Health Risk Data - Volatile Organic Compounds in Wildfire Smoke During the 2019 FIREX-AQ Campaign and Beyond

Published: 6 June 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/zgfxh8xxgm.1
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Nancy Johnston

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Volatile organic compound (VOC) ground measurements collected via sorbent tubes and analyzed via thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (TD-GC-MS) in Washington and Idaho wildfire smoke, during NASA/NOAA FIREX-AQ campaign (2019) and following fire season (2020). US EPA health risk methods were used to quantify the health risk from four fires: Nethker (ID, 2019), Williams Flats (WA, 2019), Chief Timothy Fire (WA, 2020) and Whitetail Loop Fire (ID, 2020) for benzene (cancer/non-cancer) and toluene, ethylbenzene, xylenes, and hexane (non-cancer).

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Related Publication for method and data: Dickinson, G. N.; Miller, D. D.; Bajracharya, A.; Bruchard, W.; T. A.; McGarry, J. K. P.; Moser, E. P.; Nuñez, L. A.; Pukkila, E. P.; Scott, P. S.; Sutton, P. J.; and Johnston, N. A. C. (2022). Health Risk Implications of Volatile Organic Compounds in Wildfire Smoke During the 2019 FIREX-AQ Campaign and Beyond. GeoHealth. Under Review. See also: Miller, D. D., Bajracharya, A., Dickinson, G. N., Durbin, T. A., McGarry, J. K. P., Moser, E. P., Nuñez, L. A., Pukkila, E. J., Scott, P. S., Sutton, P. J., & Johnston, N. A. C. (2022). Diffusive uptake rates for passive air sampling: Application to volatile organic compound exposure during FIREX-AQ campaign. Chemosphere, 287, 131808. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.CHEMOSPHERE.2021.131808

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Lewis-Clark State College

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Cancer Risk Assessment, Air Pollution Health Impact, Smoke

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