1 Preparedness Level 5 Alaska Interagency Coordination Center Situation Report Friday - 07/10/2015 Fire acreage totals remain aproximately one week ahead of Wildland Fires New Out Active Npr YTD Fires YTD Acres Alaska Fire Service (AFS) ,851,691.2 GAD (Galena Zone) ,217,365.3 MID (Military) ,118.2 TAD (Tanana Zone) ,425,848.5 UYD (Upper Yukon Zone) ,359.2 State of Alaska (DOF) ,913.8 CRS (Copper River) DAS (Delta) ,351.5 FAS (Fairbanks) ,518.8 HNS (Haines) KKS (Kenai) ,887.8 MSS (AnchorageMatSu Area) ,262.4 SWS (Southwest) ,482.5 TAS (Tok) ,497.6 Forest Service (USFS) CGF (Chugach) TNF (Tongass) Statewide Totals ,813,380.1 Active Wildfires: Protection Summary: CRI FUL MOD LIM NoEntry TOTAL AFS Protection: DOF Protection: USFS Protection: Protection Totals: Page 1
2 Status Summary Staffed Unstaffed Contained (S/C) Uncontained (S/U) Contained (U/C) Uncontained (U/U) AFS Protection: DOF Protection: USFS Protection: Status Totals: Fuels Management Fires YTD Fires YTD Acres New Active Out Yesterday Military Other - Private U.S. Forest Service 6 4, Fuels Management Totals: 8 4, Acreage Summary: 3 New Fires 32 Staffed Fires 268 Monitor Fires 352 Out Fires Acres: 0.5 Acres: 903,577.9 Acres: 2,610,017.7 Acres: 299, ,167.4 Acreage Change 533,499.3 Acreage Change Total Fires: Cause Summary 655 Total Acres: 3,813, Human Caused: 286 Acres: 30,123.2 Lightning Caused: 363 Acres: 3,783,256.6 Page 2
3 3 New Count: 3 Acres: 0.5 Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage On 07/09 Lat: 61:27:26.8 Status: S/C Acres: 0.3 Option: MODIFIED :07:39.2 Personnel: 6 7/9/15 Area: CRS 005S 002E 6 C # 724 Unit: AKAND-Anchorage District Office Name: Powerline 380 Cause: Human MATCOM paged out a fire 1/4 mile off the road at Mile 65 of the Richardson Hwy. Forestry engines and H-359EV responded to find a Rank 2 fire burning in brush. 9EV completed bucket ops; the IA squad arrived, deployed a hoselay and began mopup. Demobilization is scheduled for 7/10. Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage On 07/09 Lat: 59:40:05.0 Status: Out Acres: 0.1 Option: Critical :26:00.0 7/9/15 Area: KKS 006S 013W 11 S 7/9/15 # 723 Owner: Private Unit: AKPRI-Private Name: Millers Landing Cause: Human An engine from the Forestry office in Homer responded to a report of an abandoned campfire in the area of Miller`s Landing. Homer Fire Department`s Brush 1 also responded. Upon arrival, personnel found a smoldering driftwood 5` x 5` campfire. Fire was suppressed and declared out. Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage On 07/09 JXG4 Lat: 64:32:00.6 Status: U/U Acres: 0.1 Option: LIMITED 147:20:28.8 7/9/15 Area: MID 004S 002E 27 F # 722 Owner: DOD Unit: AKFWQ-Fort Wainwright Name: McDonald Creek 2 May be a false alarm.
