Dr. Majid Mahmood Tahir
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Dr. Majid Mahmood Tahir
majidmahmood@upr.edu.pk
Assistant Professor
Soil & Environmental Sciences
+92 - 5824 - 960046
Qualifications
Degree From To Major Institute/University
PhD 2012 2015 Soil Science UFSM-Brazil
MSc.(Hons) 2004 2006 Soil Science UAJK
BSc.(Hons.) 2000 2004 Soil Science UAJK
Experience
Designation Orgnization From To
Lecturer UAJK-MZD March,2008 May,2012
Agriculture Officer Agriculture Department January,2008 May,2008
Lecturer UPR-Rawalakot May,2012 November,-0001
Publications
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1. Schmatz, R., Recous, S., Aita, C., Tahir, M.M., Schu, A.S., Chaves, B., Giacomini, S.J. (2016) Crop residue quality and soil type influence the priming effect but not the fate of crop residue C. Plant and Soil DOI 10.1007/s11104- 016-3120-x
2. Tahir, M.M., Recous, S., Aita, C., Schmatz, R., Elias, G.P., Giacomini, S.J. (2016) In situ roots decompose faster than shoots left on soil surface. Biology and Fertility of Soils 52:853-865
3. Abbasi, M.K.,Tahir, M. M., Sabir, N., Khurshid, M. (2015). Impact of the addition of different plant residues on nitrogen mineralization–immobilization turnover and carbon content of a soil incubated under laboratory conditions. Solid Earth 6:197-205
4. Abbasi, M.K., Tahir, M. M., Rahim, N. (2013). Effect of N fertilizer source and timing on yield and N use efficiency of rainfed maize (Zea mays L.) in Kashmir Pakistan. Geoderma 195-196: 87-93
5. Abbasi, M.K., Tahir, M. M ., Azam, W., Abbas, Z., Rahim, N. (2012) . Soybean Yield and Chemical Composition in Response to Phosphorus Potassium Nutrition in Kashmir. Agronomy Journal 104: 1476-1484
6. Abbasi, M.K., Tahir, M. M ., Sadiq, A., Iqbal,M., Zafar, M. (2012). Yield and Nitrogen Use Efficiency of Rainfed Maize Response to Splitting and Nitrogen Rates in Kashmir, Pakistan. Agronomy Journal 104: 448 -457
7. Abbasi, M.K.,Tahir, M. M.(2012) . Economizing Nitrogen Fertilizer in Wheat through Combinations with Organic Manures in Kashmir, Pakistan. Agronomy Journal 104: 169-177
8. Abbasi, M.K.,Hina, M., Tahir, M.M. (2011). Effect of Azadirachta indica (neem), Sodium Thiosulphate and Calcium Chloride on changes in nitrogen transformations and inhibition of nitrification in soil incubated under laboratory conditions. Chemosphere 82(11): 1629-1635
9. Tahir, M.M., Khurshid, M., Khan, M.Z., Abbasi, M.K. Kazmi, M.H. (2011). Lignite-derived humic acid effect on growth of wheat plants in different soils. Pedosphere 21(1): 124-131
10. Abbasi, M.K., Manzoor, M., Tahir, M,M. (2010).Efficiency of Rhizobium Inoculation and P Fertilization in Enhancing Nodulation, Seed Yield and P use Efficiency by Field Grown Soybean under Hilly Region of Rawalakot Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. Journal of Plant Nutrition.33:1080- 1102
11. Tahir, M.M., Abbasi, M.K., Rahim, N., Khaliq,A., Kazmi, M.H. (2009). Effect of Rhizobium inoculation and NP fertilization on growth, yield and nodulation of soybean in the sub-humid hilly region of Rawalakot Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. African journal of Biotechnology. 8(22):6191-6200
12. Abbasi, M.K., Mushtaq, A., Tahir, M.M. (2009). Cumulative effects of white clover residues on the changes in soil properties, nutrient uptake, growth and yield of maize crop in the sub-humid hilly region of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. African Journal of Biotechnology. 8(10): 2184-2194
13. Abbasi, M.K., Tahir, M.M., Shah, A.H., Batool F. (2009). Mineral nutrient composition of different ecotypes of white clover and their nutrient credit to soil at Rawalakot, Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan Journal of Botany. 41(1): 41-51
14. Abbasi, M.K., Khizar, A. Tahir, M.M. (2009). Forage production, Nitrogen fixation, soil N accumulation of white clover (Trifollium repens L.) in the Hill Farming system of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Communication in Soil science and Plant analysis. 40: 1546-1565
15. Tahir, M.M., Abbasi, M.K. Hafeez, F.Y. (2008). Isolation and characterization of Rhizobium leguminosarium biovar.Trifolii isolated from White Clover native to Azad Jammu & Kashmir. Annals of Microbiology 58(2): 181-188