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Tim Beale Geospatial Data Analyst

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CABI, Nosworthy Way, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8DE, United Kingdom

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BSc in Geography

As part of the Knowledge and Data Management team, I lead CABI’s geospatial activities, from data collection to end-product delivery. I work with CABI’s scientists to ensure that we use the right methods and tools to analyse data, gain insights, and communicate our findings. I promote the use of Geographic Information Systems to ensure the organisation understands the value of geospatial data and its role in project and product development.  

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PRISE: a Pest Risk Information SErvice

Pests can decimate crops and are estimated to cause around a 40% loss. These insects, mites and plant pathogens can impact on food security and impede supply chains and international trade. A Pest Risk Information SErvice (PRISE) aims to solve this problem by using data to help farmers manage pests in up...
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Optimizing Fertilizer Recommendations in Africa (OFRA)

Soil fertility across much of sub-Saharan Africa is poor, which is a major constraint to improving farm productivity and farmer livelihoods. To combat this there is now wide recognition of the need to integrate increased fertilizer use with other aspects of soil fertility management. This project aims to...
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Toolkits for invasive plants in Laikipia, Kenya

Many exotic plant species introduced to Laikipia County, Kenya, have escaped cultivation and threaten biodiversity. Little is currently known however, about the presence of invasive species or their impact. Without this type of information, it is unlikely that various stakeholders will take action to...
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Toolkits for invasive plants in East Africa

Many plants introduced to East Africa have escaped cultivation and are wreaking havoc. These invasive species are reducing biodiversity and negatively impacting livelihoods. Little is known about the number of invasive plant species present here, or their impact. This project aims to use communication...
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Remote sensing use for mapping Parthenium in Pakistan

It is projected that food demand will more than double by 2050 due to climate changes. Food security in Pakistan is particularly reliant on its ability to produce wheat and rice, however, an invasive species of weed, the "Famine Weed" (Parthenium hysterophorus), has been identified as a critical threat to...