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Type: Journal Article
Author(s): Alexandra Monteiro; Carla Gama; Tobias Osswald; Ana P. Fernandes; Ana Isabel Miranda
Publication Date: 2022

The extreme wildfires events recently registered in different parts of the world highlighted again the importance of wildfire smoke’s impact on the society and the economy. In Portugal, during the 2017 October wildland fires, several air quality monitoring stations from the Portuguese networks registered dangerous levels of atmospheric pollution due to smoke.

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Citation: Monteiro, Alexandra; Gama, Carla; Osswald, Tobias; Fernandes, Ana Patricia; Miranda, Ana Isabel. 2022. Estimating the impact on air quality of the Portuguese 2017 forest fires with the new APIFLAME model. Environmental Sciences Proceedings 17(1):29.

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  • air quality
  • Portugal
  • smoke dispersion
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FRAMES Record Number: 66849