Annual wildland fire emissions (WFEIS v0.5) for Conterminous US and Alaska, 2001-2013
This data set contains annual modeled estimates of wildland fire emissions at 0.01 degree (~1-km) spatial resolution from the Wildland Fire Emissions Information System (WFEIS v0.5) for the conterminous U.S. (CONUS) and Alaska for 2001 through 2013. WFEIS is a web-based tool that provides resources to quantify emissions from past fires and output results as spatial data files (French et al., 2014). The data set includes emissions estimates of carbon (C), carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), other non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHC), and particulate matter (PM) as well as estimates of above-ground biomass, total fuel availability, and consumption estimates.
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French, N. H.,
Erickson, T. A.,
Koziol, B. W.,
Billmire, M. G.,
Endsley, K. A.,
Scheinerman, N. K.,
Jenkins, L. K.,
Miller, M. E.,
Ottmar, R. D.,
Annual wildland fire emissions (WFEIS v0.5) for Conterminous US and Alaska, 2001-2013.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center.
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