isardSAT has published a web tool to explore 10 years of monthly data showing initial soil moisture, vegetation, and evapotranspiration products over the Ebro basin. This tool has been developed in the framework of the ACCWA (Accounting for Climate Change in Water and Agriculture management) project and will include data for the Mediterranean and Sahel area.
The ACCWA project, launched in March 2019, aims at developing remote sensing based monitoring tools for crop yield monitoring and water management to allow improving the reliability of decision making regarding water use, yield and hazards in agriculture.
For more information, go to the project website.
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