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Particulate Matter Fugitive Dust Emissions

  • Ground-disturbing activities will be suspended when sustained winds exceed 25 mph, instantaneous gusts exceed 35 mph, or dust from construction might obscure driver visibility on public roads.




  • Disturbed areas of the site will be watered as necessary depending on the conditions, using water trucks and/or sprinkler systems, to prevent airborne dust from leaving the site.

  • If available, reclaimed (non-potable) water will be used.




  • All dirt stockpiles would be covered (tarped) or watered daily, as necessary to prevent dispersion of windblown dust




  • All trucks hauling dirt, sand, soil, or other loose materials would be covered or would maintain at least two feet of freeboard (minimum vertical distance between top of load and top of trailer), in accordance with California Vehicle Code Section 23114.




  • All disturbed areas in inactive portions of the site would be covered, seeded, and/or watered until a suitable cover is established or construction activities are resumed. Nontoxic soil stabilizers could be used in accordance with county, Regional Water Quality Project Requirements Project Requirement Description Control Board (RWQCB), (CRWQCB) and California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards.




  • Permanent dust control measures would be implemented as soon as possible following completion of any soil disturbing activities.




  • Project requirements would also be implemented during holidays, weekend periods, or times when work is temporarily suspended, as necessary to control site conditions generating fugitive dust. Contact information for the project manager as well as the Mendocino County Air Quality District would be made available to the public to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.


Hazards and Hazardous Materials

Mitigation Measures Hazmat


Avoidance and Mitigation Measures – Conditions

Timing related to construction

Responsible for Mitigation Implementation

Responsible for insuring Implementation

Circumstance of Completion

Hazmat 1 Spill Prevention

Equipment leak inspection immediately prior to the start of the project, and regularly inspected thereafter until equipment is removed from park premises.

Pre-construction & Concurrent

Contractors and Workers

Project Lead




No maintenance or fueling activities will be allowed within 200 feet (61 meters) of a stream or the ocean.

Concurrent

Contractors and Workers

Project Lead & State Park Staff




A Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC Plan) with a map delineating staging, storage and fueling/ maintenance areas and a complete spill kit will be on-site. In the event of a spill or chemical release related to the project, the contractor or equipment operator will immediately notify the on-site project inspector or on-site project lead immediately. The Mendocino District Hazardous Materials Officer (MHMO) will be notified for direction.

Pre-construction & Concurrent

Contractors, Workers, Project inspectors, On-site Project Lead

Project Supervisor & Mendocino Hazardous Materials Officer

Consultation with MHMO on SPCC Plan and Hazmat Procedures with On-site park staff. Reports of problems to MHMO and Project Supervisor

Equipment cleaning and repairing (other than emergency repairs) will occur outside preserve boundaries in designated areas. All contaminated water, soil, sludge, spill residue, or other hazardous compounds would be disposed of at designated authorized sites.

Pre/ Post Construction & Concurrent

Contractors and Workers, On-site Project Lead

Project Supervisor, MHMO and State Parks Staff




Consultation with AFWS and the CDFG (in conjunction with 1601 permit procedures) would be required. AFWS and CDFG recommendations and requirements would be incorporated into the design and specifications, and implemented as part of the project scope, as necessary to avoid or mitigate potential natural resource impacts.

Pre-construction

State Parks Staff

Project Supervisor




Hazmat-2 Fire Management

A fire safety plan including identified fire suppression equipment and completion of any required employee training.

Pre-construction

Project Supervisor

Project Supervisor

Review Fire Safety Plan and Training Certificates

Spark arrestors or turbo-charging and fire extinguishers required for all heavy equipment.

Pre-construction & Concurrent

On-site Project Lead

Project Supervisor

Inspection and review of vehicle specifications

Vehicle parking away from flammable organic or synthetic material. Designated staging area located on asphalt or bare sand for off duty heavy equipment

Pre-construction & Concurrent

Project inspectors, On-site Project Lead

Project Supervisor

Parking in designated areas only

Flammable material Hazardous Materials Abatement Plan and Specifications in conjunction with the HS plan indicated in HAZMAT-1 above.

