2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Sri Lanka Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Sri Lanka Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agriculture, Irrigation, Urban agriculture, Sanitation and Environmental protection. His studies in Agriculture integrate themes in fields like Agroforestry, Environmental engineering and Agricultural science. His Irrigation study incorporates themes from Waste management, Contamination and Toxicology.
His work carried out in the field of Sanitation brings together such families of science as Wastewater and Sewage treatment. His Wastewater research includes elements of Water resources, Water quality and Water resource management. His Water resource management research includes themes of Natural resource economics and Environmental quality.
His primary areas of study are Wastewater, Agriculture, Irrigation, Sanitation and Environmental planning. Water quality and Water resources is closely connected to Water resource management in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Wastewater. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Agriculture, focusing on Agroforestry and, on occasion, Soil fertility.
Pay Drechsel has researched Irrigation in several fields, including Contamination, International development and Toxicology. His research in Sanitation intersects with topics in Reuse, Urbanization, Resource recovery, Water supply and Business model. His Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Risk management and Greywater.
His primary areas of investigation include Sanitation, Resource recovery, Sewage treatment, Wastewater and Agriculture. His study in Sanitation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Business model, Waste disposal, Sewage sludge and Environmental planning. Pay Drechsel has researched Resource recovery in several fields, including Natural resource economics, Reuse and Environmental protection.
His Wastewater research includes elements of Agronomy, Irrigation, Toxicology and Eutrophication. His Irrigation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Water quality and Vegetable farming. Agriculture is frequently linked to Food chain in his study.
His main research concerns Wastewater, Irrigation, Resource recovery, Sewage treatment and Food chain. The Wastewater study combines topics in areas such as Soil carbon, Fertigation, Fertilizer, Water content and Eutrophication. His research integrates issues of Water quality, Vegetable farming and Water resource management in his study of Irrigation.
His Resource recovery study incorporates themes from Sanitation, Natural resource economics, Waste treatment and Reuse. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Waste-to-energy, Green economy and Environmental protection. The various areas that Pay Drechsel examines in his Food chain study include Agricultural economics, Agriculture, Supply chain, Livestock and City region.
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The challenges of wastewater irrigation in developing countries
Manzoor Qadir;Manzoor Qadir;Dennis Wichelns;Liqa Raschid-Sally;Peter G. McCornick;Peter G. McCornick.
Agricultural Water Management (2010)
Farmer perceptions and pesticide use practices in vegetable production in Ghana.
William J Ntow;Huub J Gijzen;Peter Kelderman;Pay Drechsel.
Pest Management Science (2006)
Economics of salt-induced land degradation and restoration
Manzoor Qadir;Emmanuelle Quillérou;Vinay Nangia;Ghulam Murtaza.
Research Papers in Economics (2014)
Total Value of Phosphorus Recovery
Brooke K. Mayer;Lawrence A. Baker;Treavor H. Boyer;Pay Drechsel.
Environmental Science & Technology (2016)
Pesticide and pathogen contamination of vegetables in Ghana's urban markets.
Philip Amoah;Pay Drechsel;R.C. Abaidoo;W.J. Ntow.
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (2006)
Population density, soil nutrient depletion, and economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa
Pay Drechsel;Lucy Gyiele;Dagmar Kunze;Olufunke Cofie.
Ecological Economics (2001)
Irrigated urban vegetable production in Ghana: characteristics, benefits and risks.
Emmanuel Obuobie;Bernard N. Keraita;George K. Danso;Philip Amoah.
Research Papers in Economics (2006)
Wastewater irrigation and health: assessing and mitigating risk in low-income countries
Christopher A. Scott;Pay Drechsel;Liqa Raschid-Sally;Akissa Bahri.
Research Papers in Economics (2010)
Global assessment of urban and peri-urban agriculture: irrigated and rainfed croplands
A.L. Thebo;Pay Drechsel;E.F. Lambin;E.F. Lambin.
Irrigated urban vegetable production in Ghana: microbiological contamination in farms and markets and associated consumer risk groups.
P. Amoah;P. Drechsel;M. Henseler;R. C. Abaidoo.
Journal of Water and Health (2007)
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