Session title: Earth Observations and Environmental Modeling for Agriculture and Food Security
Conference: 34th Conference on Hydrology
Session description: This session will advance the use of satellite and airborne Earth observations, ground observational networks and modeling tools to support decision in agriculture and food security. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to crop monitoring, yield estimation, crop modeling, agricultural water availability and use, food security, irrigation and fertilization management, land use change impact, climate sensitive regions, sustainable development, natural resource optimization, multi-spectral/resolution/platform remote sensing data, big Earth data solutions and cloud-computing. Presentations and open discussions will highlight stakeholder and end-users engagement in research and applications to strengthen co-development, innovation and the wider application of research.
Pierre Guillevic (Univ. of Maryland)
Chris Justice (Univ. of Maryland)
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Deadline: Thursday, August 1, 2019 (23:59 EDT).