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Beach replenishment and Navy Homeporting: Ecological implications of beach replenishment in California
This feature class contains known invasive plant species.Â This dataset represents the inventory mapping results of invasive plant species for the San Diego County.Â SANDAG's contractor, AECOM, completed an inventory mapping of invasive plant species.Â SANDAG will keep updating the invasive species layer when the new information is available.Â
Boundaries for the 18 cities and the unincorporated area within the San Diego region. May 2013
The SANDAG's Conserved Lands data is used to develop and maintain a comprehensive inventory of land in the region that is conserved for the purpose of protecting open space and natural habitats, including lands inside and outside of NCCP areas. Conserved lands are those lands that are legally conserved to: Protect natural habitats, species, and open space (including agricultural lands that are important components of the regional habitat preserve design); Contribute to the existing and planned regional habitat preserve system; and Managed to protect the open space or natural resources into the future.
Base map service for use in REDI application, or for general base mapping purposes. Layers include County and City boundaries, water bodies, and transportation features.