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NASA Harvest is a multidisciplinary program commissioned by NASA and led by the University of Maryland to enhance the use of satellite data in decision making related to food security and agriculture from farm to global scales, both domestically in the US and worldwide.

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Stanford Food Security

Using Satellites to Understand and Improve Food Security

Aug 21, 2019

Timely and accurate data on local-level food security outcomes is key to both targeting interventions to populations in need, and to understanding whether interventions had… Read more

Graph showing how ending stocks are affected by US production forecast error.

Quantifying Market Uncertainty in Agriculture

Aug 12, 2019

Harvest partner Dr. Joe Glauber - former Chief Economist of the USDA - is embarking on a series of… Read more

Harvest group at Malaysia LCLUC

NASA Applied Sciences Harvest Program partners with NASA Research and Analysis LCLUC Program on agricultural land use change in South/Southeast Asia

Jul 29, 2019

The NASA Land Cover Land Use Change (LCLUC) South/Southeast Asia Research Initiative (SARI) held its annual regional science meeting on Environment and… Read more

Status of Sub-National Ag Stat

A Recent History of Agricultural Production in “The Rest of the World"

Jul 23, 2019

Sub-national agricultural statistics for countries that are not major grain exporters have always been difficult to find. And although ag statistics may be produced every… Read more



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