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Using Earth Observation, we can help farmers adapt to climate change


Season 1, episode 32
4 min / Published

Olive groves account for 30% of our cultivated land and 50% of our total agricultural exports; olives are Tunisian agriculture’s main product. In partnership with CNRS and CESBIO, we use images from the Sentinel-2 satellite from the European Copernicus programme to detect anomalies in olive groves and stress to plants, phenomena that have been multiplying with climate change.


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