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Dr. Sanjay Shukla Featured in Naples Daily News ,

Dr. Sanjay Shukla has recently been featured in the Naples Daily News, in a Guest Commentary written by UF IFAS Senior Vice President Jack Payne. The article describes Dr. Shukla’s integration of research and extension in order to create the largest benefit for Florida farmers.

The full news article can be found here.

Dr. Shukla was one of two UF Water Institute 2017 Faculty Fellows. He specializes in watershed hydrology, hydrologic/water quality modeling, irrigation and drainage, sustainable solutions for water availability and quality, and ecosystem services from agriculture.

As a part of the Water Institute Faculty Fellows program, Dr. Shukla will be presenting a seminar entitled Thinking Beyond Water to Design Win-Win Solutions for Water Sustainability. This seminar will take place on Thursday, January 11, from 2:30 to 3:30 PM in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 3320.

More information on the presentation can be found below.

Thinking Beyond Water to Design Win-Win Solutions for Water Sustainability

Issues related to water conservation are multi-dimensional and require thinking beyond water to achieve large-scale changes. The seminar will summarize results from studies aimed at designing stakeholder-driven solutions for agriculture to achieve real changes in water use and quality. These include transforming the food-water-energy-land-economic nexus through compact bed geometries, payment for water-related environmental services program for working agricultural lands, and water-energy nexus in agriculture and policy options.