Madry, S, Pelton, J, Camacho-Lara, S. 2011, Satellite Applications Handbook—Space and Telecommunications,
Geomatics, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems, Satellite Navigation, and Geosynchronous Meteorology,
Madry, S, Pelton, J. 2010, "Satellites Serving Humanity", in The Farthest Shore: A 21st Century Guide to Space, Apogee Books, Canada.
Madry, S, Elizabeth, A. 2010, Interdisciplinary Research and Method in Historical Ecology: A Burgundian Landscape, Left Coast Press.
Madry, S. 2006, “Hic sunt dracones (Here be dragons): The Integration of Historical Cartographic Data into Geographic Information Systems.” In Archer, S N, Bartoy, K M (eds), Between Dirt and Discussion: Methods, Materials, and Interpretation in Historical Archaeology, Springer.
Madry, S, and al. 2006, “An Integrated Geomatics Research Program in Mountain Gorilla Conservation in the Virungas.”, in T. Stoinski, H.D, Steklis, Mehlman, P T (eds), Conservation in the 21st Century: Gorillas as a Case Study, Kluwer Academic Press.
Papers presented at conferences, symposia and other publications
Madry, S, and al. 2009, “A Google Earth-Based Distributed Infrastucture to Support Natural Disaster Response.”, 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies: Space for the Developing World, 11–13 June, 2009, Istanbul, Turkey.
Madry, S, Elizabeth, J, McDaniel, D. 2009, “Historic Ponds in Rural Southern Burgundy: Water management from the Medieval Period through the Present Day”, Presented in session organized by S. Madry “Water Management and Land-Use: An Interdisciplinary Study in Historical Ecology of an Agricultural Landscape in Southern Burgundy from the Middle Ages through the Present Day”. First World Congress of Environmental History, Copenhagen Denmark August 4-8, 2009.
Madry, S, Jones, E, Tickner, A. 2009, "An Improved Extraction of Historical Cartographic Features into GIS: A French Case Study", Proceedings of Method for the Computer Applications in Archaeology conférence, Williamsburg, Va. USA March 22-26, 2009.
Madry, S. 2009, Scientific Committee member at: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods and Archaeology Conference “Making History Interactive,” Williamsburg, Virginia.
Madry, S. 2009, “Status of Renaissance Computing Institute Disaster Technology Initiatives”, North Carolina Emergency Managers Association Meeting, Sunset Beach, NC.
Madry, S. 2009, “Personal Locator Beacons, Satellite Search and Rescue Technologies”, North Carolina Emergency Managers Association Meeting, Sunset Beach, NC.
Madry, S. 2009, “The URISA GIS Corps and the Myanmar Cyclone Project”, North Carolina Geographic Information Systems Conference, Raleigh, NC.
Madry, S, Dobson, G. 2009, “Public GIS, Automated Vehicle Tracking, and the NC GIS Disaster Volunteer Program”, North Carolina Geographic Information Systems Conference, Raleigh, NC.
Madry, S. 2009, “The Renaissance Computing Institute Geospatial Initiative”, Poster at: North Carolina Geographic Information Systems Conference, Raleigh, NC.
Madry, S. 2008, “The Application of Space Technologies for International Disaster Management”, Space Technologies for Disaster Response and Planning Half-day Seminar on Advanced Space Technologies for Civil Defense and Disaster Management Chair and moderator, session titled: “Defense and Security,” Global Space Technology Forum, Space Technology Commercialization for the Future, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 16–18 November 2008.
Madry, S. 2008, “Our New Digital World from Space: How Advanced Technologies are Changing Your World”, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Fall Community Classroom Series (The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education).
Madry, S. 2008, Invited Dinner Speaker at: NCAUG Fall Conference September 17–19, 2008 Carolina Beach, NC. The NC GIS Disaster Team, chair of session titled: “GIS in Emergency Management.”
Madry, S. 2008, “CURISA & CGITA GIS in the Carolinas Conference,” Embassy Suite Hotel Resort & Conference Center, Charlotte, Concord, North Carolina. At: URISA GIS Corps and Recent Myanmar (Burma) Disaster Project, chair of session.
Madry, S, 2008, "Des gorilles du Rwanda aux sites archéologiques de la vallée de l'Arroux, Introduction aux nouveaux outiles de cartographie et d'analyse spatiale", La Cartographie au Service de la Recherche et de l'Aménagement du Territoire, Centre Archéologique Européen, Glux-en-Glenne, France.
Madry, S. 2008, “New Directions in Space Remote Sensing,”Short Course for Applied Technology Institute, Columbia, MD.
Madry, S, Henley, A. 2007, “Google Earth for Scientific Regional Analysis”, Two-hour short course sponsored by The Odum Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Madry, S. 2007, “Advanced Video Teleconferencing and Shared Authoring Web Space Development for the North Carolina Emergency Management Community”, Annual meeting of the NC Emergency Management Association, Sunset Beach, NC.
Madry, S, Cole, M L. 2006, "Using GIS as an Augur: New Advances are Making GIS Even More Useful as a Predictive Modeling Tool.”, The Military Engineer, Journal of the Society of American Military Engineers.