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Understanding the Crop Monitor

31 May 2019

The Crop Monitor of the Group on Earth Observations Global Agricultural Monitoring (GEOGLAM) initiative provides a public good of open, timely, science-driven information on crop conditions in support of market transparency. A new article, to be published in the December edition of Global Food Security, provides a historical and institutional perspective on the creation and role of the GEOGLAM Crop Monitor in fulfilling the objectives of AMIS, including a description of its methods and protocols and, ultimately, how decision-makers are using its information.

The GEOGLAM crop monitor for AMIS: Assessing crop conditions in the context of global markets, in: Global Food Security, Volume 23, December 2019, pages 173-181. To access the article, click here: