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Pradeep Wagle

Soil Scientist


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Dr. Pradeep Wagle


 Research Associate

USDA-ARS Grazinglands Research Laboratory

7207 West Cheyenne Street El Reno OK 73036

Voice: 1-(405)-262-5291    

Fax: 1-(405)-262-0133

Pradeep.Wagle@ars.usda.gov

 

Research Interests         


 Education:


 Professional Experience:

       (Co-operative Agreement between USDA and University of Oklahoma)

 


 Selected Awards:


 Professional Service:

                (Publication of Associations of Nepalese Agricultural Professionals of Americas, NAPA).


 Selected Publications:

Book Chapter (1)

  1. Steiner, J. L., P. Wagle, and P. Gowda. 2017. Management of Water Resources for Grasslands. In: Improving Grassland and Pasture Management in Agriculture (Eds. Athole Marshall and Rosemary Collins). Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing.  

Peer Reviewed Articles (28)

2017

  1. N. Bhattarai, P. Wagle, P. H. Gowda, and V. G. Kakani. 2017. Utility of Remote Sensing-based Surface Energy Balance Models to Track Water Stress in Rain-fed Switchgrass under Dry and Wet Conditions. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (In-Press).
  2. Wagle, P., P. H. Gowda, S. S. Anapalli, K. R. Reddy, and B. K. Northup. 2017. Growing Season Variability in Carbon Dioxide Exchange of Irrigated and Rainfed Soybean in the Southern United States. Science of the Total Environment 593-594: 263-273.
  3. Wagle, P., N. Bhattarai, P. H. Gowda, and V. G. Kakani. 2017. Performance of Five Surface Energy Balance Models for Estimating Daily Evapotranspiration in High Biomass Sorghum. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 128: 192-203.
  4. Wagle, P., X. Xiao, P. Gowda, J. Basara, N. A. Brunsell, J. Steiner, and A. KC. 2017. Analysis and Estimation of Tallgrass Prairie Evapotranspiration in the Central United States. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 232: 35-47.
  5. Zhou, Y., X. Xiao, P. Wagle, R. Bajgain, H. Mahan, J. B. Basara, J. Dong, Y. Qin, G. Zhang, Y. Luo, P. H. Gowda, J. P. Neel, P. Starks, and J. L. Steiner. 2017. Examining the Short-term Impacts of Diverse Management Practices on Plant Phenology and Carbon Fluxes of Old World Bluestems Pasture. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 237-238: 60-70.
  6. Zhou, Y., X. Xiao, G. Zhang, P. Wagle, R. Bajgain, J. Dong, C. Jin, J. B. Basara, M. C. Anderson, C. Hain, and J. A. Otkin. Quantifying Agricultural Drought in Tallgrass Prairie Region in the U. S. Southern Great Plains through Analysis of a Water-related Vegetation Index from MODIS Images. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 246: 111-122.

2016

  1. Wagle, P., X. Xiao, T. E. Kolb, B. E. Law, S. Wharton, R. K. Monson, J. Chen, P. D. Blanken, , K. A. Novick, S. Dore, A. Noormets, and P. H. Gowda. 2016. Differential Responses of Carbon and Water Vapor Fluxes to Climate among Evergreen Needleleaf Forests in the USA. Ecological Processes 5(1): 1-17. (Invited Paper by the Chief-editor of the Journal).
  2. Wagle, P., P. Gowda, X. Xiao, A. KC. 2016. Parameterizing Ecosystem Light Use Efficiency and Water Use Efficiency to Estimate Maize Gross Primary Production and Evapotranspiration using MODIS EVI. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 222: 87-97.
  3. Wagle, P., V. G. Kakani, and R. L. Huhnke. 2016. Evapotranspiration and Ecosystem Water Use Efficiency of Switchgrass and High Biomass Sorghum. Agronomy 108: 1-13.
  4. Wagle, P., Y. Zhang, C. Jin, and X. Xiao. 2016. Comparison of Solar-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence, Light-Use Efficiency, and Process-Based GPP Models in Maize. Ecological Applications 26: 1211-1222.
  5. Bajgain, R., X. Xiao, J. Basara, P. Wagle, Y. Zhou, Y. Zhang, and H. Mahan. Assessing Agricultural Drought in Summer over Oklahoma Mesonet Sites Using the Water-related Vegetation Index from MODIS. International Journal of Biometeorology 1-14.
  6. Wang, J., X. Xiao, P. Wagle, S. Ma, D. Baldocchi, A. Carrara, Y. Zhang, J. Dong, and Y. Qin. 2016. Canopy and Climate Controls of Gross Primary Production of Mediterranean-type Deciduous and Evergreen Oak Savannas. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 226: 132-147.
  7. Zhang, Y., X. Xiao, C. Jin, J. Dong, S. Zhou, P. Wagle, J. Joiner, L. Guanter, Y. Zhang, G. Zhang, Y. Qin, J. Wang, and B. Moore III. 2016. Consistency between Sun-induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Gross Primary Production of Vegetation in North America. Remote Sensing of Environment 183: 154-169.