4 4 Staffed Count: 32 Acres: 903,577.9 Acreage Change: 243,167.4 JTE8 Lat: 64:12:13.2 Status: S/U Acres: 0.0 Option: Full :24:04.2 Personnel: 166 6/20/15 Area: FAS PNJTE8 007S 009W 30 F # 899 Name: Rex Complex The Rex Complex includes fires 408 (Kobe), 414 (Fish Creek), and 524 (June Creek). See those fires for information. JW24 Lat: 63:20:08.9 Status: S/C Acres: 0.3 Option: MODIFIED :53:43.7 Personnel: 2 7/6/15 Area: SWS PNJW24 025S 026E 10 K # 715 Name: Wolverine The fire was exhibiting minimal fire activity, and personnel continued to work hot spots that were observed. Tentative demobilization is set for today, 7/10. JW1V Lat: 65:05:18.6 Status: S/U Acres: 2,969.4 Option: MODIFIED :00:10.8 Personnel: 20 7/6/15 Area: TAD 003N 007W 17 F # 712 Unit: AKVLN-Seth-de-ya-ah Corporation Name: Cod Lake 3 Fire behavior was moderate with single tree torching, creeping, and smoldering reported. The fire is active around the entire perimeter. The Minto Crew arrived on 7/9. Assigned Crews: Assigned: Minto Type 2 7/8 Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage Change Since 07/08 JW1W Lat: 60:47:25.2 Status: S/U Acres: Option: FULL :26:37.2 Personnel: 20 7/6/15 Area: SWS PNJW1W 008N 069W 17 S # 711 Unit: AKVLN-Kwethluk, Incorporated Name: Kwethluk Airport Cause: Human Fire personnel continued to work the perimeter, cooling the edge 100 feet in. Tentative demobilization is set for today, 7/10. JU0H Lat: 63:50:00.0 Status: S/U Acres: 2,742.4 Option: FULL 152:23:00.0 Personnel: 19 6/27/15 Area: TAD PDJU0H 012S 025W 35 F # 669 Unit: AKAKS-Alaska Mental Health Trust Name: Deep Creek Structure protection continues. A wind shift would increase potenial for fire growth. Ordered supplies arrived on 7/9. Whiskey Town Fire module is on scene.
5 5 Staffed Count: 32 Acres: 903,577.9 Acreage Change: 243,167.4 JT7T Lat: 65:08:21.1 Status: S/C Acres: Option: FULL :14:27.0 Personnel: 22 6/24/15 Area: FAS 004N 007E 25 F # 613 Name: West Fork Pioneer Peak IHC will continue mopping up interior heat through Saturday. Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage Change Since 07/08 JT4K Lat: 61:19:07.2 Status: S/U Acres: 12,465.0 Option: LIMITED :51:16.8 Personnel: 38 6/23/15 Area: SWS 014N 059W 9 S # 596 Unit: AKYDR-Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge Name: Ophir Creek Ground personnel continued to establish an anchor point and line around the South side of Ophir, to prevent spread towards the town and structures in the vicinity. The fire was flown by detection aircraft 1010F who reported that there was no visible smoke and no heat on the fire. Daily Report From: 07/09 1,288.6 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JT4G Lat: 66:47:09.0 Status: S/U Acres: 5,556.4 Option: MODIFIED 143:31:30.2 Personnel: 28 6/23/15 Area: UYD PDJT4G 023N 019E 25 F # 592 Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited Name: Chahalie Lake Fire behavior was minimal with smoldering reported. Winds from the night of the 6th pushed the NW and SW corners of the fire to the NW for an additonal 1000 acres. The fire received 1/5 inches of rain on 7/8, so minimal spread is expected. Some overhead swapping occurred today. 9 additional jumpers were put on the fire. The fire was reconned today and only a couple smokes were showing on the interior. Resources are working to secures the southern flank. The Fort Yukon Crew is working the east side while smokejumpers are gridding the west side. Assigned Crews: Assigned: Fort Yukon #1 T2 7/1 JT3Q Lat: 64:39:00.0 Status: S/U Acres: 28,695.2 Option: MODIFIED :46:00.0 Personnel: 47 6/23/15 Area: TAD PDJT3Q 003S 021W 16 F # 580 Name: Lloyd Moderate fire activity reported with isolated torching and backing reported. The fire is active on all sides. Resources continued burnout operations as well as structure protection. Mop-up has also begun. The Abajo Wildfire Module is on scene. Assigned Crews: North Star Type 2 7/8 Assigned:
