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Projects: External Links and Offsite Resources

The TSS builds upon the efforts of several related air quality projects to offer an integrated suite of analysis tools for monitoring, emissions, and modeled air quality data. The TSS development partners are seeking to leverage the resources and experience of these projects to establish an enterprise-level analysis system for guiding states, tribes, and federal land managers in the design of their respective implementation plans for supporting the Regional Haze Rule regulations.


Federal Land Manager Environmental Database (FED)

Federal Land Manager Environmental Database (FED)Offsite link...

FED is a website that provides access to an extensive database of environmental data and an integrated suite of online tools and resources to help Federal Land Managers assess and analyze the air quality and visibility in Federally-protected lands such as National Parks, National Forests, and wilderness Areas.
Causes of Haze (COHA)

Causes of Haze Assessment (COHA)Offsite link...

The Causes of Haze Assessment web is an online report that answers questions about the chemical components that cause regional haze, relationships of haze to meteorology, the emissions that cause haze, and the effects of previous and future emissions reductions on the poorest and best visibility levels.
WRAP Fire Emissions Tracking System (FETS)

WRAP Fire Emissions Tracking System (FETS)Offsite link...

The WRAP’s Fire Emissions Tracking System (FETS) is a database with a web interface for planned and unplanned fire events. Users can view fire data on-screen with a mapping tool and query the database for downloads of data into model-ready formats and CSV or DBF formats.