1. Figures
  2. Appendix D
  3. Appendix J

Appendix J Figures

  1. Figure 1-1. East Contra Costa County HCP-NCCP Inventory Area (PDF)
  2. Figure 1-2. Place Names in the Inventory Area (PDF)
  3. Figure 2-1. Land Use Designation Types (PDF)
  4. Figure 2-2. Publicly-Owned Open Space, Private Lands with Conservation easements and PUblic Facilities with Undeveloped Land (PDF)
  5. Figure 2-3. Initial Urban Development Area (PDF)
  6. Figure 2-4. Location of Covered Rural Infrastructure Projects (PDF)
  7. Figure 3-1. Topography of the Inventory Area (PDF)
  8. Figure 3-2. Watersheds, Streams and Drainages in the Inventory Area (PDF)
  9. Figure 3-3. Land Cover in the Inventory Area (PDF)
  10. Figure 4-1. Impact of Urban Covered Activities on Modeled Habitat Distribution for San Joaquin Kit Fox (PDF)
  11. Figure 4-2. Impact of Urban Covered Activities on Modeled Habitat Distribution for Alameda Whipsnake (PDF)
  12. Figure 4-3. Impact of Urban Covered Activities on Modeled Habitat for California Red-Legged Frog (PDF)
  13. Figure 4-4. Impacts of Covered Activities on Modeled Habitat for Recurved Larkspur (PDF)
  14. Figure 5-1. Acquisition Analysis Zones and Sub-Zones (PDF)
  15. Figure 5-2. Acquisition Priorities with Initial Urban Development Area (PDF)
  16. Figure 5-3. Acquisition Priorities with Maximum Urban Development Area (PDF)
  17. Figure 5-4. Byron Airport Avoidance and Preservation Program Alternative (PDF)
  18. Figure 5-5. Potential Primary Movement Routes for San Joaquin Kit Fox (PDF)
  19. Figure 5-6 to 5-10. Photos (PDF)
  20. Figure 5-11. Needed Regional Connections with HCP-NCCP Preserve System under the Maximum Urban Development area (PDF)
  21. Figure 5-12. Oak Woodland and Oak Savanna Management Decision Tree (PDF)
  22. Figure 7-1. Flowchart of the Adaptive Management Process (PDF)
  23. Figure 7-2. Continuum of Experimental Management (PDF)
  24. Figure 7-3. Timing of Monitoring Phases (PDF)
  25. Figure 7-4. Adaptive Management Concept Model (PDF)
  26. Figure 7-5. Example Stress Response Model 1 (PDF)
  27. Figure 7-6. Example Stress Response Model 2 (PDF)
  28. Figure 8-1. Organizational Structure of HCP-NCCP Implementation (PDF)
  29. Figure 8-2. Potential Organizational Functions and Roles of Implementing Entity (PDF)
  30. Figure 8-3. Process for Project Approval under HCP-NCCP (PDF)
  31. Figure 8-4. Land Acquisition Process for East Contra Costa HCP-NCCP (PDF)
  32. Figure 9-1. Development Fee Zones (PDF)