Section I. General Information and Emissions.
Section II. Ambient Air Quality, Visibility and Human Health -Regional Perspectives.
Section III. Ecological Impacts of Forest Firest and Air Pollution.
Section IV. Management Issues.
Section V. Concluding Section.
Series Preface (DES Series Editor: Sagar Krupa)
Book Preface (Book Editors: Andrzej Bytnerowicz, Michael Arbaugh, Christian Andersen and Al Riebau)
Introduction (Andrzej Bytnerowicz, Michael Arbaugh, Christian Andersen and Al Riebau)
Section I General Information and Emissions
Impacts of vegetation fire emissions on the environment, human health and security a global perspective (Johann G. Goldammer, Meinrat O. Andreae and Milt Statheropoulos)
Climatic and weather factors affecting fire occurrence and behavior (Francis M. Fujioka, A. Malcolm Gill, Domingos X. Viegas, B. Mike Wotton and Shyh-Chin Chen)
Characterizing sources of forest fire emissions (Roger Ottmar, Ana Isabel Miranda, David Sandberg)
Chemistry of wild land fire emissions (Wei Min Hao and Shawn Urbanski)
Trace-gas emissions from burnings in forests and grasslands with emphasis on Brazil and California (Philip Riggan)
The influence of grassfire on atmospheric environment (Sharon Zhong, C. B. Clements, G. Aumann, P. Potter, S. Goodrick, and X. Bian)
Effects of wild land fire on regional and global carbon stocks in a changing environment (Allen Solomon and Sue Conard)
Airborne remote sensing of wildland fires (Philip Riggan)
Section II Ambient Air Quality, Visibility and Human Health - Regional Perspectives
Effects of forest fires on air quality and visibility in North America (Douglas Fox, R