If successful, data gathered through Smoke Sense will help EPA researchers and communities determine how smoke impacts our health and productivity and gain important insights needed to develop health risk communication methods during smoke days.
The findings from the study will be peer-reviewed for scientific publication and published on the EPA website. Public health officials and air quality managers can use the results to develop strategies to protect public health from wildland fire smoke.
The pilot will be conducted during the 2017 wildland fire season until the end of October. At the end of the study, the Smoke Sense app will go offline temporarily for updates. Smoke Sense app user identities will be anonymous and non-identifiable.
Download and learn more about the Smoke Sense App at – https://www.epa.gov/air-research/smoke-sense
- Fixed version check
- Fixed missing Hazardous dial image
- Reduced fire symbol by 30% in size for the map
- Changed InciWeb layer display to off by default
- Changed the map layer button icon
- Fixed sticking symbols on map
- Added static 0 and 100 text to the slider in Smoke Smarts for instances running on iOS 14.x
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