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The present study investigates effects of wildfire emissions on air quality in Europe during an intense fire season that occurred in summer 2003. A meso-scale chemistry transport model CHIMERE is used, together with ground based and satellite aerosol optical measurements, to assess the dispersion of fire emissions and to quantify the 5 25 within a 200 km area around the fire source locations and reached up to 40 µg/m 3 . Second, indirectly, the presence of elevated smoke layers over Europedoi:10.5194/acpd-7-4705-2007 fatcat:wxgkw4ff4zeudkd26scnheb7je