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Biomass burning is globally significant source of trace gases and aerosols and a major mechanism controlling both land-cover change and exchanges of carbon between the land and atmosphere. Quantitative estimates of biomass burning emissions are required for many earth science applications, including for operational forecasting of atmospheric state, where such data are required in close to real-time. This is possible only via a satellite remote sensing approach, ideally utilising the highdoi:10.1016/s0090-4295(14)01010-3 fatcat:stdfairsergxdewazenhfvifse