Interagency Wildland Fire Air Quality Response Program
Smoke Monitor Kits: About / National Cache /Ordering Instructions
Web-Based Smoke Tools: Monitoring v4 | Historical Monitor Data | Fire and Smoke Map
A national cache of 35 smoke particulate monitoring kits (26 E-Samplers and 9 EBAMs) is available for deployment to wildland fires upon request of firefighting agencies with US Forest Service. The kits provide real-time measurements of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and are available for monitoring both wildfire emissions and prescribed burns. Learn more about how to order a smoke monitor from the cache.
The Monitoring website provides near real-time information from monitors around the country.
Air Resource Advisors set up smoke monitors with real-time telemetry to monitor conditions in impacted areas where monitoring information is not available.
Visit Monitoring website for latest NowCast values based on PM2.5 monitors (temporary and permanent monitors): https://tools.airfire.org/monitoring/
Fire and Smoke Map
The Fire and Smoke Map shows fine particulate (PM2.5) pollution data obtained from air quality monitors and sensors.
Historical Monitor Data
Visit Historical Monitoring website for past data readings on smoke monitors: