Kathryn Grace in Tennessee

 

Kathryn Grace recently presented an invited talk at Oak Ridge National Lab and the University of Tennessee entitled, “Using High Resolution Remotely Sensed Data to Examine the Relationship between Agriculture and Fertility in a Pre-Transitional Setting: A case study of Mali.”  This research, conducted in collaboration with Dr. Nicholas Nagle, is part of her NASA ROSES early career grant to examine links between agriculture and human health in the context of climate change in Africa.  She originally gave this talk at the Vienna Institute of Demography in the Austrian Academy of Sciences over the summer, so she’s keeping busy.  Go Kathryn!

 

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