The data being collected is quite remarkable. One can see not only layering of the pollutants, but also waves. Most of these are probably internal gravity waves, which are the atmospheric equivalent of the waves that you might see on the ocean. They are the very short waves apparent in the top image below.
|Source: John Horel (click to enlarge)|
If you wish to geek out, you can monitor the weather and air quality action in the Uintah Basin here.