Global food-security-support-analysis data at 30-m resolution (GFSAD30) cropland-extent products—Download Analysis
The global food-security-support-analysis data at 30-meter resolution (GFSAD30) cropland-extent product is a project to provide high-resolution global cropland-extent data relating to water use. It is the first global-land-cover map focusing exclusively on agriculture with a 30-meter spatial resolution. The overarching goal of the GFSAD30 project is to produce consistent and unbiased estimates of global agricultural cropland products such as cropland extent; cropland types; irrigated versus rainfed cropland; cropping intensities; and spatial and temporal (from 2000 to 2017) changes in cropland extent.
The goal of this report is to assess and discuss the usage of the GFSAD30 project’s cropland-extent product. Since the public release of GFSAD30 in November 2017, the number of files downloaded has been tracked, as well as the total size of files downloaded, the country from which the GFSAD30 data were downloaded, and the user’s field of study. This report presents a monthly assessment of the usage of GFSAD30 from November 2017 through December 2019. During this period, about 1,900 gigabytes of data and about 225,000 files were downloaded by users in more than 100 countries. This report also includes how GFSAD30 has been cited in media, scientific journals, and other data products. The release of data was widely covered by the national and international press, and GFSAD30 products have been cited more than 200 times in scientific journals.
|Global food-security-support-analysis data at 30-m resolution (GFSAD30) cropland-extent products—Download Analysis
|Adam Oliphant, Prasad Thenkabail, Pardhasaradhi Teluguntla
|USGS Numbered Series
|USGS Publications Warehouse
|Western Geographic Science Center