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NASA Water Resources Science Team Meeting introduces EOFSAC and NASA's Food Security Agenda

Jul 13, 2018

Alyssa Whitcraft of EOFSAC and Stephanie Schollaert Uz of NASA's Food Security Office attended the NASA ASP Water Resources Science Team Meeting in Boulder, CO. The meeting… Read more

Chris Justice at NISAR Workshop

EOFSAC Participates in NISAR Mission Planning Event

Jul 10, 2018

Dr. Chris Justice, EOFSAC Scientific Lead, was an invited speaker at the workshop: Advancing Agriculture and Soil Moisture Applications with the NISAR Mission. Learn more about the NISAR mission here. He… Read more

House Briefing

NASA Food Security Office Highlighted at Congressional briefing; EOFSAC team promotes NASA Food Security at Science Caucus Exhibition

Jul 3, 2018

On June 20, Stephanie Schollaert Uz of NASA’s Food Security Office was part of an expert panel at the Congressional briefing: “Research, Technology, and “Bang for the Buck” in Global Agricultural Development.” The briefing was sponsored by the Senate Hunger Caucus and moderated by the Alliance… Read more

Webinar

National, Regional, and Global Coordination in Support of Food Security & Agricultural Decision Making, Webinar at GODAN (Global Open Data for Agriculture & Nutrition) organized by CTA.

Jun 28, 2018

 Ian Jarvis (GEOGLAM Director) and Alyssa Whitcraft (EOFSAC Program Manager & GEOGLAM Program Scientist) presented in a recent webinar organized by the Global Open Data on Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) Initiative.They provided a high level overview of GEOGLAM, then focused on the… Read more

Maize East Africa, Photo: capitalfm.co.ke

Study by EOFSAC Partner Examines Maize Yield response to Climate Change

Jun 28, 2018

A study authored by EOFSAC 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 respond to climate variability. It… Read more