On May 20, 2020, EPA ORD hosted this webinar on wildland fire community engagement and data visualization tools. Presented by ORD's Ana Rappold and Mary Clare Hano, the webinar highlighted two wildland fire smoke and health projects. Smoke Sense is a crowdsourcing, citizen science app which engages the public to broaden awareness of wildland fire smoke locally as well as health protective measures and behaviors. The Smoke Ready Communities project offers a model and framework to help communities improve their response to wildland fires.

Wildland Fire Research Framework 2019-2022

Smoke Sense Study: A Citizen Science Project Using a Mobile App

Media Record Details

May 20, 2020
Ana G. Rappold, Mary Clare Hano

Cataloging Information

Fire Communication & Education
Smoke & Air Quality

NRFSN number: 21357
Record updated: December 19, 2022