WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- By the year 2020, farmers will check their crops by checking satellite images on the World Wide Web, says Chris Johannsen, a remote-sensing researcher at Purdue University. He has pulled together information to help decode aerial and satellite images and has published it on the first-ever Agricultural Validation and Verification Web Site.
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