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Kirti Rajagopalan Agro-Ecosystems Modeling

The lab of Agricultural, Natural and Human Systems Modeling develops and utilizes a variety of modeling approaches to better understand and manage water and agricultural resources. We focus on trans-disciplinary efforts to problem solving and work closely with colleagues from a broad range of disciplines including engineering, economics, entomology, physiology, statistics, and agronomy.

Research interests include:

  • Modeling human and regulatory influence on natural systems
  • Food-Water nexus and coupled crop-hydrology modeling
  • Data assimilation/integration of satellite-imagery inputs into models
  • Weather/climate risk assessment and management in crop production
  • Decision support for regional-scale water and agricultural management
  • Water markets and decision making

Kirti Rajagopalan
Assistant Professor
Biological Systems Engineering
Washington State University
PACCAR 354, Pullman, WA
Ph: 509-335-0174