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Smoke, as a prominent character of combustion, is widely regarded as a signal of forest fire. Existing in a video-based smoke root detection methods on rely the distance between smoke and the lens, which is one of the most challenging parts. In...

Person: Gao, Cheng
Year: 2021
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Biomass combustion plays an important role in the earth's biogeochemical cycling. The monitoring of wildfires and their associated variables at global scales is feasible and can lead to predictions of the influence of combustion on biogeochemical...

Person: Ambrosia, Brass
Year: 1988
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Wildfires are starting to increase on a global scale due to a changing climate. These wildfires can destroy everything in their path and impact negatively on the environment, air quality and climate. On the October 28, 2018, a fire broke out in...

Person: Kganyago, Govender, Shikwambana, Sivakumar
Year: 2021
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Wildfires and other types of biomass burning are a seasonal phenomenon in different land ecosystems around the world. Such fires are estimated to consume biomass containing a total of 2-5 petagrams of carbon globally every year, generating heat energy...

Person: Ichoku
Year: 2020
Type: Media
Source: FRAMES

Wildfire smoke influences on air quality and atmospheric chemistry have been underscored by the increasing fire prevalence in recent years, and yet, the connection between fire, smoke emissions, and the subsequent transformation of this smoke in the...

Person: Wiggins, Soja, Gargulinski, Halliday, Pierce, Schmidt, Nowak, DiGangi, Diskin, Katich, Perring, Schwarz, Anderson, Chen, Crosbie, Jordan, Robinson, Sanchez, Shingler, Shook, Thornhill, Winstead, Ziemba, Moore
Year: 2020
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Wildfire frequency and severity are increasing in many locations around the world. Wildfires emit particles and trace gases that are harmful to public health. In this talk, I will share results from several projects around the world that are evaluating...

Person: Marlier
Year: 2020
Type: Media
Source: FRAMES

The Fire Environment Continuing Education SubCommittee presents the 2020 Fall Fire Environment Post Season Lessons Learned Webinar

Topics will include:

  • Satellite-derived data
  • WildfireSAFE
  • Tips for Remote fire...
Person: Lindley, Ziel, Teske, Jolly, Law
Year: 2020
Type: Media
Source: FRAMES

Wildfires, which are becoming more frequent and intense in many countries, pose serious threats to human health. To determine health impacts and provide public health messaging, satellite-based smoke plume data are sometimes used as a proxy for...

Person: Fadadu, Balmes, Holm
Year: 2020
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

We analyze the long‐range transport to high latitudes of a smoke particle filament originating from the extra‐tropics plume after the Australian wildfires colloquially known as ‘Black Saturday’ on February 7th 2009 and report the first Antarctic...

Person: Jumelet, Klekociuk, Alexander, Bekki, Hauchecorne, Vernier, Fromm, Keckhut
Year: 2020
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

The summer of 2018 saw intense smoke impacts on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada in California, which have been anecdotally ascribed to the closest wildfire, the Lions Fire. We examined the role of the Lions Fire and four other, simultaneous large...

Person: Mueller, Tarnay, O'Neill, Raffuse
Year: 2020
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES