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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

[from the text] In recent decades, wildfires in the United States have increased, particularly in the Pacific Northwest. The effect of wildfire smoke on headache disorders is not well characterized. Many of my adult and pediatric patients in Oregon,...

Person: Riddle
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Introduction

As wildfire smoke events increase in intensity and frequency in the Pacific Northwest, there is a growing need for effective communication on the health risks of smoke exposure. Delivery through a trusted source or intermediary has...

Person: Wood, D’Evelyn, Errett, Bostrom, Desautel, Alvarado, Ray, Spector
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Background

To reduce the negative health effects from wildfire smoke exposure, effective risk and health communication strategies are vital. We estimated the behavioral effects from changes in message framing and messenger in public health...

Person: Aminpour, Helgeson, Ferraro
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

The NOAA/NASA FIREX-AQ (Fire Influence on Regional to Global Environments and Air Quality) experiment was a multi-agency, inter-disciplinary research effort to: (1) obtain detailed measurements of trace gas and aerosol emissions from wildfires and...

Person: Warneke, Schwarz, Dibb, Kalashnikova, Frost, Al-Saadi, Brown, Brewer, Soja, Seidel, Washenfelder, Wiggins, Moore, Anderson, Jordan, Yacovitch, Herndon, Liu, Kuwayama, Jaffe, Johnston, Selimovic, Yokelson, Giles, Holben, Goloub, Popovici, Trainer, Kumar, Pierce, Fahey, Roberts, Gargulinski, Peterson, Ye, Thapa, Saide, Fite, Holmes, Wang, Coggon, Decker, Stockwell, Xu, Gkatzelis, Aikin, Lefer, Kaspari, Griffin, Zeng, Weber, Hastings, Chai, Wolfe, Hanisco, Liao, Campuzano-Jost, Guo, Jimenez, Crawford
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Though fine particulate matter (PM2.5) has decreased in the United States (U.S.) in the past two decades, the increasing frequency, duration, and severity of wildfires significantly (though episodically) impairs air quality in wildfire-prone regions...

Person: Aguilera, Luo, Basu, Wu, Clemesha, Gershunov, Benmarhnia
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Increased forest fires in the future will create opportunities to undertake salvage logging and replanting activities with the potential to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions relative to a ‘do nothing’ scenario that relies on natural regeneration....

Person: Metsaranta, Hudson, Smyth, Fellows, Kurz
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES