Posted: 25th June 2012 by Mark Newby in Wildfire
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This latest map shows the infrared image data acquired by the National Infrared Operations team 06/24/2012 at 2213 hours. The proximity of this fire to a major city area is of great concern to the community and fire officials. The Denver Post reports that Colorado has so many wildfires that it is consuming half of all US firefighting resources. We will try to keep on top of these developments and bring you maps to visualize what you cannot see from the ground – the Unseen Information that is derived from modern remote sensing and mapping technology.
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A Google Earth file is not yet available from the Fire Incident Command. Please use this link to download a KMZ file of the 6/24/2012 fire perimeter created by Black Ice. Thanks to our readers for commenting and asking that this be created. Waldo Canyon Google Earth file – 6/24/2012