PM2.5 Monitoring Site

This page is work in progress. Please check back for updates.

This is a tool that aggregates monitoring data for fine particulate matter (PM2.5) from a number of sources.

The site is designed to allow data from the past 10 days to be accessed and visualized quickly. More functionality can be found in the PWFSL R Smoke Package.

Disclaimer:

Tools are provided for research purposes only, and may not accurately reflect what happened due to numerous reasons. Data are provisional; obtain data from original sources for official purposes. Use at own risk.

Tool Links

Stable URL:

Monitoring Site Help:

Current Version:

    • version 4 (current, introduced in April 2018)

Past Versions:

    • version 3 (deprecated) (2016-2017)
    • version 2 (no longer available)
    • version 1 (no longer available)


PM2.5 Monitoring Site Help: Using Interactive Map | Troubleshooting | Useful Tips

Compatibility

This tool works best under Google Chrome. Internet Explorer / Edge browsers in particular may have issues and features are not guaranteed to work.

Known Issues / Current Development

Work in Progress:

      • Present diagraph timeseries across timezones in Data Report.
      • Additional graphic coming
      • Addition of statistical model coming

Questions

Air Resource Advisors should post questions / issues to the WFAQRP > #monitoring-v4-site channel.

External inquiries regarding the BlueSky Daily Run Viewer and the BlueSky Modeling Framework may be directed to Dr. Sim Larkin, USFS-AirFire, larkin (at) fs.fed.us.

Credits

The Monitoring Site is a tool developed by the USFS AirFire Team in conjunction with Mazama Science and the University of Washington's School of Environmental and Forestry Sciences (UW SEFS).

Original design and concept:

    • Original Concept and Project Lead: Sim Larkin, USFS AirFire
    • Lead Developer: Mazama Science
      • Jonathan Callahan (Contact), Helen Miller
    • Additional Development
      • Supporting Database, Compatibility, and Other Capabilities: Joel Dubowy, UW SEFS and David Askov, UW SEFS

Funding for the Monitoring Site is provided by the USFS, National Fire Plan, and DOI.

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