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Typical Areas for Study Using MISR: Smoke Plumes in Earth's Atmosphere


Typical Areas for Study Using MISR: Smoke Plumes in Earth's Atmosphere

Brush fire in central Oregon: Two plumes of particles emanate from a brush fire in central Oregon in this mid-summer scene from 1991. MISR will monitor particle amounts over land and also over ocean.

Photograph by Barbara Gaitley, JPL image P-48863B

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