EE Tools and Methods

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Tools and Methods for Exceptional Event Analysis
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General Tools and Methods[edit | edit source]

R. Husar, WUStL[edit | edit source]

EE Excess Over Normal Variations[edit | edit source]

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EE Anomaly Map.png

EE O3 Anomaly MapTime.png

EE PM25 SmokeDust Window.png.png PM25Ex, PM25_Ex_ONorm: Flag_Smoke, Flag_Dust, Flag_None

PM25 Anomaly 30perc.png PM25 Anomaly TimeSeries over 30perc

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Ozone 16 50 84 97 YCycle.png

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NAAPSdust PM25Exc.png

EE Backtrajectory Tools[edit | edit source]

EE Exceed BackTraj BBOX.png

EE Exceed Backtraj.png

EE Consoles[edit | edit source]

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  • Browser
  • uFIND
  • Console
  • Wash.U. DataFed: AQ Events, Data, Tools,

STI[edit | edit source]

T. Moore, WRAP[edit | edit source]

Statistical Ozone Forecast Methods[edit | edit source]

D. Jaffe, U. Washington[edit | edit source]

P. Reddy, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Air Pollution Control Division[edit | edit source]

H. Hafner, STI[edit | edit source]

H. Priesler, Forest Service[edit | edit source]

Event Detection Tools and Methods[edit | edit source]

Preisler, Climate Applications Laboratory University of California Merced[edit | edit source]

Wildfire Forecast Probabilities and Odds- Preisler and Westerling (2007) and Preisler et al (2011) proposed a seasonal forecast methodology for fire occurrence, extent, and suppression costs for California.

R. Husar, WUStL[edit | edit source]

Trajectory/plume tools[edit | edit source]

"But for" tool??[edit | edit source]