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As wildfires worsen, technology makes tracking smoke in air easier

by Andrea Polidori | Jan 03, 2018
SF chronicle

With wildfire danger expected to rise further over the years as global warming intensifies, the race is on to produce more detailed maps of smoke pollution. Regional authorities have stationed 16 permanent monitors for fine particles - an especially harmful ingredient of wildfire smoke - around the Bay Area. But low-cost sensors, satellites and other tools are rapidly evolving. Learn moreLink to external website.
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