• View of the Golden Gate Bridge, taken from the Marin Headlands, looking towards San Francisco at sunrise.

    Golden Gate

    National Recreation Area California

Alcatraz Island National Historic Landmark Cultural Landscape Report

Alcatraz Island National Historic Landmark Cultural Landscape Report

Prepared by Mundus Bishop, Landscape Architecture and Planning, for the National Park Service and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy; December 2010.

 
 

Chapter 2: Site History
Chapter 2 A (PDF file, 4,300 kb)
Chapter 2 B (PDF file, 9,100 kb)
Chapter 2 C (PDF file, 6,400 kb)
Chapter 2 D (PDF file, 12,000 kb)
Chapter 2 E (PDF file, 5,700 kb)
Chapter 2 F (PDF file, 300 kb)

 

Chapter 3: Existing Conditions Assessment
Chapter 3 A (PDF file, 10,000 kb)
Chapter 3 B (PDF file, 6,700 kb)
Chapter 3 C (PDF file, 9,700 kb)
Chapter 3 D (PDF file, 7,700 kb)
Chapter 3 E (PDF file, 8,000 kb)
Chapter 3 F (PDF file, 7,600 kb)
Chapter 3 G (PDF file, 7,900 kb)
Chapter 3 H (PDF file, 8,400 kb)
Chapter 3 I (PDF file, 5,600 kb)
Chapter 3 J (PDF file, 3,500 kb)
Chapter 3 K (PDF file, 7,100 kb)
Chapter 3 L (PDF file, 7,900 kb)
Chapter 3 M (PDF file, 5,400 kb)

 

Chapter 4: Landscape Analysis
Chapter 4 A (PDF file, 7,000 kb)
Chapter 4 B (PDF file, 1,700 kb)
Chapter 4 C (PDF file, 8,800 kb)
Chapter 4 D (PDF file, 3,200 kb)
Chapter 4 E (PDF file, 3,500 kb)
Chapter 4 F (PDF file, 3,100 kb)
Chapter 4 G (PDF file, 8,500 kb)
Chapter 4 H (PDF file, 2,500 kb)
Chapter 4 I (PDF file, 3,900 kb)
Chapter 4 J (PDF file, 3,400 kb)
Chapter 4 K (PDF file, 6,800 kb)

 

Chapter 5: Management Issues (PDF file, 1,000 kb)

 

Chapter 6: Treatment Recommendations
Chapter 6 A (PDF file, 1,600 kb)
Chapter 6 B (PDF file, 18,000 kb)
Chapter 6 C (PDF file, 3,000 kb)
Chapter 6 D (PDF file, 17,500 kb)
Chapter 6 E (PDF file, 6,800 kb)
Chapter 6 F (PDF file, 8,200 kb)
Chapter 6 G (PDF file, 5,600 kb)
Chapter 6 H (PDF file, 6,800 kb)
Chapter 6 I (PDF file, 9,500 kb)
Chapter 6 J (PDF file, 17,000 kb)

 
 

Did You Know?

Photo of Western Gulls (Larus occidentalis).

Alcatraz Island is the site of a large colony of Western Gulls (Larus occidentalis), the gull species that inhabits the Oregon and California coast. Individuals mate for life and come together each year on Alcatraz to defend their historic territory and raise three chicks.