Pre-construction & Concurrent

Contractors, Workers, Project inspectors, On-site Project Lead

Project Supervisor & Mendocino Hazardous Materials Officer

Consultation with MHMO on HazMat Abatement Plan and Hazmat Procedures with On-site park staff. Reports of problems to MHMO and Project Supervisor

On site State Parks radio contact with Mendocino County Fire Department dispatch center. Fire suppression equipment would also be available within the park.

Pre-construction & Concurrent

On-site Project Lead, MacKerricher State Park Ranger

Project Supervisor & North Sector Superintendent

Daily radio contact confirmation during project activities


Hydrology and Water Quality

Mitigation Measures Hydro-1



Mitigation Measure Hydro 1

  • California State Parks will adopt all measures necessary to comply with applicable existing laws and regulations governing water quality. State Parks will comply with applicable recommendations from the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board and the California Department of Fish and Game for the implementation of measures to reduce erosion and sedimentation to acceptable levels, and to develop water-quality monitoring standards for the purposes of assessing the results of this project. To this end, State Parks will, as necessary, develop a monitoring program that includes the measures of pertinent parameters for water quality both prior to and following the completion of the project.




  • State Parks will adopt best management practices and use materials, methods, and techniques to implement erosion and sedimentation control and to otherwise stabilize slopes and barren soil surfaces.




  • Integration of Mitigation Measure Hazmat 1 will reduce impacts to water quality from possible pollutants (fuels and other vehicle fluids) released from vehicles and heavy equipment during the project.


Land Use and Planning

Mitigation Measures Land-1




Mineral Resources

Mitigation Measures Mineral-1




Noise

Mitigation Measures Noise-1


Avoidance and Mitigation Measures – Conditions

Timing related to construction

Responsible for Mitigation Implementation

Responsible for insuring Implementation

Circumstance of Completion

Mitigation Measures Noise-1













Construction activities would generally be limited to the daylight hours, Monday - Friday. If work during weekends or holidays is required, no work would occur on those days before 7:30 am or after 8 p.m.

Concurrent

On-site Project Leader

Project Supervisor

Project work to proceed during daylight hours on weekdays and between 7:30 am and 8:00 pm during weekends and/or holidays.

Internal combustion engines used for any purpose at the job site would be equipped with a muffler of a type recommended by the manufacturer. Equipment and trucks used for construction would utilize the best available noise control techniques (e.g., engine enclosures, acoustically-attenuating shields or shrouds, intake silencers, ducts, etc.) whenever feasible and necessary

Pre-construction & Concurrent

Contractor, heavy equipment operator & on-site supervisor

Project Supervisor

Review of the equipment specifications.

Stationary noise sources and staging areas would be located as far from sensitive receptors as possible.

Pre-construction & Concurrent

On-site Project Leader

Project Supervisor

Map of pre-approved staging areas and activity locations.

Population and Housing

Mitigation Measures Pop-1




Public Services

Mitigation Measures Service-1




Recreation

Mitigation Measures Rec-1




Transportation/Traffic

Mitigation Measures Trans-1




Utilities and Service Systems

Mitigation Measures Air-1



Chapter 6

References

General

California Department of Parks and Recreation, Final Draft Ten Mile Dunes Management Plan, 2007


California Department of Parks and Recreation, Inglenook Fen – A Study and Plan, 1977
California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995

Aesthetics

California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995


California Department of Transportation, Scenic Highway Program

www.dto.ca.gov/hq/LandArch/scenic_highways/index.htm

Agricultural and Forest Resources

California Department of Conservation, Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program



www.consrv.ca.gov/dlrp/fmmp
California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995

