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During the spring and early summer of 2012, approximately 1,200 square kilometers of Gila National Forest in southwestern New Mexico, including the upper portions of the Whitewater Creek watershed, were burned by the Whitewater-Baldy Complex Fire. The following September 12-17, 2013, a near-record, one-week long storm event produced widespread, historic rainfall amounts throughout the southwest U.S. in four distinct pulses. Data published here include GIS shapefiles of documented erosional features associated with the September 2013 storms and associated rainfall data. Data files are numbered 1-9. Shapefiles provided in this data release include: 1) polygon of the study area; 2) point locations of 688 debris-flow...


    map background search result map search result map Geologic Map of the Tularosa Mountains 30� � 60� Quadrangle, Catron County, New Mexico Post-wildfire debris flow and rainfall data, Whitewater-Baldy complex fire, southwestern New Mexico Post-wildfire debris flow and rainfall data, Whitewater-Baldy complex fire, southwestern New Mexico Geologic Map of the Tularosa Mountains 30� � 60� Quadrangle, Catron County, New Mexico