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Air-Quality Impacts and Intake Fraction of PM2.5 during the 2013 Rim Megafire.
The 2013 Rim Fire was the third largest wildfire in California history and burned 257 314 acres in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. We evaluated air-quality impacts of PM2.5 from smoke from the Rim FireExpand
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Spatial and seasonal patterns of particulate matter less than 2.5 microns in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California
This paper presents particulate matter data collected in the California southern Sierra Nevada Mountains (SNM) during 2002 to 2009 from the Central Valley (elevation 91 m) into the SNM (elevation 2Expand
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A comparative analysis of temporary and permanent beta attenuation monitors: The importance of understanding data and equipment limitations when creating PM2.5 air quality health advisories
Abstract Mobile particulate monitors are being widely used for smoke monitoring throughout the western United States. While this provides valuable additional data for public health decisions,Expand
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Occupational Exposure to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon of Wildland Firefighters at Prescribed and Wildland Fires.
Wildland firefighters suppressing wildland fires or conducting prescribed fires work long shifts during which they are exposed to high levels of wood smoke with no respiratory protection. PolycyclicExpand
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Ozone pollution and asthma emergency department visits in the Central Valley, California, USA, during June to September of 2015: a time-stratified case-crossover analysis
Abstract Objective: The San Joaquin Valley (SJV) exceeds the state and national standards for ozone (O3). This study investigates whether short-term exposure to O3 is associated with asthma emergencyExpand
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Wildland fire management and air quality in the southern Sierra Nevada: using the Lion Fire as a case study with a multi-year perspective on PM(2.5) impacts and fire policy.
Management of fire is an important and controversial policy issue. Active fire suppression has led to a backlog of fuels, limited the ecological benefits of fire, and reduced short-term smoke impactsExpand
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Air Quality at Devils Postpile National Monument, Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, USA
Ambient concentrations of O_3, PM_(2.5), NH_3, NO, NO_2, HNO_3, SO_2 and VOCs were measured at Devils Postpile National Monument (DEPO) during the summer seasons of 2013 and 2014. The measurementsExpand
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A comparison of ozone exposure in Fresno and Shaver Lake, California.
Ground-level ozone is a pollutant that has been found to have detrimental effects on plants as well as in humans. Few studies, however, have measured ozone exposure in mountainous regions downwindExpand
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Surface ozone at the Devils Postpile National Monument receptor site during low and high wildland fire years
Surface ozone (O3) was measured at the Devils Postpile National Monument (DEPO), eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, during the 2007 (low-fire) and 2008 (high-fire) summer seasons. WhileExpand
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