Cub Creek 2 Burned Area Report
The Washington Department of Natural Resources Wildfire Associated Landslide Emergency Response Team (WALERT) presentation about geologic hazards due to the Cedar Creek and Cub Creek 2 Fires. See inside presentation for additional links to resources.
WALERT Geologic Hazards Presentation
Cub Creek 2 Fire Soil Burn Severity Map
- JPG and PDF format
- A KMZ file is also available to view the map in greater detail in Google Earth (and many other mapping programs). Download the KMZ zip file, then double-click it to extract the KMZ file and save to your computer. Open the Google Earth program. [ If you don’t already have Google Earth, you can download and install it for free HERE. ] Drag the KMZ file onto the Google Earth program icon or main screen (or in Google Earth, click File, Import and select the KMZ file). After the KMZ file loads, you can zoom way in for more detail, change the angle of view, show or hide each burn severity level, and adjust transparency of levels. Click image below for an example screenshot from Google Earth, showing just high severity level.
More Information on Burn Severity Levels
Field Guide for Mapping Post-Fire Soil Burn Severity
Cub Creek 2 Debris Flow Hazard
Cub Creek 2 Runoff Potential – Pre and Post Fire
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