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1. Aksoy, Altug; Aberson, S.; Sellwood, K.; Klotz, B. W.; Vukicevic, T. and Velden, C. S.. HEDAS vortex-scale data assimilation with aircraft and satellite retrieval observations: Summary of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season results. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2014, abstract only; Abstract 15C.6. 

2. Ardanuy, Philip Edward; Gail, William; Hooke, William; Macauley, Molly; Marley, Stephen; Purschell, Jeffrey; Schmetz, Johannes and Velden, Chris. Optimizing requirements of the next generation satellite observing systems. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2015, unpaged. Reprint # 7662. 

3. Baker, Nancy L.; Langland, Rolf; Pauley, Patricia M.; Xu, Liang; Merkova, Dagmar; Gelaro, Ron and Velden, Christopher. The impact of satellite Atmospheric Motion Vectors in the US Navy global data assimilation system - NWP results. Darmstadt, Germany, EUMETSAT, 2012. Reprint # 6823. 

4. Baker, Nancy; Langland, Rolf; Pauley, Pat; Merkova, Dagmar; Gelaro, Ron and Velden, Chris. An investigation of the impact of Atmospheric Motion Vectors on NAVDAS-AR/NOGAPS. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 2012, PowerPoint presentation. 
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5. Bedka, Kristopher and Velden, Christopher. Improved representation of satellite atmospheric motion vectors by attributing assigned heights to tropospheric layers. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2007, unpaged. Reprint # 5567. 

6. Bedka, Kristopher and Velden, Christopher. Improved representation of satellite atmospheric motion vectors by attributing assigned heights to tropospheric layers. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2007, PowerPoint presentation. 
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7. Bedka, Kristopher; Velden, Christopher; Petersen, Ralph; Feltz, Wayne and Mecikalski, John. Comparisons between satellite-derived atmospheric motion vectors, rawinsondes, and NOAA wind profiler observations. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2007, poster presentation. 
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8. Berger, Howard. The impact of GOES rapid-scan winds on Eta hurricane forecasts. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, 2002. Call Number: UW MET Publication No.02.08.B1. 

9. Berger, Howard and Velden, Christopher. Tropical cyclone outflow diagnostics as observed in GOES rapid-scan atmospheric motion vector analyses. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2007, Poster presentation. 
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10. Berger, Howard and Velden, Christopher. The impact of GOES rapid-scan Atmospheric Motion Vectors (AMVs) on global numerical weather prediction model forecasts. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2007, PowerPoint presentation. 
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11. Berger, Howard I.. Assimilation of GOES rapid-scan winds into an experimental Eta model during Atlantic hurricanes. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2002, pp.187-191. Reprint # 3540. 

12. Berger, Howard I.. Assimilation of GOES rapid-scan winds into an experimental Eta model during Atlantic hurricanes. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2002, Paper 9D.4. Reprint # 3855. 

13. Berger, Howard I. and Velden, Chris. Assimilation of GOES rapid-scan winds into an experimental Eta model during Hurricane Keith. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2001, pp.260-261. Reprint # 2967. 

14. Berger, Howard I. and Velden, Chris. Assimilation of GOES rapid-scan winds into an experimental Eta model during Hurricane Keith. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2001, Paper P4.3. Reprint # 3877. 

15. Berger, Howard; Langland, Rolf; Velden, Christopher S. ; Reynolds, Carolyn A. and Pauley, Patricia M.. Impact of enhanced satellite-derived atmospheric motion vector observations on numerical tropical cyclone track forecasts in the Western North Pacific during TPARC/TCS-08Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume: 50, Issue: 11, 2011, pp.2309-2318. Reprint # 6553. 
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16. Berger, Howard; Velden, C. S.; Langland, R. and Reynolds, C. A.. Special satellite data analysis and NWP impact studies during TPARC. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2010, Paper 8A.3. Reprint # 6277. 

17. Berger, Howard; Velden, Christopher and Wanzong, Steve. Evaluation of a new quality indicator to estimate satellite-derived Atmospheric Motion Vector observation error. Darmstadt, Germany, European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), 2007, poster presentation. 
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18. Beven, Jack; Brennan, Michael; Cobb, Hugh; DeMaria, Mark; Knaff, John; Velden, Christopher; Dunion, Jason; Jedlovec, Gary and Fuell, Kevin. The 2011 GOES-R proving ground activities at the National Hurricane Center. Washington, DC, US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology, 2012, PowerPoint presentation. 
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19. Beven, John L. II; Brennan, Michael; DeMaria, Mark; Knaff, John and Velden, Chris. GOES-R Proving Ground activities at the National Hurricane Center. Raleigh, NC, National Weather Association, 2011, abstract only. 

20. Beven, John L. II; DeMaria, M. and Velden, C.. Satellite meteorology of tropical cyclones in the GOES-R era. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2008, abstract only. 

21. Beven, John L. II; Velden, C. S. and Olander, T. L.. Possible impacts of GOES-R temporal resolution on tropical cyclone intensity estimates. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2008, abstract only. 

22. Beven, John L.; Brennan, M. J.; Cobb, H. D. III; DeMaria, M.; Knaff, J.; Schumacher, A. B.; Velden, C.; Monette, S. A.; Dunion, S. P.; Jedlovec, G. J.; Fuell, K. K. and Foolmer, M. J.. The satellite proving ground at the National Hurricane Center. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2014, abstract only; Abstract 39. 

23. Beven, John L.II; Brennan, Michael; DeMaria, Mark; Knaff, John and Velden, Christopher. Proving ground activities at the National Hurricane Center. Greenbelt, MD, NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, GOES-R Program Office, 2011. Powerpoint presentation. 

24. Beven. Jack; Brennan, Michale; DeMariea, Mark; Knaff, John; Velden, Christopher and Dunion, Jason. The 2010 GOES-R Proving Ground at the National Hurricane Center. Washington, DC, US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology, 2011, PowerPoint presentation. 
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25. Black, Michael; Dunion, Jason; Kossin, James; Schubert, Wayne; Velden, Chris; Black, Peter; Zehr, Raymond and Aberson, Sim. Mesovortices in Hurricane Isabel (2003); A comparison of satellite, radar, and photographic observations. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2004, pp.128-129. Reprint # 3976.