MSc, Soil scientist – Hydrologist, SFRI
Deputy Head of Department of Soil and fertilizer Analysis center
Address: Soils and Fertilizers Research Institute (SFRI), Vietnam Academy of Agriculture Science (VAAS), Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), Department of Soil and fertilizer Analysis center, Vilas 886, Duc Thang Ward, Northern Tu Liem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: +84 9 12 63 36 31
Main fields of research and expertise
Over the last 15 years, Rinh PHAM DINH worked at national levels, Vietnam country in multi-disciplinary teams in soil science, agronomy, fields soil conservation, and land use management. He also worked on field experiment, soil erosion survey, doing the analysis, and soil quality assessment. His key qualifications are: soil science (physicochemical characteristics of the soil, hydrological assessment) and field experiment and fertilizer management for crops. He is second year of PhD student of University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH) with the PhD research topic is “Heavy metal and microtox assessment of sediments and soils from the Red River Delta, Vietnam”. His current activities on team research interests include (i) investigating the links between land use, and soil erosion in the mountain environments in Northern Vietnam, and (ii) Fertilizer management for improving rice production and soil fertility in the north mountainous and hilly region of Vietnam. During in his research activities, he collaborates with several international research staffs in several countries in the world.
Le Dinh Cuong, Bui Dac Dung, Pham Dinh Rinh, 2020. Evaluation on soil erosion and sedimentation in agricultural cultivation hillsides by using isotopic technique Cs-137, Journal of Vietnam Soil Science.
Lacombe G., Ribolzi O., de Rouw A., Pierret A., Latsachak K., Silvera N., Dinh RP., Orange D., Janeau JL., Soulileuth B., Robain H., Taccoen A., Sengphaathith P., Mouche E., Sengtaheuanghoung O., Duc TT & Valentin C (2016) Contradictory hydrological impacts of afforestation in the humid tropics evidenced by long-term field monitoring and simulation modelling. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Vol.20(7) : 2691-2704 doi:10.5194/hess-20-2691-2016
Rochelle Newall E., Ribolzi O., Viguier M., Thammahacksa C., Silvera N., Latsachack K., Dinh RP., Naporn P., Sy H.T., Soulileuth B., Hmaimum N., Sisouvanh P., Robain H., Janeau JL., Valentin C., Boithias L., Pierret A, (2016) Effect of land use and hydrological processes on Escherichia coli concentrations in streams of tropical, humid headwater catchments. Scientific Reports 6: 32974 doi:10.1038/srep32974.
Le Van Uoc, Pham Dinh Rinh, Le Van Thinh, 2015: Using the practical data on testing the several index soil erosion formula by rain. Viet nam Science and technology of agriculture journal .
Janeau J-L., Gillard L.C., Grellier S., Jouquet P., Le T.P. Quynh, Luu T.N. Minh, Ngoc Q. Anh, Orange D., Pham Dinh Rinh, Tran Duc Toan, Tran Sy Hai, Trinh Anh Duc, Valentin C., Rochelle-Newall E., 2014. Soil erosion, dissolved organic carbon and nutrient losses under different land use systems in a small catchment in northern Vietnam. Agricultural Water Management, 146 : 314-323. ISSN 0378-3774
Pham Dinh Rinh, Tran Duc Toan, Do Duy Phai, Orange D., Janeau J-L., Valentin C., 2014. Impact of land use changes on surface runoff, soil erosion and nutrient loss at watershed level : a long term case study of Dong Cao watershed. In : results of scientific research and technology extension at SFRI (1969-2014) SFRI established anniversary (1969-2014). Hanoï : SFRI, 2014, p. 50-58. ISBN 9786046014027.
Pham Dinh Rinh, Nguyen Xuan Lai, Do Duy Phai, Pham Nguyet Ha, 2014. Fertilizer management for improving rice production and soil fertility in the north mountainous and hilly region of Vietnam, Journal of Science and agricultural technology of Vietnam