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Giacomini Wetland Restoration Project: Draft Environmental Impact Statement / Environmental Impact Report Figures

 

Figures for Environmental Impact Statement / Environmental Impact Report
Figures 8, 9, and 13 are included in the text of Chapter 2 on pages 52, 53, 60 and Figure 29 is included in the text of Chapter 3 on page 203.

Figure 1. Giacomini Wetland Restoration Project Vicinity Map (p. 3) (202 KB PDF)
Figure 2. Giacomini Wetland Restoration Project Area (p. 4) (2,264 KB PDF)
Figure 3. Existing Conditions and Facilities (p. 32) (2,694 KB PDF)
Figure 4. No Action Alternative (p. 39) (1,934 KB PDF)
Figure 5. No Action Alternative - Public Access (p. 40) (2,210 KB PDF)
Figure 6. Alternative A - Restoration and Management (p. 47) (4,536 KB PDF)
Figure 7. Alternative A - Public Access (p. 51) (1,478 KB PDF)
Figure 10. Potential Sediment Disposal Quarry Locations (p. 54) (2,007 KB PDF)
Figure 11. Alternative B - Restoration and Management (p. 57) (5,236 KB PDF)
Figure 12. Alternative B - Public Access (p. 59) (1,469 KB PDF)
Figure 14. Alternative C - Restoration and Management (p. 67) (4,526 KB PDF)
Figure 15. Alternative C - Public Access (p. 69) (1,425 KB PDF)
Figure 16. Alternative D - Restoration and Management (p. 81) (5,011 KB PDF)
Figure 17. Alternative D - Pubic Access (p. 83) (1,965 KB PDF)
Figure 18. County Land Use Designations (p. 135) (2,327 KB PDF)
Figure 19. County Zoning (p. 136) (2,402 KB PDF)
Figure 20. Local Geology (p. 144) (4,207 KB PDF)
Figure 21. Historic Map of Southern Tomales Bay (p. 147) (222 KB PDF)
Figure 22. Intertidal Elevations (p. 150) (5,145 KB PDF)
Figure 23. Earthquake Hazards (p. 153) (246 KB PDF)
Figure 24. Liquefaction Susceptibility (p. 155) (2,323 KB PDF)
Figure 25. Soil Types (p. 158) (1,481 KB PDF)
Figure 26. Farmland Soil Type (p. 161) (2,214 KB PDF)
Figure 27. Hydrologic Sources (p. 173) (2,307 KB PDF)
Figure 28. Topography and Bathymetry of Lagunitas Creek Channel Banks and Bottom (p. 178) (41 KB PDF)
Figure 30. Vegetation Communities (p. 222) (1,513 KB PDF)
Figure 31. Native and Non-Native Vegetation Communities (p. 225) (1,527 KB PDF)
Figure 32. Corps Jurisdictional Wetlands and Waters (p. 235) (1,487 KB PDF)
Figure 33. Wetlands Potentially Subject to CCC Oversight (p. 238) (2,156 KB PDF)
Figure 34. Riparian and Buffer Habitat (p. 241) (2,957 KB PDF)
Figure 35. Special Status Plant Occurrences (p. 246) (2,220 KB PDF)
Figure 36. Wildlife Habitat (p. 256) (1,783 KB PDF)
Figure 37. Locations of NMWD Wells and Pipelines (p. 302) (2,456 KB PDF)
Figure 38. Existing Conditions - Public Access (p. 320) (2,210 KB PDF)
Figure 39. Viewshed Analysis Locations (p. 323) (2,044 KB PDF)
Figure 40. Sensitive Noise Receptors and Construction Zones (p. 397) (1,861 KB PDF)
Figure 41. Flood Assessment Areas (p. 554) (1,761 KB PDF)

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