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Geo-Big Data and Digital Augmentation for Sustainable Agroecosystems

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16-17 March 2019. Cairo, Egypt. 5th General Assembly of the Arab Water Council .
Presentation by Dr. Chandrashekhar Biradar, International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).

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Geo-Big Data and Digital Augmentation for Sustainable Agroecosystems

  1. 1. International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas icarda.org cgiar.org A CGIAR Research Center Geo-Big Data and Digital Augmentation for Accelerating Sustainable Agroecosystems Spatial Innovations for economically and ecologically viable solutions 5th General Assembly of the Arab Water Council 17 Mrach, 2019, Cairo, Egypt Chandrashekhar Biradar, PhD Head-Geoinformatics Unit Principal Scientist (Agro-Ecosystems)
  2. 2. icarda.org The World’s Internet users growing exponentially. As of June 2018, 55 % of the world's population has internet access. Nearly 4 billion people, over half of the world’s population online at the moment. 2.5 3.0 3.4 4.1 2012------2014-------2016-------2017--------2019--> 3.8 Global Internet Population Growth 2012-2018 (in billions) Source: domo.com Big Data Growing Bigger
  3. 3. icarda.org Data is growing exponentially and demands new technical and strategic approaches to put into right use You are here 44 zettabytes unstructured data 2010 2018/2019 2020 structured data 3 IBM ResearchSource: Robin Lougee
  4. 4. icarda.org 4 New era of analytics Tabulating Systems Era Cognitive Systems Era Programmable Systems Era Conscious Systems EraFarm Focus
  5. 5. icarda.org
  6. 6. Changing Fragile Ecosystems
  7. 7. Changing Water Balance • Large fluctuation in water balance • Climate variability and extreme events • Dominance of mono-cropping / few commodity focus • Depleted soil organic carbon Frequent deviation from long-term averages 2015-162014-15 2000 ~2% organic matter rebuild living soils
  8. 8. Pulsesfor the people and planet Daal/Falafal 1,250lt Chicken 4,325 Mutton 5,520 Beef 13,000 Changing diet pattern >> cropping systems Sustainable alternatives for future food There is a need for paradigm shift from more calories per acre to more health per acre.
  9. 9. Current Diets vs Planetary Health EAT Lancet Report From Water Guzzling to Water Saving food systems with with more nutrition and health
  10. 10. - more crop per drop ; more yield per acre - in a inch of land and a bunch of crop Building inclusive production systems for economically viable and ecologically sustainable agroecosystems Big Data driven decisions (space & time) for better strategy for investment, intervention, implementation and impact -multi dimensions -integrated systems -compound productivity Ecological intensification Target specific interventions Bridging the gaps Inputs use efficiency Agricultural policy Halt degradation Technology scaling - food and nutritional security - resilience and risk reduction - agro-ecosystem sustainability - adaption and mitigation - citizen science and collective actions - Equitable trade and social security Resilient Agroecosystems <<<more health per acre>>>people, animals and soil Food and Nutrition EcoAg OrgAg
  11. 11. icarda.org Strategic Research Priorities Genetic Resources: Mining crop diversity to develop germplasm resistant to heat, drought, cold, disease, higher nutrients; International public goods (open access) Adaption to Climate Change: Conventional and molecular breeding to develop climate-smart crops and livestock Building resilience: Integrated crop-livestock farming systems to address economic, social, and environmental conditions Promoting value chains, policies: Agriculture as an income- generating business for many poor smallholder households Enhancing water, land productivity: Rainfed, irrigated, and agro-pastoral farming; Reversal of environmental degradation; Enhance intensification Big Data ICTs Adoption of the SRPs in operational projects New 9: 5 SRPs + 4 CCTs
  12. 12. Where we work
  13. 13. icarda.org People Crops Livestock Trees Country Region Fiel d Landscape Farm Agro-Pastoral Rainfed Irrigated Agricultural Systems Global Climate (Variability and Change) Un-employment Poverty Nutrition Security and Sovereignty NRMs Functional Productivity Supply Chain Down Out Up Integrated Agroecosystems combining Component Research & Systems Research A multi-scale and multi-criteria R4D Cairo
  14. 14. Cross-cutting disciplines and trade offs
  15. 15. Platforms Mode Hyperspectral Multispectral Optical LiDAR LiDAR SAR Sensor ASD FieldSpec M× Camera APs/UAVs Lidar WorldView-2 Landsat ETM+ MODIS ICESat* PALSAR Spectral resolution 350-2500nm 4 bands 3-4 bands 1264nm 8 bands 7 bands 7/36 bands* 1264 & 532nm L band Spatial resolution 0.1-1.5m 0.1-0.2m 1-m 20 - 80cm 0.46m Pan; 1.84m MS 15m Pan; 30m MS 250m, 500m, 1000m MS 70m 10m, 20m, 100m Swath 1-4m 2-10m -- 1-2km 16.4km 185km 2330km 35-250km Revisit -- -- 3-year -- 1.1 days 16 days 1 day 91 days 46 days Plant biomass × × × × × × × Plant height × × × LAI, fPAR, LST × × × × × NDVI, EVI, LSWI × × × × × × Erosion, Salinity × × × × × × × Soil moisture × × × × × × Chlolophyll × × × × x × Nitrogen × × × × × Phosphorous × × × Plant water × × × × GPP × × × × × NPP × × × × land cover/use × × × × × × × phenology × × x × × Irrigation × × × × × × × DEM × × × × × × Derivatives × × × × × Tier 1 AOIs × × × × × × × × × Tier 2 action sites × × × × × × × Tier 3 AEZs × × × × × × Tier 4 Target × × × BiochemicalBiophysical Produc tion LULCTerrainScale RSdata characteristics Ground/in-situ Airborne Spaceborne Optical Example of One Sensor in each Platform/Scale Cross-cutting disciplines and trade offs
