09.23.09 - 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.
09.14.09 - NASA has released a video illustrating an innovative satellite-based method that maps agricultural water consumption.
09.23.09 - Locusts are normally docile creatures that prefer solitary lives. But sometimes, when patches of green begin to dot dry landscapes, something extraordinary can happen.
09.16.09 - There is a growing group of Midwest farmers who rely on satellite imagery from Landsat to maximize their harvest and minimize damage to their fields.
09.15.09 - Few non-scientists have ever heard of "NDVI," but this tool will play a key part in helping us to keep food on the table as future populations swell.
08.20.09 - NASA researchers finds that African mangrove forests are being destroyed by worsening pollution, encroaching real estate development, and deforestation.
08.12.09 - Groundwater beneath northern India’s farms and cities has been disappearing. Hydrologists, like NASA's Matt Rodell, have been hunting for it.
07.06.09 - Future concentrations of CO2 and ozone in the atmosphere and nitrogen in the soil are likely to have an important effect on the cycling of water from sky to land to waterways.
06.02.09 - Two new projects are using satellites and computer models to better anticipate famine and speed up the delivery of aid to populations in critical need.
05.27.09 - The U.S. soybean crop is suffering nearly $2 billion in damage a year due to rising surface ozone concentrations, a NASA-led study has concluded.
05.26.09 - NASA researchers are using satellite data to estimate soil moisture, improving global forecasts of how well the world's crops will grow during shortages.