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"Feature extraction for Darfur: geospatial applications in the documentation of human rights abuses." Scott Edwards & John J. Sulik. International Journal of Remote Sensing. Vol. 31 No. 10, p.2521-2533 (May 2010)

"Eye in the Sky: Monitoring Human Rights Abuses Using Geospatial Technology." Lars Bromley. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs. Winter/Spring 2009. Pages 159-168.

"When Science Meets Human Rights: Innovative Uses of Geospatial Technologies for Human Rights Monitoring and Conflict Prevention." Christoph Koettl. Bridges. Vol. 19. (October 2008)

"Geographical Information Systems Technology as a Tool for Genocide Prevention: The Case of Darfur." Matthew Levinger. Space & Polity. Vol. 13 Issue 1, p69-76 (April 2009)

"Israel/Lebanon: Deliberate destruction or collateral damage? Israeli attacks on civilian infrastructure." Amnesty International.

"New Support for Satellite-Based Human Rights Work." American Association for the Advancement of Science.

"Lebanon: Destruction in Civilian Areas. Case Study Report." American Association for the Advancement of Science.

"Crisis in Darfur." M. Graham. Google Earth Outreach Case Study.