6 6 Staffed Count: 32 Acres: 903,577.9 Acreage Change: 243,167.4 Daily Report From: 07/09-2,416.0 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JT1F Lat: 61:38:23.4 Status: S/U Acres: 2,180.0 Option: FULL :16:06.0 Personnel: 22 6/22/15 Area: SWS PNJT1F 018N 055W 21 S # 546 Unit: AKVLN-The Kuskokwim Corporation Name: Mission Creek Personnel continued to work around strucutures in the community of Chuathbaluk. Decrease in acreage due to more accurate mapping. Daily Report From: 07/09 217,361.8 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JT00 Lat: 64:44:03.6 Status: S/U Acres: 285,780.8 Option: LIMITED 155:00:32.4 Personnel: 1 6/22/15 Area: GAD PDJT00 009S 019E 02 K # 533 Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited Name: Big Creek Two Active backing ground fire with isolated group tree torching. Continued monitoring of the fire by smokejumpers and, if necessary, burnout around a remote cabin east of the fire. Change in acreage due to more accurate mapping. JTZ7 Lat: 64:20:31.2 Status: S/U Acres: 27,700.0 Option: LIMITED 158:01:36.0 Personnel: 3 6/22/15 Area: GAD 013S 004E 23 K # 520 Unit: AKINR-Innoko National Wildlife Refuge Name: Yukon Creek No report submitted at time of publication. JTZ6 Lat: 64:25:00.0 Status: S/U Acres: Option: LIMITED :10:00.0 Personnel: 2 6/22/15 Area: GAD 012S 013E 25 K # 518 Name: Yuki Personnel on the fire reported no change and will continue assessment of cabin and fuel administration. Daily Report From: 07/09 2,134.0 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JTZ2 Lat: 65:12:00.0 Status: S/U Acres: 26,141.0 Option: Modified :19:00.0 Personnel: 638 6/22/15 Area: FAS PNJTZ2 004N 004W 2 F # 515 Name: Aggie Creek Transfer of command took place at 0800 from GBA IMT#3 (Rosenthal) to SWA IMT#5 (Nieto), and ICP was moved. Critical resource needs are 4 Type 1/Type 2IA hand crews, 4 type 2 handcrews, and 2 Wildland Fire Use Modules. Fire personnel will continue to implement control strategies to the south and to protect immediate values and risks to the northeast.
7 7 Staffed Count: 32 Acres: 903,577.9 Acreage Change: 243,167.4 JTQ5 Lat: 64:34:51.0 Status: S/U Acres: 10,666.0 Option: LIMITED :20:13.3 Personnel: 5 6/21/15 Area: GAD PDJTQ5 010S 018E 31 K # 479 Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited Name: Bruno Creek Active backing ground fire and isolated group torching were observed in the interior. Firefighters are instructed to patrol Poormans Road and, if necessary, initiate structure protection. Additional structure assessment farther south on Poormans Road will continue. JTL5 Lat: 64:44:00.0 Status: S/U Acres: 36,080.4 Option: CRITICAL :08:00.0 Personnel: 87 6/21/15 Area: GAD PDJTL5 009S 004E 06 K # 458 Unit: AKVLN-Gana-a `Yoo, Limited Name: Nulato Fire behavior consisted of backing ground fire with active fire growth on the north and southwest flanks of the fire. Firefighters plan to utilize an excavator to repair suppression activities. Backhual of excess equipment and trash continues. Assigned Crews: Assigned: Nulato #1 T2 6/23 White Mountain T2IA 7/2 JTK9 Lat: 65:06:32.4 Status: S/U Acres: 14,127.9 Option: FULL :29:45.0 Personnel: 192 6/21/15 Area: TAD PDJTK9 003N 015W 01 F # 456 Name: Baker Abajo and HC3266 Wildfire Modules on scene. Fire continues backing with single tree and group torching. Some areas of fireline remain active through the daytime burning period % of the fire perimeter remains active during daytime hours. Smoldering and creeping fire behavior were observed during night time and early morning hours. Fire behavior will become more active as drying conditions continue. The fire is expected ot continue to back eastward towards structures and the Elliott Highway. The fire is approx. 1.5 miles west of the highway. There are planned burnout operations for the Eureka area if weather conditions allow for the next operational shift. Assigned Crews: Assigned: Chena IHC Type 1 6/26 Kaltag Type 2 7/2 Kings River Hotshots Type 1 7/9 Team Rubicon #2 Type 2IA 7/4 JTT1 Lat: 64:15:39.6 Status: S/U Acres: 30,082.1 Option: LIMITED :14:15.0 Personnel: 11 6/20/15 Area: MID PNJTT1 007S 003E 31 F # 440 Name: Blair Minimal fire behavior reported. Creeping and smoldering were observed. Limited growth is expected. The Unaweep wildfire module is on-scene. Assigned Crews: Assigned: OWF Naches Type 2 6/25
