Here is a Google + GIS map for the Pawnee fire. If I should post this kind of info in ‘discussions’ instead of here, please let me know.
When the map opens it shows:
KMZ file produced by the analyst that reviewed last night’s infrared data. The data in that file shows the perimeter and areas of intense, scattered and isolated heat. The analyst determined 12,781 acres have been burned.
Hotspots detected by VIIRS in last 24 hours. Orange squares.
Hotspots detected by MODIS in last 24 hours. Red triangle.
For the legend please click “Map tips”. That link is in the upper left corner.
The map can also display various other GIS overlay layers along with any attribute data on the GIS server.
If you have questions about the map please post in the ‘discussion’ subforum. Many questions are answered in the “Map tips”.