A new NASA podcast series spotlights scientific advances in monitoring agricultural production and landscape changes that affect the sustainability of the world's food supply. The videos also examine the partnerships between NASA and other government agencies concerned with the availability of food.
Beginning Sept. 23, a new episode in the series "Science for a Hungry World" will be posted online each Wednesday through Oct. 28. Podcasts will cover: land use and land cover change; sustainability of food availability and access; the essential interplay of water and agriculture; the future of the world's food system; and joint agriculture projects between NASA, the USDA and the U.S. Agency for International Development.
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