Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest were linked to upticks in respiratory problems in Colorado, a new study shows.
Eos speaks with Andy Edman, western region chief of the Science and Technology Infusion Division at the National Weather Service, about how the agency is helping wildfire crews fight fires from space.
Synthetic aperture radar data post-processing can be used to analyze changes in the landscape, providing a useful tool for disaster response.
Satellite measurements coupled with inexpensive air quality monitors could help protect humans from smoke particulates during wildfire events.
Wildfires may have driven a critical ecosystem transition in Tasmania’s Lake Vera more than 800 years ago.
A new study measures emission factors for tropical peatland fires in Malaysia.
Scientists are still investigating the cause, fuel source, and overall impact of the weeks-long blaze.
The fires are stoking worries about the vast island’s thawing permafrost.
Forest fires can occur naturally, but in the world's largest rain forest, fire can signal large-scale deforestation.
Fresh insight into pyrogenic carbon disappearance suggests that erosion is not responsible.