Netra has been working at the Oklahoma Geological Survey since February 2018. His research is focused primarily on understanding the role of soil- and hydro-geomorphic processes and hazards in the evolution of mountain environments. He has studied mass movement, alluvial and eolian processes and hazards in the Himalayas, western Alaska, Colorado Rockies, Southwest US, Oklahoma, and Mexico. Netra received his M.S. degree in geology from Tribhuvan University in Nepal and his Ph.D. in geology from Texas A&M University in College Station. He enjoys traveling new places with his family.