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Utilizing Remote Sensing at a Subsistence Farming Level to Explore Child Undernutrition in the Context of Climate Change
Malnutrition remains a leading cause of death in children in low- and middle-income countries. Chronic malnutrition concerns globally approximately 159 million children under the age of five.
KeywordsRemote sensing technology Agriculture Western Africa Malnutrition Climate change Children
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