Mobile application to map water-use and agricultural productivity in the region, Hadi Jaafar

​​​Dr. Jaafar announced the development of a mobile application that allows users to monitor evapotranspiration, agricultural water productivity, and biomass at various scales (field, watershed). The mobile app was developed as part of the IHE-Delft funded ITSET project, Integrating time-series ET mapping into an operational irrigation management framework.  The app utilizes FAO WaPOR databases and allows users to select the required variable for a given geographic location (for example evapotranspiration, rainfall, crop water use, crop biomass, crop water productivity), for a defined time interval (decadal, monthly, or annual) for 2014-2018. 

For more information about the ITSET project, click here. â€‹

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