Point Reyes Fire Management will be using heavy equipment on the Inverness Ridge Trail this week.
A recreation advisory is in effect for hiking, horse riding, and biking along the Inverness Ridge Trail (aka Bayview Fire Road) during the week of September 14, 2014. Extra caution in this area is critical while work is in progress. More »
Reading Room: Other Documents of Interest: Harbor Seal Data
The data files posted here contain harbor seal data collected within Point Reyes National Seashore (PORE) and Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GOGA) from 1982 through July 2009.
Each of the databases is provided in Microsoft Access 2003 format. Two additional files representing Drakes Estero harbor seal data from 1982 through 1993 have been made available in PDF format.
In accordance with Executive Order 12906, these data files have been provided with metadata records following the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata (CSDGM). Table and data field definitions can be viewed in the metadata records (5 Entity and Attribute Information). Metadata records for each of the databases also include a data quality section (2 Data Quality Information) that describes the error-checking, quality control, and quality assurance measures taken with each data set.
The metadata files have been provided in PDF format.
Download additional unentered harbor seal datasheets collected from several sites in 1997 (9,528 KB PDF) and unentered datasheets of just lower Drakes Estero collected in 1997 (2,006 KB PDF).
Click on a link below to download the desired Zip files, which contain both the data and the metadata:
UPDATED - SFAN_PHOCA_2000_2013 (1,495 KB Zip file)
UPDATED - PORE_PHOCA_SUBSITE_2008_2013 (933 KB Zip file)
UPDATED - GOGA_PHOCA_2000_2013 (550 KB Zip file)
PORE_PHOCA_DE_SUBSITE_1997_2007 (387 KB Zip file)
PORE_PHOCA_1996_1999 (145 KB Zip file)
UPDATED - PORE_PHOCA_PRH_1997_2013 (209 KB Zip file)
PORE_PHOCA_DE_1982_1993 (17 KB Zip file)
PORE_PHOCA_DE_DISTURBANCES_1982_1983 (18 KB Zip file)
Did You Know?
Deathcap mushrooms are found throughout the Point Reyes region and are the most poisonous mushrooms in the world. But they're fairly new arrivals here. They invaded the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 1930s, likely brought over on cork trees from Europe for the wine industry. More...