Shakeel Mahmood

Government College University, Lahore

Dr. Shakeel Mahmood is the chairperson of the Department of Geography, Government College University (GCU), Lahore, Pakistan. He has a distinguished academic background, including an MSc in Geography with a Gold Medal distinction, an MSc in geographic information systems, an MPhil in Applied Geomorphology, and a Ph.D. in Geography. Dr. Mahmood leads the Disaster Risk Modelling & Climate Change Research Group and actively participates in the GCU Press and the Disaster Risk Management Society. His significant contributions to the field have earned him recognition as an Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) Young Scientist by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). With more than fifty research articles published in international journals, Dr. Mahmood is a respected author in the academic community. He also serves as a peer reviewer for several international journals and the academic editor of Applied and Environmental Soil Science.

Shakeel Mahmood

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Soil erosion is a global environmental challenge with profound consequences for land, water, and ecosystems. This book, Soil Erosion - Risk Modelling and Management, takes you on a comprehensive exploration of the intricate science and practical strategies for understanding, predicting, and addressing soil erosion. Inside the pages of this volume, you’ll find a wealth of unique insights, innovative methodologies, and illuminating case studies from diverse regions around the world. Whether you’re a student, researcher, or practitioner, this book is an essential resource for gaining a deep understanding of soil erosion and discovering effective solutions to this critical environmental issue. The book delves into the intricate science of soil erosion, providing readers with a solid foundation in the principles and processes involved. It helps readers grasp the underlying causes and mechanisms of erosion, making it an invaluable resource for students and researchers in environmental science and related fields. The book is a vital resource that addresses one of the most pressing environmental challenges of our time. It combines scientific insights with practical solutions, making it an essential tool for anyone seeking to understand, address, and combat soil erosion’s far-reaching impacts on our planet’s health and well-being.

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