This is a marvellous addition, great job!
However, or shall I say as usual (?) this should be taken with a grain of salt. Just like Tom wrote "The rate of release of thermal radiation by a fire is believed to be related to the rate at which fuel is being consumed and smoke produced" , i. e. not always. Industrial complexes with hot gases emissions and fumes, may trigger thermal radiations large enough to be mistaken for a wild fire: take a look at the following screen snapshot as I can swear that there is no active wild fire over Madrid, Spain, or Marseille, France (where oil refineries are located) at this time, but indeed industrial complexes most probably spitting hot gases to the atmosphere.
Anyway with this warning in mind, I consider this is as a -great- addition. Hats down.