Dr. Santosh S Mali is a Scientist at Ranchi centre of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Soil and Water Conservation Engineering from Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi in 2004 and 2015, respectively. From 2006 to 2007, he worked as Scientist-B in the National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India. Since, 2007, he joined Agricultural Research Service of Indian Council of Agricultural Research. He has published many articles in indexed journals such as, Environmental Earth Sciences, Current Science, Irrigation and Drainage, Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Indian Journal of Soil Conservation and Vegetos. He participated in various trainings, courses, seminars, workshops and conferences organized by ICAR and other research agencies/societies. He has published several book chapters and policy papers and is an editor to a book on ‘water productivity’. Dr. Mali is leading several ICAR funded projects and a project funded by ACIAR, Govt. of Australia. He is recipient of Young Scientist Award from Green Reap Welfare Society and Best Paper Awards by IASWC and TRANSE STELLAR during 2017. ELSEVIER has awarded him a certificate for his Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing. He is also serving as reviewer of many journals.
Dr. Santosh Sambhaji Mali Research interests are 1. Watershed Hydrology 2. Climate change impact assessment 3. Hydrological Modelling 4. Application of remote sensing and GIS in natural resource management 5. Agricultural water management