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Smoke from the Russian wildfires
Smoke from the Russian wildfires as measured by GOME-2 on board of Metop-A, shown with the Absorbing Aerosol Index (AAI).
Wildfires near Los Alamos National Laboratory
Hot spots from the wildfires burning near to the Los Alamos National Laboratory are clearly visible after the smoke cleared.
Wildfires in Colorado
Fires in Colorado as seen by Metop-A on 17 June, combining the day orbit image, showing the blue-grey smoke plume, and the subsequent night overpass image, showing hot spots from red to yellow.
GOME-2 observes Australian fires
On 7 February, the Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment-2 (GOME-2) instrument on Metop-A, observed the smoke plume of the Australian wildfires.
Plumes of smoke drifting from America to Europe
On 25 June 2013, smoke from the large wildfires in Colorado (USA) reached Europe. This was seen in the GOME-2 and OMI aerosol images, processed at KNMI.
A summer of heatwaves and drought for many
Summer 2018 in much of Europe was characterised by prolonged heatwaves, leading to droughts in some areas.
Catastrophic fires in California
The October 2007 California wildfires were a series of wildfires that began burning across Southern California on 20 and 21 October.
Huge fires in the Arctic and Siberia
Huge fires in the Arctic and Siberia during Summer 2019, were seen by the Sentinel-3 and Metop satellites.