8 8 Staffed Count: 32 Acres: 903,577.9 Acreage Change: 243,167.4 JTE0 Lat: 64:40:33.6 Status: S/U Acres: 49.0 Option: FULL 155:39:58.8 Personnel: 31 6/20/15 Area: GAD PDJTE0 009S 016E 28 K # 423 Name: Ruby Slough A handcrew will return to the fire to check for smokes and/or hotspots. If equipment is no longer needed, the hose and pumps will be removed from the fire. Daily Report From: 07/09 Rex Complex 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JTU7 Lat: 64:21:51.0 Status: S/U Acres: 7,674.0 Option: FULL :00:24.6 6/20/15 Area: FAS PNJTU7 006S 007W 30 F # 414 Name: Fish Creek Continue to secure line and plan indirect line on north flank of Fish Creek. Daily Report From: 07/09 Rex Complex 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JTD2 Lat: 64:12:13.2 Status: S/U Acres: 8,642.0 Option: FULL :24:04.2 6/20/15 Area: FAS PNJTD2 007S 009W 30 F # 408 Name: Kobe Fire personnel will continue to patrol, mop up, secure isolated flare ups, and plan for rehab. JTD1 Lat: 64:37:56.1 Status: S/C Acres: Option: FULL :43:54.7 Personnel: 43 6/20/15 Area: FAS PNJTD1 003S 006W 22 F # 406 Unit: AKAKS-Alaska Forestry Name: Nenana Ridge Fire personnel will be moving fold-a-tanks and pumps to Drop Point 30 in preperation for demobilization. No new heat or smoke were found on the fire this afternoon. Planning to have the fire completely demobilized by end of shift today, 7/10. JT07 Lat: 63:11:11.4 Status: S/U Acres: 1,878.0 Option: FULL :57:31.8 Personnel: 244 6/20/15 Area: TAS PNJT07 016N 013E 9 C # 403 Unit: AKVLN-Tetlin Village Tribal Council Name: Tetlin Hills The fire received light precipitation, but activity increased when the cloud cover broke. Firefighters continue to implement direct line construction on south and west flanks.
9 9 Staffed Count: 32 Acres: 903,577.9 Acreage Change: 243,167.4 Daily Report From: 07/09 2,145.0 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JTB0 Lat: 62:57:30.1 Status: S/U Acres: 25,145.0 Option: CRITICAL :52:52.7 Personnel: 25 6/20/15 Area: TAS PNJTB0 014N 019E 30 C # 393 Owner: BIA Unit: AKAKA-Native Allotments Name: Long Lake Fire is burning adjacent to the town on Northway. Resources have been focused on the north end of the fire nearest to threatened residences. Indirect and direct line will be constructed in wetter areas while using natural fire breaks such as creeks and ponds. Point protection will be implemented to protect threatened structures. Daily Report From: 07/09 20,403.0 Acreage Change Since 07/05 JS8X Lat: 63:25:06.0 Status: S/U Acres: 112,434.0 Option: LIMITED :36:40.2 Personnel: 4 6/19/15 Area: GAD 024S 006E 12 K # 362 Unit: AKINR-Innoko National Wildlife Refuge Name: Blazo The fire was flown by zone surveillance 4MN. The fire was 40% active with smoldering, creeping and isolated torching. It was very smokey in the areas of active burning south of the Innoko and west of the Dishma rivers. The fire has not crossed to the east of the Dishma at its mouth. Renies Landing is not immediately threatened. Acres update due to latest mapping. JS8E Lat: 65:35:03.0 Status: S/U Acres: 8,683.8 Option: LIMITED :11:09.0 Personnel: 6 6/19/15 Area: TAD PDJS8E 009N 022W 29 F # 347 Unit: AKFBD-Fairbanks District Office Name: Banddana Creek Smokejumpers continue structure protection and clean up of burnout operations. JS7U Lat: 66:00:01.6 Status: S/U Acres: 48,465.9 Option: FULL :59:59.8 Personnel: 127 6/19/15 Area: TAD PDJS7U 007N 023E 15 K # 336 Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited Name: Rock Fire behavior was minimal with backing, smoldering, and creeping reported. Resources will continue to hold and improve lines around the village of Hughes and the cemetary. Fire is being managed and monitored as part of the "Hughes Fires". The Blacktooth, Southern Rockies, and Flaming Gorge Wildfire Modules are committed. Assigned Crews: Assigned: Midnight Sun Type 1 7/2
