Wildland Fire / Air Quality Tools

This page provides links to the most recent versions of tools produced by the U.S. Forest Service PNW Research Station's Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory in support of the Wildland Fire Air Quality Response Program and wildland fire operations.

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Monitoring PM2.5

Aggregated ground monitoring information

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BlueSky Daily Run Viewer

Visualize daily smoke forecasts

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BlueSky Playground

Customized emissions and dispersion modeling.

NOTE: v3 database purged 6/15

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Ensemble Trajectories

Customized trajectory modeling

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PWFSL Smoke Package

Tool for working with air quality monitoring data

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Arctic Transport Potential Forecast

Daily forecast analysis of site location potential to reach Arctic

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Ventilation Climate Information System

Climatology of mixing height, transport winds, and ventilation index

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Arctic Transport Potential Climatology

Climatology of conditions allowing for transport to the Arctic

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Climatology of Convective Instability

Seasonal and monthly maps of atmospheric instability - CAPE

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Mobile Smoke App

A mobile device focused app for determining smoke impacts in your area

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Smoke Outlook Editor

Customized trajectory modeling.

NOTE: New version (4.1) rolling out over next several days (6/15)

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