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1. Ahern, Frank J.; Belward, Alan S.; Elvidge, Christopher D.; Goldammer, Johann; Gregoire, Jean-Marie; Justice, Christopher O.; Pereira, Joao Antonio Raposo; Prins, Elaine M. and Stocks, Brian J.. The fire component of global observation of forest cover: A plan of action. The Hague, The Netherlands, SPB Academic Publishing, 2001, pp.267-290. Reprint # 4596. 

2. Al-Saadi, Jassim; Szykman, James; Pierce, R. Bradley; Kittaka, Chieko; Neil, Doreen; Chu, D. Allen; Remer, Lorraine; Gumley, Liam; Prins, Elaine; Weinstock, Lewis; MacDonald, Clinton; Wayland, Richard; Dimmick, Fred and Fishman, Jack. Improving national air quality forecasts with satellite aerosol observationsBulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume: 86, Issue: 9, 2005, pp.1249-1261. Reprint # 4646. 
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3. Botta, A.; Cardille, J.; Prins, E. and Feltz, J.. Spatial and temporal drivers of fire dynamics in the Amazon/Tocantins Basin. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2001, abstract only; Abstract B31B-0088. 

4. Brunner, Jason C.; Schmidt, C. C.; Prins, E. M.; Hoffman, J. P.; Schroeder, W. and Csiszar, I.. Western Hemisphere diurnal fire activity 1995-2011: Description and initial fire trend analysis of the GOES-East Version 6.5 WF-ABBA data archive. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2012, abstract only. 

5. Brunner, Jason C.; Schmidt, C. C.; Prins, E. M.; Hoffman, J. P.; Schroeder, W. and Csiszar, I. A.. Western Hemisphere diurnal fire activity 1995-2012: Description and initial fire trend analysis of the GOES-East version 6.5 WF_ABBA data archive. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2013, abstract only. 

6. Brunner, Jason C.; Schmidt, C. C.; Rabin, R. M.; Prins, E. M.; Feltz, J. M.; Hoffman, J. P. and Bothwell, P. D.. The development of a Western Hemisphere trend analysis of fires and United States fire potential product from version 6.5 WF-ABBA data. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2010, abstract only. 

7. Brunner, Jason; Schmidt, C. C.; Prins, E. M.; Feltz, J. M.; Hoffman, J. P. and Lindstrom, S. S.. WF_ABBA Version 6.5: An overview of the improvements and trend analyses of fires from 1995 to present over the western Hemisphere. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2009, abstract only. 

8. Brunner, Jason; Schmidt, Christopher C./.Zhang, Xiaoyang and Kondragunta, Shobha. Estimation of biomass burning PM2.5 emissions using GOES WFABBA fire characterization data. Boulder, CO, University Corporation for Atmospheric Reseach (UCAR), 2006, poster only. 

9. Bywaters, Kenneth W. and Prins, Elaine M.. An interactive WWW tool for coupling satellite and meteorological data in real time. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1996, pp.382-384. Reprint # 2108. 

10. Cardoso, Manoel F.; Hurtt, George C.; Moore, Berrien III; Nobre, Carlos A. and Prins, Elaine M.. Projecting future fire activity in AmazoniaGlobal Change Biology, Volume: 9, Issue: 5, 2003, pp.656-669. Reprint # 3591. 

11. Csiszar, I.; Justice, C. O.; Prins, E.; Schroeder, W.; Schmidt, C. and Giglio, L.. Evolution of active fire monitoring capabilities from the US geostationary and polar orbiting satellite series. 2011. Reprint # 6938. 
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12. de Groot, William J.; Lynham, Tim J.; Brady, Michael A.; Csiszar, Ivan A.; Davies, Diane; Justice, Christopher O.; Prins, Elaine M. and Goldammer, Joann G.. Global observation of forest and land cover dynamics (GOFC-GOLD): Monitoring and early warning systems for wildland fire disaster reduction. Geneva, Switzerland, Group on Earth Observations (GEO), 2007, pp.164-167. Reprint # 6940. 

