Claudio Stöckle is a Professor in Biological Systems Engineering at WSU Pullman. He has a BS and MS in Agricultural Engineering and an MS and PhD in Soil Physics. Claudio’s research focus is on the development and application of analytical tools to study, understand and manage the interaction between soil, weather, and crops. He is particularly interested in modeling the environmental impact of agricultural production at the field and water shed levels and in further enhancement and support of the Agricultural Crop Systems Modeling Software (CropSyst) he as developed.
- Estimating double-cropping extent using satellite imagery
- Technology for trade: new tools and new rules for water use efficiency in agriculture and beyond
- NSF Innovations in Food, Energy and Water Systems (INFEWS)
- Columbia River Basin Long-Term Water Supply and Demand Forecast, 2016 Legislative Report
- Columbia River Basin Long-Term Supply and Demand Forecast, 2011 Legislative Report