2017 wildland fires - Debris flow and landslide risk map

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Joseph Elfelt
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2017 wildland fires - Debris flow and landslide risk map

Post by Joseph Elfelt » December 31st, 2017, 10:10 am

The USGS has a GIS server with various layers showing the risk of debris flows and landslides after the 2017 wildland fires. This map opens at the fire in the Columbia Gorge but you can drag it to other fires.

To see the map legend please click "Map tips" in the upper left corner and then the "Legend" button.

Last edited by Joseph Elfelt on January 1st, 2018, 8:53 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: 2017 wildland fires - Debris flow and landslide risk map

Post by Webfoot » January 1st, 2018, 8:35 am

Parameter t (map type) must be t=m or t=s or t=h or t=naip or t=usgs or t=t1 or t=t2 or t=t3 or t=t4 or t=t5 or t=t6 or t=t7 or t=t8 or t=osm or t=awb or a name associated with a rest or wms parameter
The default is t=t1.
Message #30.


Please correct the problem and then try again

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