13. Eck, T. F.; Holben, B. N.; Schafer, J. S.; Artaxo, P.; Yamasoe, M. A.; Procopio, A. S.; Prins, E. M.; Feltz, J. M.; Smirnov, A.; Dubovik, O. and Reid, J. S.. Inter-annual variability of biomass burning aerosol optical depth in southern Amazonia, and the impact of these aerosols on the diurnal cycle of solar flux reduction. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2002, abstract only; Abstract A21B-0031. 

14. Ellrod, Gary P.; Achutuni, Rao V.; Daniels, Jaime M.; Prins, Elaine M. and Nelson, James P. III. An assessment of GOES-8 imager data qualityBulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume: 79, Issue: 11, 1998, pp.2509-2526. Reprint # 2508. 
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15. Elvidge, Christopher D.; Pack, Dee W.; Prins, Elaine; Kihn, Eric A.; Kendall, Jackie and Gaugh, Kimberly E.. Wildfire detection with meteorological satellite data: Results from New Mexico during June of 1996 using GOES, AVHRR, and DMSP-OLS. Chelsea, MI, Ann Arbor Press, 1998, pp.103-121. Reprint # 5550. 

16. Feltz, J. M.; Prins, E. M.; Baum. B. A. and Holben, B. N.. Characterizing the spatial and temporal distribution of aerosol optical thickness using GOES-8 multispectral data during TARFOX and SCAR-B. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2002, abstract only; Abstract A51B-04. 

17. Feltz, J. M.; Warner, J. X.; Prins, E. M. and LaCasse, K. M.. GOES-8 ABBA biomass burning observations and downwind MOPPITcarbon monoxide measurements. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2002, abstract only; Abstract A21B-01. 

18. Feltz, Joleen M.; Moreau, Michel; Prins, Elaine M.; McClaid-Cook, Kirsten and Brown, Irving F.. Recent validation studies of the GOES Wildfire Automated Biomass Burning Algorithm (WF-ABBA) in North and South America. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2003, International Wildland Fire Ecology and Fire Management Congress, 2nd. PaperP7.3. Reprint # 3893. 

19. Feltz, Joleen M.; Prins, Elaine M. and Setzer, Alberto W.. A comparison of the GOES-8 ABBA and INPE AVHRR fire products for South America from 1995-2000. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2001, pp.51-54. Reprint # 2958. 

20. Fox, Robert J.; Prins, Elaine M. and Feltz, Joleen M.. Characterizing the spatial and temporal distribution of aerosol optical thickness over the Atlantic Basin utilizing GOES-8 multispectral data. Final report, NASA Grant NAG5-4751 submitted to NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, for the period of 1 March 19. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2001. Call Number: UW SSEC Publication No.01.04.F1. 
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21. Freitas, S. R.; Longo, K. M.; Chatfield, R.; Latham, D.; Silva Dias, M. A. F.; Andreae, M. O.; Prins, E.; Santos, J. C.; Gelow, R. and Carvalho, J. A. Jr.. Including the sub-grid scale plume rise of vegetation fires in low resolution atmospheric transport modelsAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Volume: 7, Issue: 13, 2007, pp.3385-3398. Reprint # 5466. 
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22. Freitas, Saulo R.; Longo, Karla M.; Silvas Dias, Maria A. F.; Silva Dias, Pedro L.; Chatfield, Robert; Prins, Elaine; Artaxo, Paulo; Grell, Georg A. and Recuero, Fernando S.. Monitoring the transport of biomass burning emissions in South AmericaEnvironmental Fluid Mechanics, Volume: 5, Issue: 1, 2005, pp.135-167. Reprint # 5416. 

23. Hoffman, J.; Schmidt, C. C.; Brunner, J. C. and Prins, E. M.. Geostationary fire detection with the Wildfire Automated Biomass Burning Algorithm. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2010, abstract only; Abstract IN31A-1253. 

24. Hoffman, J.; Schmidt, C. C.; Prins, E. M. and Brunner, J. C.. The GOES-R ABI Wild Fire Automated Biomass Burning Algorithm. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2011, abstract only; Abstract IN53C-1636. 

25. Hoffman, Jay P.. A comparison of GOES WF_ABBA and MODIS fire products. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, 2006. Call Number: UW MET Publication No.06.00.H2.