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Inherently spatial: GIS in agriculture

In this episode of the Field Notes podcast, we sit down with Elvis Takow, a Solutions Engineer on the Esri Natural Resources team. Elvis discusses the role of GIS in commercial agriculture and how it’s used to select sites, inspect crops, combat climate change, and more. In our evolving world, GIS is used in agriculture now more than ever. Listen to the episode to learn more.

About the authors

Josh is a Product Writer with a background in geography and comparative literature. Originally from Georgia, Josh now works and lives in Portland, Maine. When he isn't writing for the field apps team, he enjoys reading and playing his bass clarinet.

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D'Maia is a product writer with a background in Geology. She is passionate about communicating technical information and enjoys taking dance classes and visiting museums outside of work.

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