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    The NASA Science Mission Directorate (SMD) FireSense project is focused on delivering NASA’s unique Earth science and technological capabilities to operational agencies, striving towards measurable improvement in US wildland fire management. The NASA SMD FireSense project is part of a larger NASA wide Wildland Fire Initiative involving SMD, the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD), and the Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD).

    The FireSense project will include an airborne science component (annual campaigns) where improved capabilities and technologies will be developed and evaluated, and ultimately demonstrated to agency stakeholders in a large capstone airborne campaign in year 5 of the project (2027-2028).

    Through initial stakeholder engagement activities, the FireSense project will begin by focusing on four uses-cases focused on characterization and measurement of (i) pre-fire fuels conditions, (ii) active fire dynamics, (iii) post fire impacts and threats, and (iv) air quality impacts and forecasting, each co-developed with identified stakeholders.


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    The Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiment (FASMEE) is a multi-agency, interdisciplinary collaborative effort to identify and collect critical measurements of fuels, fire behavior, fire energy, meteorology, smoke, and fire effects that will be used to evaluate and advance operational-used fire and smoke models. These data will promote science advancement that will give us a better understanding of wildland fire including how a fire behaves, the production and spread of smoke, and fire effects. This knowledge will promotes better prediction of the spread of smoke and the effects on people's health, firefighter health and safety and aids in the allocation of firefighting resources. Data collection has been initiated on large wildfires and prescribed fires within the Western Wildfire and Southwest field campaigns, and the 5-year study plan extends these data collection efforts over large prescribed burn units until 2028.

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    Curator: Ali Aknan
    NASA Official: Dr. Gao Chen

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