Faculty & Staff
Dr. Ghulam Abbas Shah
Assistant Professor

(HEC Approved Supervisor)

Ph.D. (Wageningen University, the Netherlands)
Department of Agronomy
Phone : +92-51-9292089
Mobile : +92-332-7201902
Fax : +92-51-9290160
Email : [email protected]; [email protected]
Address : Department of Agronomy, PMAS-Arid Agriculture University Murree Road Rawalpindi
Work Experience : 5 Year(s)
Research Interest :
  • Agro-nanotechnology
  • Organic Farming Systems
  • Composting and Organic Waste management
  • System analysis
  • simulation and system management
  • Soil Plant Interactions/ Feed back
  • Measurement of Ammonia and Greenhouse Gases
  • Biochar and coated fertilizers
  • Total Publications : 17
    Publications (Latest Ten)
    1. Arif, M., Kareem, S., Ahmad, N., Hussain, N., Yasmeen, A., Anwar, A., Naz, S., Iqbal, J., Shah, G. A.and Ansar, M. (2019). Exogenously Applied Bio-Stimulant and Synthetic Fertilizers to Improve the Growth, Yield and Fiber Quality of Cotton. Sustainability.(Accepted, IF = 2.592).

    2. Arshad, M., Nawaz, R., Ahmad, S., Shah, G. A.,Faiz, F. and Ranamukhaarachchi, S. L. (2019). Growth, yield and nutritional performance of sweet sorghum and legumes in sole and intercropping influenced by type of legume, nitrogen level and air quality. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies. (Accepted, IF = 1.186).

    3. Ali, B., Shah,G. A., Trore, B., Shah, S. A. A., Shah, S. S., Al-Solaimani, S. G. M., Hussain, Q., Ali, N., Shahzad, K., Shahzad, T., Ahmad, A., Muhammad, S., Shah, G. M., Arshad, M., Hussain, R. A., Shah, J. A., Anwar, A., Amjad, M. W. and Rashid, M. I. (2019). Manure storage operations mitigate nutrient losses and their products can sustain soil fertility as well as enhance wheat productivity. Journal of Environmental Management 241: 468-478. (IF = 4.865).

    4. Naqvi, S. M. Z. A., Tahir, M. N., Shah, G. A.,Sattar, R. S. and Awais, M. (2019). Remote estimation of wheat yield based on vegetation indices derived from time series data of Landsat 8 imagery. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 17(2): 3909-3925. (IF = 0.689).

    5. Aziz, Y., Shah, G. A. and Rashid, M. I. (2019). ZnO nanoparticles and zeolite influence soil nutrient availability but do not affect herbage nitrogen uptake from biogas slurry. Chemosphere 216: 564-575(Impact Factor = 5.108).

    6. Shah, G. A., Shah, G. M., Rashid, M. I., Groot, J. C. J., Traore, B. and Lantinga, E. A. (2018). Bedding additives reduce ammonia emission and improve crop N uptake after soil application of solid cattle manure. Journal of Environmental Management 209:195-204 (Impact Factor = 4.865).

    7. Sadaf, J., Shah, G. A. Shahzad, K., Ali, N., Shahid, M., Ali, S., Hussain, R. A., Ahmed, Z. I., Traore, B. and Rashid, M. I. (2017). Improvements in wheat productivity and soil quality can accomplish by co-application of biochars and chemical fertilizers. Science of the Total Environment 607: 715-724 (Impact Factor = 5.589).

    8. Shah, G. M., Shah, G. A., Groot, J. C. J. and Lantinga, E. A. (2016). Maize nitrogen recovery and dry matter production as affected by application of solid cattle manure subjected to various storage conditions. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 16(3): 591-603 (Impact Factor = 2.006).

    9. Shah, G. M., Shah, G. A., Groot, J. C. J., Oenema, O., Raza A. S., and Lantinga, E. A. (2016). Effect of storage conditions on losses and crop utilization of nitrogen from solid cattle manure. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Cambridge 154(1): 58-71 (Impact Factor = 1.186).

    10. Shah, G. A., Groot, J. C. J., Shah, G. M., and Lantinga, E. A. (2013). Simulation of long-term carbon and nitrogen dynamics in grassland-based dairy farming systems to evaluate mitigation strategies for nutrient losses. Plos One 8(6):1-10 (Impact Factor = 2.776).

    Awards & Honors
    1. "Overseas MS leading to PhD scholarship" by the Higher Education Commissions (HEC) of Pakistan in collaboration with the Netherlands organization for international cooperation in higher education (NUFFIC).