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51. Prins, E.; Govaerts, Y. and Justice, C. O.. Report on the Joint GOFC/GOLD Fire and CEOS LPV Working Group Workshop on Global Geostationary Fire Monitoring Applications, Darmstadt, Germany, 23-25 March 2004. Global Terrestrial Observing Systems (GTOS), Global Observation of Forest and Land Cover Dynamics, 2004. Call Number: SD/420.6/G64/2004. 

52. Prins, Elaine and Cahoon, Don. Towards a global system for forest fire monitoring and mapping: Break out recommendations and priorities. Breakout group report on improving the networks and between network links. Italy, Euopean Commission Joint Research Centre, 2000, pp.35-36. Reprint # 7166. 

53. Prins, Elaine and Schmidt, Chris. GOES burns brightGeospatial Solutions, Volume: 11, Issue: 7, 2001, pp.33. Reprint # 3692. 

54. Prins, Elaine M. and Menzel, W. Paul. Trends in South American biomass burning detected with the GOES VAS from 1983-1991. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1994, pp.592-594. Reprint # 1828. 

55. Prins, Elaine M. and Menzel, W. Paul. Monitoring biomass burning and aerosol loading and transport from a geostationary satellite perspective. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1996, pp.160-166. Reprint # 2101. 

56. Prins, Elaine M. and Menzel, W. Paul. Monitoring fire activity in the Western Hemisphere with the new generation of geostationary satellites. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1996, pp.272-275. Reprint # 2104. 

57. Prins, Elaine M. and Menzel, W. Paul. Investigation of biomass burning and aerosol loading and transport utilizing geostationary satellite data. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, 1996, pp.65-72. Reprint # 2423. 

58. Prins, Elaine M. and Menzel, W. Paul. Trends in South American biomass burning detected with the GOES visible infrared spin scan radiometer atmospheric sounder from 1983 to 1991Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Volume: 99, 1994, pp.16,719-16,736. Reprint # 1636. 

59. Prins, Elaine M.; Feltz, Joleen M. and Schmidt, Chris C.. An overview of active Fire detection and monitoring using meteorological satellites. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2001, pp.1-8. Reprint # 2961. 

60. Prins, Elaine M.; Feltz, Joleen M.; Menzel, W. Paul and Ward, Darold E.. An overview of GOES-8 diurnal fire and smoke results for SCAR-B and 1995 fire season in South AmericaJournal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, Volume: 103, 1998, pp.31,821-31,835. Reprint # 2511. 

61. Prins, Elaine M.; McNamara, Donna and Schmidt, Christopher C.. Global geostationary fire monitoring system. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2004, Paper P4.6. Reprint # 3791. 

62. Prins, Elaine M.; Menzel, W. Paul and Ward, Darold E.. GOES-8 ABBA diurnal fire monitoring during SCAR-B. Sao Paolo, Brazil, Transtec Editorial, 1996, pp.153-157. Reprint # 7637. 

63. Prins, Elaine M.; Schmetz, Johannes; Flynn, Luke P.; Hillger, Donald W. and Feltz, Joleen M.. An overview of diurnal active fire monitoring using a suite of international geostationary satellites. The Hague, The Netherlands, SPB Academic Publishing, 2001, pp.145-170. Reprint # 2937. 

64. Prins, Elaine M.; Schmidt, C. C.; Brunner, J. C.; Hoffman, J. P.; Lindstrom, S. S. and Feltz, J. M.. The global geostationary Wildfire ABBA fire monitoring network. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2010, Abstract P9.13. 

65. Prins, Elaine M.; Schmidt, Chris C.; Feltz, Joleen M.; Reid, Jeff S.; Westphal, Doug L. and Richardson, Kim. A two-year analysis of fire activity in the Western Hemisphere as observed with the GOES Wildfire Automated Biomass Burning Algorithm. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2003, Paper P2.28. Reprint # 3298. 

66. Prins, Elaine M.; Velden, Christopher S.; Hawkins, Jeffrey D.; Turk, F. Joseph; Daniels, Jaime M.; Dittberner, Gerald J.; Holmlund, Kenneth; Hood, Robbie E.; Laing, Arlene G.; Nasiri, Shaima L.; Puschell, Jeffery J.; Marshall, J. Marshall and Zapotocny, John V.. Meeting summary: 13th AMS Conference on Satellite Meteorology and OceanographyBulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume: 87, Issue: 5, 2006, pp.633-637. Reprint # 5130. 
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67. Prins, Elaine Mae. Geostationary satellite detection of biomass burning in South America. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Meteorology, 1989. Call Number: UW MET Publication No.89.06.P1. 

68. Prins, Elaine Mae. Implementation and Internet distribution of the GOES-8/10 Wildfire ABBA products. Annual report for contract No.N660001-00-C-0039. [WF-ABBA (Wildfire Automated Biomass Burning Algorithm)]. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, CIMSS [Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies, 2001. Call Number: UW SSEC Publication No.01.09.P1. 
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69. Prins, Elaine Mae. News from fire research: The GOES-8 Automated Biomass Burning Algorithm (ABBA) introducing new capabilities for monitoring diurnal fire activity in the Western HemisphereInternational Forest Fire News, Issue: 15, 1996, pp.49-52. Reprint # 2318. 

70. Prins, Elaine Mae. Biomass burning. San Diego, CA, Academic Press, Inc, 1995, pp.309-325. Reprint # 1957. 

71. Prins, Elaine; Bobbe, Tom; Stephens, George and Csiszar, Ivan. Applications of meteorological and environmental research satellites for active fire detection and monitoring in the US. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2006, Paper NOAA-WP-16. 5p. Reprint # 5706. 

72. Prins, Elaine; Govaerts, Yves and Csiszar, Ivan. GOFC/GOLD Fire Monitoring and Mapping Implementation Team Workshop on Geostationary Fire Monitoring and Applications, 2nd, Darmstadt, Germany, 4-6 December 2006. Executive summary. Global Terrestrial Observing Systems (GTOS), Global Observation of Forest and Land Cover Dynamics, 2006. Call Number: SD/420.6/G64/2006. 

73. Prins, Elaine; Menzel, W. Paul and Feltz, Joleen. Characterizing spatial and temporal distributions of biomass burning using multi-spectral geostationary satellite data. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1998, pp.94-97. Reprint # 2619. 

74. Prins, Elaine; Schmidt, C.; Feltz, J. M.; Reid, J. S.; Brunner, J. and Hoffman, J.. Five years of GOES WF_ABBA fire products: Analysis and applications. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2006, Abstract P3.6. 

75. Prins, Elaine; Schmidt, Christopher C.; Hoffman, Jay; Brunner, Jason; Hyer, Edward J. and Reid, Jeffrey S.. The global geostationary wildfire ABBA: Current implementation and future plans. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2012, Abstract IN33C-1550.