[Project Completion Report] Using Multi-dimensional Data to Reveal the Health Impacts of Bushfire Smoke

The Australian Space Data Analysis Facility (ASDAF) is pleased to successfully deliver its part in the “Data Warehousing for statistical fusion of satellite data with Air Chemical Transport Models” project. Collaborative project partners include Curtin’s School of Population Health, the World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health Impact Assessment, the Australian Research Data Commons, and the Centre for Air Pollution, Energy and Health Research. ASDAF and its delivery partner, the Curtin Institute for Computation, developed a near-real-time bushfire smoke prediction platform by automating the processing of multi-dimensional data and code development.

Read the full project completion report below.

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