10 10 Staffed Count: 32 Acres: 903,577.9 Acreage Change: 243,167.4 JS7J Lat: 65:19:43.8 Status: S/U Acres: 111,627.3 Option: FULL :41:22.2 Personnel: 271 6/19/15 Area: TAD PDJS7J 006N 020W 21 F # 333 Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited Name: Spicer Creek The south and west corners of Spicer Fire were actively backing with short crown runs and continue to back and flank south towards Tanana Village. Hay Slough, Harper Bend, Blind River, and Bering fires showed low growth. Smoke cleared by early afternoon which allowed the team to get a critial GPS track on the south perimeter of the Spicer Creek, Harper Bend and Hay Slough fires. An indirect dozer line was completed from the Site Road going east towards Mission Creek Drainage. Water handling equipment was checked and improved for structures along the Upper Yukon and Tanana Rivers. Two new crews were transitioned into the Site and Mission Group Structure Protection organization. Water handling equipment was tested. The Blind River fire burned around another structure but fuel reductions around the structure pervented it from burning. The fire is slowly but steadily progressing south along the Site Road in the direction of Tanana and is about.1 miles from Management Action Point #1. For the next shift low to moderate growth is expected on all fires with the current weather forecast. The possibility of northeast winds is a concern for the Site Road structure protection and could also cause spotting across Bear Creek north of the airport. The Spicer Creek Fire is expected to continue backing along both sides of the Site Road with the predicted weather. Note: Staats` IMT managing 9 fires: The Blind River, Spicer, Tonzitna, Harper Bend, Hay Slough, Bering Creek, Moose Point, Jackson, and Kokrine fires. These are referred to as the Tanana Area Fires. Assigned Crews: Assigned: Flathead Interagency #1 T2IA 6/20 Great Northern T2IA 6/20 Helena IHC T1 6/23 MN#1 T2IA 6/24 MN#2 T2IA 6/24 Tatanka IHC T1 6/23 JS18 Lat: 63:57:44.4 Status: S/U Acres: 10,443.0 Option: FULL :51:00.6 Personnel: 51 6/16/15 Area: DAS PNJS18 011S 015E 17 F # 313 Unit: AKVLN-Mendas Cha-ag Native Corporation Name: Healy Lake Two squads continued to remove hazzard trees around the spot fires. Any discovered heat was extinguished. No significant gain in costs. Downsizing continues. JSW6 Lat: 60:30:37.0 Status: S/U Acres: 8,876.0 Option: FULL :38:08.9 Personnel: 7 6/15/15 Area: KKS PNJSW6 005N 008W 23 S # 292 Unit: AKCIN-Cook Inlet Region, Incorporated Name: Card Street Cause: Human Fire received light precipitation. Excavator completed the first stage of repair work and was demobilized on 7/9. The fire will transition to a Type 4 incident today, 7/10.
11 11 Staffed Count: 32 Acres: 903,577.9 Acreage Change: 243,167.4 JSM8 Lat: 61:50:41.5 Status: S/U Acres: 7,220.0 Option: Full :05:07.5 Personnel: 25 6/14/15 Area: MSS PNJSM8 020N 005W 12 S # 282 Owner: Private Unit: AKPRI-Private Name: Sockeye Cause: Human The Mat-Su crew continued to work interior smokes and berm rows including heat found by the Palm IR flight. Helicopter 702NP was utilized to do some bucket operations on a large hot spot found where the fire crossed Willow Creek. The crew and personnel will continue to check hot spots in the next operational period. Daily Report From: 07/09 2,219.0 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JRD0 Lat: 61:22:52.2 Status: S/U Acres: 65,410.0 Option: Full :23:03.0 Personnel: 24 5/31/15 Area: SWS PNJRD0 015N 062W 22 S # 229 Unit: AKYDR-Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge Name: Whitefish Lake 1 Payson IHC, plus two overhead personnel were mobilized onto the fire today. Plans consist of constructing direct line with the fire, and mopping-up around structures in the vicinity of the fire.
12 12 Last Report: 07/08 JW9R # 720 Lat: 65:24: :31: S 021E 11 K Name: Oxbow 20.0 Acreage On 07/08 Status: U/U Acres: 20.0 Option: LIMITED 7/8/15 Area: TAD JW99 Lat: 59:38:21.5 Status: U/C Acres: 0.1 Option: Critical :33:08.9 7/8/15 Area: KKS 006S 013W 19 S # 719 Unit: AKAMR-Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge Name: South Main Street Cause: Human Personnel checked the fire, and found no heat and no smokes. Fire remains in monitor status. Last Report: 07/ # 718 Lat: 61:28: :55: N 003E 21 S Name: Pioneer Peak 0.1 Acreage On 07/07 Status: U/U Acres: 0.1 Option: Full 7/7/15 Area: MSS Cause: Human JW3Q # 717 Lat: 64:28: :16: S 019W 14 F Name: Zitziana Acreage On 07/06 Status: U/U Acres: 42.2 Option: LIMITED 7/6/15 Area: TAD JW3N Lat: 63:38:23.0 Status: U/U Acres: Option: LIMITED 152:07:18.7 7/6/15 Area: TAD 015S 024W 01 F # 716 Owner: NPS Unit: AKDEP-Denali National Park and Preserve Name: Foraker Minimal fire behavior with backing and creeping was reported. Fire is in monitor status.
