11 Jan '18, 6pm

Deadly Debris Flows in Montecito

acquired natural-color imagery of Montecito before and after the fire and debris flows. The first image shows the town on January 10, 2018, after mud and debris tore through the town. The second image was captured on November 23, 2017, before the fire. Charred, debris-covered areas appear brown; unburned vegetation is green. Trails of mud and debris are visible along streams well south of the burn scar. Turn on the image-comparison tool to see the differences.

Full article: https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php...

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