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Toolkit Documents

Flood After Fire California Toolkit (pdf, 3.5 MB)

Appendices

Case Studies

  1. Inundation, flow dynamics, and damage in the 9 January 2018 Montecito debris-flow event, California, USA: Opportunities and challenges for post-wildfire risk assessment (pdf, 3.9 MB)
  2. Case Study: Impacts of the Mendocino Complex Wildfire on Clear Lake demonstrate the Importance of post-fire water quality monitoring for drinking water sources (For more information about this case study, please contact IWR.SilverJackets@usace.army.mil)
  3. 2011 Las Conchas Post Fire Hydrological Modeling Results for Bland Canyon (pdf, 493 KB)
  4. 2011 Las Conchas FIre Post Fire Hydrological Modeling Results for Cochiti Canyon (pdf, 611 KB)
  5. 2011 Las Conchas Fire Post Fire Hydrological Modeling Results for Frijoles Canyon (pdf, 1.1 MB)
  6. 2011 Las Conchas Fire Post Fire Hydrological Modeling Results for Peralta Canyon (pdf, 925 KB)
  7. Appendix F: Case Study 6 Fire Creek, Washington (pdf, 6.3 MB)
  8. Holy Fire Watershed Emergency Response Team (For more information about this case study, please contact IWR.SilverJackets@usace.army.mil)
  9. Thomas Fire Watershed Emergency Response Team
  10. Valley Fire Post Fire Watershed Emergecny Response Team Report (For more information about this case study, please contact IWR.SilverJackets@usace.army.mil)
  11. The Oak Creek Post Fire Debris and Hyperconcentrated Flows of July 12, 2008 Inyo County, California: A Geologic Investigation (pdf, 9.48 MB)
  12. FEMA Wildfires 2017 – Watershed Clearinghouse USACE Hydrology and Hydraulics Analysis of Atlas and Nuns Fire (pdf, 561 KB)
  13. FEMA Wildfires 2017 – Watershed Clearinghouse USACE Support Hydrology and Hydraulics (H&H) Russian River Watershed (1 MB)

Flood After Fire California Toolkit Cover

 

State of California Map

California fire threat map. Colors represent wildfire risk. Red – extreme; orange – very high; yellow – high; green – moderate; blue – low; white – unmapped areas.

 

US Map showing areas of increased fire risk

Increase in Fire Risk by Mid-Century (NOAA, 2015)