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  • David M. Tratt
David M. Tratt

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The increasing incidence and severity of biomass burning (BB) events pose a multidimensional threat impacting economic resilience, national security, and public health. Consequently, growing attention has been devoted to the radiative and chemical effects of BB gas and aerosol emission into the atmosphere, as well as the accompanying effects on human health. The emphasis of the work reported here concerns the efficacy of airborne spectral imaging in the longwave-infrared (LWIR) regime for visualizing and tracking trace gas content of the outflow from BB events, explicitly addressing the need for spatially resolved measurements.
15 Dec 2023Submitted to ESS Open Archive
27 Dec 2023Published in ESS Open Archive