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Improving the yields of the lowest yielding smallholder farmers in developing countries is essential to food security and the livelihoods of farmers.

Satellite images are a rich data source to map agricultural landcover across the globe.

Wheat is one staple crop that is already being negatively impacted by warming temperatures, and this effect is only expected to increase over the upcoming decades.

Europe is an important agricultural producer that, since 1980, has seen both substantial warming during the growing season and a stagnation of yield growth for important crops such as wheat a

Information on cropland productivity, market prices of staples, and household assets is of primary importance for food security assessments and policies.  Traditionally, this type of informati

A constraint to progress in agriculture is the lack of reliable data on crop productivity at field or sub-field scales, particularly for small-holder systems.

This research works to quantify the interaction between heat and drought stress.

During the past three decades, satellite agencies (e.g. NASA, ESA) have accumulated rich satellite data, which enable us to conduct multi-sensor crop monitoring.

Adaptation of vulnerable areas to climate change is---and will continue to be---an important subject of negotiations taking place in several international forums, including