DESCRIPTIVE TEXT NARRATIVE FOR SMOKE/DUST OBSERVED IN SATELLITE IMAGERY
THROUGH 1530Z June 02, 2006.
Alaska: Thin smoke from Siberian fires continues to be seen in early morning visible imagery covering the Northwest coastal area of the NW Territories, N Yukon Territory north of the Peel River into Alaska. Currently the thin smoke can be seen between the Brooks Range and Alaska Range with the most dense area NW of Denali National Park. The thin smoke continues SW to cover points points between the Yukon River Delta and the Aleutlian Range on the Alaskan Penisula. The smoke in the Bering Sea is difficult to distinguish between cirrus and cloud cover. Gallina