13 13 Lat: 63:03:40.0 Status: U/U Acres: 2,938.0 Option: Limited :02:00.0 6/30/15 Area: SWS 028S 031E 18 K # 714 Name: Dennis The fire was flown by detection aircraft 909AK. The fire showed minimal fire activity with a few smokes on the perimeter. The fire will continue to be monitored. JW # 710 Lat: 58:54: :24: S 049W 2 S Name: Copenhagen 2,000.0 Acreage On 07/06 Status: U/U Acres: 2,000.0 Option: MODIFIED 7/6/15 Area: SWS Unit: AKAND-Anchorage District Office Last Report: 07/08 JW0Y # 709 Lat: 64:49: :24: S 027E 04 K Name: Little Mud 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/06 Status: U/U Acres: 10.0 Option: LIMITED 7/6/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKNOR-Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge Last Report: 07/ # 708 Lat: 63:18: :01: N 023E 32 C Name: North Ladue 8.0 Acreage On 07/05 Status: U/U Acres: 8.0 Option: Limited 7/5/15 Area: TAS Cause: Human Last Report: 07/05 JWY7 # 707 Lat: 65:42: :14: N 022E 18 F Name: Little Black 3,417.4 Acreage On 07/05 Status: U/U Acres: 3,417.4 Option: LIMITED 7/5/15 Area: UYD Unit: AKFBD-Fairbanks District Office
14 14 Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage Change Since 07/05 JWX7 Lat: 64:19:17.4 Status: U/U Acres: Option: LIMITED 156:2.6 7/5/15 Area: GAD PDJWX7 013S 012E 35 K # 705 Name: Pump Fire Increased acreage reflects most recent mapping. JWR6 # 704 Lat: 67:05: :01: N 030E 12 F Name: Salmon Trout Acreage Change Since 07/05 Status: U/U Acres: Option: LIMITED 7/5/15 Area: UYD Unit: AKARR-Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Last Report: 07/08 JWE2 # 703 Lat: 63:37: :01: S 030E 35 K Name: Munsatli Acreage Change Since 07/07 Status: U/U Acres: 24,974.8 Option: LIMITED 7/4/15 Area: TAD Last Report: 07/08 JWE0 # 702 Lat: 63:53: :30: S 027E 36 K Name: Sethkokna Acreage Change Since 07/04 Status: U/U Acres: 2,394.6 Option: LIMITED 7/4/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKFBD-Fairbanks District Office Last Report: 07/ # 701 Lat: 62:46: :34: N 023W 22 S Name: Big Salmon 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/04 Status: U/U Acres: 30.0 Option: Limited 7/4/15 Area: SWS
15 15 Last Report: 07/08 JV9M # 700 Lat: 64:26: :15: S 019W 35 F Name: Zitziana 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/06 Status: U/U Acres: 40.0 Option: LIMITED 7/4/15 Area: TAD Last Report: 07/ # 699 Lat: 60:43: :33: N 042W 25 S Name: Nushagak River Acreage On 07/04 Status: U/U Acres: Option: Limited 7/4/15 Area: SWS Last Report: 07/07 P0JV5Z # 697 Lat: 58:32: :51: S 064E 28 C Owner: USFS Name: Sunset Bluff 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/05 Status: U/C Acres: 0.3 Option: FULL 7/3/15 Area: TNF Unit: AKTNF-Tongass National Forest Cause: Human Last Report: 07/08 JV2F # 691 Lat: 67:37: :29: N 009W 11 F Name: Mathews 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/02 Status: U/U Acres: Option: LIMITED 7/2/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited Last Report: 07/05 JV0J # 690 Lat: 67:02: :43: N 010W 34 F Name: Frisky Creek 2,052.0 Acreage Change Since 07/02 Status: U/U Acres: 3,033.5 Option: LIMITED 7/2/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKFBD-Fairbanks District Office Last Report: 07/07 JVX3 PDJVX3 # 689 Lat: 64:53: :06: S 019E 07 K Name: Shovel Creek 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/06 Status: U/C Acres: 8.7 Option: LIMITED 7/1/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited
