The Progression Map shows the areas affected by the incident over time. A copy of the map is required to be included in the incident documentation package.
Planning Section, Incident Commander, host agencies, public
- Can be scalable from letter (8 ½” x 11”) to “E” (34” x 44”) size.
- If more than five time periods are shown, standardized color ramps are effective in showing trends rather than discrete values.
- Distribution through the web should be considered.
All map products produced should include the STANDL-SGD cartographic elements.
- Point of origin.
- Base map that does not distract from fire polygons (shaded relief or topography).
- Key geographic features (e.g., mountains, hydrography, valleys, peaks, and major roads).
- Perimeter for each time period (differing by color).
- Other Situation Unit Leader (SITL)-requested data.
These are examples from actual incidents and may include non-standard SITL requests for base data, labels, etc.