Air Quality

California Air Resources Board, Almanac of Emissions and Air Quality – 2009 Edition



www.arb.ca.gov/aqd/almanac/almanac09/almanac09.htm
Mendocino County Air Quality Management District

www.co.mendocino.ca.us/aqmd/
Mendocino County General Plan, 2009

www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning/plans/planGeneralTOC.htm

Biological Resources - Fauna

California Department of Fish and Game, Amphibian and Reptile Species of Special Concern in California, M. Jennings and M. Hayes, 1994


California Department of Fish and Game, California Natural Diversity Data Base (CNDDB)

www.dfg.ca.gov/biogeodata/cnddb/

California Department of Fish and Game, California Wildlife Habitat Relationships



www.dfg.ca.gov/biogeodata/cwhr/
California Department of Fish and Game, Fisheries and Species Management www.dfg.ca.gov/fish/Resources/
California Department of Fish and Game, Fish Species of Special Concern in California, P. Moyle, R. Yoshiyama, J. Williams and E. Wikramanayake, 1995
California Department of Parks and Recreation, Inglenook Fen – A Study and Plan, 1977
California Department of Parks and Recreation, October 2006, Initial Study, Mitigated Negative Declaration, Big River Watershed Restoration Proposition 40 – River Parkways Grant Project
California Department of Parks and Recreation, November 2005, Initial Study, Mitigated Negative Declaration, Manchester State Park Point Arena Mountain Beaver Habitat Protection Project
California Department of Parks and Recreation, December 2003, Initial Study, Mitigated Negative Declaration, MacKerricher State Park Pudding Creek Trestle Rehabilitation Project
California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995
California Department of Transportation, November 2010, Initial Study with Mitigated Negative Declaration, Highway 1 Seaside Creek Storm Damage Repair Project
California Department of Transportation, June 2006, Initial Study with Mitigated Negative Declaration, Ten-Mile River Bridge Seismic Retrofit/Replacement
California Native Plant Society (CNPS), 2010, Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants, online 8th edition

www.cnps.org/cnps/rareplants/inventory/
Department of Commerce Federal Register, September 2, 2005, Endangered and Threatened Species; Designation of Critical Habitat for Seven Evolutionarily Significant Units of Pacific Salmon and Steelhead in California; Final Rule
Department of Commerce Federal Register, August 10, 1978, Proposed Endangered or Threatened Status and Critical Habitat for 10 Beetles, Globose Dune Beetle
National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), NOAA Fisheries Office of Protected Marine Resources website

www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/species/fish/

National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Northwest Regional Office ESA Salmon Listings



www.nwr.noaa.gov/ESA-Salmon-Listings/Salmon-Populations/
NatureServe Explorer, Online Encyclopedia of Life, 2010

www.natureserve.org/explorer/
Southern California Gas’ Surplus Property in Playa del Rey and Marina del Rey, CA, ESA Project #202639

Report on Sensitive Invertebrates, R. Arnold, PhD, June 2004


United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Arcata Office, 2011. Comments on MacKerricher State Park Haul Road Removal Project, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office
US Fish and Wildlife Service. April 12, 2011.  Listed/Proposed Threatened and Endangered Species for the Inglenook Quad (Candidates Included) Document number: 593147332-91258, Arcata US Fish and Wildlife Office Species List website,

www.fws.gov/arcata/specieslist
US Fish and Wildlife Service. Endangered Species Program website.

www.fws.gov/endangered/
US Fish and Wildlife Service. Recommended Spatial and Seasonal Buffers for Breeding Raptors for construction projects, excluding wind energy, Wyoming Ecological Services Field Office last update May 2, 2011, website www.fws.gov/wyominges/Pages/Species/Species_SpeciesConcern/Raptors.html
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2007. Recovery Plan for the Pacific Coast Population of the Western Snowy Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus nivosus). Volume 1 and 2. Sacramento, California. xiv + 751 pages.
US Fish and Wildlife Service. 2005. Recovery Plan for the Tidewater Goby, Pacific Region, Portland, Oregon. 208 pages.
USFWS Species Reports and Profiles

http://ecos.fws.gov/tess_public/pub/stateListingAndOccurrenceIndividual.jsp?state=CA
Biological Resources - Flora

Barry, James W. and Evert I. Schlinger. Inglenook Fen, A Study and Plan. 1977. California Department of Parks and Recreation. Sacramento, CA.


