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Background: Fire models use pyrolysis data from ground samples and environments that differ from wildland conditions. Two analytical methods successfully measured oxidative pyrolysis gases in wind tunnel and field fires: Fourier transform infrared (...

Person: Weise, Johnson, Myers, Hao, Baker, Palarea‐Albaladejo, Scharko, Bradley, Banach, Tonkyn
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Warming temperatures and prolonged drought periods cause rapid changes of fire frequencies and intensities in high-latitude ecosystems. Associated smoke plumes deposit dark particles from incomplete combustion on the Greenland ice sheet that reduce...

Person: Brugger, Chellman, McConnell, McConnell
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

The Pyrocumulonimbus (pyroCb) events over British Columbia in 2017 were observed in the lower stratosphere for about 8–10 months after the smoke injections. Several previous studies used global climate models to investigate the physical parameters for...

Person: Lee, Lundquist, Tang
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Objective: To evaluate the association of short-term exposure to overall fine particulate matter of <2.5 μm (PM2.5) and wildfire-specific PM2.5 with emergency department (ED) visits for headache.

Background: Studies have reported associations...

Person: Elser, Rowland, Marek, Kiang, Shea, Do, Benmarhnia, Schneider, Casey
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Wildfire frequency has increased in the Western US over recent decades, driven by climate change and a legacy of forest management practices. Consequently, human structures, health, and life are increasingly at risk due to wildfires. Furthermore,...

Person: Lassman, Mirocha, Arthur, Kochanski, Farguell, Bagley, Carreras-Sospedra, Dabdub, Barbato
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

In this study, two rainfall events following the Antalya forest fires were sampled via a volume-based sequential sampling method. Two and four fractional samples were obtained from the first (S) and the second (M) rainfall events, respectively. pH and...

Person: Kilic, Kilic
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

The intensity and frequency of wildfires is increasing globally. The systematic review of the current evidence on long-term impacts of non-occupational wildfire exposure on human health has not been performed yet. To provide a systematic review and...

Person: Gao, Huang, Yu, Xu, Yang, Gasevic, Ye, Guo, Li
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Background: Efforts to mitigate the adverse effects of wildfire smoke have focused on modifying human behaviour to minimise individual exposure, largely accomplished by providing smoke forecasts, monitoring, and consistent public messaging.

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Person: Graw, Anderson
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

A warming climate is one of the most important driving forces of intensified wildfires globally. The unprecedented wildfires broke out in the Australian ‘Black Summer’ (November 2019–February 2020), which released massive heat, gases, and particles...

Person: Hong, Liu, Zhang, Tian, Wu, Yin, Zhu, Cheng
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

An algorithm for retrieving nighttime aerosol optical depth (AOD) from the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) Day-Night Band (DNB) observations of reflected moonlight is presented for rural areas during the western U.S. fire seasons. The...

Person: Zhou, Wang, Chen, Xu, Colarco, Miller, Reid, Kondragunta, Giles, Holben
Created Year: 2021
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES