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Dr. Sanjeev Joshi

Dr. Sanjeev Joshi has been working as a postdoctoral research associate in the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Grazinglands Research Laboratory since September 2018. He also works as a collaborating scientist in the USDA Southern Plains Climate Hub side by side. His current research focuses on predicting and analyzing the effects of future climate scenarios in water and agricultural productivity of the Southern Great Plains (which consists of three states: Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas). He also focuses on analyzing intense precipitation models in site specific future precipitation distributions within this region. Previously, Sanjeev completed his PhD in watershed science from the School of Renewable Natural Resources at Louisiana State University (LSU), Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His dissertation work involved examining water and sediment issues in the Lower Mississippi River. Sanjeev received his MSc in wetland ecology from the same department at LSU in 2012 with a thesis focused on woody invasion in forested wetlands. Before starting his MSc in School of RNR, LSU, Sanjeev had a BSc degree in forestry from his home country, Nepal. Sanjeev’s research interests vary widely and are interdisciplinary from sediment transport and river geomorphology to climate interactions in hydrologic ecosystems.

Sanjeev Joshi


  • postdoctoral scientist



7207 WW Cheyenne St
El Reno, Oklahoma

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