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Global food production depends upon many factors that Earth observing satellites routinely measure about water, energy, weather, and ecosystems. Increasingly sophisticated, publicly-available satellite data products can improve efficiencies in resource management and provide earlier indication of environmental disruption. Satellite remote sensing provides a consistent, long-term record that can be used effectively to detect large-scale features over time, such as a developing drought. Accuracydoi:10.1007/s41976-019-0008-6 pmid:33005873 pmcid:PMC7526267 fatcat:a6atcj6wpjfgzbm373w4hmnhqe