Tenzing Chogyal Sherpa
Tenzing Chogyal Sherpa is a remote sensing and geo-information associate (cryosphere research) at the International Center for Integrated Mountain Development. He has also worked on the Cryosphere Monitoring project at Kathmandu University as a research associate, and supported numerous glacio-hydrological expeditions and geophysical surveys across Nepal. He was also one of the key researchers from the glaciology team in the National Geographic Society’s Life at the Extremes Everest Expedition, which installed one of the highest automatic weather stations in the world. He has also been a vital member of the Everdrill project, a first-of-its-kind at that elevation, where the team had drilled more than 150m into the Khumbu Glacier.