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  1. Wilson Fellowship for Research in Latin America: Texas State University (2019)

  2. Georgia Department of Transportation Grant (2016 – 2019): Roadside bioenergy crop (sunflower, switchgrass, big bluestem grass) production (Co-PI).

  3. Southern Company/Georgia Power Grant (2017 – 2018): Hydroponic vegetable production (PI).

  4. Sustainability Grant (2015 – 2016) Georgia Southern: Hydroponics vs. aquaponics  (PI).

  5. COUR Grant (2015 – 2016) Georgia Southern: Hydroponic lettuce production (PI).

  6. Georgia Department of Natural Resources Grant (2012 – 2015): Conservation management of endangered herb, Baptisia arachnifera (Co-PI).

  7. Sustainability Grant (2014 – 2015) Georgia Southern: Assessment of water quality and soil carbon sequestration to ensure environmental quality at GSU campus (Co-PI).

  8. Faculty Development Committee Professional Travel Grant (2014 - 2015) Georgia Southern

  9. Faculty Research Grant (2013 – 2014) Georgia Southern: Design and development of a farm level biochar-pyrolyzer and its chemical and agricultural product evaluation  (PI).

  10. Georgia Southern-COSM Interdisciplinary Pilot Grant (2012 – 2013): Carbon sequestration and biomass production potentials of switchgrass-pine agroforestry systems (PI).

  11. Georgia Southern Service-Learning Grant for agriculture knowledge development (2011).

Selected Publications

  1. Baker, E. and Saha, S. 2018. Forest farming in Georgia, United States: Three potential crops. Annals of Agrarian Science 16(3): 304-308.

  2. Goswami, R., Saha, S., and Dasgupta, P. 2017. Sustainability assessment of smallholder farms in developing countriesAgroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 41(5): 546-569.

  3. Saha, S., Monroe, A., and Day, M.R. 2016. Growth, yield, plant quality and nutrition of basil under soilless agricultural systemsAnnals of Agricultural Sciences, 61(2): 181-186.

  4. Pfister, M. and Saha, S. 2016. Effects of biochar and fertilizer management on sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) feedstock and soil propertiesArchives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 63(5): 651-662.

  5. Goswami, R., Dasgupta, P., Saha, S. et. al. 2016. Resource integration in smallholder farms for sustainable livelihoods in developing countries. Cogent Food & Agriculture, 2(1): 1272151.

  6. Dasgupta, P., Goswami, R., Ali, Md. N., Chakraborty, S., and Saha, S. 2015. Multifunctional role of integrated farming system in developing countries. Int. J. Bio-resource and Stress Mgt. 6(3): 424-432.

  7. Karak, T., Bhattacharyya, P., Paul, R.K., Das, T., and Saha, S. 2013. Evaluation of composts from agricultural wastes with fish-pond sediment as bulking agent to improve compost quality. CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water, 41(7): 711-723.

  8. Nair, P.K.R., Saha, S., et. al. 2011. Potential for greenhouse gas emissions from soil carbon stock following biofuel cultivation on degraded lands. Land Degradation & Development, 22(4): 395-409.

  9. Saha, S., Stein, T.V., Nair, P.R., and Andreu, M.G. 2011. The socioeconomic context of carbon sequestration in agroforestry: a case study from homegardens of Kerala, India. In Carbon Sequestration Potential of Agroforestry Systems. Springer Netherlands.

  10. Saha, S., Ramachandran Nair, P.K., and Nair, V.D. 2010. Carbon storage in relation to soil size-fractions under tropical tree-based land-use systems. Plant and Soil, 328(1): 433-446.

  11. Saha, S., Nair, P.K.R., Nair, V.D., and Kumar, B.M. 2009. Soil carbon stock in relation to plant diversity of homegardens in Kerala, India. Agroforestry Systems, 76(1): 53-65.

  12. Saha, S., Trenholm, L.E., and Unruh, J.B. 2007. Effect of fertilizer source on nitrate leaching and St. Augustinegrass turfgrass quality. HortScience, 42(6): 1478-1481.

  13. Saha, S., Trenholm, L.E., and Unruh, J.B. 2005. Effect of fertilizer source on water use of St. Augustinegrass and ornamental plants. HortScience, 40(7): 2164-2166.

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