Bitterroot Valley, MT
The Selway-Bitterroot real-time digital camera system was installed
outside of the Stevensville Ranger Station, Montana, in May 2002.
The camera views Crown Point, 11.0 kilometers to the Northwest.
A TEOM-PM10 particulate sampler is also operational;
however, no data are transmitted for public viewing at this time.
Associated meteorological data are collected from the Stevensville,
Montana RAWS station.
Cloud Peak Wilderness, WY
The Cloud Peak camera system was installed in February 2001 by the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality.
The Forest Service assumed operations and support of this visibility camera in September 2014.
The camera system is located just east of the Bighorn Mountains, approximately 14 miles west of Buffalo,
and views the Bighorn Mountains and Hunter Mesa to the southwest.
An aerosol sampler is also located at the site; however, no air quality or meteorological data are currently associated with these images. A selected gallery of Cloud Peak images collected from 2001 to 2014 can be accessed
A historical gallery of 35mm images collected by the Forest Service prior to 2001 can be accessed under the Historical Gallery dropdown here
Mount Washington, NH
The Mount Washington camera system was installed in July 2000, by the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM) Regional Planning Organization. Images are primarily posted on NESCAUM’s CAMNET Web site: http://www.hazecam.net/mtwash.html
The US Forest Service began sponsoring this site with NESCAUM in August 2009. The camera is located in Conway, New Hampshire and views Mount Washington ~35 kilometers to the Northwest. This view also encompasses portions of the Great Gulf and Presidential Range-Dry River Wildernesses. An ozone monitor and particulate sampler are located at the site; however, associated climate data are collected from a meteorological station located east of the camera site in Center Conway.
The Shamrock NOx and ozone air quality monitoring station was installed east of Bayfield, Colorado
in February 2004. The station monitors air quality conditions for the Weminuche Wilderness and Four-Corners Region.
Monitoring instrumentation at the site includes an NOx analyzer (Nitric Oxide–NO,
Nitrogen Dioxide–NO2, Oxides of Nitrogen- NOx), Ozone (O3) analyzer,
and wind speed, wind direction, air temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, and precipitation
(meteorological) sensors. Hourly data are collected, summarized, and posted daily in the Real-Time Images
section of this Web site. A digital camera system was installed southwest of the monitoring station in
November 2005; images were collected until July 2009. Images of this camera view to the Southwest
were archived and posted to the Image Library database.