Biomass Burning Uncertainty: ReactioNs, Emissions and Dynamics (BBURNED)
BBURNED aims to better quantify the current understanding of the uncertainty and variability in biomass burning emission estimation, and determine how to more accurately represent atmospheric chemistry resulting from fire. We will be a conduit to coordinate and organize the international scientific community to improve understanding of the current and future impacts of wildfires, prescribed burning and agricultural fire on public health and climate by addressing the uncertainties in atmospheric chemistry processes influenced by biomass burning.
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14-15 September 2024: BBURNED workshop on "Variability and uncertainty in fire emissions, atmospheric chemistry and processes, and modelling", co-hosted with iLEAPS. Hybrid / Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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