National Agricultural Higher Education Project (NAHEP) of  ICAR, New Delhi Project
Centre for Advanced Agricultural Science and Technology
for Climate Smart Agriculture and Water Management(CAAST -CSAWM)
Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri, Tal. Rahuri, Dist. Ahmednagar 413 722

Claudio O. Stöckle


M.S., Ph.D. Washington State University 24106 N. Bunn Rd., Prosser, WA 99350-8694

Claudio O. Stöckle,

 M.S., Ph.D.
Washington State University
24106 N. Bunn Rd., Prosser, WA 99350-8694

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Professor
Department of Biological Systems Engineering
Washington State University

Education
Ph.D., Soil Physics (minor in Agricultural Engineering), Washington State Univ., 1985.
M.S., Engineering, Washington State University, 1986.
M.S., Soils (Soil Physics), Washington State University, 1983.
Five-year degree plus thesis (Agricultural Engineering), University of Chile, 1972.
 

Academic and Professional Experience

Nov 2001-present

Chair, Dept. Biological Systems Engineering

 

 

Jul 99-Dec 2001

Director, State of Washington Water Research Center

Jul 98-Present

Professor, Biological Syst. Eng., Washington State University

Jul 94 - 98

Associate Professor, Biological Syst. Eng, Washington St. Univ.

Jun-Dec. 95

Visiting Professor. Istituto Sperimentale Agronomico, Modena, Italy ;

 

Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Toulouse, France;

 

Universitat de Lleida, Catalonia, Spain.

Oct 89-Jun 94

Assistant Professor, Biological Syst. Eng, Washington St. Univ.

Jun 88- Sept 89

Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University, Temple, Texas

May 87 – May 88

Research Scientist, Texas A&M University, Temple, Texas

1985- 86

Research Associate, Washington State University

1982-84

Graduate Research Assistant, Washington State University

1978 - 81

Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural Engineering and Soils, University of

 

Chile

1976 - 81

Consulting Engineer (part-time). Regional and farm-level irrigation and drainage

 

engineering projects in Chile

1973 - 77

Assistant Professor, Irrigation and Drainage, Dept. of Agricultural Engineering and

 

Soils, University of Chile

Teaching Experience

Graduate and undergraduate courses in Soil and Water Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Nutrient Cycling, Agricultural Systems Modeling, and Engineering Analysis. He has taught numerous international courses on principles and applications of agricultural systems modeling.

Research Interests

Development and application of computer-based analytical tools (crop simulation models, weather generators, watershed models, geographical information systems) to study the effect of soil, weather, land use, and management on crop productivity and the environment. Assessment of agricultural systems in relation to climate change, atmospheric CO2 elevation, emission of greenhouse gases, and nutrient cycling analyses.

Peer-reviewed Journal Publications (Last 4 years): 29

Team