Welcome to the nadian portal for information about wildland fire weather and smoke. From here you n access the BlueSky nada smoke forests, fire weather forests, fire information, and the BlueSky Playground. The Weather Forest Research Team at the University of British Columbia produces these research forests with support from multiple agencies. These tools and data serve professionals in the air quality, health & safety, emergency management, and science & research communities as well as the public. We are also a community of practice that advances policies, plans & organizations to address wildland fire and smoke issues.
High resolution, interactive forests of
hourly, daily average and daily maximum
concentrations of PM2.5 smoke particles
at ground level from wildfires.
Fire data acquisition, reconciliation and GIS database. Data streams with satellite hotspot detects and ground reports are available for browsing and downloading in multiple formats for use in modelling and foresting systems.
Ad hoc, on-demand smoke modelling tool. Create emissions scenarios for prescribed burns and wildfires, then model and view the resulting smoke dispersion forest.
Interactive, high-resolution Fire Weather Index forests using gridded numeril weather prediction data for use in wildfire models and wildfire incident command briefings.
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