Ahmad Hussain

Senior Consultant

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  • Santa Ana
  • CA
  • 92701
  • USA


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Mr. Ahmad Hussain completed his B.Sc. (with Honors) degree in 1966 from Peshawar University and his M.Sc. (in Petroleum and Structural Geology) in 1968 from the University of the Punjab. He joined the Geological Survey of Pakistan in 1967 as Assistant Director and retired as Deputy Director General in January 2005. Mr. Ahmad Hussain has vast experience in the field of stratigraphy, structure and economic geology. He has over 100 national and international research publications to his credit and has presented 30 research papers in national and international seminars, symposia and conferences. He has carried out a tectonic study of the northern part of Pakistan in collaboration with the U.S. National Science Foundation. He has revised and modified the geology of the Peshawar basin and the Attock-Cherat Range on the basis of stratigraphic, structural and paleontological data. He has geologically mapped about 15,000 square kilometers of the North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) and Kashmir, which resulted in the discovery of huge deposits of marble, silica sand, bauxite, salt, cement raw material, lightweight aggregate and iron ore deposits.

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