baluwathan - Damuna Bazar Khajuraganchhi (Mahendra Nagar) road, Jhapa District. Detailed Engineering Design of Ramchandra Khola Bridge along Kohabara – Damuna Bazar Khajuraganchhi (Mahendra Nagar) road, in Jhapa District Detailed Engineering Design of Aduwa Khola (Bhuteni) Sainikmod Biratpokhari in Jhapa District. Detailed Engineering Design of Khairhani Ma. Vi. Bridge along Khairhani Ma. Vi. - Chainpur road at Chitwan District over Budhi - Rapti River. Detailed Engineering Design of Budhawa River Bridge along Malebagar - Dharampani road at Tanahu District. Detailed Engineering Design of Bigahi River Bridge along Matihani - Tulsiyahi road at Mahottari / Dhanusha District Detailed Engineering Design of Jharahi River Bridge at Nawalparasi District. Detailed Engineering Design of Bhimad - Malebagar Bridge over Jigdi River at Tanahu District Detailed Engineering Design of Tarahari River Bridge along Pipariya - Bauhari road at Rautahat District 6

Detailed Engineering Design of Phusre Khola Bridge, Dovilla, Pokhara (Span 40m) including Preparation of Contract Document and Specifications. Detailed Engineering Design of Bridge abutment design of Bridge site of Budhi Khola, BiratnagarDewan Gunj Road. Detail Engineering Design of Susiya River Bridge Parsa, Birgunj including Preparation of contract document and specification. Detail Engineering Design of Ridi Khola Bridge Arghakhanchi District. Including preparationof contract document and specification. Detail Engineering Design of Budhjhora River Bridge, Bhadrapur - Kechana Road, Jhapa including preparation of contract document and specification. Detail Engineering Design of Ghinaghat Bridge, Biratnagar Morang, including preparation of contract document and specification. Detail Engineering Design of Lohandra River Bridge, Laxminiya, Biratnagar, Morang District including preparation of contract document and specification. Detail Engineering Design of Suiya River Bridge Baghuda Road Banke District, including preparation of contract document and specification.

METCON Consultant (P) Ltd 1998 and 2007

Flood Measurement

Climate Risk assessment in Hyropower and Hydrological analysis of the Budhi Ganga (BG 0) HPP. Assessment of hydrological parameters for the design of the hydropower structures such as tunnel, weir, desanding basin etc. Climate Risk assessment in Hyropower and Hydrological analysis and installation of hydrological station at Maiwa Khola for Hydropower project Meteorological analysis, Hydrometry and River Sediment Analysis a. Flood measurement using current meter at Jhikhu Watershed b. Sediment measurement using sediment sampler at Jhikhu Khola Watershed c. Estimation of soil loss from Jhikhu watershed
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ICIMOD/TU Project
National Level Guideline

May 1997-Oct 1997

SILT Consultant (P) Ltd
PROBABLE MAXIMUM PRECIPITATION (PMP) GUIDELINE PROJECT 2000- 2001

Climate and Weather Maximization and Preparation of Guidelines of PMP for Nepal a. Extreme rainfall analysis of Nepal b. Development relation between 24 hour and hourly extreme rainfall c. Frequency analysis of Extreme rainfall for PMP d. Development of Depth area Duration Curve for mega basins of Nepal e. Drawing PMP map of Nepal Using GIS application f. Development of monograph and guidelines Validation of NOAA satellite rainfall over Ganges and Brahmaputra Basins a. Estimation of Satellite based NOAA rainfall over Ganges and Brahmaputra Validation of satellite rainfall with rainfall from raingauges Preparation of isohyetal maps of Basin using GIS application Applying satellite rainfall over GIS based Geo SFM Hydrological Model

Rainfall Validation

ICIMOD Nepal NOAA Satellite rainfall and USGS Project
June 2006-August 2006

Glacier Lakes

b. c. d.

