These publications are in technical scientific journals and went through (or are going through) the scientific peer-review process, which means the work was reviewed by 2-4 experts in the field, and journal editors who are subject experts as well, prior to final publication. That process can take months or sometimes years. Bold means the researcher is/was in MESAS research group. You can also learn more about my research interests by visiting my ResearchGate profile, ORCID profile, and/or ResearcherID profile.
In preparation as of December 2018: B. Magi, J. Marlon, P. Bartlein, A. Daniau, A. Schaefer, F. Moiullot, Fire from the past 250 years; M. Eppes, B. Magi, J. Scheff, et al., Microfracturing and climate; B. Magi and S. Edwards, Microwave remote sensing of lightning in the Southeastern USA; A. Schaefer and B. Magi, Relationships between soil moisture and fire.
24. In review as of November 2018: B. Magi, C. Cupini, M. Green, J. Francis, F. Ramadan, C. Hauser, and B. Reiss, Evaluation of PM2.5 measured in an urban setting using a low-cost optical particle counter and a Federal Equivalent Method Beta Attenuation Monitor.
23. Coughlan, M., B. Magi, and K. Derr, 2018: A Global Analysis of Hunter-Gatherers, Broadcast Fire Use, and Lightning-Fire-Prone Landscapes, Fire, 1, 41 [Open Access].
22. Quaternary International (Elsevier) Special Issue on The Human-Climate-Fire Nexus: Hawthorne, D., C. J. Courtney Mustaphi, J. C. Aleman, O. Blarquez, D. Colombaroli, A.-L. Daniau, J. R. Marlon, M. Power, B. Vannière, Y. Han, S. Hantson, N. Kehrwald, B. Magi, X. Yue, C. Carcaillet, R. Marchant, A. Ogunkoya, E. N. Githumbi, and R. M. Muriuki, 2018: Global Modern Charcoal Dataset (GMCD): A tool for exploring proxy-fire linkages and spatial patterns of biomass burning. Quaternary International, 488, 3-17. [HTML, PDF]
21. Rabin, S. S., D. S. Ward, S. L. Malyshev, B. I. Magi, E. Shevliakova, and S. W. Pacala (2018), A fire model with distinct crop, pasture, and non-agricultural burning: use of new data and a model-fitting algorithm for FINAL.1. Geoscientific Model Development, 11, 815-842, [Open Access]
20. van Marle, M. J. E., S. Kloster, B. I. Magi, J. R. Marlon, A. L. Daniau, R. D. Field, A. Arneth, M. Forrest, S. Hantson, N. M. Kehrwald, W. Knorr, G. Lasslop, F. Li, S. Mangeon, C. Yue, J. W. Kaiser, and G. R. van der Werf (2017), Historic global biomass burning emissions for CMIP6 (BB4CMIP) based on merging satellite observations with proxies and fire models (1750–2015), Geoscientific Model Development, 10, 3329-3357 [Open Access, description of dataset online]
18. Hantson, S., S. Kloster, M. Coughlan, A.-L. Daniau, B. Vannière, T. Brücher, N. Kehrwald, and B. I. Magi (2016), Fire in the Earth System: Bridging Data and Modeling Research, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 97(6), 1069-1072 [Open Access]
17. Marlon, J. R., R. Kelly, A. Daniau, B. Vanniere, M. J. Power, P. Bartlein, P. Higuera, O. Blarquez, S. Brewer, T. Bruecher, A. Feurdean, G. G. Romera, V. Iglesias, S. Y. Maezumi, B. Magi, C. J. C. Mustaphi, T. Zhihai (2016), Reconstructions of biomass burning from sediment charcoal records to improve data-model comparisons, Biogeosciences, 13, 3225-3244, 10.5194/bg-13-3225-2016 [Open Access]
16. Kehrwald, N. M., J. Aleman, M. Coughlan, C. Courtney-Mustaphi, E. Githumbi, B. Magi, J. Marlon, and M. J. Power (2016), One thousand years of fires: Integrating proxy and model data, Frontiers of Biogeography, 8, 2016 [Abstract, PDF]
