FEW-View™ was released to the public on April 29, 2019.
Media coverage included:
Supply chain of fruit vegetables mapped by data scientists
Fresh Plaza – April 30, 2019
Vegetables, like every other product, follow a supply chain that moves produce from where it’s grown to where it’s used. That supply chain can be tracked through data, and that data can paint a powerful picture of how food, water, and energy move throughout the United States. The data illustrate how every corner of America is connected. The FEWSION Project…
Scientists map food supply chains for every US city
ASU – April 29, 2019
What data tool says is bigger than just where your food comes from; it shows how the fates of far-flung communities are closely connected
No matter where you are in the United States, the food on your plate probably started its life in Fresno, California. …How do we know? New data from the FEWSION Project, led by Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University scientists, can now illustrate how every corner of America is connected…
Do You Know Where your Food, Energy, and Water Come From?
American Scientist – April 29, 2019
Food isn’t grown in the grocery store, water isn’t formed in your tap when you turn it on, and electricity isn’t made in your wall socket—but beyond looking at a few product labels, how much do we really think about where our critical resources come from? Part of the difficulty is that the path from supplier to consumer can be so convoluted that it’s overwhelming for the average person to figure out the route. So in our new research project, we’re mapping out the resources’ journey for every local region in the United States, and that will help to make these systems more accessible and resilient….
Data scientists map the supply chains of every U.S. city
National Science Foundation (NSF) – April 29, 2019
and on NSF Science 360 News
and on PublicNow.com
Public can now track where food, energy and water come from
Through FEWSION, follow the chain your food, energy and water take.
No matter where you live in the United States, some food in your kitchen probably started its life in California’s agricultural fields.
How do you know?…
Data scientists mapped supply chains of every US city. What it says is bigger than just where your …
NAU News – April 29, 2019
and on Phys.org
The FEWSION Project is the brainchild of data whisperer Ben Ruddell, an associate professor in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber …
This New Mapping Project Tracks Supply Chains Across The US
KJZZ – April 29, 2019
By Mark Brodie
To talk more about it, The Show was joined by two of the people who worked on it: Ben Ruddell, an associate professor in NAU’s School of Informatics, …