Central Asian Hydrometeorological Research Institute, Runoff estimation and development of empirical Uzbekistan Flood formula (GLOF, Flash Flood, Mountain Ph.D. Research 1998-2001
and low land flood) for Nepal a. Flood frequency Gauged Rivers analysis of of

Nepalese using

b. Estimation of runoff measured rainfall

Nepal

c. Development of empirical flood formula for
Nepalese rivers using GIS application, DEM and measured Flood Data

FIELD

EMPLOYERS/YEARS

RESPONSIBILITY/SCOPE OF WORK
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CLIMATE CHANGE
In glacial environment

Nagoya University, Japan
March1996-June 1996

Climate study and Suspended dust influence on Glacier melt over Lirung Glacier of Nepal a. b. c. d. e. f. Climate study over Langtang Area Glacier study of Langtang region Measurement of glacier ablation during pre monsoon season Study of snow melt runoff of Lirung Glacier Survey of glacier tongue of Lirung Weather study during the pre monsoon period.

GLACIER LAKE ASSESSMENT

ESCAP/TU Project Oct1997-Oct 1998

Climate Change and Glacier Lake assessment of Nepal Himalayas a. Assissment of eastern Himalayan glacier lake of Nepal using NASDA satellite image, 1956 topographic maps and 1995 digital topographic maps b. Study of growth rate of Glacier lake using GIS application c. Identification of Potentially dangerous glacier Lakes a. b. Study of Climate change and Imja Glacier lake growth Study on Downstream vulnerability analysis from Imja GLOF

FIELD CLIMATE CHANGE, ITS IMPACT AND MITIGATION

EMPLOYERS/YEARS

WWF, Nepal-T.U Project
April 2007-Oct2007

RESPONSIBILITY/SCOPE OF WORK Climate change mapping, Hydrometeorological change over Khumbu Basin c. Climate change mapping of Khumbu region using GIS application, IPCC prediction on temperature change and rainfall d. e. f. g. Study of river flow duration change due to climate change Study of climate change with biodiversity change Study of Climate change with socio economic impact of the basin Hosting one day seminar for stakeholder on project
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output

Bishwo Consult (P) Ltd –Dept of Road Project
LOTHAR RIVER FLOOD
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PROJECT

Climate Change and soil erosion and Environmental Impact assessment of Lothar Khola Watershed a. Climate risk assessment in Lothar Basis b. Environmental impact assessment c. Estimation of volume of bed aggradations (sudden rise of 6 meters )in Lothar river near Highway bridge d. Study of climate change and frequency of extreme rainfall. e. Bed aggradations and flood impact assessment study over nearby areas f. Development of flood and sediment mitigation plan

Dec 2006 – March 2007

g. Identification of causes, trend and mitigation measures at Lother river

Names and contact addresses of three referees 1. Dr. Sanjay Srivastav Advisor, UNESCAP Bangkok, Thailand Email: srivastavas@un.org Mobile: 0066890457595 2. Dr. Md. Ali State Minister, Agriculture and Fisheries, Maldives email: emaly07@hotmail.com Tel :009607781301 3. Prof. Dr. Shahnaz Huq Hussain Dean, Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Professor, Department of Geography and Environment, University of Dhaka Email: shuqhussain@gmail.com
Tel: 880-2-9661900-ext(7266/7246)

PUBLICATIONS  Shakya Binod. 2012, Estimation of Flood and Glacier Lake outburst Flood –a case study for Nepal Himalaya, Book, Lap Lambert Publication, GmbH, Germany, ISBN 978-3-847310

