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Final
East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservation Plan and Natural Community Conservation Plan (October 2007)

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  • Figure 1-1. Inventory Area (1.9 Mb)
  • Figure 1-2. Place Names in the Inventory Area (532 k)
  • Figure 2-1. Land Use Designation Types (1.6 Mb)
  • Figure 2-2. Publicly-Owned Open Space, Private Lands with Conservation Easements and Public Facilities with Undeveloped Land (1.9 Mb)
  • Figure 2-3. Initial Urban Development Area (1.9 Mb)
  • Figure 2-4. Location of Covered Rural Infrastructure Projects (2.0 Mb)
  • Figure 3-1. Topography of the Inventory Area (1.8 Mb)
  • Figure 3-2. Watersheds, Streams and Drainages in the Inventory Area (1.9 Mb)
  • Figure 3-3. Landcover in the Inventory Area (1.4 Mb)
  • Figure 4-1. Impact of Initial Urban Development Area on Modelled Habitat Distribution for San Joaquin Kit Fox (1.7 Mb)
  • Figure 4-2. Impact of Initial Urban Development Area on Modelled Habitat Distribution for Alameda Whipsnake (1.7 Mb)
  • Figure 4-3. Impact of Initial Urban Development Area on Modelled Habitat Distribution for California Red-Legged Frog (1.9 Mb)
  • Figure 4-4. Impact of Initial Urban Development Area on Modelled Habitat Distribution for Recurved Larkspur (1.8 Mb)
  • Figure 5-1. Acquisition Analysis Zones and Sub-Zones (1.7 Mb)
  • Figure 5-2. Acquisition Priorities with Initial Urban Development Area (906 k)
  • Figure 5-3. Acquisition Priorities with Maximum Urban Development Area (904 k)
  • Figure 5-4. Byron Airport Avoidance and Preservation Program Alternative (4.7 Mb)
  • Figure 5-5. Potential Primary Movement Routes for San Joaquin Kit Fox (1.4 Mb)
  • Figure 5-6. Southwestern end of Los Vaqueros Reservoir, looking southwest (149 k)
  • Figure 5-7. Briones Valley at the northwestern end looking west (149 k)
  • Figure 5-8. Deer Valley near the Roddy Ranch Golf Course looking northwest into Black Diamond Mines Regional Park (149 k)
  • Figure 5-9. Roddy Ranch Golf Course looking northwest into Deer Valley (149 k)
  • Figure 5-10. Sand Creek and the Lone Tree Valley from Black Diamond Mines Regional Park, looking east (149 k)
  • Figure 5-11. Needed Regional Connections with HCP/NCCP Preserve System under the Maximum Urban Development Area (1.6 Mb)
  • Figure 5-12. Lands Conserved During Preparation of the HCP/NCCP(1.9 Mb)
  • Figure 6-1. Process for Project Approval under HCP/NCCP (85 k)
  • Figure 7-1. Flowchart of the Adaptive Management Process (119 k)
  • Figure 7-2. Continuum of Experimental Management (86 k)
  • Figure 7-3. Timing of Monitoring Phases (49 k)
  • Figure 7-4. Adaptive Management Concept Model (79 k)
  • Figure 7-5. Example Stress Response Model 1 (101 k)
  • Figure 7-6. Example Stress Response Model 2 (64 k)
  • Figure 8-1. Organizational Structure of HCP/NCCP Implementation (91 k)
  • Figure 8-2. Potential Organizational Functions and Roles of Implementing Entity (65 k)
  • Figure 8-3. Land Acquicition Process for East Contra Costa County HCP/NCCP (49 k)
  • Figure 9-1. Development Fee Zones (1.4 Mb)

Appendix D and Appendix J Figures

Appendix D: Species Profile Text and Figures
Appendix J Figures
  • Figure 1-1. Project Location (271 k)
  • Figure 1-2. Watersheds and Streams in the Inventory Area - Draft (1.6 Mb)
  • Figure 1-3. Subbasins in the Inventory Area (304 k)
  • Figure 3-1. Regional Geology (1.3 Mb)
  • Figure 3-2. Regional Soils (1.4 Mb)
  • Figure 3-3. Regional Precipitation (220 k)
  • Figure 3-4. Regional Land Cover (2.1 Mb)
  • Figure 3-5. Geomorphic Regions (207 k)
  • Figure 5-1a. Wetland Types in Upper Mount Diablo Subbasin (132 k)
  • Figure 5-1b. Representative Photos of Upper Mount Diablo Subbasin (232 k)
  • Figure 5-2a. Wetland Types in Upper Marsh Creek Subbasin (166 k)
  • Figure 5-2b. Representative Photos of Upper Marsh Creek Subbasin (413 k)
  • Figure 5-3a. Wetland Types in Willow Creek Subbasin (122 k)
  • Figure 5-3b. Representative Photos of Willow Creek Subbasin (326 k)
  • Figure 5-4a. Wetland Types in Kirker Creek Subbasin (145 k)
  • Figure 5-4b. Representative Photos of Kirker Creek Subbasin (285 k)
  • Figure 5-5a. Wetland Types in East and West Antioch Creek Subbasins (159 k)
  • Figure 5-5b. Representative Photos of West Antioch Creek Subbasin (248 k)
  • Figure 5-6a. Wetland Types in Sand Creek Subbasin (147 k)
  • Figure 5-6b. Representative Photos of Sand Creek Subbasin (278 k)
  • Figure 5-7a. Wetland Types in Deer Creek Subbasin (135 k)
  • Figure 5-7b. Representative Photos of Deer Creek Subbasin (325 k)
  • Figure 5-8a. Wetland Types in Dry Creek Subbasin (138 k)
  • Figure 5-8b. Representative photos of Dry Creek Subbasin (150 k)
  • Figure 5-9a. Wetland Types in Briones Creek Subbasin (130 k)
  • Figure 5-9b. Representative Photos of Briones Creek Subbasin (268 k)
  • Figure 5-10a. Wetland Types in Kellogg Creek Subbasin (151 k)
  • Figure 5-10b. Representative Photos of Kellogg Creek Subbasin (709 k)
  • Figure 5-11a. Wetland Types in Brushy Creek Subbasin (144 k)
  • Figure 5-11b. Representative Photos of Brushy Creek Subbasin (300 k)
  • Figure 5-12a. Wetland Types in East and West Antioch Creek Subbasins (164 k)
  • Figure 5-12b. Representative Photos of East Antioch Creek Subbasin (242 k)
  • Figure 5-13a. Wetland Types in Oakley Subbasin (129 k)
  • Figure 5-13b. Representative Photos of Oakley Subbasin (132 k)
  • Figure 5-14a. Wetland Types in Lower Marsh Creek Subbasin (143 k)
  • Figure 5-14b. Representative Photos of Lower Marsh Creek Subbasin (353 k)
  • Figure 5-15a. Wetland Types in East Delta Drainages Subbasin (142 k)
  • Figure 5-15b. Representative Photos of East Delta Drainages Subbasin (424 k)