Berlin: Satellite pictures show that smoke from rapidly spreading fires in the western United States has reached similar to Europe, researchers said Wednesday.
Information gathered by the European Union’s Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service discovered smoke from the flames had voyaged 8,000 kilometers through the environment to Britain and different pieces of northern Europe.
Parrington said the smoke thickness from the flames, known as vaporized optical profundity or AOD, was massive, as indicated by satellite estimations.
“We have seen that AOD levels have arrived at extremely high estimations of seven or above, which has been affirmed by autonomous ground-based estimation,” he said. “To place this into viewpoint, an AOD of one would as of now show a ton of pressurized canned products in the air.”