  16. 16. Digitization of farming systems Geo-Tagging Satellite data Crop data Climate data Soil data Water data Topography Demography Ecological data … Mapping Monitoring Targeting Estimating Forecasting Warning Lending Insurance Value chains Carbon-Credits Data Layers Computation Applications AI ML RF IOT Scalability Algorithms Biggest drivers research & outreach data Geo-taging and Agro-tagging Big Data and Citizen Science driven…
  17. 17. Farmers ha Governments Agro-food industryAdvisors International agencies Farm Typology and Agrotagging - Inputs/reuse - Yield/Production - Markets/income - Functional flows There is a big blackhole in farming systems typology; if we don’t make a strong and coordinated effort to add this layer the practical applications to farming systems design and policy advise will remain largely “in the sky”. This is one of the challenge we want to address in the DryArc interface
  18. 18. AI ML Meta Analytics Big Data @ genetics, chemistry, weather, agronomy, trade… Inclusive Agroecosystems Demand driven Sustainable options Integration and Interoperability EcoAg
  19. 19. Build resilient agroecosystems Ecological intensification Financial inclusion Resilient cropping systems better integration of crops, livestock, fish, trees & people Optimizing resource use by integrated approach compound intensification in cereal based systems Right crop at right place and time Better livelihoods 1. Functional productivity 2. Yield & Rotation 3. Crop growth 4. Incentives Pixel/Farm/Parcel A single entity for each & every developmental entry point 30m 10m 1.0m 0.3m Open source 3 days revisit <Biggest drivers Agreements Evolving areas in Big Data Science for building inclusive Agroecosystems Paradigm shift towards economically viable ecologically sustainable options Farm Focus
  20. 20. Better integration Better measurements Better modelling Resilient Systems Rebuilding integrated systems is the key to exponential efficiency and growth in the world largest and oldest industry - “agroecosystems” 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2018 Monitoring fieldsImaging the past, (re)construct field´s history, retrospective assessments 2019 Moving from narrow sense (yield) to a new economically and ecologically sound functional model for well being of the people and the planet…
  21. 21. Geotagging Agrotagging Farm typology Cropping systems Scaling options
  22. 22. Quantification of Farming Systems @ multiple-scalesDigitalAgPlatform
  23. 23. Realtime mapping for sustainable intensification From 2000 to current (real-time mapping) Mapping Realtime Rice- Fallows Soil Moisture and Water Harvesting Variety Suitability Agro-Tagging Pulses: pulse of sustainability e.g., Lentil as gap filler, relay crop, inter crop
  24. 24. Oct 2018 Nov 2018 Dec 2018 Jan 2019 Dry Moist Wet Water Real-time rice fallows Real-time Soil moisture High Medium Low NS Suitable areas for Lentil in 2018/2019 Seeds hubs Daal mills Value chains Crop imp. Storage units Real-time monitoring to target site specific interventions (package of practices) Small farms field the world: food grown in small farms are more healthy, tasty, nutritious and it helps rebuilding living soils and resilient agroecosystems Market Aggr. Sustainable intensification of the cereal-based systems
  25. 25. 26 Rice fallows Rice fallows Rice fallows Rice fallows Rice fallows Rice fallows Rice fallows DryArc from Dry to Green
  26. 26. 27 • Rice fallow under pulses • Increased income (2-3 times) • Increased resource use efficiency • Rebuilding healthy soil and biota • Better nutrition and health • Addressing 8 of the 17 SDGs Compound productivity Single commodity Productivity(return) DryArc from Dry to Green
  27. 27. • Agri-food systems is single largest user of fresh water and is also single strangest lever to address key issues • Recent advances in Earth Observation System, Open- Access, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, Smartphone, and Citizen Science making Big-Data analytics much smarter, interoperable and useful ever before for making spatially informed precision decisions. • There is a big blackhole in farming systems typology, it need strong and coordinated efforts to build this layer for number of modeling, timely decisions and policy level implications; • GeoAgro based Eco-Smart Farming Systems Designs have a high potential in the dry areas Way forward
  28. 28. Compound productivity Single commodityProductivity(return)
  29. 29. Thank You c.biradar@cgiar.org Spatial Informed decisions for targeting research and development investments for sustainable and resilient agri-food systems in the dry areas