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Rapidly scaling up the use of prescribed fire is being promoted as an important pathway for reducing the growing damages of wildfire events in the United States, including limiting the health impacts from smoke emissions. However, we do not currently...

Person: Jones, McDermott, Champ, Berrens
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

A guide on how to install and use several desktop software packages to model smoke from wildland fire. 

This guide references a larger series of lessons on each model available for download on ...

Person: Jackson
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Developing countries by relying on agricultural fires trade respiratory health for cheaper land preparation and greater food security of subsistence farmers. In the Brazilian Amazon, thousands of kilometres of vegetation are annually burned, releasing...

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

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) are routinely used as proxies for wildfire in geological sediments associated with large igneous province (LIP) driven CO2 increases and mass extinction events. One example is the end-Triassic mass extinction...

Person: Fox, Holman, Rigo, Al Suwaidi, Grice
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Wildfire emissions are a key contributor of carbonaceous aerosols and trace gases to the atmosphere. Induced by buoyant lifting, smoke plumes can be injected into the free troposphere and lower stratosphere, which by consequence significantly affects...

Person: Ye, Saide, Hair, Fenn, Shingler, Soja, Gargulinski, Wiggins
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

The quantification of PM2.5 concentrations solely stemming from both wildfire and prescribed burns (hereafter referred to as ‘fire’) is viable using the Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ), although CMAQ outputs are subject to biases and...

Person: Jiang, Eum, Yoo
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Yakutia (Eastern Siberia) is one of the most fire-prone regions of Russia, which is frequently affected by large-scale wildfires despite a relatively short warm period, which usually lasts from May to September. In 2021, Yakutia experienced the worst...

Person: Tomshin, Solovyev
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Major wildfires and heatwaves have begun to increase in frequency throughout much of the United States, particularly in western states such as California, causing increased risk to public health. Air pollution is exacerbated by both wildfires and...

Person: Masri, Jin, Wu
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

Wildfires are well known as annual disasters in Indonesia. More than 3 million ha was burned in the last 5 years. During an extreme event such as in 2019, carbon emissions can cause smog disasters in neighboring countries such as Malaysia and Singapore...

Person: Nurdiati, Sopaheluwakan, Septiawan, Ardhana
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES

The “Black Summer” bushfires of 2019/2020 in Australia generated smoke that persisted for over three months, mainly affecting Eastern Australia. Most communication strategies focused on the fire itself, revealing a knowledge gap in effective...

Person: Walsh, Sargent, Cevik-Compiegne, Roberts, Palfrey, Gooyers-Bourke, Vardoulakis, Laachir
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES