Geographic priorities for research and development on dryland cereals and legumes
Graham Hyman, Glenn
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Maps, geography and spatial analysis are increasingly important for developing R&D programs, priority setting, monitoring, impacts assessment and reporting. • But the community of researchers working on this topics has perhaps been less organized to carry out this type of work. • This initiative propose to develop an online Atlas for R&D among the DCL community with focus on Geo-spatial Science, Technology and Applications (GeSTA).
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