Post-fire debris flows of 9 January 2018, Thomas Fire, southern California: initiation areas, precipitation and impacts

Stefani G. Lukashov, Jeremy T. Lancaster, Nina S. Oakley & Brian J. Swanson
The post-fire debris flows of 9 January 2018 killed 23 people, destroyed over 130 homes, and caused severe damage to infrastructure in Montecito and Carpinteria, California. Highway 101 was closed for 13 days, significantly impacting transportation and commerce in the region. Collectively, debris flows from this event are comparable in magnitude to the largest documented post-fire debris flows in the state, inundating over 4 km2 of land, and costing the Santa Barbara region over half...
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