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MORPHO-HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS AND SEDIMENT DYNAMICS OF TWO GRAVELLY STREAMS FLOWING OVER THE SIWALIK TERRAIN, CENTRAL NEPAL SUB-HIMALAYA
The Pantale Khola and the Thado Khola both are the fourth order streams originating from the Churia Hills and flowing on the gravelly terrain towards the north and ultimately mixing to the Rapati Nadi. The total area of the study area is 64 km2 . The fluvial condition of these streams originating from the Churia Hills along with their characteristics, sediment transport and sediment dynamics were studied. Geomorphic characterization of both the streams were accomplished using the help ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.6955702 fatcat:en4ht2mly5hilgsewe5lolqjpm