16 16 Last Report: 07/05 JVW # 688 Lat: 61:05: :14: N 079W 35 S Name: Puk Palik Lake Junior 6.0 Acreage Change Since 07/01 Status: U/U Acres: 1,009.0 Option: Limited 6/29/15 Area: SWS Unit: AKYDR-Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage Change Since 06/29 JVU3 Lat: 64:26:17.0 Status: U/U Acres: 10,031.3 Option: LIMITED 152:58:30.0 6/29/15 Area: TAD 005S 027W 31 F # 687 Unit: AKNOR-Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge Name: Lawson New acreage reflects more accurate mapping. Fire in monitor status. Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage Change Since 07/01 JVU2 Lat: 64:11:10.0 Status: U/U Acres: 5,005.3 Option: LIMITED 153:06:01.0 6/29/15 Area: TAD 015S 029E 15 K # 686 Unit: AKFBD-Fairbanks District Office Name: Sischu New acreage reflects more accurate mapping.fire in monitor status. Last Report: 07/01 JVK PDJVK5 # 685 Lat: 65:19: :07: N 003W 27 F Name: Globe Creek 0.0 Acreage Change Since 06/30 Status: U/U Acres: 1.0 Option: LIMITED 6/30/15 Area: UYD Last Report: 07/01 JU # 680 Lat: 59:06: :07: S 063W 30 S Name: Ungalikthiuk 0.0 Acreage Change Since 06/30 Status: U/U Acres: 5.0 Option: Full 6/29/15 Area: SWS Unit: AKVLN-Twin Hills Native Corporation
17 17 Last Report: 06/30 JU91 # 679 Lat: 64:36: :25: S 002E 31 F Owner: DOD Name: Bear 1.0 Acreage On 06/30 Status: U/U Acres: 1.0 Option: LIMITED 6/29/15 Area: MID Unit: AKFWQ-Fort Wainwright Last Report: 06/29 JU7P # 678 Lat: 64:21: :10: S 003E 13 K Name: Fall Camp 5.0 Acreage On 06/29 Status: U/U Acres: 5.0 Option: LIMITED 6/29/15 Area: GAD Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited Last Report: 06/29 JU7N # 677 Lat: 64:21: :11: S 003E 13 K Name: Tsurotlurna 10.0 Acreage On 06/29 Status: U/U Acres: 10.0 Option: LIMITED 6/29/15 Area: GAD Unit: AKDYN-Doyon, Limited # 672 Lat: 62:03: :34: N 029W 27 S Owner: Private Name: North Fork Big River 0.0 Acreage Change Since 06/28 Status: U/U Acres: 11.0 Option: Limited 6/28/15 Area: SWS Unit: AKPRI-Private Last Report: 07/ # 670 Lat: 63:15: :10: S 019E 2 K Name: Washington Creek Acreage Change Since 07/02 Status: U/U Acres: Option: Limited 6/27/15 Area: SWS
18 18 Daily Report From: 07/09 2,484.2 Acreage Change Since 07/08 JUU0 Lat: 63:40:48.0 Status: U/U Acres: 9,784.2 Option: LIMITED 157:52:58.8 6/26/15 Area: GAD 021S 005E 10 K # 668 Unit: AKINR-Innoko National Wildlife Refuge Name: Wapoo The fire was flown by zone surveillance 4MN. The fire was 10% active, creeping, isolated torching. There waws moderate activity along the west and especially the northwest perimeter. It was raining in the general direction of the Fish and Wildlife Service field camp. Change in acreage due to more accurate mapping. Daily Report From: 07/09 1,647.6 Acreage Change Since 06/26 JUT6 Lat: 63:58:39.0 Status: U/U Acres: 3,147.6 Option: LIMITED :55:54.6 6/26/15 Area: GAD 017S 015E 33 K # 667 Name: Poorman Creek Change in acreage due to more accurate mapping. Last Report: 07/08 JUQ # 664 Lat: 63:36: :53: S 028W 24 F Name: Lonestar -2.6 Acreage Change Since 07/07 Status: U/U Acres: 6,256.4 Option: LIMITED 6/26/15 Area: TAD Last Report: 07/ # 663 Lat: 63:34: :46: S 026E 24 K Name: Rungun Creek 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/06 Status: U/U Acres: 5,442.9 Option: MODIFIED 6/26/15 Area: SWS Last Report: 07/ # 661 Lat: 63:07: :41: S 011E 25 K Name: Beaver Creek 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/05 Status: U/U Acres: 1,577.0 Option: Modified 6/26/15 Area: SWS
