Soil Scientist, Rodale Institute

Address: 611 Siegfriedale Rd, Kutztown, PA 19530

Dinesh is a Soil Scientist at Rodale Institute, Kutztown, Pennsylvania. His research focuses on various aspects of soil and environmental disciplines, including soil health, soil fertility, nutrient management, carbon and nitrogen cycling, regenerative agriculture, cropping systems, geospatial analysis, climate change, and greenhouse gases emissions. He received his doctoral degree in Soil and Water Sciences from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2020. He is one of the members of “Young Scientists Group” led by the Food and Agriculture Organization and World Food Forum in 2022-2023. He is also a co-editor of the book, “The Soils of Nepal,” published by Springer Nature in 2021. More about him:

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  • Panday, D., Bhusal, N., Das, S., Ghalehgolabbehbahani, A. Rooted in Nature: The Rise, Challenges, and Potential of Organic Farming and Fertilizers in Agroecosystems. Sustainability 2024, 10.3390/su16041530.
  • Das, S., Ray, M.K., Panday, D., Mishra, P.K. Role of Biotechnology in Creating Sustainable Agriculture. Plos Sustainability and Transformation 2023, 10.1371/journal.pstr.0000069.
  • Panday, D., Saha, D., Lee, J. and Jagadamma, S., Adotey, N. and Mengistu, A. Cover Crop Influence on Soil Nitrous Oxide and Carbon dioxide Emissions under Wetting-drying Intensities: An Incubation Study. European Journal of Soil Science 2022, 10.1111/ejss.13309.
  • Borelli, P., Alewall, C., [et al, including Panday, D.] Soil Erosion Modelling: A Global Review and Statistical Analysis. Science of The Total Environment 2021, 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.146494.
  • Panday, D., Mikha, M.M., Collins, H.P., Jin, V.L., Kaiser, M., Malakar, A., Cooper, J. and Maharjan, B. Optimum Rates of Surface Applied Coal Char Decreased Soil Ammonia Volatilization Loss. Journal of Environmental Quality 2020, 10.1002/jeq2.20023.
  • Panday, D., Maharjan, B., Chalise, D., Shrestha, R.K. and Twanabasu, B. Digital Soil Mapping in the Bara District of Nepal using Kriging Tool in ArcGIS. PLoS ONE 2018, 10.1371/journal.pone.0206350.

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