Collaboration with the Club of Utah

Wildfire and Air Quality Virtual Panel
Nov 10 - Virtual Event

Climate change induced drought and aridity will continue to increase wildfire size and
intensity. To help reduce the adverse impacts of climate-change driven wildfires, we

  • More ground-based and satellite measurements of the atmosphere and fire conditions
  • Continued development of models that can simulate and forecast wildfire smoke
    transport, fire behavior, and other related physical processes
  • A better understanding of how wildfire smoke deteriorates air quality and impacts
    human health
  • More information on how climate change and human development near the
    wildland-urban interface is increasing wildfire risk

This panel will discuss how improved measurements and smoke transport models can
improve air quality forecasts and reduce human exposure to wildfire smoke.

Event Closed

Date and Time

Wednesday, November 10, 2021
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM PT

Add to Calendar


Virtual Event

Primary Contact


Upcoming Events

Find information and tickets of upcoming events at MIT Club of Northern California, like conferences, talks, cycling trips and much much more

Can Peace be Preserved Across the Taiwan Strait?

Can Peace be Preserved Across the Taiwan Strait?

Tue, Feb 21 5:30 pm PT

Become a Member

Join the MIT Club of Nothern California today!

Member is open to all MIT graduates.

Join Now!