19 19 Lat: 62:50:28.8 Status: U/U Acres: 29,002.0 Option: Limited :25:12.0 6/26/15 Area: SWS 032N 022W 28 S # 660 Name: Deepbank Creek The fire was flown by detection aircraft 909AK. The fire was 20% active, smoldering with the activity mostly on the north and west ends of the fire. No resources threatened. The fire will continue to be monitored. Last Report: 07/08 JUB8 # 658 Lat: 63:54: :57: S 025E 27 K Name: Browns 0.0 Acreage Change Since 06/29 Status: U/U Acres: 17,133.8 Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKFBD-Fairbanks District Office Last Report: 06/28 JUB7 # 657 Lat: 63:50: :31: S 022E 23 K Name: Bridge 1,475.7 Acreage Change Since 06/25 Status: U/U Acres: 1,475.8 Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKFBD-Fairbanks District Office Last Report: 06/28 JUB # 656 Lat: 63:42: :38: S 027E 32 K Name: Eden Creek 9,253.7 Acreage Change Since 06/25 Status: U/U Acres: 9,253.8 Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: TAD Last Report: 07/08 JUB4 # 654 Lat: 63:52: :58: S 017W 18 F Owner: NPS Name: Moose Creek Acreage Change Since 07/07 Status: U/U Acres: 1,433.7 Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKDEP-Denali National Park and Preserve
20 20 Last Report: 07/07 JUB3 # 653 Lat: 64:19: :07: S 029E 28 K Name: Titna 0.0 Acreage Change Since 06/28 Status: U/U Acres: 18,694.6 Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKFBD-Fairbanks District Office Last Report: 07/08 JUB2 # 652 Lat: 63:45: :26: S 020W 28 F Owner: NPS Name: Chilchukabena -1,218.1 Acreage Change Since 06/29 Status: U/U Acres: Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKDEP-Denali National Park and Preserve Last Report: 06/29 JUA9 # 650 Lat: 63:23: :06: S 024W 35 F Owner: NPS Name: Castle Rock Acreage Change Since 06/28 Status: U/U Acres: Option: LIMITED 6/24/15 Area: TAD Unit: AKDEP-Denali National Park and Preserve Last Report: 07/08 JUA # 649 Lat: 64:26: :14: S 018E 22 K Name: Tip Creek 0.0 Acreage Change Since 06/28 Status: U/U Acres: 3,251.2 Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: TAD Daily Report From: 07/ Acreage Change Since 06/28 JUA7 Lat: 65:06:00.0 Status: U/U Acres: 20,135.3 Option: LIMITED :02:00.0 6/25/15 Area: TAD 004S 019E 31 K # 648 Name: Black Sand New acreage reflects more accurate mapping. Fire is in monitor status. Last Report: 07/08 JUA # 647 Lat: 65:17: :48: S 020E 29 K Name: Melogitna 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/01 Status: U/U Acres: 8,708.3 Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: GAD
21 21 Last Report: 06/25 JT PDJT99 # 646 Lat: 65:16: :50: S 020E 31 K Name: Melozi Acreage On 06/25 Status: U/U Acres: Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: GAD Last Report: 06/28 JT97 # 645 Lat: 64:02: :22: S 007E 22 F Owner: DOD Name: Sullivan 0.0 Acreage Change Since 06/25 Status: U/U Acres: 0.1 Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: MID Unit: AKFWQ-Fort Wainwright Last Report: 06/ # 644 Lat: 60:56: :23: N 051W 30 S Name: Chikululnuk Acreage Change Since 06/25 Status: U/U Acres: Option: LIMITED 6/25/15 Area: SWS JT PNJT93 # Acreage Change Since 06/25 Lat: 60:12:20.3 Status: U/U Acres: 0.3 Option: Limited 150:43:53.9 6/25/15 Area: KKS 001N 008W 6 S Unit: AKKNR-Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Name: Tustumena North Interior Cause: Human Last Report: 07/05 JT # 642 Lat: 61:16: :45: N 081W 35 S Name: Aropuk Lake 0.0 Acreage Change Since 07/02 Status: U/U Acres: Option: Limited 6/25/15 Area: SWS Unit: AKYDR-Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge Last Report: 06/25 P0JT9U # 640 Lat: 58:24: :32: S 066E 08 C Owner: USFS Name: Waterfall 0.1 Acreage On 06/25 Status: U/U Acres: 0.1 Option: FULL 6/25/15 Area: TNF Unit: AKTNF-Tongass National Forest Cause: Human
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