Ronald John Henry Kaulback (23 July 1909 – 1995) was a British explorer, botanist and geographer. He was the son of Colonel H. A. Kaulback and had a younger brother Roy (known as Bill). After studying at the University of Cambridge and learning surveying at the Royal Geographical Society he accompanied Frank Kingdon-Ward on an expedition to Tibet. For political reasons Kaulbach was forbidden to continue on the second part of that journey. So he, Brooks Carrington and some others set out on a route by Fort Hertz and Burma which included crossing the Diphuk La and after travelling at the worst season reached Fort Hertz. He travelled in Burma, Nepal and Tibet.
- Kaulback, Ronald (1934). Tibetan Trek. London: Hodder & Stoughton. pp. 13–14.
- Kingdon-Ward F (1934). "Introduction". In: Kaulback R (1934). Tibetan Trek. London: Hodder & Stoughton; pp. 9–11.
- "New Expedition to Tibet". The Straits Times. 17 January 1935. p. 6. Accessed 12 May 2010.
- Ley, Willy (1962). Exotic Zoology. p. 79.
- Sanderson, Ivan T. (1961). Abominable Snowmen. p. 261.
- Beolens, Bo; Watkins, Michael; Grayson, Michael (2011). The Eponym Dictionary of Reptiles. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. xiii + 296 pp. ISBN 978-1-4214-0135-5. ("Kaulback", p. 138).
- Portraits of Ronald Kaulback at the National Portrait Gallery (London).
- Further biographical notes and a more detailed account of Kaulback's life and accomplishments.
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