15. Eppes, M. C., B. Magi, B. Hallet, E. Delmelle, P. Mackenzie-Helnwein, K. Warren, and S. Swami (2016), Deciphering the role of solar-induced thermal stresses in rock weathering, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 128, 1315-1338 [Abstract, PDF]
14. Rabin, S. S., Magi, B. I., Shevliakova, E., and Pacala, S. W. (2015), Quantifying regional, time-varying effects of cropland and pasture on vegetation fire, Biogeosciences, 12, 6591-6604, doi:10.5194/bg-12-6591-2015 [Open Access]
12. Magi, B. I., Rabin, S., Shevliakova, E., and Pacala, S (2012), Separating agricultural and non-agricultural fire seasonality at regional scales, Biogeosciences, 9, 3003-3012, doi:10.5194/bg-9-3003-2012. [Open Access]
11. Donner, L.J, B.L. Wyman, R.S. Hemler, L.W. Horowitz, Y. Ming, M. Zhao, J.C. Golaz, P. Ginoux, S.J. Lin, M.D. Schwarzkopf, …, B.I. Magi, …, et al. (2011), The Dynamical Core, Physical Parameterizations, and Basic Simulation Characteristics of the Atmospheric Component of the GFDL Global Coupled Model CM3, J. Climate, 24, 3484-3519. [PDF] [HTML]
9. Magi, B.I., P. Ginoux, Y. Ming, and V. Ramaswamy (2009), Evaluation of tropical and extratropical Southern Hemisphere African aerosol properties simulated by a climate model, J. Geophys. Res., 114, D14204, doi:10.1029/2008JD011128. [PDF, HTML]
8. Magi, B.I., Q. Fu, J. Redemann, and B. Schmid (2008), Using aircraft measurements to estimate the magnitude and uncertainty of the shortwave direct radiative forcing of southern African biomass burning aerosol, J. Geophys. Res., 113, D05213, doi:10.1029/2007JD009258. [PDF, HTML]
7. Magi, B., M. Coughlan, A. Edwards, M. Hurteau, A. Petty, F. Seijo, and C. Wiedimyer (2008), Meeting Report from AIMES (Analysis, Integration and Modeling of the Earth System) Young Scholar’s Network Workshop on Cultural Uses and Impacts of Fire: Past, Present, and Future, Eos, 89(40), doi:10.1029/2008ES002414. [PDF, HTML]
6. Magi, B.I., Q. Fu, and J. Redemann (2007), A methodology to retrieve self-consistent aerosol optical properties using common aircraft measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, D24S12, doi:10.1029/2006JD008312. [PDF, HTML]
5. Magi, B.I., P.V. Hobbs, T.W. Kirchstetter, T. Novakov, D.A. Hegg, S. Gao, J. Redemann, and B. Schmid (2005), Aerosol Properties and Chemical Apportionment of Aerosol Optical Depth at Locations off the United States East Coast in July and August 2001, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 62(4), 919-933, doi:10.1175/JAS3263.1. [PDF, HTML]
4. Magi, B.I., P.V. Hobbs, B. Schmid, and J. Redemann (2003), Vertical profiles of light scattering, light absorption, and single scattering albedo during the dry, biomass burning season in southern Africa and comparisons of in situ and remote sensing measurements of aerosol optical depths, Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D13), 8504, doi:10.1029/2002JD002361. [PDF, HTML]
3. Gao, S., D.A. Hegg, P.V. Hobbs, T.W. Kirchstetter, B.I. Magi, and M. Sadilek (2003), Water-soluble organic components in aerosols associated with savanna fires in southern Africa: Identification, evolution, and distribution, Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D13), 8491, doi:10.1029/2002JD002324. [PDF, HTML]
2. Kirchstetter, T.W., T. Novakov, P.V. Hobbs, and B. Magi (2003), Airborne measurements of carbonaceous aerosols in southern Africa during the dry biomass burning season, Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D13), 8476, doi:10.1029/2002JD002171. [PDF, HTML]
1. Magi, B.I., and P.V. Hobbs (2003), Effects of humidity on aerosols in southern Africa during the biomass burning season, Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D13), 8495, doi:10.1029/2002JD002144. [PDF, HTML]