Videos

2020

Demonstration of dust explosion using white flour, 2020

2019

Jaffe team research trip to Boise, Idaho, August 2019

At a site near Boise, the Jaffe Group measured volatile organic carbons, NOx, and other compounds in order to understand the impact of forest fire emissions on the tropospheric photochemistry of ozone and aerosols at downwind sites. Video credit: Shahbaz Qureshi.

Jaffe team working at the Mt. Bachelor Observatory, Bend, Oregon, September 2019

Video credit: Shahbaz Qureshi.

2012

Graphic of smoke transport to Mt. Bachelor from the Pole Creek fire, September 2012

For more information, please see the following paper: Pao Baylon, et al., “Ozone enhancement in western US wildfire plumes at the Mt. Bachelor Observatory: The role of NOx,” 2015, Atmospheric EnvironmentGraphic by Pao Baylon.

2006

Jaffe team working at the Mt. Bachelor Observatory, Bend, Oregon, 2006

2004

Jaffe team doing research on Asian air pollution, Okinawa, Japan, 2004

2001

King 5 video of Dan Jaffe airborne research, 2001