@idefix37 thanks for the info, it's really helpful.
The altitude of the chemical plumes detected by satellite depends on the pollutants type but probably more than 1 km.
The pollutant I'm specifically interested in is sulfur dioxide (SO2). And I'd like to be able to get a maximally accurate estimate (with error bounds if possible) for altitude ranges that the stated densities are valid for.
This is the SO2 forecasts from Copernicus: https://atmosphere.copernicus.eu/charts/cams/sulphur-dioxide-forecasts
And this is from NASA: https://so2.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Judging by the recency of data and spatial resolution, I presume windy.com uses data from Copernicus for emitted SO2. If that's indeed the case, do you know I might access the raw SO2 data from either Copernicus or Windy?