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Study by Harvest Partner Examines Maize Yield response to Climate Change

Jun 28, 2018

A study authored by NASA Harvest partner University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) Climate Hazards Group (CHG) member Chris Funk and colleagues Frank Davenport and Gideon Galu, published in the journal Climatic Change looks at how maize yields in Kenya may… Read more

AGU Remote Sensing

Call for Abstracts - Session at AGU (10-14 December 2018 in Washington DC)

Jun 27, 2018

Earth observation data, analytics, and modeling from a variety of sources and at a variety of spatial and temporal scales provide critical information and tools to support decisions for the functioning and resilience of food systems. These… Read more


Harvest Partner Dr. Catherine Nakalembe Leads training on Uganda Crop and Livestock Conditions’ monitoring data collection training in support of NUSAF3’s Disaster Risk Financing Program- 28th - 30th May 2018 -6th floor boardroom, Postel Building OPM

Jun 26, 2018

DRF subcomponent is anchored in the third Northern Uganda Social Action Fund Project (NUSAF III) and is a subcomponent of Labor Intensive Public Works (LIPW). The objective of DRF is to develop a mechanism for scaling up assistance that Government of Uganda (GoU) provides… Read more

Liangzhi You EGU

IFPRI partner presents on Global Cropping System Model at European Geophysical Union 2018 Conference

Jun 22, 2018

NASA Harvest partners Liangzhi You, a Senior Research Fellow at  the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and Steffen Fritz, Deputy Program Director of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) Ecosystem Services and Mangagement… Read more

UCSB Training

Climate Hazards Group of UCSB Hosts 2018 Training Workshops on Web Services for Early Warning Data

Jun 15, 2018

The University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) Climate Hazards Group (CHG), a NASA Harvest partner, held two trainings at the end of January and early February in Tanzania and Kenya. The first training, "SERVIR ESA Regional Hydroclimate Services Training Workshop" was… Read more