Hi everyone. Does anyone know were to get post fire maps that indicate the areas burned and how bad? I've found these kinds of maps for some fires such as; Mount Wrightson, Brins Mesa and Rodeo Chedeski. I would imagine they've made them after other fires such as the Cave Creek, Mazatzal and Sierra Anchas (Coon Creek) fires. With all the fires that we've had over the past 10+ years it's getting harder and harder for me to find unburned country that I haven't hiked yet
. Any info would be appreciated.
These maps are done by the incident management team. I don't know that they are pulled together anywhere as a set. You mostly just have to look for the IMT page on that fire and hope that it is still posted somewhere.
I googled ["Cave Creek Complex" fire progression]. Here is a cool macromedia map for the Cave Creek Complex Fire, but it is only so-so at really showing the topo of the fire.
http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/tonto/fire/cave ... ml#summary
The Arizona State Cartography Office has a map for 2000-2003. It's not topo. You can zoom in and get a b&w relief map of each fire. I think they are charged with mapping these fires, but probably don't have enough budget to do it. I zoomed in and got a good idea of the Coon Creek perimeter.
This website has compiled info on the larger fires from the Incident Management Team reports, but most of the links are broken or are now the current Incident Management Team fire.
For 2006 you can get the YTD list but it doesn't have any maps