2015

  1. Wagle, P., X. Xiao, R. Scott, T. E. Kolb, D. R. Cook, N. A. Brunsell, D. D. Baldocchi, J. Basara, R. Matamala, Y. Zhou, and R. Bajgain. 2015. Biophysical Controls on Carbon and Water Vapor Fluxes across a Grassland Climatic Gradient in the United States. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 214-215: 293-305.
  2. Wagle, P., V. G. Kakani, and R. L. Huhnke. 2015. Net Ecosystem Carbon Dioxide Exchange of Dedicated Bioenergy Feedstocks: Switchgrass and High Biomass Sorghum. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 207: 107-116.
  3. Wagle, P., X. Xiao, and A. E. Suyker. 2015. Estimation and Analysis of Gross Primary Production of Soybean under Various Management Practices and Drought Conditions. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 99: 70-83.
  4. Jin, C., X. Xiao, P. Wagle, T. Griffis, J. Dong, C. Wu, Y. Qin, and D. R. Cook. 2015. Effects of In-situ and Reanalysis Climate Data on Estimation of Cropland Gross Primary Production Using the Vegetation Photosynthesis Model. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 213: 240-250.
  5. Dong, J., X. Xiao, P. Wagle, G. Zhang, Y. Zhou, C. Jin, M. S. Torn, T. P. Meyers, A. E. Suyker, J. Wang, H. Yan, C. Biradar, and B. Moore III. 2015. Comparison of Four EVI based Models for Estimating Gross Primary Production of Maize and Soybean Croplands and Tallgrass Prairie under Severe Drought. Remote Sensing of Environment 162: 154-168.
  6. Bajgain, R., X. Xiao, P. Wagle, J. Basara, and Y. Zhou. 2015. Sensitivity Analysis of Vegetation Indices to Drought over Two Tallgrass Prairie Sites. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 108: 151-160.
  7. Gowda, P. H., T. Oommen, D. Misra, R. C. Schwartz, T. A. Howell, and P. Wagle. 2015. Retrieving Leaf Area Index from Remotely Sensed Data Using Advanced Statistical Approaches. Journal of Remote Sensing & GIS 4: 156. doi:10.4172/2469-4134.1000156.
  8. Gowda, P. H., P. V. Vara Prasad, S. V. Angadi, U. M. Rangappa, and P. Wagle. 2015. Finger Millet: An Alternative Crop for the Southern High Plains. American Journal of Plant Sciences 6: 2686-2691.  

2011-2014

  1. Wagle, P., X. Xiao, M. S. Torn, D. R. Cook, R. Matamala, M. L. Fischer, C. Jin, J. Dong, and C. Biradar. 2014. Sensitivity of Vegetation Indices and Gross Primary Production of Tallgrass Prairie to Severe Drought. Remote Sensing of Environment 152: 1-14.
  2. Wagle, P. and V. G. Kakani. 2014. Environmental Control of Daytime Net Ecosystem Exchange of Carbon Dioxide in Switchgrass. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 186: 170-177.
  3. Wagle, P. and V. G. Kakani. 2014. Confounding Effects of Soil Moisture on the Relationship between Ecosystem Respiration and Soil Temperature in Switchgrass. BioEnergy Research, 1-10.
  4. Wagle, P. and V. G. Kakani. 2014. Seasonal Variability in Net Ecosystem Carbon Dioxide Exchange over a Young Switchgrass Stand. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 6: 339-350 (Article first published online: 26 FEB 2013).
  5. Wagle, P. and V. G. Kakani. 2014. Growing Season Variability in Evapotranspiration, Ecosystem Water Use Efficiency, and Energy Partitioning in Switchgrass. Ecohydrology 7: 64-72 (Article first published online: 23 SEP 2012).
  6. Wagle, P., M. W. Smith, B. W. Wood, and C. T. Rohla. 2011. Response of Young Bearing Pecan Trees to Spring Foliar Nickel Applications. Journal of Plant Nutrition 34: 1558-1566.
  7. Wagle, P., M. W. Smith, B. W. Wood, and C. T. Rohla. 2011. Supplemental Foliar Nickel and Copper Applications Do Not Reduce Kernel Necrosis in Pecan Trees Receiving Excess Nitrogen. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 42: 2219-2228.