Profile of Dr. M. Abdulaha-Al-Baquy

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Dr. M. Abdulaha-Al-Baquy

Assistant Professor

Department of Soil Science (SSC)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.

E-mail: mabaquy@hstu.ac.bd


CAREER OBJECTIVE

    I am interested in developing a career which combines research and teaching, while maintaining my interest in students and farmers engagement with soil electrochemistry. I would also like to expand my career in the field of management of acid soils as well as heavy metal remediation.

RESEARCH INTEREST

    My research is directed towards developing new approaches based on basic principles of soil chemistry and implementing these approaches in solving agricultural and environmental problems in a sustainable manner. Lab website: https://mabaquy.wixsite.com/mysite

EDUCATION

  1. Doctor of Philosophy, 2018

    University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

  2. Master of Science in Soil Science, 2013

    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh

  3. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Honours), 2010

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur

  4. Higher Secondary School Certificate, 2005

    Rajshahi Govt. City College, Rajshahi

  5. Secondary School Certificate, 2003

    Sheikherpara High School, Godagari, Rajshahi


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  1. Assistant Professor
    Department of Soil Science, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur

    July 11, 2020 to Present

  2. Lecturer
    Department of Soil Science, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur

    July 11, 2019 to July 10, 2020


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Papers

  1. Baquy MAA*, Xiao-ying Pan, Li JY, Hong ZN, Kamran MA, Xu RK. 2022. Synergistic effects of rice straw and its biochar on recovery of phosphorus fertilizer in acidic soils. Crop and Pasture Science, CP 21800. (Web of Science Indexed)
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  2. Nkoh JN, Ajibade FO, Atakpa EO, Baquy MAA, Mia S, Odii EC, Xu RK. 2022. Reduction of heavy metal uptake from polluted soils and associated health risks through biochar amendment: A critical synthesis. Journal of Hazardous Materials Advances, 6: 100086. (Elsevier)  

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  3. Nkoh JN*, Baquy MAA*, Mia S*, Shi RY, Kamran MA, Mehmood K, Xu RK. 2021. A Critical-systematic review of the interactions of biochar with soils and the observable outcomes. Sustainability, 13(24): 13726. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  4. Lu HL, Nkoh JN, Baquy MAA, Dong G, Li JY, Xu RK. 2020. Plants alter surface charge and functional groups of their roots to adapt to acidic soil conditions. Environmental pollution, 267: 115590. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  5. Masud MM, Baquy MAA*, Akhter S, Sen R, Barman A,Khatun MR. 2020. Liming effects of poultry litter derived biochar on soil acidity amelioration and maize growth. Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 202: 110865. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  6. Baquy MAA, Jiang J, Xu RK. 2019. Biochars derived from crop straws increased the availability of applied phosphorus for maize in Ultisol and Oxisol. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, pp:1-12. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  7. Pan XY, Baquy MAA, Guan P, Yan J, Wang RH, Xu RK, Xie L. 2019. Effect of soil acidification on growth and nitrogen use efficiency of maize in Ultisols. Journal of Soils and Sediments, Pp: 1-11. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  8. Baquy MAA, Li JY, Xu CY, Mehmood K, Xu RK. 2017. Determination of critical pH and Al concentration of acidic Ultisols for wheat and canola crops. Solid Earth, 8, 149-159. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  9. Baquy MAA, Li JY, Shi RY, Kamran MA, Xu RK. 2018. Higher cation exchange capacity determined lower critical soil pH and higher Al concentration for soybean.Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25(7): 6980-6989. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  10. Baquy MAA, Li JY, Jiang J, Mehmood K, Shi RY, Xu RK. 2018. Critical pH and exchangeable Al of four acidic soils derived from different parent materials for maize crops. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 18(4): 1490-1499. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  11. Kamran MA, Jiang J, Li JY, Shi RY, Mehmood K, Baquy MAA, Xu RK. 2018. Amelioration of soil acidity, Olsen-P, and phosphatase activity by manure- and peat-derived biochars in different acidic soils. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 11:272. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  12. Mehmood K, Baquy MAA, Xu RK. 2018. Influence of nitrogen fertilizer forms and crop straw biochars on soil exchange properties and maize growth on an acidic Ultisol. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 64(6): 834-849. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  13. Shi RY, Hong ZN, Li JY, Jiang J, Baquy MAA, Xu RK, Qian W. 2017. Mechanisms for increasing the pH buffering capacity of an acidic Ultisol by crop straw derived biochars. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 65 (37), 8111-8119. (Web of Science Indexed)

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  14. Baquy MA, Abedin Mian MJ, Moslehuddin AZM 2013: Fertilizer Management Effects on Physical Properties of Soil under Rice Cultivation. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science, 24, 202-208. (Non-SCI)

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  15. Sultana A, Baquy MA, Islam MS, Jalil MA, AbedinMian MJ 2013: Fertilizer Management Effects on Fertility of Old Brahmaputra Flood Plain Soil Under Rice Cultivation. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 7(2), 163-166. (Non-SCI)

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  16. Sikder S, Begum F, Baquy MA, Islam MR, Kundu KK 2011: Influence of Non-irrigated Water Stress on Morphological and Yield Performance of Wheat. Journal of the Bangladesh Society for Agricultural Science and Technology, 8(3&4), 45-50. (Non-SCI)

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SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. CAS-TWAS (Chinese Academy of Sciences-The World Academy of Sciences) President's Fellowship for International Ph.D Student- 2014- 2018

    Funded by: Chinese Academy of Sciences, China and The World Academy of Sciences, Italy

  2. Nanjing Government Scholarship Program for International Student- 2017

    Funded by: Nanjing Municipal Government, China

  3. Nanjing Government Scholarship Program for International Student- 2016

    Funded by: Nanjing Municipal Government, China

  4. Nanjing Government Scholarship Program for International Student- 2015

    Funded by: Nanjing Municipal Government, China


PROJECTS

  1. Comparative physico-chemical analysis and quality assessment of vermicomposts produced from cow dung amended with locally available organic substances

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh

    Position: Co-principal investigator

    Description: N/A

  2. Characterization of crop straw biochar and assessment of phosphorus availability in low-fertility soil after biochar incorporation

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh

    Position: Principal investigator

    Description: N/A


SOCIAL NETWORK