California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG). 2011b. California Natural Diversity Database (CNDDB) RareFind 4.
California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG). 2011c. BIOS. http://www.bios.dfg.ca.gov/
California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG). January 2011a. California Natural Diversity Database. Special Vascular Plants, Bryophytes, and Lichens List. Quarterly publication. 71 pp.
California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG). November 2009. Protocols for Surveying and Evaluating Impacts to Special Status Native Plant Populations and Natural Communities.
California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG). September 2010. List of Vegetation Alliances (Natural Communities List). Accessed on line: http://www.dfg.ca.gov/biogeodata/vegcamp/natural_comm_list.asp
California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR). 2007. Natural Resource Management Plan, Inglenook Fen - Ten Mile Dunes Natural Preserve, MacKerricher State Park. Mendocino District.
California Native Plant Society (CNPS). 2011. Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants (online edition, v8-01a). California Native Plant Society. Sacramento, CA. Accessed on March 2011.
Hickman, James C. 1993. The Jepson Manual, Higher Plants of California. University of California Press.
Kaye, Thomas N. December 2002. Experimental Reintroduction Of Pink Sand Verbena On The Oregon Coast: Transplanting And Seeding. Progress Report. Institute for Applied Ecology.
Maslach, William & Dave Imper. 2011. US Fish and Wildlife Report on Population Estimate of Howell’s Spineflower and Menzies Wallflower. California Department of Parks and Recreation. In preparation.
Maslach, William. June 1, 2002. Carex lyngbyei, Accession ID: CHSC83457. Data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria: ucjeps.berkeley.edu/consortium/, July 2011.
Pickart, Andrea J. 1997. Control of European Beachgrass (Ammophila arenaria) on the West Coast of the United States. California Exotic Pest Plant Council 1997 Symposium Proceedings
Regents of the University of California. The Jepson Online Interchange
California Floristics, University of California, Berkeley. Accessed online at http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/interchange/
Sawyer, John, Todd Keeler-Wolf, Julie Evens. A Manual of California Vegetation, 2nd ed. 2009. California Native Plant Society. Sacramento, CA.
Sholars, Teresa. March 2001, Preliminary MacKerricher State Park Checklist. College of the Redwood. Fort Bragg, CA.
US Department of Agriculture (USDA) 2010. Farm Service Agency, Aerial Photography Field Office. Accessed on line: http://atlas.ca.gov/casil/imageryBaseMapsLandCover/imagery/naip/naip_2010/usda_file_archive/39120/
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1998. Seven Coastal Plants and the Myrtle’s Silverspot Butterfly Recovery Plan. Portland, Oregon. 141 pp.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2007. Recovery Plan for the Pacific Coast Population of the Western Snowy Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus nivosus). In 2 volumes. Sacramento, California. xiv + 751 pages.
Warner, Peter. February 28, 2003. Vascular Plants of MacKerricher State Park. Compiled plant list. California State Parks, Mendocino District.
Wiedemann, Alfred M. and Andrea Pickart. 1996. The Ammophila problem on the Northwest Coast of North America. Landscape and Urban Planning 34 (1996) 287-299.

