Gridded estimates of postfire debris flow frequency and magnitude for southern California
This data release contains gridded estimates of postfire debris flow probability and magnitude for six different rainfall and wildfire scenarios in southern California. The scenarios represent the present and possible future precipitation and fire regimes for the region. The results are provided for 1 km2 cells across the study area. The data release accompanies the journal article Kean, J.W. and Staley, D.M. (2021). Forecasting the frequency and magnitude of postfire debris flow across southern California, Earth's Future, 2020EF001735.
|Gridded estimates of postfire debris flow frequency and magnitude for southern California
|Dennis M Staley
|USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog
|Landslide Hazards Programs