Plot utilities for air quality monitoring data.
The USFS Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Lab AirFire team works to model wildland fire emissions and has created the BlueSky Modeling Framework. This system integrates a wide collection of models along the smoke modeling chain (fire information, fuel loadings, consumption modeling, emissions modeling, time rate ofemissions modeling, plume height estimations, and smoke trajectory and dispersion modeling). The resulting model output has been integrated into many different smoke prediction systems and scientific modeling efforts;
The PWFSLSmoke R package is being developed for PWFSL to help modelers and scientists more easily work with PM2.5 data from monitoring locations across North America.
The AirMonitorPlots R package is being developed to provide plotting componenents for building up custom plots needed by air quality specialists.
Users will want to install the devtools package to have access to latest versions of this package that may not yet be available on CRAN.
devtools::install_github('mazamascience/PWFSLSmoke', build_vignettes=TRUE) devtools::install_github('mazamascience/AirMonitorPlots', build_vignettes=TRUE)
This project is being funded in part by the USFS Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory.