This page has been updated as of August 2014
Office of Emergency Response: Portable PM2.5 Air Monitoring Station (E-BAM) Locations and Graphs
NOTE: Effective 8/14/14, hourly PM2.5 data is presented against the 1-3 hour AQI as defined in Wildfire Smoke: A Guide for Public Health Officials (2012 revision)
- Klamath Fires
- Lodge Complex
- 97% Containment as of August 28th, 2014.
- Eiler, Bald, and Day Fires
- 100% Containment as of August 25th, 2014.
- French Fire
- 100% Containment as of August 12th, 2014.
Office of Emergency Response: Mission Request Procedure
The California Air Resources Board (ARB): Office of Emergency Response (OER) has created a step by step procedure to request emergency air monitoring services from the ARB. This procedure applies to any emergency involving the release of a hazardous airborne contaminant when a local agency has exhausted its resources to protect public health or the environment. The Office of Emergency Response can provide State-level support for air contaminant monitoring, sampling, analysis, and dispersion modeling.
The Office of Emergency Response: Mission Request Procedure provides a detailed procedure on how to request support from the Office of Emergency Response and provides contact information for requesting assistance.
- Assets and Technical Capabilities
- Background and Mission Statement
- Past Deployments
- Staff Expertise
- Training Opportunities