Pasicha Chaikaew

Pasicha Chaikaew: Visiting scientist (2018.7.1-7.31) from Department of Environmental Science, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.

Pasicha is working with the group on ‘Soil carbon turnover rates of paddy fields in Thailand: an intensive open-field burning versus conservation practices’. Her visit is supported by the SCP and a research funding program to internationally collaborate in research publication from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.

 Work Experience

  • Full-time faculty member (2014-present), Department of Environmental Science, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University
  • Health, Safety, and Environment Coordinator (2007 – 2009), Siam Moeco Ltd.
  • Environmental Analyst (2006 – 2007), International Environmental Management Co., Ltd.


  • Ph.D – University of Florida, Gainesville (2009 – 2014), Soil and Water Science
  • M.Sc – Mahidol University, Nakorn Pathom (2004 – 2005), Environmental and Resource Studies
  • BBA – Maejo University, Chiangmai (2000 – 2003), Business Administration/General Management


  1. Chaikaew, P., Sompongchaiyakul, P., 2018. Acid volatile sulfide estimation using spatial sediment covariates in the Eastern Upper Gulf of Thailand: multiple geostatistical approaches. Oceanologia. (In press)
  2. Chaikaew, P., 2018. Route optimization of MSW collection and transport using a GIS-based analysis on the tourism island. Sustainability in Environment 3(3), 197-206.
  3. Chaikaew, P., Chavanich, P. 2017. Spatial variability and relationship of mangrove soil organic matter to organic carbon. Applied and Environmental Soil Science. Article ID 4010381, 9 pages.
  4. Chaikaew, P. Nawatrairat, N., Srithongouthai, S. 2017. Modeling spatio‐vertical distribution of sulfate and total sulfide based on sediment properties and environmental covariates along the mangrove intertidal zone. EnvironmentAsia, 10(2): 1‐8.
  5. Chaikaew, P, Hodges, A.W., Grunwald, S. 2017. Estimating the value of ecosystem services in a mixed‐use watershed: a choice experiment approach. Ecosystem Services, 23: 228‐237.
  6. Supakata, N., Puangthongthub, S., Srithongouthai, S., Kanokkantapong, V., Chaikaew, P. 2016. Environmental camp as a comprehensive communication tool to promote the RRR concept to elementary education students at Koh Si Chang School. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 15(2): 184-194.
  7. Chaikaew, P., Grunwald, S., and Xiong, X., 2016, Chapter 13: Estimation of the actual and attainable terrestrial carbon budget. In: Digital Soil Mapping Across Paradigms, Scales and Boundaries, page 153‐164.
  8. Grunwald, S., Chaikaew, P., Cao, B., Xiong, X., Vasques, G.M., Kim, J., Ross, C.W., Clingensmith, C.M., Xu, Y., and Gavilan, C., 2016, Chapter 14: The meta soil model – An integrative framework to model soil carbon across various ecosystems and scales. In: Digital Soil Mapping Across Paradigms, Scales and Boundaries, page 165‐179.
  9. Siddiquee, S., Rovina, K., Azad, S.A., Naher, L., Suryani, S., and Chaikaew, P., 2015, Heavy metal contaminants removal from wastewater using the potential filamentous fungi biomass: a review. J of Microb Biochem Technol, 7(6): 384‐393.