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Tropical peatlands are globally significant in the terrestrial carbon cycle as they are comprised of a large forest carbon sink and a large peat carbon store—both of which can potentially be exchanged with the atmosphere on decadal time frames....

Person: Krisnawati, Volkova, Budiharto, Zamzani, Adinugroho, Qirom, Weston
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

To understand the climate impact of the wildfires, it is essential to monitor the aerosol emissions from biomass burning and to estimate their optical properties and radiative forcing. This study analyzed wildfires in Brazil, Angola, Australia,...

Person: Tanada, Murakami, Hayasaka, Yoshida
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Background: Due to anthropogenic climate change and historic fire suppression, wildfire frequency and severity are increasing across the western United States. Whereas the indirect effects of fire on wildlife via habitat change are well studied, less...

Person: Ayars, Emmet, Bassing, Sanderfoot, Raby, Karambelas, James, Ahmadov, Gardner
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Wildfires emit large amounts of black carbon and light-absorbing organic carbon, known as brown carbon, into the atmosphere. These particles perturb Earth’s radiation budget through absorption of incoming shortwave radiation. It is generally thought...

Person: Chakrabarty, Shetty, Thind, Beeler, Sumlin, Zhang, Liu, Idrobo, Adachi, Wagner, Schwarz, Ahern, Sedlacek, Lambe, Daube, Lyu, Liu, Herndon, Onasch, Mishra
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

The impacts of wildfires along the wildland urban interface (WUI) on atmospheric particulate concentrations and composition are an understudied source of air pollution exposure. To assess the residual impacts of the 2021 Marshall Fire (Colorado), a...

Person: Silberstein, Mael, Frischmon, Rieves, Coffey, Das, Dresser, Hatch, Nath, Pliszka, Reid, Vance, Wiedinmyer, de Gouw, Hannigan
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Watch this short video to learn why smoke from wildfires burning in other regions is something we should take seriously in the South, and what we can do to mitigate the risks it presents to our health! See the links below for additional resources....

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Created Year: 2023
Type: Media
Source: FRAMES

[Executive Summary] State, federal, tribal, and local government and non-profit partners in Washington have identified that prescribed fire – fire set by trained practitioners, under specific fuel, weather, and topographic conditions to simulate...

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Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Little is known about the associations between long-term exposure to wildfire-related fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and mortality. We aimed to explore theses associations using the data from the UK Biobank cohort. Long-term wildfire-related PM2.5...

Person: Gao, Huang, Xu, Gasevic, Liu, Yu, Yu, Yue, Zhou, Zhang, Liu, Song, Guo, Li
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

FireSmoke Canada is the Canadian portal (available in both English and French) for information about wildland fire weather and smoke. It provides access to the BlueSky Canada smoke forecasts, fire weather forecasts, fire information, and the BlueSky...

Person: Lyder
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Type: Tool
Source: FRAMES

As the 2023 fire season rages with unprecedented intensity in Canada, millions of people and countless animals across North America are exposed to wildfire smoke. Its harmful effects on human and animal health are only beginning to be explored in depth...

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