GLAM Systems

The Global Agriculture Monitoring (GLAM) project is a collaborative project initiated between NASA, University of Maryland and the USDA Foreign Agriculture Service (FAS). The project’s objective is to enhance the agricultural monitoring and the crop-production estimation capabilities of the FAS using the new generation of NASA satellite observations. FAS crop analysts use the GLAM web-based information-analysis and data-delivery system, to track the evolution of the growing season by monitoring crop conditions and tracking factors impairing agricultural productivity. To this end, GLAM developed customized web based information-analysis and data-delivery system to monitor crop conditions and to locate and track the factors impairing agricultural productivity. This system provides crop analysts with a suite of MODIS temporal composites of vegetation index data, false color imagery, and a dynamic crop mask.

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Author AmeriGEOSS
Maintainer AmeriGEOSS
Last Updated September 3, 2019, 16:29 (CDT)
Created September 3, 2019, 16:29 (CDT)
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harvest_url https://edclxtest1temp.cr.usgs.gov/dataset/444aa7cf-18ef-4bed-beb7-013befc3ca93