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Machine learning-based observation-constrained projections reveal elevated global socioeconomic risks from wildfire

Here, we present a machine learning framework to constrain the future fire carbon emissions forecast by 13 Earth system models from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project phase 6, based on historical, observed joint states of fire-relevant variables. The primary risk of rising socioeconomic uncertainty and socioeconomic growth in the western and central African countries is mainly posed by rapid regional expansion, which has necessitated an emergent strategic response to wildfires in these countries.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1860585


FTICR-MS, Sensor, and Environmental Data from 5 Streams Impacted by the 2020 Holiday Farm Fire Associated with: "Spatiotemporal controls on the delivery of dissolved organic matter to streams following a wildfire"

Five sites within the McKenzie River Watershed were completely engulfed by the 2020 Holiday Farm Fire, with five samples obtained by the 2020 Holiday Farm Fire. The following primary folders were included in this data set: 1 Metadata, 2 EnvData Environmental Data, 3 SensorData, 3 SensorData, and 4 FTICR_SupportingData are among the four primary folders. Each primary folder also includes individual data dictionaries, which can be used to specify and supply descriptors of column/row headers and data flags. In comparison to a csv file containing processed FTICR-MS results, the FTICR_SupportingData folder, folder 4, contains raw, unprocessed FTICR-MS Data files.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1869708


Watersheds dynamics following wildfires: Nonlinear feedbacks and implications on hydrologic responses

Longer stretches of drought in California are expected, with even more risk for wildfire-prone areas. The Sierra Nevada Mountains account for 70% of California's water, but it's unclear how wildfires could have a big effect on watershed-scale hydrology. We investigate the effects of wildfires disturbances on watershed hydrologics using a physically based integrated hydrologic model in a high-performance computing framework in this study. In the postfire simulations, greater winter snowpack and subsequently increased summer run-off, as well as groundwater storage in the postfire scenarios, were also found. Finally, comparisons between dry and wet water years show that climate is the primary factor determining the timing of some hydrologic processes, largely due to the timing of snowmelt, which is illustrative of the integrative nature of hydrologic processes along the Sierra Nevada-Central Valley interface, illustrating the cumulative nature of hydrologic processes across the Sierra Nevada-Central Valley interface.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1580911


Soot superaggregates from flaming wildfires and their direct radiative forcing

Although wildfires contribute significantly to global soot emissions, their aerosol generation methods and resulting particle properties are unclear and parameterized in climate models, the wildfires contribute significantly to global soot emissions. In the aftermath of a big wildfire in India, we here chronicle the ubiquitous presence of soot superaggregates. In wildfire smoke-laden air masses over Northern California, New Mexico, and Mexico City, we have additional findings of soot SAs. SAs contribute, per unit optical depth, up to 35% less atmospheric warming than newly released aggregates, and 90 more warming than the volume-equivalent spherical soot particles simulated in climate models.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1624726

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