3588-7   Shakya Binod. 2011, Water Poverty of Indrawati Basin, Research book, WWF Nepal Publ. Shakya Binod. 2002, A new approach within hydrometeorological Technique for the estimation of Probable Maximum Precipitation (PMP) over Nepal, Book on Flood defense, Science Press, New York, ISBN 1-880132-54-0 Shakya Binod. 2010, Roof Top Rainwater harvesting, Training Handbook, SAARC Coastal Zone management Centre Publ. Shakya Binod. 1998, Problems due to severe floods and other catastrophic events associated with synoptic situation in Nepal. Polish Polar Studies, Vol. 25, Institute of Geophysics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, pp. 205-213. Shakya Binod, Adhikari Sunil,. Nakawo M, and Seko K , 2000, Dust influence on the melting process of glacier ice: experimental results from Lirung Glacier, Nepal Himalays., IAHS Publ. №.264, pp. 43 - 52. Shakya Binod. 1999, Estimation of design flood for Saptakoshi river bridge of Nepal using historical flood events. Boletim Goiano de Geografia, IESA Publ. Vol.19, №1, p. 109. Shakya Binod, Adhikari D.P, Thapa K.B, T.Li, Mool P.K and Khanal N.R. 1997, Nature and causes of debris flow disaster of July 22, 1996 at Larcha, Upper Bhotekoshi Valley, Sindhupalchok, Central Nepal. Journal Nepal Geological Society, , Vol. 16, p. 99.

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Shakya Binod, Adhikari D.P, Thapa K.B, T.Li, Mool P.K and Khanal N.R. Feb. 1997,, Nature of debris flow at Larcha, Upper Bhotekoshi Valley, Sindhupalchok, Central Nepal. Journal of Nepal Geological Society. Feb. 1997, Vol. 14, pp. 41- 43. Shakya Binod, Shrestha Samridhi, June 2005, Soil water and grass evapotranspiration experiments in Tribhuvan University micro-catchment soil. Journal of Hydrology and Meteorology, SOHAM, Vol. 2, pub. pp 69-76. Shakya Binod, Bidhya Limbu, Anjana Shakya March 2007, Rain Water Harvesting Potential and Its Quality: A Case Study of Nayabazar Town PlanningArea, Kathmandu Muncipality, Journal of Hydrology and Meteorology, SOHAM, Vol.4, pub. pp 50-57. Shakya Binod. 2004, Elements of practical hydrology and meteorology for environmental studies. A text book. BS Publication, Nepal
Shakya Binod, Devkota L.P, Sherestha Archana.1998, Local and synoptic atmospheric condition over Kulekhani watershed during July 1993 storm. International Seminar On Water Induced Disaster, 1996, Nepal, Seminar Poceedings, 5 p. Shakya Binod, Upadhyay B.P, Pradhananga Dhiraj.1997,. Study of some synoptic situations (Monsoon period) associated with severe floods in Nepal. Published proceedings of an
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international seminar on water induced disaster held at Kathmandu, Nepal, pp. 314 - 318.
 Binod Shakya, et al,2006, Estimation of 2002 Extreme Flood over Balkhu River Using NOAA Based, Satellite Rainfall and HEC-HMS Hydrological Model, and Assessment of Flood Education of People Living Near the Flood Risk Zone of Balkhu River, Proceedings, International Seminar in GEO DISASTER, pp 215-223. Shakya B, 2001., Estimation of Main Hydrological Characteristics of Nepal. SANIGMI Publication, ISBN 556.535.3, Tashkent. Shakya B, 2002, The Role of Mountain on Runoff Estimation and Distribution over Nepal, Proceedings, International Seminar on Mountains, RONAST, pp 329-335 Shakya B. et al contributors 2007, South Asian Disaster Report 2007. SAARC publication, ISSN : 0974-6463 Shakya B. et al contributors 2008, South Asian Disaster Report 2008. Publ MACMILLAN – India, ISBN 10: 023063891-0 Shakya B. et al 2009, Indigenous Knowledge for Disaster Risk Reduction in South Asia, Publ. MACMILLAN –India, ISBN 10: 023063889-9 Shakya B. and Thapa K.B 2008, Hydro Meteorological Study of Khumbu Region in Climate Change Perspective., Publ. WWF – Shakya B. 2006. Training manual for Meteorological and Hydrological measurements and Analysis, CDHM, Tribhuvan University

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