Cultural Resources

Barrett, Samuel A. 1909. The Ethno-Geography of the Pomo and Neighboring Indians. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnography (6(1):1-332. Berkeley.
Barry, W. J. 1977. Inglenook Fen: A Study and Plan. State of California – The Resource Agency. Sacramento.
California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR). 1995. MacKerricher State Park General Plan. On file at the Northern Service Center, Sacramento, CA.
California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR). n.d. MacKerricher State Park Unit History, Vol. 1. On file at the CDPR – Northern Service Center.
California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR). 1996. Historic Property Survey Report Including: Archaeological Survey Report. The Haul Road Trail; MacKerricher State Park, Mendocino County, California. On file at the Northern Service Center, Sacramento, CA.
Fredrickson, David A. 1984. The North Coast Region. In California Archaeology by Michael J. Morrato, pp. 471-527. Academic Press, Orlando.
Kroeber, Alfred L. 1976. Handbook of the Indians of California. Reprinted Dover Publications, Inc. Originally published 1925, Bulletin No. 78, Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
McLendon, Sally and Robert L. Oswalt. 1978. Pomo: Introduction. In Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 8: California, edited Robert F. Heizer, pp 274-288. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Miller, Virginia P. 1978. Yuki, Huchnon and Coast Yuki. In Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 8; California, edited by. R. F. Heizer, pp 249-255. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Thomsen, Harriette and Robert F. Heizer 1964. The Archaeological Potential of the Coast Yuki. University of California Archaeological Survey Reports, No. 63. Berkeley, California.
Schulz, Jennette K. 1985. Cultural Overview: MacKerricher State Park. California Department of Parks and Recreation. California Department of Parks and Recreation. Manuscript on file, CDPR - Northern Service Center.
Van Bueren, Thad M. 2006. Intensive Archaeological Survey for the Big River Watershed Restoration Project, Big River Unit, Mendocino Headlands State Park, Mendocino County, California. Manuscript on file at DPR – Northern Service Center, Sacramento, CA.
Van Bueren, Thad M. 2007. Archaeological Survey of the Glass Beach Headlands in Fort Bragg, California. Manuscript on file at CDPR – Northern Service Center, Sacramento, CA.
White, G. 1989. A Report of Archaeological Investigations at Eleven Native American Coastal Sites, MacKerricher State Park, Mendocino County, California. Manuscript on file at CDPR – Northern Service Center, Sacramento, CA.
Geology and Soils

Add CGS Report references
California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey

www.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/Pages/Index.aspx
California Department of Parks and Recreation, November 2005, Initial Study, Mitigated Negative Declaration, Manchester State Park Point Arena Mountain Beaver Habitat Protection Project
Geomorphological Study Of The Ten Mile Dunes In Relation To The Old logging Road, Inglenook Fen-Ten Mile Dunes Natural Preserve, California. H. Wollenberg and W. Maslach, 2004

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

AB 32. Assembly Bill No. 32 California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006.


Alternative Approaches to Analyzing Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Global Climate Change in CEQA Documents, Association of Environmental Professionals, June 2007, Principal Authors: Michael Hendrix and Cori Wilson, Michael Brandman Associates
Bay Area Air Quality Management District California Environmental Quality Act Air Quality Guidelines June 2010
CARB. Climate Change Scoping Plan - a framework for change 2008. California

Air Resource Board.


California Department of Parks and Recreation, March 2010, Initial Study, Mitigated Negative Declaration, Navarro River Redwoods State Park Navarro Inn Stabilization Project
California Department of Parks and Recreation, April 2011, Draft Environmental Impact Report, Samuel P. Taylor State Park Trail Change In Use and Improvement Project
California Department of Parks and Recreation Memorandum Vision Statement and Strategic Initiatives, February 8, 2008.
California Department of Parks and Recreation Memorandum October 19, 2007.
Mendocino County General Plan, Chapter 4 Resource Management Element, 4-5 Air Quality, 2009

www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning/plans/planGeneralTOC.htm
NOAA. National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration National Climate Data Center

– Greenhouse Gases - February 23, 2010.



http://lwf.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/gases.html
State of California, Natural Resource Agency. 2009. December 30. Revisions to CEQA

Guidelines pertaining to greenhouse gas emissions are available at



http://ceres.ca.gov/ceqa/docs/Adopted_and_Transmitted_Text_of_SB97_CEQA_Guidelines_ Amendment.pdf.
U.S. EPA 2009. Proposed Rulemaking: Light-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Standards and Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards.



http://www.epa.gov/oms/climate/regulations.htm
U.S. EPA. United States Environmental Protection Agency. Climate change –

Greenhouse Gas Emissions



http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/index.html

accessed on September 29, 2011.




