Science is about to learn a whole lot about how climate change, drought affect crops

ExtremeTech: A new letter in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) highlights an exciting new ability in global remote sensing: by using fluorescence data from satellites already in orbit, some scientists now believe they can provide a more accurate look at the level of photosynthetic activity in large vegetated areas. Even better, there`s already a super-powered successor satellite in the works, meaning that this new technique could shortly give scientists a much better understanding of......

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