Hazards and Hazardous Materials

California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey, Geologic Hazards webpage, 2011 www.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/hazards/Pages/index.aspx


California Department of Parks and Recreation, Best Management Practices Road-Stream Crossing Removal, Hazards and Hazardous Materials section, B. Merrill and E. Casaday, December 2001
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Flood Hazard Maps website, 2011

www.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fhm/index.shtm
Mendocino County General Plan, Development Element, 2009

www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning/plans/planGeneralTOC.htm


Hydrology and Water Quality

California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey  Add report references
California Department of Parks and Recreation, Best Management Practices Road-Stream Crossing Removal, Hydrology and Water Quality section, B. Merrill and E. Casaday, December 2001
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Flood Hazard Maps website, 2011

www.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fhm/index.shtm
North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board Water Quality Control Plan, 2011

www.swrcb.ca.gov/northcoast/water_issues/programs/basin_plan/

Land Use and Planning

California Department of Parks and Recreation, Department Operation Manual, Natural Resources, 2004


California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995
Mendocino County General Plan, Development Element, 2009

www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning/plans/planGeneralTOC.htm


Mineral Resources

California Department of Parks and Recreation, December 2003, Initial Study, Mitigated Negative Declaration, MacKerricher State Park Pudding Creek Trestle Rehabilitation Project


Mendocino County General Plan, Resource Element, Mineral Resources, 2009

www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning/plans/planGeneralTOC.htm

Noise

Mendocino County General Plan, Resource Element, Noise, 2009



www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning/plans/planGeneralTOC.htm

Population and Housing

California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995


Mendocino County General Plan, Development Element, 2009

www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning/plans/planGeneralTOC.htm

Public Services

California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995


Mendocino County General Plan, Development Element, 2009

www.co.mendocino.ca.us/planning/plans/planGeneralTOC.htm

Recreation

California Department of Parks and Recreation, Final Draft Ten Mile Dunes Management Plan, 2007


California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995
Historical Collections of the Ten Mile Haul Road, Appendix C, W. Maslach, 2004
MacKerricher State Park Final Traffic and Recreation Use Study, Environmental Science Associates, 2003
Strategic Plan for the California Coastal Trail in Mendocino County, September 2010, California State Coastal Conservancy, Mendocino Land Trust, T. Jones


Transportation/Traffic

California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995


Caltrans, District 1 website

www.dot.ca.gov/dist1/
Caltrans, Traffic Data Branch

http://traffic-counts.dot.ca.gov/
Fort Bragg Airport information

www.city-data.com/airports/Fort-Bragg-Airport-Fort-Bragg-California.html
Historical Collections of the Ten Mile Haul Road, Appendix C, W. Maslach, 2004
Mendocino Railway, Skunk Train information

www.skunktrain.com
Mendocino Transit Authority

www.4mta.org/

Utilities and Service Systems

California Department of Parks and Recreation, MacKerricher State Park General Plan, 1995


California Department of Parks and Recreation, December 2003, Initial Study, Mitigated Negative Declaration, MacKerricher State Park Pudding Creek Trestle Rehabilitation Project
Report Preparation
California Department of Parks and Recreation

Appendix A

Maps, Tables, and Charts

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Appendix B



Project Design Graphics

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Appendix C



Sensitive Species List

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Appendix D



Acronyms

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